The current (measured in Amperes) in a circuit is?

a. the amount of charge (measured in Coulombs) that passes a point (in the circuit) in 1 second.

b. the amount of the total energy carried by 1 Coulomb of charge.

c. the total number of electrons in the circuit.

d. never lethal if the current is due to positive charges.

1 Answer

  • Mitch
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    The answer is "A".

    "Current is the flow of electrical charge, the amount of charge that passes a point each second. Charge is measured in Coulombs, so current (the rate of flow of charge) is measured in Coulombs/second."

    Good luck in your studies,

    ~ Mitch ~

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