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QUESTION: What is the electrical Circuit?
ANSWER :An connected path along which electricity flows.A-100
QUESTION: What is the electric current?
ANSWER :Any movement of electric charge carriers, such as (e.g., electrons, and protons),A-200
QUESTION: What is an ammeter?
ANSWER :An instrument that measures direct electric currentA-300
QUESTION: What are parallel circuits?
ANSWER :Circuits that have more than one electrical pathA-400
ANSWER : Circuits that have only one electrical path.A-500
QUESTION: Electrons need ………….. so they can push their way through light bulbs, motors, and other resistors.
QUESTION: ………………….must give energy to the charged particles so that they can pass through the resistance and reach the other end of the circuit.
ANSWER :Power sourceB-200
QUESTION: a 15 V battery gives ………… of energy to each coulomb of the electrical charges.
ANSWER :15 JouleB-300
QUESTION: The more …………. the cell gives each charge, the more …………. that charge will do as it goes through the components in the circuit.
ANSWER :Energy – WorkB-400
QUESTION: You can measure the electric potential difference in a cell by using………………and it is measured in …………..
ANSWER :Voltmeter – VoltsB-500