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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.
Coloumb (C) Unit for charge (Q)
Amperes (Amps) Unit for current (I)
Volts (V) Unit for Voltage (V)
Joules (J) Unit for eneryy (E)
Ohm's (Ω) Unit for resistance (R)
Q Charge
I Current
t time
R resistance
V Voltage
E energy
Created by: j_dog
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