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Problem: If an electron current is 2.8 multiply 1018 electrons/s, what is the conventional current?

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The charge on one electron is 1.602 × 10-19 C.

The number of electrons flowing per second = 2.8 × 1018 electrns/s

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If an electron current is 2.8 multiply 1018 electrons/s, what is the conventional current?

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