13) A *ΔV* = 2.7 V battery loses *E* = 6 J of energy each day (*t* = 24 hrs) powering a cell phone.

**a)** Input an expression for the average current, *I*, supplied to the phone.

**b)** What is the current in Amperes?

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13) A *ΔV* = 2.7 V battery loses *E* = 6 J of energy each day (*t* = 24 hrs) powering a cell phone.

**a)** Input an expression for the average current, *I*, supplied to the phone.

**b)** What is the current in Amperes?

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(a)

The expression for charge is given by,

Step 2

The expression for the energy transferred is given by,

Step 3

Thus, the expression for average current ...

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