Q: How many watts does a 3.5 cu ft freezer use?

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Joule is a unit of energy, watt is a unit of power. Power is energy per time unit. In a way, those are incompatible units, but if you know in what time you spend a certain amount of Joule, you can convert to Watt, and vice versa. For example, if you use 200 Joule in 2 seconds, that is 200/2 = 100 Joule/second, or 100 Watts. Or, if a light-bulb uses 35 Watts, that is 35 Joules every second, so in an hour it will use 35 x 3600 = 126000 Joules, or 126 KJ.

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There is exactly 35 days in Five (5) weeks to be sure 5x7=35 that how you know my answer is correct even use a caculator

35.

35/100.

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It uses 35 watts per hour. :)

A typical ink-jet printer such as used at home would draw around 5 watts on stand-by and 25 to 35 watts while printing. A typical laser-printer such as used in an office would draw about 35 to 50 watts on stand-by and up to about 350 to 500 watts while printing.

The Kicker Impulse 352xi amp has a maximum power output of 35 watts per channel x 2 channels at 4 ohms or 35 watts x 2 channels at 2 ohms.

Watts are a measure of power, Joules are a measure of energy. The energy is equal to the power times the time. So if you have a power of 5 watts running for 7 seconds, that is 5x7 Joules of energy, or 35 Joules. Looked at another way, power measures how fast energy is converted. So 35 Joules converted in 7 seconds would be 5 watts of power, but it would need 35 watts to convert that energy in 1 second.

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LEDs and CFLs use about a quarter of a halogen so the answer is 35-40 watts.