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.Which of the following would be a likely value for one student’s horsepower in a lab? a.0.5 HP b.2.0 HP c50.0 HP d.150 HP e.200 HP Guys i'd appreciate the help a lot. Many thanks

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1 HP is equal to 746 Watt
what do you mean by one student's horse power ?
i mean how much horse power would a student require to do a lab experiment

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well, generally speaking for lab experiment 1HP is enough or not more than 2HP because in research lab or industries 50HP and 100HP motors are used for testing
so would 0.5 be a good option
no i think you can consider 2 HP, because up to 2 HP we use it in college experiment and for school yes 0.5 HP can be enough
okay! thanks a lot!! higly appreciate it
:) YW

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