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In terms of attraction and repulsion, how do negative particles

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In terms of attraction and repulsion, how do negative particles

Electromagnetism Worksheets (p. 1) Answer completely on your own paper

    1. What condition is necessary for the sustained flow of water in a pipe? What analogous

    condition is necessary for the sustained flow of charge in a wire?

    2. What is an ampere?

    3. Why is a current-carrying wire normally not electrically charged?

    4. Does charge flow through a circuit or into a circuit? Does voltage flow through a

    circuit, or is voltage established across a circuit?

    5. Will water flow more easily through a wide pipe or a narrow pipe? Will current flow

    more easily through a thick wire or a thin wire?

    6. Does heating a metal wire increase or decrease its electrical resistance? 7. If the voltage impressed across a circuit is held constant while the resistance

    increases, what change occurs in the current?

    8. If the resistance of a circuit remains constant while the voltage across the circuit

    decreases, what change occurs in the current?

    9. What is the error in saying that electrons in a common battery driven circuit travel at

    about the speed of light?

    10. What is the error in saying the source of electrons in a circuit is the battery or

    generator?

    11. What is an electric circuit?

    12. How much current flows in a 1000 ohm resistor when 1.5 volts are impressed across it? 13. If the filament in an automobile headlamp is 3 ohms, how many amperes does it draw

    when connected to a 12 volt battery?

    14. How much resistance allows an impressed voltage of 6 V to produce a current of 2 A 15. What is the voltage across a 100 ohm circuit that draws a current of 2 amperes? 16. What is the power when 120 V drives a 2 ampere current through a CD player? 17. What is the current in a typical 60 watt light bulb which is plugged into a 120 V socket? 18. If part of a circuit dissipates energy at a rate of 6 watts when it draws a current of 3

    amperes, what voltage is impressed across it?

Electromagnetism Worksheets (p. 1) Answer completely on your own paper

Electromagnetism Worksheets (p. 1) Answer completely on your own paper

Electromagnetism Worksheets (p. 1) Answer completely on your own paper

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