A 9.0V battery supplies a 5.0mA current to a circuit for 2.0hr . How much charge has been transferred from the negative to the positive terminal? How much work has been done on the charges that passed through the battery?

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A 9.0V battery supplies a 5.0mA current to a circuit for 2.0hr . How much charge has been transferred from the negative to the positive terminal? How much work has been done on the charges that passed through the battery?

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charge is equal to the product between current and time
the requested work W is equal to the energy E lost by the battery, which is given by the subsequent product: \[W = E = VI\Delta t\]
where V is the voltage, I is the current, and \Delta t is time

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(9)(.005)(60*60*2)?
v*a*t that is

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