So this is a completely random and trivial question that was prompted by looking at my microwave oven and the back of a TV dinner and my google searching failed to produce a meaningful answer so figured I'd ask here.
On my TV dinner box it has different cook times based on Microwave Oven Wattage:
1100 Watts - Cook 2 minutes, stir and cook for another 1.5 minutes. (3.5 minutes total)
700 Watts - Cook 3 minutes, stir and cook for another 2.5 minutes. (5.5 minutes total)
My oven is 900 Watts, which is right in the middle.
Assuming those times listed on the box are the scientifically optimal cook time (which is doubtful, but just go with me), is it fair to assume I should use the linear average for 2.5 minutes, stir and cook for another 2 minutes (4.5 minutes total), or is there a different rate of growth between the 700 watt and 1100 watt ovens that would change the optimal cook time?