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What is the unit for Potential Difference? A) amps B) Volt C) Ohm D) Liter
What is the unit for Potential Difference? (answer) A) amps B) Volt C) Ohm D) Liter
What is the equation for resistance? A) Resistance= volts/amps B) Resistance= amps/volts C) Resistance= voltage/current D) Resistance= current/voltage
What is the equation for resistance?(answer) A) Resistance= volts/amps B) Resistance= amps/volts C) Resistance= voltage/current D) Resistance= current/voltage
What happens when you increase voltage? A) a greater flow of electric currents. B) a greater flow of water C) a lesser flow of electric current D) the same amount of electric current.
What happens when you increase voltage?(answer) A) a greater flow of electric currents. B) a greater flow of water C) a lesser flow of electric current D) the same amount of electric current.
What object can measure voltage? A) an ammeter B) a voltmeter C) batteries and generators D) conductors
What object can measure voltage?(answer) A) an ammeter B) a voltmeter C) batteries and generators D) conductors
The potential energy per unit measure is called? A) electric field B) electric potential C)potential energy
What is Electricity? Electricity is the flow of moving electrons. When the electrons flow it is called an electrical current.
Rate (how fast) at which charges pass a given point Measured in Amperes or amps Current (I) Electrons moving in a wire make up current and provide.
Current and Resistance
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley Electricity Physics 102 Goderya Chapter(s): 22 and 23 Learning Outcomes:
ELECTRIC CURRENT Electricity, like water, can only flow if charged particles have potential.
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IMPORTANT ELECTRONIC TERMS. Voltage "V" A measure of electrical potential, it is measured in volts A measure of the pressure under which electricity flows.
The continuous flow of electrons is current. Measured in amps (A). Two types of current 1. Direct current (DC) – electrons flow in only one direction.
Bellringer A standard household outlet has a voltage of what?
Electrical circuits. Intensity (I): Number of charges that flow past a given point every second. Measured in Amperes (A). Wires that carry the electrical.
Electrical Resistance Electrical resistance is a measure of how difficult it is for electricity (electrons) to flow through a material. The units of resistance.
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