"If the electrical current voltage is 110 volts..."
Voltage and current are 2 different measurements. Current is the amount of charge that moves past a given point over an amount of time and is measured in Amperes (Coulombs per second). Voltage (a.k.a. potential difference) is the energy per unit charge (Joules per Coulomb, a.k.a. Volt).
If you correct these areas in the last paragraph it would be more clear. Also, don't be afraid to show the math behind this. This is simple algebra that most would be able to comprehend and would find enlightening and useful, both in understanding the paragraph and in uses around the house.