ENERGY

By: Sammyia Ansari

Vocabulary

Current - The continuous flow of electrons is a current.

Voltage - Is the potential difference in electrical charge between two different areas in a circuit.

Resistance - The difficulty an electric current face to pass through an object.

Power - Is the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by an electric circuit.

Real world example

Current - A typical automobile storage battery can deliver 60 amperes of current for about one hour.

Resistance -

Voltage - batteries, generators, and power systems

Power - electric generators, electric batteries,

Comparing and Contrasting

Current is when there is a continuous flow of electrons,while Voltage is the potential difference in electrical charge in two different objects, Resistance is the difficulty and electric current has while passing through an object, and Power is the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by an electric circuit.These are all related to electricity because they all have something to do with with how fast or slow the electrons move.
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