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Remember – potential difference is the same as voltage. Check below the list to find the SI units for each of these quantities.

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VÂ =Â IÂ xÂ RÂ Â Â Â voltageÂ =Â currentÂ xÂ resistance

Â P = V x IÂ Â Â Â Â power = voltage x current

P = IÂ² x RÂ Â Â power = (currentÂ²) x resistance

P = W Ã· tÂ Â Â power = work done Ã·Â time

P = E Ã· tÂ Â Â Â Â power = energy transferred Ã· time

Q = I x tÂ Â Â Â charge flow = current x time

EÂ =Â VÂ xÂ IÂ xÂ tÂ Â Â Â energy transferredÂ =Â voltageÂ xÂ currentÂ xÂ time

E = P x tÂ Â Â Â energy transferred = power x time

E = V x QÂ Â Â Â Â energy transferred = charge flow x voltage

## SI Units for GCSE Electricity Equations

SI units are an international standard system of units that are used to avoid confusion and mishaps when changing between imperial and metric units. SI units are metric and should always be used when doing calculations in science.

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