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A flashlight battery has a lifetime of 5 hours and it is rated for 0.6 ampere-hours. (a) What is the current that can be delivered by the battery? (b) How much power can be delivered if the terminal voltage is 8 V? (c) How much energy is stored in the battery?

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help please
No idea about these, I guess if it's able to 0.6 amps in an hour and it can go for 5 hours, then u have 5*0.6 = 3 Amps.
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Current delivered = 0.12 Am Power at Voltage 8V = 0.96Watt Energy = 0.192J
Heh, wrong way around...:-) (Me).
rizaldo cuz how did you do it can you give me some intuition please
energy here is 0.0013joules
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never mind, I might hav made mistakes in calculations, thou they don't seem complex. Best of luck!

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