Additional Physics Topic 4 - Current Electricity

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  • Created on: 30-04-15 21:50

1. What does Ohm's law state?

  • For a resistor at constant temperature, current is directly proportional to potential difference
  • For a resistor at constant temperature, current is inversely proportional to potential difference
  • For a resistor at constant temperature, there is no relationship between current and potential difference
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2. In a series circuit, the potential difference...

  • Is shared between branches
  • Is shared between components
  • Is the same everywhere

3. What is current?

  • The flow of electrical charge around a circuit
  • The work done per coulomb of charge that passes between two points in an electrical circuit
  • The opposition to the flow of electrons around a circuit

4. In a series circuit, the resistance...

  • Adds up
  • Is shared between components
  • Is the same everywhere

5. In a parallel circuit, the potential difference...

  • Is shared between components
  • Is the same across all components
  • Is shared between branches

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