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Make sure that you have a “hand” icon and not an “arrow” before clicking on the screen. Click on the correct vocabulary term (not the letter) that matches each phrase. Chapter 7: Vocabulary Review

1.a measure of electrical energy used by a device. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

2.relates the current, resistance and voltage difference in a circuit Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

3.produced by the flow of electrons through a material. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

4.transfer of a charge by touching or rubbing. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

5.a material that does NOT allow electrons to easily flow through it. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

6.tendency of a material to oppose the flow of electrons through it. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

7.a type of circuit that has more than one branch for current to flow. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

8.= current X voltage difference Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

9.the “push” that causes charges to move in a circuit. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

10.charges cannot be created or destroyed, only transferred. Correct! Go to the next question. a.charging by contact b.charging by induction c.circuit d.conductor e.electric current f.electrical power g.insulator h.kilowatt-hour i.law of conservation of charge j.Ohm’s law k.parallel circuit l.resistance m.series circuit n.static electricity o.voltage difference X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Chapter 7: Vocabulary Review End of Review

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