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

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ghazi
  • ghazi
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
so would 0.5 be a good option
ghazi
  • ghazi
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay! thanks a lot!! higly appreciate it
ghazi
  • ghazi
:) YW

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