By Grace McUmber
The amount of electric charge flowing past a specified point per unit of time. The unit for current is ampere (A)
The act of opposing.
The loop that current flows through is called a circuit.
Example: The light switch circuit
Comparing and Contrasting
All these terms are similar because they all have to do with a circuit. But the differences are that they aren't the same thing as in like they aren't the same meaning.
Every Day Life
We use circuits everyday like when we switch on the light. Like when we turn the light switch on. When you switch the light, then the light turns on, that's because of a Circuit. The circuit goes in a circle and turns on the light.