The picture tube in a particular television draws a current of 15 A. How many electrons strike the viewing screen every second?
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• SpeedingUpIndex o Somethingpersomethingelse=index o something/somethingelse=speed/time=acceleration • Tofindacceleration…(twoways) 1. DataTableWay Example: t v Δt(t 2t 1) Δv(v 2v )1 a(Δv/Δt) 0s 5mph -- -- -- 2s 25mph 2 20 10 4s 45mph 2 20 10 2. AccelerationEquation:(a)=Δv/Δt (0s,5mph) (4s,45mph) a=Δv/Δt=(45mph-5mph)/(4s-0s)=40mph/4s=10mph/s v=
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