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Answer on Electromagnetism Question for Nick

Question #1484
On July 16, 2186, a total solar eclipse lasting 7 min, 29 sec, will be observed over the mid- Atlantic Ocean. During the eclipse, an observer may need a flashlight to see. if the flashlight draws a current of 0.22 A, how much charge will pass through the light bulb during the eclipse?
Expert's answer
7 min 29 sec =& 449 sec.
Q = It = 0.22 [A] *449 [sec] = 98.78 C.

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