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Power

Power may refer to:

Contents

  • Science 1
    • Mathematics 1.1
    • Physics 1.2
    • Computing 1.3
    • Social sciences and politics 1.4
  • Entertainment 2
    • Film 2.1
    • Literature 2.2
    • Music 2.3
      • Albums 2.3.1
      • Songs 2.3.2
    • Sports 2.4
    • Television 2.5
  • Other 3
    • Places 3.1
  • See also 4

Science

Mathematics

Physics

  • 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, such as an RM250
  • 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

Computing

Social sciences and politics

Entertainment

Film

Literature

Music

Albums

Songs

Sports

Television

  • Power (TV series), a 2014 drama series on Starz about a New York City illegal drug network
  • "Power", an episode of season 6 of the drama series Smallville

Other

Places

See also

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