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This video is about the triangulo de potencias, or triangle of electric power. This triangle consists of three types of power: active, reactive, and apparent. The video explains the trigonometry behind the triangle and how to calculate the active, reactive, and apparent powers. It also explains how to measure power in kilovolts (kW) and kilowatts (kw).

**00:00:00**In this video, a guy explains the triangulo de potencias, or triangle of electric power. This triangle consists of three types of power: active, reactive, and apparent. In this particular cerveza, you can see clear differences between the two types of power. The liquid cerveza (potential energy) has to be consumed, while the foam cerveza (reactive power) simply disappears. Finally, the apparent power (measured in volts, amps, or watts) is paid for by the user, in addition to the active and reactive power the cerveza actually provides. Together, these three powers make up the electric triangle. Knowing the angles at which to shoot a cerveza is very important in understanding how electric power is distributed in an electrical installation.**00:05:00**The Greek letter "γ" (greek: gamma) is used to represent the potencies of the active, reactive and apparent powers in a triangle. Triangles are used to represent relationships between geometry units, and trigonometry is used to calculate these relationships. In this video, I will explain the trigonometry behind the triangle and show how to calculate the active, reactive and apparent powers. I will also explain how to measure power in kilovolts (kW) and kilowatts (kw). Finally, I will show you how to symbolize these concepts with the letters "p", "r" and "q".**00:10:00**The geometric relationships that were giving meaning to geometry were based on these triangulations. I'm going to do a roll.

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