An electric eel delivers a current of 0.75 A to a small pencil-thin prey 15 cm long. If the eel’s “bio-battery” was charged to 500 V, and it was constant for 20 ms before dropping to zero, estimate
(a) The resistance of the fish,
(b) The energy delivered to the fish, and
(c) The average electric field (magnitude) in the fish’s flesh.