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Electricity circuits

What is Ohm's law? Current*resistance= Voltage
What is a series circuit? A circuit that has only one way for energy to travel
What is a parallel circuit? A circuit that allows multiple ways for energy to travel
What does every circuit consist of? A power source, conductor wires, and a resistor
What is the difference of a series circuit and a parallel circuit? A parallel circuit has multiple ways of energy travel and a series circuit has one
What is a voltmeter? A devise used to measure voltage, or electrical potential energy
What is ammeter? A devise used to measure current
What is a short circuit? Short circuits is a connection that allows current to take the path of least resistance
What measures help protect people from electrical shocks and short circuits? A measure of current
What is the difference between a circuit breaker and a fuses? A circuit breaker is a reusable safety switch that breaks the circuit when there is a lot of energy a fuse melts when there is too much energy
What does grounded mean Grounded means when charges flow directly from the circuit into the earth.
Created by: j_dog on 2014-01-27



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