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-- If the 3 Amp is being drawn from a battery,

then the battery is supplying

3 x (Voltage of the battery) watts.

-- If the 3 Amp is flowing through a resistor,

then the resistor is dissipating

9 x (Resistance of the resistor) watts.

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