*electroplaques*. It is discovered that a typical eel contains $140$ rows of $5000$ electroplaques, where each electroplaque is capable of generating an EMF of $0.15$ volts. The internal resistance of an electroplaque is approximately $0.25\ \Omega$. If the water surrounding the eel has a resistance of $800\ \Omega$, how strong is the maximum current (in Amperes) produced by the electric eel in the water?

This is my favourite circuits problem from *Fundamentals of Physics* by Halliday, Resnick, Walker.

**Clarification:** There are $140$ rows with $5000$ electroplaques, and each row is connected **in parallel**.