Current, Voltage, Resistance, Power


Electricity can be defined as the energy from the flow of electrons. This continuous flow of electrons is called the current.


Voltage is the potential difference in electrical charge between two different areas in a circuit. Voltage is the force that pushes the current along through the current.


Resistance is the difficulty an electric current faces to pass through an object.


Power is the ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality.