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Posted by Sandhya on Friday, March 25, 2011 at 4:06am.

A particular amplifying device supplies electrons in a manner such that the current passing out of the device is given by I(t) = (Io)e^kt, where I(0) = Io = 2A.The current measured 12 seconds later is 3.4 A.Find
(a)The charge Q that passes out of the device as a function of time..Q(t):
(b)The total number of electrons N that pass out of the device if left on for one minute

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