Electricity

by Alex Ngo

Vocabulary

Current: The amount of electric charge flowing through a specified point per unit of time.

Resistance: The difficulty an electric current faces to pass a certain point.

Circuit: Complete path of an electric current including the generation apparatus, intervening resistors or capacitors.

circuit

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Resistance

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Current

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Comparing and Contrasting

Similarities: They all have to do with energy and electricity.

Difference: They are different sizes.

Daily Life

Electric current is used in wires in my house to bring electricity to certain things.

Resistance is used in some things in my house to make it so there is not to much electricity being brought to my stuff.

Circuit used to connect electricity to my TV.

Examples

Circuit: Series Circuit

Resistor: A Light Bulb

Current: Turning on a light