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DateAssignment Mon TuesTextbook Page 399 #1,2,4 WedCalculating currents worksheet ThursTextbook page 405# 7, page 413 # 6 FriTextbook page 430 # 1,3,4,5.

DateAssignment Mon TuesTextbook Page 399 #1,2,4 WedCalculating currents worksheet ThursTextbook page 405# 7, page 413 # 6 FriTextbook page 430 # 1,3,4,5 AIM: How is an electric charge/. Unlike charges attract each other, and like charges repel each other. The steady flow of electricity along a wire or a path called a circuit. Circuit means to “go around.” Current Electricity Types of Circuits A series circuit is a circuit that has only one path for the current. A parallel circuit has more than one path for /


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45© Boardworks Ltd 2007 Task Killer Use a model to explain the current and potential difference in a circuit. Find the rules of current and potential difference in a series and parallel circuit. Circuit Tests Follow the instructions on your worksheet Task 1: Connect an ammeter in series with a torch lamp, a switch, a variable resistor and a battery, observe how the ammeter reading changes as the lamp brightness is/


Fall 2008Physics 231Lecture 4-1 Capacitance and Dielectrics.

for A is just C In B, the caps are in series and the resultant is given by In C, the caps are in parallel and the resultant is given by Fall 2008Physics 231Lecture 4-19 A circuit consists of three unequal capacitors C 1, C 2, and C 3 which are connected to a battery of emf  The/V 1, V 2, and V 3. C eq is the equivalent capacitance of the circuit. Check all of the following that apply: a) Q 1 = Q 2 b) Q 2 = Q 3 c) V 2 = V 3 d) E = V 1 e) V 1 C 1 Example 3 A detailed worksheet is available detailing the /


Circuits Lab ENGR 1181 Lab 3. Circuits in the Real World All engineering fields employ electronic circuits – electric cars, biomedical devices, computers,

todays class, students will be able to: Recognize and assemble series and parallel circuits. Construct electric circuits using a breadboard. Demonstrate how voltage, current and resistance are measured. Identify and use Ohm’s Law, Power Law, Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law. Calculate and measure the equivalent resistance of electric circuits. Employ the proper circuit configuration for a given scenario. Circuits Lab Setup P. 4 Breadboard Layout P. 5 Task/


Resistance. Challenge Try and increase the temperature of 200 ml of tap water as much as possible in five minutes using the equipment provided.

thin wire is wrapped in coils around the ceramic support, and why the element heats the water so quickly. 2.Why do you think the jug’s body is ceramic and not metallic? Activity pHET Activity Handout http://phet.colorado.edu// resistance value Resistor Bands Worksheet Reading resistors Resistance in series In a series circuit the total resistance can be calculated by adding the resistance from each component R T = R 1 + R 2 + R 3..... Resistance in parallel In a parallel circuit the total resistance can be/


The origin, motion, and energy of electrons in circuits; The role of batteries as energy sources and resistors as energy dissipaters in circuits; Conceptual.

There are two main types of circuits: ParallelSeries and Parallel circuits are circuits with more than one pathway through which electrons can flow. Series circuits are circuits with only one pathway through which electrons can flow. What type of circuits are shown in the following examples/first 3 minutes) Current vs Voltage http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvcwCttJjtI How are resistance and current related? - Lab and worksheet An amp is one coulomb of charge per second A coulomb is the unit for charge There/


D.C. Circuits Unit 20 x. Take Note Ex 19.1 and holiday homework due Friday; performance Task due yesterday Don’t touch / dismantle / destroy / eat circuits.

Friday; performance Task due yesterday Don’t touch / dismantle / destroy / eat circuits on table yet Correction: Activity Worksheet, page 1 para 2: “140 rows of 5000 electroplaques” Outline Electric Animals Lab Kirchhoff’s Laws »Current Law »Voltage Law Series and parallel circuits, revisited Electric Animals Quick Revision Equivalent resistance of: Resistors in series? Resistors in parallel? Eel Circuit RwRw Gustav Kirchhoff German physicist 1824-1887 Two sets of “Kirchhoff/


Circuits Lab ENGR 1181 Lab 3. Circuits in the Real World All engineering fields employ electronic circuits – electric cars, biomedical devices, computers,

todays class, students will be able to: Recognize and assemble series and parallel circuits. Construct electric circuits using a breadboard. Develop techniques to measure voltage, current and resistance are measured. Apply Ohm’s Law, Power Law, Kirchhoff’s Current Law and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law. Calculate the equivalent resistance of electric circuits. Demonstrate the proper circuit configuration for a given scenario. Circuits Lab Setup P. 4 Breadboard Layout P. 5 Breadboard/


