## College Physics (4th Edition)

$A^2 \times \Omega = W$
We can verify the units of $A^2 \times \Omega$: $A^2 \times \Omega = A^2 \times (kg~m^2~s^{-3}~A^{-2})$ $A^2 \times \Omega = kg~m^2~s^{-3}$ $A^2 \times \Omega = (kg~m^2~s~^{-2})~s^{-1}$ $A^2 \times \Omega = J~s^{-1}$ $A^2 \times \Omega = W$