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science unit2 week3

Wire a metal strand used to connect electrical devices in a circuit
Battery a device that can produce an electric current as a result of a chemical change within it
Ampere a unit used to measure the amount of electric current
Engineering Design Process steps engineers follow when they are trying to solve problems
Schematic Diagram a plan or drawing that engineers use to show the parts of their circuit
Conductor a material that will allow an electric current to flow through it
Insulator a material that will not allow an electric current to flow through it
Technology An object or process designed to help solve a problem
Volt a unit used to measure the electric potential of a battery
Circuit a path along which electric current flows including the source of energy
Created by: nissynoodle