2-3. About 3000mah phone batteries are common but these are different voltage hence different Watt-hour. As a crude yardstick use 2/3rds the division of mAh. E.g 10000/3000/3*2= 2.2
You have typical 3.7V inside the Powercore, it is stepped up to 5V hence the firstname.lastname@example.orgV becomes 7400@5V, then the phone steps down to 4.2V, there are losses in the steps up down and the sockets and cable usually losing 20%. So a simple division of mAh is not valid. Division of Wh is better but you struggle to know that.
I often see negative Amazon feedback due to this lack of knowledge and it's not Anker design fault but due to everyone quoting mAh when Wh should be our unit.
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