1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In converting electrical energy into light energy, a sixty-watt incandescent light bulb operates at about 2.2% efficiency. Assuming that all of the light is green light (wavelength approximately 5500 Å), determine the number of photons per second given off by the bulb and B:if you were to look directly at the bulb, the light from it would travel directly to your eye without reflecting from anything. If you stand 3.5 meters away and look at the bulb for only 0.10 seconds, how many photons will enter your eye? (assume the pupil of your eye has a diameter of 2.1 mm) 2. Relevant equations I don't really know what to use. I think E= hf 3. The attempt at a solution First I converted angstroms to wavelength then I found frequency. From frequency and planks constant I found E but then I got nothing . DOn't even know how to touch B.