Q: What does p in the formula P equals I-E mean?

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P= M/No

If: E*I = P Then: I = P/E

Since there is no "equals" in the question, there cannot be a formula, only an expression.

Pressure equals force divided by area.

it means p = 23 * p = 6you divide both sides by 3 to get the p alone.

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P= M/No

So 3p = 12, ie p = 4

The formula for the perimeter of a square is P equals 4 times a. 'P' represents the perimeter, and 'a' represents a side of the square.

its a equation

P(watts) = I (current) times E (voltage) hence it is known as the pie formula P=IE

Pressure equals force over area. P=F/A.

If: E*I = P Then: I = P/E

for this we'll use the basic formula ie p = 2 (l+b) p = 2 (6+7) p = 2 (13) p = 26 where p is perimeter

Equals P is a smileyface. The equal sign is the eyes ,and the P is the mouth. The smiley face is sticking its tongue out. (=P)

Since there is no "equals" in the question, there cannot be a formula, only an expression.

This would be the standard formula for calculating momentum. P represents momentum which is calculated by mass * velocity.

You can solve for resistance using the formula ( R = \frac{V^2}{P} ), where R is the resistance, V is the voltage, and P is the power. By rearranging the formula, you can solve for resistance by dividing the square of the voltage by the power.