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Current = q / t
q = number of electrons * charge of electron = ne
n = 10^18 electrons 
e = 1.6*10^-19 coulomb
time = 12*10^-6 second 
current = 10^18 * 1.6 * 10^-19 / 12*10^-6
            = 0.133 * 10^5 ampere 
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2014-06-11T20:31:12+05:30
Current(I)=Q/t-------------where q is the amount of charge flowing through particular circuit.
                                         and t is time
=Time(given)=12milliseconds=12×10⁻⁶ seconds
=No.of electron or amount of charge(Q)(given)=10¹⁸
Therefore,Current(I)=10¹⁸/12×10⁻⁶=8.333A(Amperes)
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again our answers are different
Q is number of electrons * charge of electron
Yes :/
let see wat happens
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