Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

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A. → Voltage

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C. → Capacitance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

B. → Current

C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

B. → Current

C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Capacitance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

B. → Charge

C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Voltage

B. → Inductance

C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

B. → Resistance

C. → Capacitance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

B. → Resistance

C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

B. → Resistance

C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

B. → Charge

C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Current

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Charge]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Resistance

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C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Capacitance

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C. → Inductance]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Capacitance

B. → Charge

C. → Power]]> 0.0000000 0 true Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C.

A. → Capacitance

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 910000 MC

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9100 MC

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91000 MC

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Units of measurement 50 kilohms (kΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 5000000 Ω

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5000 Ω

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0.05 MΩ

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Units of measurement 84 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.084 mH

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8400 nH

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0.84 mH

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Units of measurement 13 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 13000 A

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0.13 MA

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130 A

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Units of measurement 63 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.63 mV

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0.063 mV

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0.00063 mV

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Units of measurement 91 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.91 F

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0.00091 F

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91000 μF

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Units of measurement 84 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 840000 nH

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8.4 mH

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84000 nH

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Units of measurement 82 megavolts (MV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 8200000 kV

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0.082 GV

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0.0082 GV

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Units of measurement 49 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 4900000 MΩ

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49000 MΩ

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490000 MΩ

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Units of measurement 52 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.00052 μF

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5.2 μF

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0.052 μF

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Units of measurement 82 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 820000 A

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8200000 A

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0.082 MA

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Units of measurement 43 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 430 MΩ

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43000 MΩ

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4300 MΩ

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Units of measurement 87 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.00087 μW

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0.087 μW

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0.0087 μW

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Units of measurement 55 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.55 μH

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0.0055 μH

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0.055 μH

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Units of measurement 6 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.06 mH

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600000 nH

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6000 nH

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Units of measurement 48 millivolts (mV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.00048 V

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48000 μV

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0.0048 V

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Units of measurement 14 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 1.4 A

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14000 μA

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0.00014 A

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Units of measurement 11 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.011 H

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1100000 μH

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0.00011 H

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Units of measurement 26 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 2600 C

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2600000 C

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0.026 MC

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Units of measurement 67 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.067 mC

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670000 nC

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0.67 mC

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Units of measurement 44 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 4400 nC

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44000 nC

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0.0044 mC

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Units of measurement 85 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.85 MC

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850000 C

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85000 C

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Units of measurement 5 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.005 kA

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0.5 kA

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0.05 kA

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Units of measurement 25 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 2.5 MC

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25000 C

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0.0025 MC

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Units of measurement 40 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.04 MA

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0.004 MA

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4000 A

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Units of measurement 2 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.0002 mH

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0.002 mH

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0.2 mH

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Units of measurement 83 megacoulombs (MC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.083 GC

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8300000 kC

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8300 kC

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Units of measurement 86 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.86 μF

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8.6 μF

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0.086 μF

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Units of measurement 82 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 8.2 mH

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0.0082 mH

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82000 nH

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Units of measurement 49 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.0049 μF

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0.049 μF

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0.00049 μF

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Units of measurement 11 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.011 μΩ

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0.00011 μΩ

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0.0011 μΩ

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Units of measurement 12 millivolts (mV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 1.2 V

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0.012 V

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0.12 V

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Units of measurement 38 nanocoulombs (nC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.0038 μC

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3.8 μC

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0.038 μC

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Units of measurement 94 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.94 A

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94000 μA

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9400000 μA

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Units of measurement 18 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 18000 mΩ

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1800000 mΩ

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0.18 kΩ

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Units of measurement 55 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 550 μF

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5.5 F

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0.055 F

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Units of measurement 11 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.11 μH

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1.1 μH

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0.011 μH

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Units of measurement 75 coulombs (C) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 7500000 mC

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0.075 kC

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0.00075 kC

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Units of measurement 27 volts (V) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 2.7 kV

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0.00027 kV

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0.027 kV

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Units of measurement 5 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.005 μW

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0.5 μW

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0.05 μW

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Units of measurement 97 kilovolts (kV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.097 MV

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9700000 V

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0.0097 MV

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Units of measurement 85 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.085 μF

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0.85 μF

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8.5 μF

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Units of measurement 94 megawatts (MW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 9400000 kW

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0.94 GW

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0.094 GW

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Units of measurement 36 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.036 μΩ

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0.00036 μΩ

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3.6 μΩ

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Units of measurement 95 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 9500 kΩ

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950 kΩ

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0.095 GΩ

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Units of measurement 34 kilowatts (kW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.034 MW

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340000 W

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0.0034 MW

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Units of measurement 12 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.012 H

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120000 μH

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1.2 H

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Units of measurement 15 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 0.15 μΩ

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1.5 μΩ

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0.015 μΩ

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Units of measurement 97 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 970000 MΩ

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97000 MΩ

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970 MΩ

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Units of measurement 81 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 810000 mA

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810 mA

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0.081 kA

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 6 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 6 × 10 9 Ω

