# Justin

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If 2.00 X 10^20 electrons move through a pocket calculator during a full day's operation, how many coulombs of charge moved through it?

• Justin -

well, how many electrons in a coulomb?

• physics -

(2.00 X 10^20)(1.60 X 10^-19) = 32

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