# What are Watts, Ohms, Amps and Volts?

By moneymind

@moneymind (10524)

Philippines

February 18, 2007 12:50am CST

What are Watts, Ohms, Amps and Volts? Share to us here what do you know about this things.
greetings. : )

3 responses

@charlina (158)

• Philippines

18 Feb 07

they are all related to electricty...Correct me if im wrong VOLTS measure the potential energy to travel, OHMS measures the the resistance to electric flow, AMPS, it alsor measures electric flow and WATTS measures the amount of work done by a certain amount of electric current..

@justcuitz (91)

• United States

18 Feb 07

Watts is the deliver unit of power, equal to one joule ( unit of energy ) per second.
Ohms is The international system of unit of electrical impedence.
Amps is a unit of electric current, or amout of electric charge per second.
Volts is the international system of unit of electrical potencial difference.

@guesswhomsa (1171)

• India

18 Feb 07

they are all units of current
resistence-ohms
power-watts
current-amps
voltage-volts
m an electronics student hehe