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## Main Question or Discussion Point

what is n*v*dt*A?

v*dt is a certain distance

there is no n*v*dt electrons

the number of electrons is n

n*v*dt*A is just some volume multiplied by n

its not the amount of electrons.

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what is n*v*dt*A?

v*dt is a certain distance

there is no n*v*dt electrons

the number of electrons is n

n*v*dt*A is just some volume multiplied by n

its not the amount of electrons.

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uart

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Yes, but remember that "n" is the number of electrons per unit volume.n*v*dt*A is just some volume multiplied by n

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thanks:)

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