Derivation of I=nAve

Derivation of I=nAve

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Title slide plus three slides.
Derivation presented in a form suitable for student notes.
10 marking points indicated.
Students to reproduce their version in a future lesson under test conditions and peer-marked.

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R S
Teacher (retired)
I taught physics and electronics for over 30 years, mainly at A level in sixth form colleges. Quite a few years ago I wrote several physics books and contributed to others, it was so long ago I am sure they must all be out of print. In addition I have worked for the OU in the past and still do some examining work.

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