#### Answer

$I = (2+2t)~A$

#### Work Step by Step

$q(t) = (2t+t^2)~C$
We can find the current.
$I = \frac{dq}{dt}$
$I = (2+2t)~C/t$
$I = (2+2t)~A$

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$I = (2+2t)~A$

$q(t) = (2t+t^2)~C$
We can find the current.
$I = \frac{dq}{dt}$
$I = (2+2t)~C/t$
$I = (2+2t)~A$

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