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time to explore and discuss with other students B)I want more instruction C)I want to move on to new stuff Worksheet on circuits for next week’/Series and Parallel Circuits 1.Learning Goals: Students will be able to 2.Discuss basic electricity relationships in series and parallel circuits 3.Analyze the differences between real circuits and the simulated ones 4.Build circuits from schematic drawings 5.Use a multimeter to take readings in circuits. 6.Provide reasoning to explain the measurements in circuits/


Monday, Feb. 1st 1 Bell-ringer: Get out notebooks and folders and open to your “Electrical circuits” notes. Agenda: Complete “Circuit Drawing Practice”

Circuit Drawing Practice” worksheet QUIZ TOMORROW! Finish “Magnetism and Electricity” notes Ask questions about data to determine the factors that affect the strength of electric and magnetic forces. (S.7.PS.8) Objective: Series Circuit Current has only one loop to flow through. Examples: light bulbs, holiday lights Contains two or more branches for current to flow through. Examples: homes, automobiles Parallel Circuit Complex circuit: a circuit composed of both series and parallel circuits/


Parallax BASIC Stamp® Tutorial

. This tutorial has been written for the BASIC Stamp 2 (BS2) series of controllers. Each BASIC Stamp has different features, below are the most/Stamp Parallel Communications In this example, parallel communications will be performed to send data from one BASIC Stamp to another. In this section, we will be modifying the circuit, and we /Send data PAUSE 500 GOTO Main Select COM port Settings Connect and reset the BASIC Stamp Select a Worksheet by dragging to 1st position OPTAScope ® Aside from using serial /


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Stamp. This tutorial has been written for the BASIC Stamp 2 (BS2) series of controllers.  Each BASIC Stamp has different features, below are the most/Stamp Parallel Communications  In this example, parallel communications will be performed to send data from one BASIC Stamp to another.  In this section, we will be modifying the circuit, and we /Send data PAUSE 500 GOTO Main 275 Select a Worksheet by dragging to 1 st position Select COM port Settings Connect and reset the BASIC Stamp 276 OPTAScope ®  Aside/


2/3/15 do now – on a new sheet What are the particles and their charges in an atom? Homework – castle learning Midterm Exam – part I – tomorrow – in class.

day on Monday – Worksheets (packet) 3.2.1 – 3.2.5 are due Tuesday Conductors and Insulators The behavior of/ other object during charging by friction. Triboelectric series A triboelectric series is an ordering of substances with high affinities/ ┼ ─ example As an electron moves between two charged parallel plates from point B to point A, as shown in/8 x 10-17 J Electric Potential in Circuits A battery powered electric circuit has locations of high and low potential. Within the cells of the /


The origin, motion, and energy of electrons in circuits; The role of batteries as energy sources and resistors as energy dissipaters in circuits; Conceptual.

Electrons? There are two main types of circuits: ParallelSeries and Parallel circuits are circuits with more than one pathway through which electrons can flow. Series circuits are circuits with only one pathway through which electrons can flow. What type of circuits are shown in the following examples? parallel series parallelseries parallelseries parallelseries Holiday lights Types of energy/ Opposes the rate of flow of charge Unit- Ohms (  ) How are resistance and current related? - Lab and worksheet


Overview: This unit delves into some of the underlying technologies of robotics in general, and then explores each within the context of the Lego MINDSTORMS.

. Will it or won’t it? Hands-on Circuits Lab Circuit Construction Kit, Virtual Lab This web site allows students to create virtual circuits which include a battery (power source), conducting path (wires) switches (mechanical switch) and loads (lamp bulb). They may also use resistors and meters to explore parallel and series circuits. This web site Material Type: Simulation Circuits & Computers - Review Jeopardy Worksheet Circuits & Switches Name:___________________ Period:___ Date:_____/


3/25/10. Today’s Agenda Warm-Up: Station Introduction Classwork: –Electricity and Magnetism Stations –Electro vs. Permanent Magnets Venn Diagram –Electromagnet.

