WJEC P2, V, I and R Facts

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1. What is voltage?

  • A measure of electrical energy transferred per certain number of electrons
  • How difficult it is for current to flow around a circuit
  • Gamma radiation disrupting the circuit flow
  • An isotope of helium
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2. How is voltage measured?

  • A voltmeter connected anywhere on the circuit
  • An ammeter connected in either series or parallel
  • A voltmeter connected in parallel
  • A voltmeter connected in series

3. What is resistance?

  • The force of the battery
  • A measure of how difficult it is for voltage to flow
  • A measure of how difficult it is for current to flow
  • How big the wire is

4. What is current?

  • The flow of free protons around a circuit.
  • The flow of free electrons around a circuit.
  • A measure of electrical energy transferred per second.
  • Power X Resistance

5. How is current measured?

  • Voltmeter connected in series
  • Ammeter connected in series
  • Ammeter connected in parallel
  • Geiger counter connected in parallel

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