Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple?

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In summary, the conversation discusses the relationship between current, charge, and time. The current is defined as the rate at which charge passes, and it can be calculated using the equation I = dQ/dt. To calculate the charge entering an element from t=0 to t=2 seconds, one can integrate both sides of the equation.
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This is bugging me for some reason .. can anyone help me with this ?


the current flowing through an element is
i= {2A, 0<t<1
2t^2, t>1}
calculate the charge entering the element from t=0 to t=2 second
 
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What is the relation between charge, current and time?
 
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I have no other data regarding the question :/ can you help me ?
 
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Well, current is simply a moving charge. In fact it is defined as the rate at which charge passes:
[tex]I = \frac{\Delta Q}{\Delta t}[/tex]
or, in the limit of vanishing [itex]\Delta t[/itex],
I(t) = dQ/dt (the derivative).

Try integrating both sides of that equation.
 

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What is "Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple?"

"Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple" is a scientific method used to calculate the amount of charge that enters an element within a specific time frame of 0-2 seconds. It is commonly used in the study of electricity and electromagnetism.

How is "Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple" different from other methods of calculating charge?

This method specifically focuses on the amount of charge that enters an element within a limited time frame of 0-2 seconds. Other methods may calculate the overall charge of an element over a longer period of time or in a different way.

What is the formula for "Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple"?

The formula for this method is Q = I × t, where Q is the charge, I is the current, and t is the time interval (0-2 seconds).

What units are used in "Calculate Charge Entering Element 0-2 Sec: Simple"?

The units used in this method depend on the units used for current and time. For example, if the current is measured in amperes (A) and the time is measured in seconds (s), then the charge will be measured in coulombs (C).

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This method is commonly used in industries and laboratories to measure the flow of electricity through various elements and circuits. It can also be used to troubleshoot and analyze electrical systems, as well as in the creation and testing of electrical devices.

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