/10 Today’s Agenda Warm-Up: Station Introduction Classwork: –Electricity and Magnetism Stations –Electro vs. Permanent Magnets Venn Diagram –Electromagnet Review Worksheet (Group Challenge) Homework: –Key Questions 11-15 Due Tomorrow –/ felt and see what happens. Charge the balloon and use it to cause the aluminum can to roll across the floor in static electricity races. Circuits What is required to create a simple circuit? What is the difference between series and parallel circuits? Series Circuit How does/


From yesterday… What are the 4 basic elements that a circuit includes? ▫Source, conductor, load, control Draw a simple circuit which includes 1 light bulb,

require more coulombs of charge than the razor. If I = Q/t and Q is larger than I, the current would be greater Resisting the Movement of Charge Topic 3 Pages 279- 291 Different Types of Circuits Series Circuit: ▫Only 1 current path! ▫All moving charges travel through each component in a circuit Parallel Circuit: ▫Several current paths ▫The total current is divided with charges travelling through/


What Will We Be Learning This Year? 4 th Grade Science and Social Studies.

to produce light, heat, sound, and magnetic fields. Identifying ways to use and conserve electrical energy Identifying ways to use and conserve electrical energy Identifying characteristics of parallel and series circuits Identifying characteristics of parallel and series circuits Classifying materials as conductors, nonconductors, and insulators of electricity and heat Classifying materials as conductors, nonconductors, and insulators of electricity and heat Identifying relationships among charge, current/


ICP/Physics 5/8/13 and 5/9/13 Making Circuits. Warmup Wednesday 1)What is the voltage of a circuit with a resistance of 5 ohms and a current of 6 amps?

ohms and a current of 6 amps? 2)What is the resistance of a 10 V circuit with a current of 5 A running through it? 3)How much current flows through a 24 V circuit with 4 ohms of resistance? Agenda Will these circuits work? worksheet Making Circuits Lab Circuits Notes Warmup Thursday 1)Draw a schematic of a series circuit. 2)Draw a schematic of a parallel circuit. Series CircuitParallel Circuit/


© Boardworks Ltd 2010 1 of 24 Electric Circuits. © Boardworks Ltd 2010 2 of 24 Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Flash activity (these activities.

activity (these activities are not editable)Virtual experiment Accompanying worksheet For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation © Boardworks Ltd 2010 3 of 24 What is an electric circuit? At the beginning of the lesson, your teacher had/ must be connected in parallel with a component in the circuit. The units for voltage are volts (V). © Boardworks Ltd 2010 8 of 24 Current and voltage in series circuits © Boardworks Ltd 2010 9 of 24 Case study: electricity and the heart Most of/


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battery back up. If primary power is working and the system keypad indicates battery, then the circuit breaker is probably tripped an should be addressed immediately/ first and then convert them to amps. 18 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY Here is an example of a current draw worksheet with the part number and the current/will need to be connected in parallel, to increase voltage batteries are connected in series. 21 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY Batteries connected in series and parallel, notice the outputs of each/


Electric Current and Ohms Law. Electric Current The continuous flow of electric charge –The two types of current are direct current (DC) and alternating.

includes a source of electrical energy Ohm’s Law The Voltage in a circuit equals the product of the current (I) and resistance (R) –V=I x R or I = V R I/circuit, including a source of energy and devices that are run by electrical energy. –Switches can show if the circuit is open or closed Series Circuits Charge has only one path through which it can flow If one element stops functioning in a series circuit, none of the elements can operate. Example: christmas lights Parallel Circuit An electrical circuit/


Circuits Day 2 April 21 and 22. Warm up 1.Look over the notes from before break – if you were absent, get the notes from someone. There will be a verbal.

resistance of resistors in series? How do we find the equivalent resistance of resistors in parallel? What are the three different equations for Power? Ohm’s Law Practice Complete number 18 of the Ohm’s Law worksheet from last class (hint: you don’t have to use every single battery and lightbulb each time) Four people will have to draw their circuits on the board/


Starter: Directions: Copy the questions and answer the questions. You will have to answers for each questions. Use the following terms to answer the question:

to the resistor (light). Electricity Book Circuits Directions: Using your worksheet draw a simple open circuit with 4 light bulbs, 1 battery, 3 resistors, 1 switch and wire. AND A closed circuit with 2 light bulbs, 1 battery, 2 resistors, 1 switch, and wire. Your light bulbs and resistors should NOT be together separate them. Circuits 1.Series circuit – only one path for the electricity 2. Parallel circuit – More than one path for/


Electrical Circuits are AWESOME! By: Anne Shigley Click the blue POWER button to begin. Click here for audio.

