Asked by Tiffany Santo on Jun 24, 2024



The unit for measuring electrical pressure (force) is _____.

A) amperes
B) ohms
C) volts
D) watts

Electrical Pressure

Another term for voltage, indicating the potential difference or force that causes current to flow in a circuit.


The unit of measurement for electric potential or electromotive force, indicative of how much force pushing electric current through a circuit.

  • Ascertain the units utilized to measure electromotive force, electrical resistance, and electrical current.
  • Understand the principles of electric current and the fundamental units used in measuring electricity.

Verified Answer

Ronald Ramsey

2 weeks ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The unit for measuring electrical pressure is volts. Amperes measure electrical current, ohms measure electrical resistance, and watts measure electrical power.