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1. Circle one of the following statements that is false for a parallel circuit.

  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.
  • The current from the source equals the sum of the currents in each branch.
  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.
  • Α complete circuit is needed for current to flow.
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2. Suggest one checks you could make to reduce the risk of receiving an electric shock from an old electrical appliance.

  • Pull the Wire apart
  • Wear Rubber Gloves
  • Hit the wire
  • Lick your fingures

3. Circle one of the following statements that is false for a series circuit.

  • The sum of the p.d.s across each component equals the total pd. across the supply.
  • The combined resistance of resistors is less than the sum of the individual resistors.
  • The current at every point is the same.
  • Α complete circuit is needed for current to flow.

4. Circle one of the following statements that is false for a parallel circuit.

  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.
  • Α complete circuit is needed for current to flow.
  • The current from the source equals the sum of the currents in each branch.
  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.

5. Circle one of the following statements that is false for a parallel circuit.

  • The current from the source equals the sum of the currents in each branch.
  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.
  • The pd. across each component is less than the total p.d. across the supply.
  • Α complete circuit is needed for current to flow.

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