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What is electricity?
Electricity is a type of energy that can be built up in one place and flow from one to another!
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how does static electricity work
static electricity is when one force is rubbed on to another and creates friction and a oppersite charge so the ballon is a negitive charge and jumper positive ( which attract)
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current
current is when electrons move and carry a electrical energy from one place to another
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ohms law
ohms law = resistance = voltage/current
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voltage
measures the power and energy that the cell supplies
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ammeter
amount of current passing through circuit
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how does static electricity work

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static electricity is when one force is rubbed on to another and creates friction and a oppersite charge so the ballon is a negitive charge and jumper positive ( which attract)

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current

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ohms law

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voltage

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