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The Factor of Power is a mathematical calculation used to determine the amount of power available in an electrical circuit. It is based on the cosine of an angle and is essential for understanding circuit analysis. The Factor of Power is used to calculate the amount of power that is available in an electrical circuit, and is also used to determine the amount of power that is being transmitted.

**00:00:00**The Factor of Power explains how to calculate the amount of power that is available in an electrical circuit, and is essential for understanding circuit analysis. The video above discusses the concept of factor of power, and its importance for electrical circuits. The factor of power can be thought of as the cosecant of the inverse of the square of the amplitude. It is used to calculate the amount of power that is available in an electrical circuit, and is also used to determine the amount of power that is being transmitted.**00:05:00**The Factor of Power calculates how much electricity a grid is using and tells distributors how much they need to buy back from customers. It is based on the cosine of an angle. If the angle is 18 degrees and the grid has a 95% factor, then the active power (voltage) will be 686/0.95*18=685.6 megawatts. The reactive power (voltage) will be 686*(1-0.95)/(1+0.95)=651.2 megawatts. This leaves 151.2 megawatts of power available for use in the grid.

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