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Problem: The current I = at2 - bt + c in a section of a conductor depends on time. What quantity of charge moves across the section of the conductor from t = 0 to t = t1? 1. q = 2at12 - bt1 2. q = 2at12 - bt1 + c 3. q = 3at12 - 2bt1 + c 4. q = 2at1 - b 5. q = at13 - (b/2)t12 + ct1 6. q = (a/3)t13 - (b/2)t12 + c 7. q = (a/3)t13 - (b/2)t12 + ct1 8. q = at13 - bt2 + ct1 9. q = 3at12 - b + c 10. q = 2at13 - 3bt1 + ct1

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The current

I = at2 - bt + c

in a section of a conductor depends on time. What quantity of charge moves across the section of the conductor from t = 0 to t = t1?

1. q = 2at12 - bt1

2. q = 2at12 - bt1 + c

3. q = 3at12 - 2bt1 + c

4. q = 2at1 - b

5. q = at13 - (b/2)t12 + ct1

6. q = (a/3)t13 - (b/2)t12 + c

7. q = (a/3)t13 - (b/2)t12 + ct1

8. q = at13 - bt2 + ct1

9. q = 3at12 - b + c

10. q = 2at13 - 3bt1 + ct1

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