Q. 104.6( 10 Votes )
In 10 s, a charge of 25 C leaves a battery, and 200 J of energy are delivered to an outside circuit as a result.
(a) What is the p.d. across the battery?
(b) What current flows from the battery?
(a) As we know that
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