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kinjalgp

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Hi,
Sorry, but I did not get what you are trying to say.

Actually, I know a truth and that is: "No circuit has 100% effeciency." Thus "Power in is always greater than power out."
You always loose some power in the circuit in the form of heat and other things. What do you say?
 

herbymcduff

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yes it's true that at 100% efficiency, power in=power out or visa versa. But as kinjalgp said, with the heat dispersment of all the components in the circuit, power in<power out or power out>power in. Heat=power :)
 
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