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Electrical Circuits

TermDefinition
Ohm's Law I=V/R
Voltage a force that pushes the current through the circuit
Resistance friction that impedes the flow of current through the circuit.
Current the actual "substance" that flowing through the wires of the circuit. (electrons)
Series Circuit if one light is out, the whole circuit is broken because electricity only flows in one way.
Parallel Circuit if one light is out, the whole circuit still works because electricity flows in many directions.
Amperes (amps) electrical current in measured in Amps (A)
Voltage (volts) The "electrical push" which the cell gives to the current.
Cell device, such as a battery, that is capable of changing some form of energy, such as chemical energy or radiant energy, into electricity.
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