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What is the purpose of a switch in an electric current?
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The SI unit of electric current, I, is the ampere, it is a fundamental unit.  The coulomb, C, is a defined to be the amount of charge that passes a point when a current of one ampere flows for one second.  the equation for current is:

I = q/t

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Great help, Thank you.
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very usefull :)
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Please change the I from italic to normal font because it can be confused with a slash.
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Si unit for Electric Current is Ampere
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The SI unit for electric current is ampere (A) which is represented by symbol (I) in a circuit.
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