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What is the unit for Potential Difference? A) amps B) Volt C) Ohm D) Liter
What is the unit for Potential Difference? (answer) A) amps B) Volt C) Ohm D) Liter
What is the equation for resistance? A) Resistance= volts/amps B) Resistance= amps/volts C) Resistance= voltage/current D) Resistance= current/voltage
What is the equation for resistance?(answer) A) Resistance= volts/amps B) Resistance= amps/volts C) Resistance= voltage/current D) Resistance= current/voltage
What happens when you increase voltage? A) a greater flow of electric currents. B) a greater flow of water C) a lesser flow of electric current D) the same amount of electric current.
What happens when you increase voltage?(answer) A) a greater flow of electric currents. B) a greater flow of water C) a lesser flow of electric current D) the same amount of electric current.
What object can measure voltage? A) an ammeter B) a voltmeter C) batteries and generators D) conductors
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