1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data (a) Find the terminal voltage of a 12.0-V motorcycle battery having a 0.520 Ω internal resistance, if it is being charged by a current of 11.7 A. (b) What is the output voltage of the battery charger? 2. Relevant equations ΔV = ε - IR or Vterminal = ε - IR 3. The attempt at a solution ΔV = 12 - (11.7*0.52) = 5.916 = Vterminal This is incorrect. WebAssign also returned this information: "What is the sign of the current if it is flowing into the positive terminal of the battery? How is terminal voltage related to the internal resistance and battery emf?" So I made it negative and submitted the response: -5.916 Still wrong. What am I missing?