Initial data: t (time of passage of the charge along the conductor) = 20 min; q (charge that has passed through the conductor during time t) = 2000 C.
SI system: t = 20 min = 20 * 60 = 1200 s.
The current in the conductor can be calculated using the formula: I = q / t.
Let’s perform the calculation: I = 2000/1200 = 1.67 A.
Answer: The current in the conductor is 1.67 A.
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