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Whats are the standard units for luminosity?

Answer:
a)  Joules
b)  Newtons
c)  Kilograms
d)  Watts
e)  Watts per second
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Question: Whats are the standard units for luminosity?
Answer:
Joules
Newtons
Kilograms
Watts
Watts per second