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10 20 30 40 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
Back to menu Electric Charge and Magnetism Review Jeopardy Review Questions.
Electricity. whether two charges attract or repel depends on whether they have the same or opposite sign unit of measurement for charge is the coulomb.
Electricity. Electrical Potential Every charged particle has the ability to do work. They can exert a push or a pull on each other or another object by.
Using a Mulitmeter A digital multimeter is a test tool used to measure two or more electrical values—principally voltage (volts), current (amps) and resistance.
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Electrical Charge We can talk positive and negative electrical charges. Can we transfer charges from one object to another? –Yes Can you think of an example?
Current and Voltage. Current Flow rate of electricity Current flows from + to – Measured in Amps – 1 Amp = 1 Coulomb per second Actually electrons flow.
Mr. Fleming. D4. Explain the relationship among voltage, current and resistance in a simple series circuit.
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Calculating Electricity Ohm’s Law and Power Equation.
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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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Electricity. The word electricity is used to describe a variety of phenomena resulting from the presence and flow of electric charge. Examples of electrical.
4.2 Potential difference ( pd ) and power Potential Difference: * is defined as the work done (or energy transfer) per unit charge V (Volt) = W (work done,
13.7 – Resistance in circuits. Electrical resistance Electrical resistance is the opposition to the movement of electrons as they flow through a circuit.
Electric Current. Electric current is the continuous flow of electric charges through a material. Needed to power any electrical device. Measured.
Unit 2 Electrical Quantities and Ohm’s Law Objectives: Define an ampere. Define a volt. Define an ohm. Define a watt.
Sources of Electricity Electronics 1 CVSD. Resistance A measure of the opposition to the flow of electrons through a material Unit of Measurement: – Ohm.
Electricity. Composition of matter Electrical Charge Current flow Voltage Source Cells & Batteries Resistance & Conductance Electric Circuits.
Electricity. Electric Charge and Force Electric Charge- electrical property of matter that creates a force between objects. Charges- 2 charges generated.
What is Electricity? Electricity is the flow of moving electrons. When the electrons flow it is called an electrical current.
Electric Current How is water like electricity?. What is current? Water tends to flow from high places to low places, due to it’s potential energy or.
Electricity and Circuit. Types of Electricity Static Electricity – no motion of free charges Current Electricity – motion of free charges – Direct Current.
Measuring current may be accomplished by using a meter called an Ammeter This meter is placed in the path of the electron flow, and reads the flow.
Voltage This is basically the force that 'pushes' electrons around a circuit...ie gives them energy. A voltmeter measures the difference in energy between.
CH 11: Electricity and Its Production 11.6 – Kirchhoff’s Laws.
Current Electricity. Current Electricty Unlike Static electricity which does not flow, Current electricity “flows” through a circuit. The electrons flow.
Static Electricity Electric Atom Electric Circuits Ohm’s Law Game Board.
The amount of charge passing a point in a given time interval is.
Lecture Ten Physics 100 Fall 2012 Series and Parallel Circuits.
Ohm’s Law Conductor A conductor is a material that current can pass through easily, like metals.
Ohm’s Law The most important fundamental law in electronics is Ohm’s law, which relates voltage, current, and resistance. Georg Simon Ohm ( ) studied.
CHAPTER 2 ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES AND OHM’S LAW. OBJECTIVE. AFTER TODAY, STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND THE ELECTRICAL VALUES OF AMPS, VOLTS, OHMS,AND WATTS.
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CHAPTER 7 ELECTRICITY AND MULTIMETERS Suraya Alias.
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Electric Fields and Potential. Electric Fields Every electric charge is surrounded by an electric field – the area around an electric charge where electric.
Amperes, Volts and Ohms. We use different units to measure different things: We use different units to measure different things: Time – minutes Time –
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Measuring Electricity. Electric Potential – the electrical energy that an electron possesses. Electric current is a measure of the rate at which the electric.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley Electricity Physics 102 Goderya Chapter(s): 22 and 23 Learning Outcomes:
Explain briefly where electricity comes from. S-66 Students will investigate the properties of electricity and magnetism?
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