Power

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Power may refer to:

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  • Power (physics), the rate at which work is performed or energy is converted
    • Electric power, the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by a circuit
    • Horsepower, a unit of measurement for a mechanical engine's power output over time, mostly used in non-metric countries such as the United States
  • In optics,
    • Magnification, the factor by which an optical system enlarges an image
    • Optical power, the degree to which a lens converges or diverges light

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