Question

A charge of 0.05 C moves past a given point every 0.1 s. How much is the current?

Step 1

If *Q* is the charge in coulomb (C), *t* is the time in seconds (s) and *I* is the current in amperes (A) then their relation can be expressed as

Step 2

As per the given information, the value of the charge and the time are

Step 3

So, from equation (1), the value of th...

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