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the current in a 5-watt bulb connectto a 10-v source is what amperes
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Weegy: One ampere is defined to be the constant current which will produce an attractive force of 2×10–7 newton per metre of length between two straight, [ parallel conductors of infinite length and negligible circular cross section placed one metre apart in free space.[2][3] The definition is based on Ampère's force law.[4] The ampere is a base unit, along with the metre, kelvin, second, mole, candela and the kilogram: it is defined without reference to the quantity of electric charge. ]
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The current in a 5-watt bulb connected to a 10-V source is 0.5 ampere.
Use the equation P=VI
5W=10V(I)
0.5A=I
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