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CHAPTER 7 ELECTRICITY BINGO
A circuit in which current has more than one path is called a _________________ circuit.
A circuit in which current has only one path is called a _________________ circuit.
Materials through which charge flows easily are called ____________________.
Materials through which charge does not flow easily are called ____________________.
An atomic particle that carries a positive charge.
An atomic particle that carries a negative charge.
An atomic particle that is neutral.
The flow of electric charges in a circuit
The tendency for a material to oppose the flow of electrons
A path through which electric charges may travel
A shorthand method to represent the arrangement of the parts in a circuit
A device that may be used to stop and start the flow of electricity in a circuit
What is the arrow pointing to?
What is the arrow pointing to?
A device that protects circuits from high current is a circuit ____________________.
A battery uses ______________ energy to move charges.
A metric unit used to measure current
A metric unit used to measure resistance
A metric unit used to measure voltage
The mathematical relationship between current, voltage, and resistance is known as:
Calculate the total resistance:
Positive electric charges ATTRACT _____________ electric charges
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