Discussion :: Voltage and Current - General Questions (Q.No.21)
One coulomb passing a point in one second is one:
Answer: Option A
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|Sundar said: (Oct 19, 2010)|
|I = Coulomb/ Time|
|Sania said: (Nov 10, 2010)|
|becoz current=charge/time nd charge is in columbs|
|Srinevasan.M said: (Nov 20, 2010)|
|Current is defined as no of charge(electron) flow in a second .
|Anand said: (Jul 18, 2011)|
|charge(Coloumb)=Current(ampere) X Time (Second)|
|Riya said: (Dec 14, 2011)|
|Current is always inversely proportional to voltage.|
|.K.Karthipan said: (Sep 26, 2012)|
|What is meaning of coulomb ?|
|Ankit Gupta said: (Jan 14, 2013)|
|The rate of change of the charge (unit of charge in coulomb) that is called current. We know that.
Charge (Coloumb) =Current (ampere) X Time (Second).
|Sagar Pawar said: (Nov 5, 2014)|
|Current = Coloumb/time.|
|Gopal Chavhan said: (Dec 1, 2014)|
|I = Q/T and Q = IxT is best formula.|
|Nandhupriya said: (Feb 4, 2016)|
|Coulomb refers to the amount of charge stored in a conductor, the symbol of charge (q) is expressed by Coulomb.|
|Surendra said: (Dec 19, 2016)|
|Current = coulomb/time (q/t).|
|Saikiran said: (Jan 22, 2017)|
|How is ampere is right?
Actually COULOMB/SEC IS CHARGE. THEN HOW TO AMPERE IS RUGHT WAY?
If you ASK UNITS THEN AMPERE IS PERFECT BUT you ASK ONLY C/S = CHARGE.
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