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The path an electric current follows is called an _______.
a) electric circuit b) electric circle c) current line d) electric line
Which of the following is not one of the basic three parts in an electric circuit?
a) capacitor b) source c) conductor d) load
If there is a gap in the circuit, this would be called a(n) ______.
a) open circuit b) closed circuit c) short circuit d) parallel circuit
If circuit is complete with no gap, this would be called a(n) ______.
a) closed circuit b) open circuit c) short circuit d) parallel circuit
These devices are found in homes with switches to prevent overload of electrical current.
a) circuit breaker b) fuses c) forks d) current line
These are burnt up if overloaded in current to prevent damage to other parts.
a) fuses b) circuit breaker c) forks d) current line
These have loads arranged so that electric current flows from one load to the next.
a) series circuit b) parallel circuit c) open circuit d) short circuit
These have loads arranged in separate branches in the circuit
a) parallel circuit b) series circuit c) open circuit d) short circuit
If electricity takes a shortcut through a circuit, this would result in a ______.
a) short circuit b) closed circuit c) parallel circuit d) series circuit
If a bulb is added to a parallel circuit, what will happen to the other bulbs?
a) stay same brightness b) get dimmer c) get brighter d) turn off
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