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Electrical circuits are connected in series or in parallel. Circuit components are shown as symbols. There are two types of current, alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC).
What is current measured in?
Electrical potential difference also means which of these answers?
What are the units of power?
In which type of circuit is current conserved?
Which of these is true in a series circuit?
Which of these is true in a parallel circuit?
If one bulb breaks in your Christmas tree lights and they all switch off, how must they be connected?
What type of current flows from batteries?
What do AC and DC stand for?
What name is given to current that flows in one direction only?