Mr. Montalbano Professor: Dr. Ransom EDTS 580-30: Multimedia for Educators Spring 2009 Please click here to begin…

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Mr. Montalbano Professor: Dr. Ransom EDTS 580-30: Multimedia for Educators Spring 2009 Please click here to begin…

Welcome This quiz will allow you to determine your current understanding of vocabulary related to electricity. All of these concepts are to be related to electricity. Please take a few minutes to complete this ten-question quiz. Good Luck!! Click here to continue

A conductor is a ______. A.Measure of how much a material opposes the flow of electric current and changes electric current into heat energyMeasure of how much a material opposes the flow of electric current and changes electric current into heat energy B.material through which electric current passes easilymaterial through which electric current passes easily C.material that electric current does not pass easilymaterial that electric current does not pass easily D.person that drives a trainperson that drives a train

A resistor is a(n) ______. A.example of a generatorexample of a generator B.device which prevents protons from an atom attracting to the electrons of that same atomdevice which prevents protons from an atom attracting to the electrons of that same atom A.measure of how much a material opposes the flow of electric current and changes electric current into heat energymeasure of how much a material opposes the flow of electric current and changes electric current into heat energy D.magnet moving inside a coil of wire, making electricitymagnet moving inside a coil of wire, making electricity

The current for each appliance has its own path in a(n) ______. A.closed circuitclosed circuit B.parallel circuitparallel circuit C.series circuitseries circuit D.open circuitopen circuit

This type of material is a good conductor of electricity ______. A.coppercopper B.glassglass C.rubberrubber D.ironiron

A small magnet that can turn freely is a(n) ______. A.compasscompass B.electromagnetelectromagnet C.micromagnetmicromagnet D.dimagnetdimagnet

Magnetism is strongest at the ______. A.center of the magnetcenter of the magnet B.poles of the magnetpoles of the magnet C.space around the magnetspace around the magnet D.focal point of the magnetfocal point of the magnet

An electromagnet is a temporary magnet. A.TrueTrue B.FalseFalse

Generators have huge magnets and huge coils of wire to make electricity. A.TrueTrue B.FalseFalse

If a parallel circuit is open, both light bulbs will be lit. A.TrueTrue B.FalseFalse

It is safe to touch electricity if there is an insulator around the conductor. A.TrueTrue B.FalseFalse