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Final jeopardy questionVocabularyParts/ Types of Circuits Power/ Current Calculation Past Units Electric Charges/ Units
c-1 10 Point Question The amount of electricity that moves from one part of a circuit to another
20 Point Question The amount of work done in a circuit
30 Point Question The speed of the electrons as they flow from one part of a circuit to another
40 Point Question The opposition to the flow of charge in a circuit
c-2 10 Point Question This part of the atom is responsible for the development of electrical shock
20 Point Question This is the unit when we calculate the power in a circuit
30 Point Question These are the units when we determine the resistance in a circuit
40 Point Question Electrical forces are able to cause an object to either repel or attract, this pushing or pulling on an object is known as a…
c-3 10 Point Question What type of circuit does this picture represent?
20 Point Question What does this symbol represent in a circuit?
30 Point Question What type of circuit does this picture represent?
40 Point Question What does this symbol represent in a circuit? A
c-4 10 Point Question What is the power used by a walkman with a current of.5 amps and a voltage of 5 volts?
20 Point Question What is the current flowing through a circuit with a voltage of 100 volts and a resistance of 25 ohms?
30 Point Question What is the current flowing through a circuit with a voltage of 75 volts and a resistance of 15 ohms?
40 Point Question What is the power generated by a fan that uses a current of.25 amps with a voltage of 100 volts?
c-5 10 Point Question An object that is good at transferring thermal energy is known as a…
20 Point Question What is the density of an object with a mass of 10 grams and a volume of 2 cm 3 ?
30 Point Question What is the Net Force and direction of this object?
40 Point Question Name the following simple machine…
Final jeopardy What is the current flowing through a circuit with a voltage of 45 volts and a resistance of 5 ohms? I = V R I = 45 Volts 5 ohms 5 ohms I = 9 amps
Chapter 20 Electricity. Chapter 20 *Electric charge- property that causes subatomic particles such as protons and electrons to attract or repel each other.
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Chapter 32 final exam review Charge originates from protons and electrons in atoms. Electric force—caused by interactions between charges. F = k q 1 q.
Electric Charge & Static Electricity Electricity & Magnetism Chapter 2.1 Pages
Unit 10 - Electricity. What is electricity? Electricity – form of energy caused by moving electrons.
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Calculating Resistance Understanding how and what Ohms law is?
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Chapter 13 Electricity. Charge and Force All matter is made of atoms that contain electrons, neutrons, and protons All matter is made of atoms that contain.
Electricity & Magnetism Static, Currents, Circuits Magnetic Fields & Electro Magnets Motors & Generators.
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Final exam preview A boat at anchor is rocked by waves whose crests are 3 m apart and whose speed is 5 m/s. How often do these waves reach the boat? A.
Electricity A. Electric Charge 1. Static electricity is the accumulation of excess electric charges on an object. a. More e¯ = negative charge b. More.
5: Electric Current 5.1 Electric potential difference, current and resistance.
Electric Circuits Mrs. Cockrell PAP Physics. Electric Current Flow of electrical charge Flow of electrical charge The rate at which electric charges move.
DC Circuits: Review Current: The rate of flow of electric charge past a point in a circuit –Measured in amperes (A) –1 A = 1 C/s = 6.25 electrons.
(1)A source voltage, that is, an electron pump usually a battery or power supply. [ ENERGY IN] (2) A conductor to carry electrons from and to the voltage.
SPH4UI Electric Potential Mr. Burns Electricity has Energy To separate negative and positive charges from each other, work must be done against the force.
The moving charges (the microscopic particles) from the electric supply constitute an electric current Conventionally: The direction of the electric.
2.2 Resistance G482 Electricity, Waves & Photons 2.2 Resistance G482 Electricity, Waves & Photons EMF Mr Powell 2012 Index.
E1 – Electrical Fundamentals # 1 - Atoms and Electrons, Ohms Law, and Resistance.
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Work, Power and Energy Review Each table will work as a team to earn points by answering questions. There will be 60 seconds to answer each question from.
April 26/28 Physics. Table of Contents #. Date Title-Page – Page Number 29.April 14/15 Electrostatics 30.April 18/19 Electric Field 31.April 20/21 Electrostatics.
Practice and study guide for the test. ▪ Energy transformations-types of energy ▪ Machines- not needed for this test ▪ Motion- not needed for this test.
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.
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