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I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (11, 22 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

Could you help me out?

I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

Could you help me out?

I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

Could you help me out?

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I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$$$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$$$-1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 * (-10)^{19}$$$$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

I know you guys here at physics.stackexchange.com are awesome and have high knowledge so please couldCould you help me out.

Thanks a lot.?

I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 * (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

I know you guys here at physics.stackexchange.com are awesome and have high knowledge so please could you help me out.

Thanks a lot.

I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 \cdot (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 \cdot (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

Could you help me out?

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I have a question which reads:

"A conductor has a charge of $$9.6 * (10)^{-19}$$ coulomb. The conductor will have- "

The problem I face in this question is due to not knowing the exact value of the charge of electrons. Is it $$1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$-1.6 * (-10)^{-19}$$ or $$1.6 * (-10)^{19}$$ ?

In fact, since, the $$1.6$$ remains constant, I divided $$9.6$$ by $$1.6$$ and got $$6$$. But the options ((a) 6 electron less (b) 6 electron more) are confusing.

I researched and found these things (1, 2 and rest are marked duplicate) here but did not find the value of charge in them. .

I know you guys here at physics.stackexchange.com are awesome and have high knowledge so please could you help me out.

Thanks a lot.