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Electric Circuits!

Science electricity

what has its own path for each globe? A Parallel circuit
what shares the same path with each globe? A Series Circuit
What a Current? The flow of electricity going through an applyance
What another word for an applyance? Load(s)
Does the switch need to be open or closed for the current to flow all the way through? Closed
What could faulty applyance/wires cause? Fires and/or Electric shocks
What is one material electricity can not travel through? Rubber
What kind of electrcity does a toaster produce? Heat and Light
What does a Circuit consist on having? load(s), switch and battery
Why would a pace maker need a Battery to function
What happens to the resistent when the flow goes down it slows down
What happens to the resistent when the flow goes up it speeds up
if you have a 3 globes parallel on one circuit and 3 on a series circuit, which would glow brighter? Parallel circuit
What instruments are used to measure voltage? ammeter
Whats the advantage of connecting components in series? it would last longer
What measures the currnent going through the circuit? Ammeter
What meatures volts and can test if a battery is flat/going flat Voltmeter
Whats one source used to produce electricity Wind
What the name of subtances that allow the flow of electricity? Conductors
What is a closed path that contains a source of eletrical energy connected to one or more load? An electric Circuit
Volts are measured using what ? voltmetre
what can a current be measured by? ampher.
Created by: mcebri11