# A charge of #25 C# passes through a circuit every #4 s#. If the circuit can generate #1 W# of power, what is the circuit's resistance?

To find the resistance of the circuit, you can use the formula:

P = V * I

Where: P is the power (1 W), V is the voltage, and I is the current.

Given that the charge passing through the circuit every 4 seconds is 25 C, you can calculate the current using:

I = Q / t

Where: Q is the charge (25 C), t is the time (4 s).

Once you have the current, you can rearrange the power formula to solve for resistance:

R = V / I

Substitute the given values to find the resistance of the circuit.

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