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Problem: The electron drift speed in a typical current-carrying wire is a. Extremely slow (roughly 10 -4 m/s b. Moderate (roughly 1 m/s). c. Very fast (larger than 104 m/s) d. Could be any of the above. Submit

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The electron drift speed in a typical current-carrying wire is 

a. Extremely slow (roughly 10 -4 m/s 

b. Moderate (roughly 1 m/s). 

c. Very fast (larger than 104 m/s) 

d. Could be any of the above. Submit

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