When 40 C of electricity passed through a conductor, a current of 200 J was performed. What voltage was applied to this conductor?
The work of an electric current when moving an electric charge can be calculated by the formula:
A = U * q, where A is the work of the electric current (A = 200 J), U is the voltage applied to the conductor (B), q is the electric charge passed through the conductor (q = 40 C).
Let’s calculate the voltage applied to the conductor:
U = A / q = 200/40 = 5 V.
Answer: The voltage applied to the conductor is 5 V.
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