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6 × 10 -9 Ω

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6 × 10 -3 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 67 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 67 × 10 -3 A

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67 × 10 0 A

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67 × 10 -6 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 25 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 25 × 10 -6 C

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25 × 10 3 C

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25 × 10 6 C

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 76 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 76 × 10 3 Ω

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76 × 10 -9 Ω

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76 × 10 9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 51 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 51 × 10 6 W

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51 × 10 -9 W

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51 × 10 -6 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 98 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 98 × 10 3 Ω

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98 × 10 9 Ω

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98 × 10 0 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 98 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 98 × 10 -3 H

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98 × 10 -9 H

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98 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 16 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 16 × 10 0 A

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16 × 10 -6 A

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16 × 10 3 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 56 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 56 × 10 -3 C

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56 × 10 3 C

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56 × 10 6 C

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 66 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 66 × 10 -9 F

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66 × 10 -3 F

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66 × 10 -6 F

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 15 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 15 × 10 0 W

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15 × 10 6 W

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15 × 10 -3 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 41 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 41 × 10 -9 H

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41 × 10 -6 H

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41 × 10 -3 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 94 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 94 × 10 6 Ω

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94 × 10 0 Ω

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94 × 10 9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 68 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 68 × 10 -9 Ω

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68 × 10 6 Ω

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68 × 10 9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 60 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 60 × 10 -9 Ω

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60 × 10 9 Ω

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60 × 10 0 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 73 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 73 × 10 -3 Ω

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73 × 10 6 Ω

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73 × 10 -9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 21 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 21 × 10 -6 F

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21 × 10 -3 F

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21 × 10 -9 F

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 27 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 27 × 10 0 A

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27 × 10 -3 A

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27 × 10 -6 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 39 microhms (μΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 39 × 10 0 Ω

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39 × 10 -6 Ω

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39 × 10 -9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 16 milliohms (mΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 16 × 10 3 Ω

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16 × 10 6 Ω

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16 × 10 -3 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 77 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 77 × 10 -3 A

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77 × 10 0 A

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77 × 10 -6 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 88 gigacoulombs (GC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 88 × 10 -6 C

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88 × 10 -9 C

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88 × 10 9 C

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 24 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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24 × 10 -6 F

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 81 microwatts (μW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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81 × 10 3 W

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81 × 10 6 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 39 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:

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39 × 10 0 A

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39 × 10 3 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 7 kilohms (kΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 7 × 10 -9 Ω

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7 × 10 9 Ω

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7 × 10 3 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 51 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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51 × 10 9 V

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51 × 10 0 V

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 81 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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81 × 10 -3 H

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81 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 94 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 94 × 10 0 Ω

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94 × 10 3 Ω

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94 × 10 9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 39 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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39 × 10 -3 F

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39 × 10 -9 F

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 58 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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58 × 10 -6 A

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58 × 10 0 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 55 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 55 × 10 0 Ω

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55 × 10 -6 Ω

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55 × 10 -9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 45 millicoulombs (mC) of charge equates to which of the following options:

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45 × 10 9 C

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45 × 10 -3 C

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 55 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 55 × 10 6 W

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55 × 10 -3 W

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55 × 10 3 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 69 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 69 × 10 -3 H

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69 × 10 -9 H

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69 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 8 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 8 × 10 -6 Ω

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8 × 10 -3 Ω

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8 × 10 9 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 85 kilowatts (kW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 85 × 10 3 W

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85 × 10 6 W

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85 × 10 -9 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 63 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 63 × 10 -6 A

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63 × 10 3 A

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63 × 10 -3 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 25 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 25 × 10 -9 F

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25 × 10 -3 F

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25 × 10 -6 F

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 97 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 97 × 10 -9 H

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97 × 10 -3 H

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97 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 57 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 57 × 10 -3 A

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57 × 10 -6 A

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57 × 10 0 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 60 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 60 × 10 0 W

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60 × 10 -3 W

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60 × 10 9 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 67 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 67 × 10 0 Ω

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67 × 10 6 Ω

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67 × 10 -3 Ω

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 54 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 54 × 10 -9 H

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54 × 10 -3 H

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54 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 60 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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60 × 10 -3 H

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60 × 10 -6 H

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 58 microwatts (μW) of power equates to which of the following options:

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58 × 10 -3 W

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58 × 10 3 W

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 89 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 89 × 10 6 V

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89 × 10 -6 V

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89 × 10 3 V

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 70 nanovolts (nV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:

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70 × 10 -3 V

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70 × 10 -9 V

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 18 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 18 × 10 3 A

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18 × 10 -6 A

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Units of measurement - Engineering notation 97 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 97 × 10 -3 H

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97 × 10 -9 H

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97 × 10 -6 H

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B. → Ampere

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B. → Ampere

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B. → Ampere

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B. → Ohm

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B. → Ohm

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B. → Coulomb

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B. → Coulomb

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B. → Henry

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B. → Coulomb

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B. → Coulomb

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B. → Henry

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B. → Henry

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