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October 1, 2014

Homework Help: College Algebra

Posted by Trying to make it in life on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 6:55pm.

How to get the answer to a formula if I=2P/L relates the coefficient of self-induction, L (in henry's), the energy P stored in an electronic circuit (in joules), and the current I (in amps). Find I if P=120 and L=70.

The example I have to go by does not help with rounding to the nearest thousandth. Find I if P=90 and L=70
Formula I=2P/L
=2*(90)/70
=180/70
= 1.604 amps

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