Brianna Clinton


the amount of electric charge flowing past a specified point per unit of time. The unit for current is ampere (A).

We use this in our everyday life by turning on a light switch.

Example: A light bulb is lit by current

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the difficulty an electric current faces to pass through an object

We use it in our everyday life by bending a wire to create more resistance.

Example: power wires

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A closed loop that current flows through

I use this in my everyday life when a battery is operating a light

Example: when you use your phone because a phone has a circuit board

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Current, Resistance, and circuit

These are all related to electricity. Current is how electricity flows, resistance is the difficulty current faces to pass through an object and a circuit puts electricity through a closed loop witch makes electricity flow.