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1. The net negative charge flowing through a device varies as q (t) = 2:2 t^{2}C. Find the current through the device at t = 0, 0:5, and 1 s.
2. A cell phone charger outputs 9:6 V and is protected by a 50-mA fuse. A 2-W cell phone is connected to it to be charged. Will the fuse blow?
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