Series and Parallel Circuits
- 1. How many light bulbs are in the diagram?
- 2. What kind of circuit is shown above?
- 3. How many batteries are in the diagram?
- 4. What kind of circuit is shown above?
- 5. The diagram shows a switch that's________.
- 6. The photo shows a symbol of what object?
A) a battery
B) a switch
C) a wire
D) a car
- 7. A device able to supply electrical energy is a ________.
- 8. The pathway for electrical current is called a _______.
- 9. When the electrical current CANNOT flow, the circuit is _______.
- 10. The positve (+) and negative (-) ends of the battery are called ______.
A) battery knobs
B) battery sides
C) battery terminals
D) circuit diagram
- 11. A circuit that has only one electric flow is _________.
A) paper circuit
B) parallel circuit
C) series circuit
D) battery circuit
- 12. The unit that measures a battery's strength is called ________.
- 13. A device that opens and closes a circuit is a __________.
C) electrical current
- 14. Objects that allow electrical current to flow are called ______.
- 15. Objects that DO NOT allow electrical current to flow are called ______.
- 16. Which parts of the pencil are conductors?
A) The metal and point
B) The eraser and point
C) The wood and metal
D) The wood and eraser
- 17. Which activity did we compare the brightness of the light bulb?
A) Solid Conductors
B) Simple Circuits
C) Paper-Clip Switch
D) Series and Parallel Circuits
- 18. Which activity did we discover what objects are conductors and what objects are nonconductors?
A) Paper-Clip Switch
B) Series and Parallel Circuits
C) Solid Conductors
D) Simple Circuits
- 19. How many volts are in the batteries we have used?
- 20. The series circuit with two batteries, gives how much voltage to a light bulb?
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