Volts X Amps = Watts.

Watts is Real Power and can do work.

Real Power is when Current and Voltage are in Phase and get to the same place at the same Time.

V.A.R is Volt Amp Reactance.

V.A.R is a Wattless Watt and can do no work.

V.A.R is when Current and Voltage are Out of Phase and get to the same place but not at the same Time.

Please Tell me if I have all of that Right?

Now I have a Formula for Apparent Power.

Apparent Power is Real Power Plus V.A.R Squared = V/A.

If V/A is V.A.R then how is this Apparent Power?

Or is Apparent Power the Measure of a Wattles Watt in a Reactive Circuit?