# Study sets matching "electric circuits power safety"

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When more branches are added to a PARAL…

The path of current in a circuit is com…

Batteries and power plants are examples…

Resistance in a circuit is equal to vol…

Resistance DECREASES

Conducting wires.

Energy SOURCES

Current

When more branches are added to a PARAL…

Resistance DECREASES

The path of current in a circuit is com…

Conducting wires.

Ohm found that current, voltage and res…

current x resistance

All electric circuits have devices that…

conserved

What is Ohm's law?

What is the formula to find voltage?

What are the 3 parts of all electrical circuits?

Energy is always _____________ in a circuit. It does not get u…

Ohm found that current, voltage and res…

What is Ohm's law?

current x resistance

What is the formula to find voltage?

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

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Ohm found that current, voltage and res…

current x resistance

All electric circuits have devices that…

conserved

What is Ohm's law?

What is the formula to find voltage?

What are the 3 parts of all electrical circuits?

Energy is always _____________ in a circuit. It does not get u…

Ohm found that current, voltage and res…

What is Ohm's law?

current x resistance

What is the formula to find voltage?

in series

configuration

in parallel

kinetic

the way of connecting components "end to end", so that the cur…

arrangement of the part

components connected so that each receives the full voltage at…

moving

in series

the way of connecting components "end to end", so that the cur…

configuration

arrangement of the part

Electric force

Electric field

Static electricity

Conservation of charge

The attraction or repulsion between electric charges.

Extends around a charged object.

The buildup of charges on an object.

Charges are neither created nor destroyed.

Electric force

The attraction or repulsion between electric charges.

Electric field

Extends around a charged object.

voltage

resistance x current

voltage/current

voltage/resistance

(v) the different between electrical potential energy between…

voltage formula

resistance formula

current formula

voltage

(v) the different between electrical potential energy between…

resistance x current

voltage formula

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

F

Serie and parallel circuits

across the resistor

placed where the charges go through the…

T or F: the voltmeter and ammeter can be places anywhere in th…

basic ways to wire a circuit

to measure with voltmeter

to measure with ammeter

F

T or F: the voltmeter and ammeter can be places anywhere in th…

Serie and parallel circuits

basic ways to wire a circuit

Power

Short circuit

Third prong

Grounded

The rate at which energy is transformed from one form to anoth…

A connection that allows current to take the path of least res…

The round prong of a plug that connects any metal pieces in an…

Allowing charges to flow directly from the circuit into the bu…

Power

The rate at which energy is transformed from one form to anoth…

Short circuit

A connection that allows current to take the path of least res…

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

Ohm's law

Series Circuit

Ammeter

Parallel Circuit

The law that states that resistance is equal to voltage divide…

An electric circuit with a single path.

A device used to measure current in a circuit.

An electric circuit with multiple paths.

Ohm's law

The law that states that resistance is equal to voltage divide…

Series Circuit

An electric circuit with a single path.

Voltage source

Voltage

insulator

charges that flow continuously from one…

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

a material through which charges cannot flow easily (rubber, p…

what you need to produce an electric current

Voltage source

a device that creates voltage in an electric circuit (batterie…

Voltage

the difference in electrical potential energy between two plac…

What are the three expressions for elec…

1 kw x h is how many joules?

What is the connection between power, e…

What is the definition of the total res…

1. Power = IV... 2. P = V^2 / R... 3. P = I^2 R

3.6x 10^6 Joules

Power is the energy for a certain amount of time (J/s)

The resistors are in a series, therefore the resistors all add…

What are the three expressions for elec…

1. Power = IV... 2. P = V^2 / R... 3. P = I^2 R

1 kw x h is how many joules?

3.6x 10^6 Joules

Ohm's Law

Circuit

Energy Source

Load

The resistance is equal to the voltage divided by the current:…

a path through which electricity can flow

pushes the charge through the circuit; EX: battery

a device in a circuit that operates using electrical energy

Ohm's Law

The resistance is equal to the voltage divided by the current:…

Circuit

a path through which electricity can flow

Chemical energy

Electromagnetic cell

Electrodes

Electrolyte

Energy stored in chemical compounds.

A device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy.…

A metal that is immersed in a substance called electrolyte.

A substance that conducts electric current.

Chemical energy

Energy stored in chemical compounds.

Electromagnetic cell

A device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy.…

118. Circuit

119. Open Circuit

120. Closed Circuit

121. Load

a path that transmits an electrical current; includes a power…

is a circuit that has a break in the flow of electricity, caus…

is a circuit where the electrons can continually flow without…

the device that is using the electricity, and transforms the e…

118. Circuit

a path that transmits an electrical current; includes a power…

119. Open Circuit

is a circuit that has a break in the flow of electricity, caus…

Series circuit

Parallel circuit

Short circuit

Circuit Breakers

An electrical circuit or portion of a circuit with a single cu…

An electrical circuit or portion of a circuit with multiple cu…

A location in a electrical circuit where the majority of the c…

An overcurrent protectice device that opens a switch when circ…

Series circuit

An electrical circuit or portion of a circuit with a single cu…

Parallel circuit

An electrical circuit or portion of a circuit with multiple cu…

What is the equation for work done?

What is power?

What is the equation for power?

When you combine the equation for work…

voltage x current x time

rate of energy transfer or rate of doing work

Work done over time

P=IV

What is the equation for work done?

voltage x current x time

What is power?

rate of energy transfer or rate of doing work

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What are the two categories that electr…

Give some examples of power circuits.

Know what the sound symbol looks like

What does the ground symbol indicate?

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Include Battery... Ground Power... Generator and Alternator... Distribu…

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The ground symbol indicates that the electrical component is c…

What are the two categories that electr…

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Give some examples of power circuits.

Include Battery... Ground Power... Generator and Alternator... Distribu…

Electrical systems are divided into wha…

What do power circuits include?

What is the primary function of a circu…

What are two characteristics of Circuit…

Power & Load Circuits

Battery, Ground power, Generator and Alternator and distributi…

To protect the wiring in the circuit

- They must be the 'trip free' type... - Require a manual operati…

Electrical systems are divided into wha…

Power & Load Circuits

What do power circuits include?

Battery, Ground power, Generator and Alternator and distributi…

Types of Circuits

Circuit

Insulator

Conductor

Parallel & Series

A connected path in witch electrons flow from a power source

A material that does not easily allow heat, electricity, light…

A material that easily allow heat, electricity, light, or soun…

Types of Circuits

Parallel & Series

Circuit

A connected path in witch electrons flow from a power source

Electrical Systems are divided into two…

Power Circuits: Include

what is the symbol for ground and what…

The PRIMARY function of circuit protect…

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Battery, Ground Power, Generator and Alternator, and Distribut…

The ground symbol indicates that the electrical component is c…

to protect the wiring in the circuit!

Electrical Systems are divided into two…

Power Circuits... Load Circuits

Power Circuits: Include

Battery, Ground Power, Generator and Alternator, and Distribut…