Q: Convert newtons to watts

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The conversion factor is 100,000 (rounded). So newtons x 10,000 = dynes.

Convert that to kilograms. Then multiply by 9.8 to convert to newtons. This assumes standard Earth gravity.

That depends what you want to convert it to. Watt is a unit of power. 100 watts is equal to:0.1 kilowatts100 joules/second

Divide the Newtons by 9.8 (or by 10 for a quick mental estimate). Important: You can't universally convert between kg. and Newtons; mass and force are very different concepts. We can only do this calculation if we assume a certain value for gravity.

The ohm is the measure of resistance. Asking how to convert Watts to Ohms is like asking how to convert degrees celsius to meters

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The answer is newtons

100 newtons = 10.2 kilograms

It the unit is watts, megawatts is millions of watts, so to convert watts to megawatts, multiply the number of watts be 1,000,000.

No. Power is measured in Watts also known as joules per second. Newtons is a measure of force.

kW x 1,000 = watts

Watts x 0.001341 = hp

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Watts are the product of amps x volts.

1 hp = 745.699872 watts

No. Watts = Volts x Amps Watts does not directly convert to volts.

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