Electricity part 2
Current, Voltage, Resistance, and Power
Batteries are a great example of sources of direct current.
Is the potential difference in electrical charge between two different areas of the circuit.Voltage is the force that pushes the current along through the circuit.
I know that, that isn't quite a real- life example but is a really goo one because you see the voltage is what keeps that electrons going in a circuit. That is what a circuit is so you put something like a light bowl to make it useful. Imagine of it like you put a firemen hose thought a bicycle wheel it'd go much faster then if you'd putted a garden hose right?!
The resistance in science is kind of the same concept as it is in air resistance if there is more it slows down if there is less it fastens up.
is the amount of energy over time. This is still measured in Watts
Electrical Power Formula P=VI