# Question #fb12c

Nov 10, 2016

$Q = I t$
$Q = 0 , 5 \cdot 3600 = 1800 C$

#### Explanation:

$I = \frac{Q}{t}$
$Q = I t$
$\left[Q\right] = \frac{C}{s} \cdot s = C$
$Q = 0 , 5 \cdot 3600 = 1800 C$

Dec 6, 2016

Alternate explanation.

#### Explanation:

We know that Charge $Q$ flowing through a circuit is given by
Current $I \times$ time $t$ for which the current flows.
$\implies Q = I t$
Inserting given quantities after converting these in to SI units we obtain
$Q = 0.5 \times \left(1 \times 3600\right) = 1800 C$