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electrical circuit 8

what makes up a circuit? a battery, switch, connecting wires and globe.
what connects the bettery to the switch? connecting wires
what different kinds of curcuits are there? a parallel and series circuit
is the switch open or closed to make the globe go out? open
what way is best to get the brightest globe? parallel
what way is best to make the globes last longer? series
what is power measured in? watts
what is resistance measured in? ohms
what is voltage measured in? volts
what are conducters? substances that conduct energy
what are insulators? substances that dont conduct energy
where does electricity originally come from? burning coal
what kind of electric shock can kill you? a 200-500 mA
what other sources can create energy? wind farm and solar panels
how difficult it is for current to pass through a circuit resistance
the flow of electrons in a circuit current
the tiny particles that flow in an electric circuit electrons
a means of controlling the operation of an electric circuit switch
a path in which electricity flows cirucit
Created by: walcou1100