# A charge of #24 C# passes through a circuit every #9 s#. If the circuit can generate #16 W# of power, what is the circuit's resistance?

To find the circuit's resistance, we can use the formula for power in an electrical circuit:

Power (P) = (Voltage)^2 / Resistance

Given that the circuit generates 16 W of power and knowing the charge passing through the circuit every 9 s, we can calculate the voltage using the formula:

Voltage (V) = Charge / Time

Then, rearranging the power formula to solve for resistance:

Resistance (R) = Voltage^2 / Power

Substitute the values into the equation and solve for resistance:

Resistance (R) = (Voltage)^2 / Power

Resistance (R) = (Voltage)^2 / Power

Resistance (R) = ( (Charge / Time) )^2 / Power

Resistance (R) = ( (24 C / 9 s) )^2 / 16 W

Resistance (R) = (2.67 V)^2 / 16 W

Resistance (R) ≈ 0.445 ohms

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