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A complete circular path that allows electrons to flow:
a) Current b) Circuit c) Series d) Parellel
Describe how lightning if formed:
a) Discharge of electricity-Friction-Ions-Charged Particles b) Ions-Charged Particles-Friction-Water-Discharge of electricity c) Water-Friction-Charged Particles-Ions- Discharge of electricity d) Friction-Water-Ions-Charged Particles- Discharge of electricity
An Integrated circuit is made out of this type of material:
a) Insulator b) Conductor c) Semi-conductor d)
A battery is:
a) A gate that controls the flow of electricity through a circuit. b) A chemical reaction resulting in extra electrons. c) A turbine that turns a magnetic coil to generate electricity d) A way to protect the parts of an electrical circuit from a surge of current
In a lightning cloud the charged particles are:
a) Positive on top, Negative on bottom b) Positive on bottom, Negative on top c) d)
An example of an electrical insulator is:
a) Metal b) Rubber c) Silicon d)
A transistor is:
a) A gate or switch that controls the flow of electricity through a circuit. b) A chemical reaction resulting in extra electrons c) A turbine that turns a magnetic coil to generate electrcity d) A way to protect the parts of an electrical circuit from a surge of current.
Current flows from
a) positive to negative b) negative to positive c) left to right d) right to left
A circuit with multiple paths for electrons
a) Ion b) Parallel c) Serial d) Current
A circuit with only one path for electrons
a) Ion b) Serial c) Parallel d) Current
A charged particle
a) Electron b) Ion c) Protron d) Neutron
Material that allows electrons to flow freely
a) Static electrcity b) Insulator c) Conductor d) Metal and Rubber
Material that resists the flow of electrons
a) Static electrcity b) Insulator c) Conductor d) Metal and Rubber
The continuous flow of electrons
a) Static Electricity b) Serial c) Current d) Parellel
A stationary electrical charge
a) Static electrcity b) Serial c) Parallel d) Current
An example of a conductor is:
a) Metal b) Rubber c) SIlicon d)
An example of a semi-conductor is
a) Metal b) Rubber c) Silicon d)
The Law of Charges states that:
a) Like charges attract and Opposite charges repel b) Like charges repel and Opposite charges attract c) d)
Voltage is:
a) how fast the current can flow b) the amount of current that a power source can push c) d)
Power is
a) how fast the current can flow b) the amount of current that a power source can push c) d)
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