The SI unit for power is Watts(W). One Watt is equal to Joule per second (J/s) or kg*m^2s^-3. Power is equal to Work divided by seconds.

Young, Hugh. University Physics: With modern Physics. 12. Pearson College, 2007. Print.

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The SI unit for power is Watts(W). One Watt is equal to Joule per second (J/s) or kg*m^2s^-3. Power is equal to Work divided by seconds.

Young, Hugh. University Physics: With modern Physics. 12. Pearson College, 2007. Print.