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The amount of charge passing a point in a given time interval is
Opposite charges ______
Like charges _______
The amount of potential energy stored in a battery is measured in _______
A material in which electrical charges do not move freely
The heating wire in a toaster is low/high resistance
Electrical wiring is low/high resistance
A lightbulb filament is low/high resistance
If the voltage goes up, the current (increases, decreases)
If the resistance decreases, the current (increases, decreases)
An accumulation of electrical charges on an insulator is
In order to separate positive and negative charges, ______ must be added
Conductors (will/will not) hold a static charge
Give 2 examples of an insulator
Plastic, glass, wood, rubber
The amount of energy which is changed into heat and light as an electrical current flows through the material
Electrical energy which is converted into heat, light, and sound when the electricity leaves the object
What is the formula for Ohm’s Law?
R = V/I
The small particles that make up matter
What method is involved when charges in an uncharged metal object are rearranged without direct contact with a charged object?
Method of charging in which electrons are wiped from one object to another
Material that allows charges to move freely
The force between two charged objects
The region around a charged object where a force is exerted on other objects
Expressed in Amps
What are the 3 parts in a circuit?
Voltage, resistance, current
What is the current when a 12-volt battery is connected through a resistance of 240 ohms?
What voltage produced a current of 100 amps with a resistance of 10 ohms?
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