What kind of work does the electric current do in the section of the circuit with a voltage of 220 V, if a charge of 3 μC passes through the cross-section of the conductor?
Given: U (voltage on the taken section of the circuit) = 220 V; q (charge passed through the circuit section) = 3 μC (3 * 10-6 C).
The work done by the current on the taken section of the path is calculated by the formula: A = q * U.
Let’s calculate: A = 3 * 10-6 * 220 = 660 * 10-6 J (660 μJ).
Answer: On the taken section of the circuit, the current performed work at 660 μJ.
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