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# If the amount of electric charge passing through a conductor in 10 minutes is 300C, the current flowing is:

a) 30A b) 0.3A c) 0.5A d) 5A

** Given:** The amount of electric charge flowing through the conductor = 300C

The time through which the charge flowed = 10min = 600seconds.

** To find:** We have to find the current passing through the conductor.

** Solution: **We know that,

Q = I x t

=> $I\ =\frac{Q}{t} \ $

=> $I\ =\frac{300}{600} \ =\ 0.5A$

Therefore, the amount of current flowing is 0.5A.

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