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ch 35 vocab

physics 35 vocab

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circuit any complete path along which charge can flow
in series portions of an electric circuit that are connected in a row so that the current that goes through one must go through all of them
in parallel portions of an electric circuit that are connected at two points and provide alternative paths for the current between those two points
series circuit an electric circuit in which devices are arranged so that charge flows through each in turn.
parallel circuit an electric circuit in which devices are connected tot he same two points on a circuit, so that any angle device completes the circuit independently of the others
schematic diagram a diagram that describes an electric circuit, using special symbols to represent different devices in the circuit.
Created by: Wardlaw