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Series circuit

What is series circuit? An electric circuit with a SINGLE path
What is the function of resistance? Limit the amount of current flow
What is the function of a switch? To control the flow of current
What happen to the voltage of a battery after a long time being used? Decrease
A fuse is written with 3A on it. What does that means? The fuse will melt/break the circuit if 3A or more current is supply through it.
Three bulbs are connected in series. What will happen to the brightness of a bulb if one of the bulb is removed? Increase
Two bulb is connected in parallel. What will happen to the other bulb is one of the bulb blows out? No change/lights up
What will happen to the resistance of a circuit if the current of the circuit increase? Decrease
What will happen to the voltage across a resistor if the resistance increase? Increase
What is the function of ammeter? Measures amount of current in a circuit
How an ammeter should be connected in a circuit to measure current? In series
What is parallel circuit An electric circuit with MULTIPLE paths
How a voltmeter should be connected in a circuit to measure voltage? In parallel
Created by: Siti Fatimah
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