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    The picture tube in a particular television draws a current of 15A. How many electrons strike the viewing screen every second?

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    We know that total charge flowed, Q = Current * time

    and one electron has a charge of ...

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    The solution provides step-by-step calculations for finding the number of electrons that strike a viewing screen on a television

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