Electricity: Question Preview (ID: 3683)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled ELECTRICITY: Questions On Electricity Got 8th Grade. To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

An object becomes charged when the atoms in the object gain or lose
a) protons b) all of the above c) electrons d) neutrons
A material through which charges can move easily is called?
a) conductor b) reductor c) inductor d) insulator
The buildup of charges on an object is called?
a) an electric force b) an electric charge c) an electric field d) static electricity
A material that charges can NOT move easily through is called?
a) conductor b) reductor c) inductor d) insulator
Why does a light come on instantly when you flip on a light switch?
a) Electrons move from one end of the wire to the other at the speed of light. b) All of the above c) An electric field sets up in the wire at nearly the speed of light. d) Charges flow at the speed of light.
All circuits include...
a) an energy source, a load, and wires b) a battery, wires, and a switch c) a battery, a light bulb, and a switch d) an energy source, a resistor, and a battery
A circuit in which all parts are connected in a single loop is called a(n)
a) open circuit b) parallel circuit c) series circuit d) open load
Which of the following bulbs would burn the brightest?
a) 40 W b) 120 W c) 100 W d) 65 W
Lightening is an example of?
a) electric discharge b) electrical conduction c) eletrical induction d) electric charge
The rate at which eletrical energy is used to do work is called?
a) electric current b) static electricity c) electric power d) eletrical potential
Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 3683 in the upper right hand corner at ReviewGameZone.com or simply click on the link above this text.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS
Log In
| Sign Up / Register