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the current through a resistor is 3 mA. What charge will flow through it in 200 seconds?

if the resistor has a resistance of 2.0 kΩ what will be the power dissipated in it?

for the first one, i have no idea. i cant seem to find any formula that is relavent to this so im guess the answer is simple but im missing a vital piece of information that would link the dots.

for the second one i was thinking the power disippated in the resistor would be the same as the resistance, becuase the resistance is stopping anything above 2.0 V to enter the resistor?

any help is appriated, this is for my exam tomorrow.

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# Homework Help: Amount of charge flowing through a resistor?

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