# What do you mean by the equation I=Q/t?

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by venkasvinabi

2016-04-03T19:18:51+05:30

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The rate of flow of charge through the area of cross section of a conductor is called current.
I =Q/T
where,Current= I
Coulomb=Q
Time = T
When one coulomb[Q] of charge flows in one second[T] across any cross section of a conductor, the current in it is one ampere[I].
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2016-04-03T22:03:33+05:30

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I stand for current
q stand for charge
t stand foe time
acc to this equation .....current is set to be possessed if charge flow for time t second