The amount of electric charge that flows through the circuit is 300 C.
Current (i) drawn by a filament = 0.5 A
Time (t) = 10 minutes = 10* 60 sec = 600 seconds
To find: the amount of electric charge that flows through the circuit.
Charge is equal to the product of current and time.
i.e Q = it
here, i = 0.5 A , t = 600 sec
Substituting the values,
Q = 0.5 * 600
or, Q = 300 coulomb
Therefore, The amount of electric charge that flows through the circuit is 300 C.
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