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your customer understands how much energy they can expect from their backup system and the risks of overloading it Load Analysis Load Worksheet – ‒ 2013 AEE Solar Design Guide and Catalog - page 10 For AEE Internal Use Only. Battery Bank Sizing / series PV array combiner boxes Each parallel string of modules must have circuit protection ‒ There is no current limiting electronics device between the battery and the combiner box ‒ Almost all modules now have a 15 A circuit rating The breakers in these circuits /


Physical Science Do Now 1/13/11 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

lesson/notes/worksheet EOCT Review ? EOCT Review ? Do-Now 01/03/11 HAPPY NEW!  Semester in Pictures Project (01/03 &01/04)  Finals are on Friday 01/7 and Monday 01/7  Attendance counts this week for days toward exemption. Do Now 3/8/10 1. Write down and memorize this extremely important series of numbers: “2-8-8” 2. Take the sheet “Understanding/


Copyright © 2007, Pearson Education, Inc., Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. Current Conservation of current Batteries Resistance and resistivity Simple.

is less. Slide 22-46 Copyright © 2007, Pearson Education, Inc., Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. Questions on Circuit Tutorial Worksheet 1 => on whiteboards Slide 21-16 Copyright © 2007, Pearson Education, Inc., Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley. / Addison-Wesley. Series and Parallel Slide 22-25 Series Circuit elements in a chain between 2 points Same current flows through circuit elements I 1 = I 2 Electric Potentials add => Delta V total = Delta V 1 + Delta V 2 Parallel Circuit elements on multiple/


U3e-L3 1.Why are the + and – symbols unnecessary when drawing the power source in an electric schematic? 2.A ______ circuit occurs when the positive terminal.

worksheet Problems – Joule’s Law U3e-L3 5.A Honda Insight (hybrid) has a 144 Volt battery system in its trunk. The electric motor that the batteries power can generate 20,000 Watts of power. Sketch a schematic diagram of this circuit/ 3 1.5 V U3e-L3 Electrons flow back and forth through an electric circuit. Most artifacts you plug in. Alternating Current 120V /V Resistors in series are added: U3e-L3 Resistance Calculations R1R2R3 R = R1 + R2 + R3 T Total Resistance: Resistors in parallel: add their /


Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

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Electricity & Magnetism Chapter 4. 4/21/14 Electromagnets EQ: What is the difference between a bar magnet and an electromagnet? Review outlines (Sheets.

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series of circuit breakers that automatically shut off the current in an overload situation. Most outlets supply 110 volts of power, except for certain outlets designed for major appliances, which supply 220 volts. Elements of Construction HVAC  HVAC: The heating, ventilation, and/eating area in kitchen Summary Choosing a Home  Advantages of buying  Advantages of renting  Comparison worksheet calculations  Neighborhood considerations  Evaluating the house Investing in Real Estate  A real estate agent /


January 24, 2012CS152 Spring 2012 CS 152 Computer Architecture and Engineering Lecture 2 - Simple Machine Implementations Krste Asanovic Electrical Engineering.

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1/24/2013 CS152, Spring 2013 CS 152 Computer Architecture and Engineering Lecture 2 - Simple Machine Implementations Krste Asanovic Electrical Engineering.

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Electricity and Circuits Project Physics. Engineering Process Identify the Need Research the Need Develop Possible Design Determine which Design will.

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Computer It is an electronic device which receives data, processes it and gives meaningful result. Main operations: ◦ Input ◦ Storing ◦ Processing ◦ Output.

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1. Give an example of a rapid electric discharge. 2. Describe the difference between open circuits and closed circuits. 3. Name two sources of energy.

worksheet Blocks 3 & 4 (10) Exit Ticket  What must we do to create the energy (static)?  What happens to the electrons once they are charged?  What do we make when we use the three processes that charge an object? How does the transfer of energy create electricity? 1.Series circuit- there is only one path for the electrons to take. 2.Parallel circuit/one direction → Alternating current- (AC) occurs when electrons move back and forth reversing the direction regularly. 3. Resistance → Resistance- the /


 Purpose of the study : To examine the effectiveness of individual learning vs collaborative learning in enhancing drill-and- practice skills and critical-thinking.

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