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PHYSICS -- (1) How many electrons per second pass through a

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section of wire carrying a current of 0.70 A? (2) What is the current through an 8.0-W toaster when it is operating on 120 V?
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Hi there!

1) Number of electrons per second = 0.7/(1.60218 * 10^(-19)) = 4.4 x 10^18 electrons/s

2) Current = Power/Voltage = 8/120 = 0.667 Amps

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Customer reply replied 6 years ago.

you answered too quickly, man -- be professional: check your work
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