Physics
Grade-9
Easy

Question

Identify the potential difference across this home appliance.

  1. 230 – 240 V
  2. 50 Hz
  3. 1850 – 2000 W
  4. SG620

hintHint:

230-240V

The correct answer is: 230 – 240 V


    • The potential difference across this appliance is mentioned to be 230-240V.
    • So, the correct option is a.

    The unit of voltage is Volt.

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