Simple Circuit Sample

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Simple Circuit Sample

Electricity and Simple Circuits

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Simple Series Circuit

Parallel Circuit

Simple Series vs. Parallel Circuits A series circuit has all components in a line or loop. A parallel circuit also has all components in a line or loop, except there are two or more paths in this type of circuit.................................................................................................................................................

Electricity is energy. Machines and gadgets eat electricity to keep them going. Electricity that reaches your home, bussiness, or school travels through a circuit (a conductor) and the "battery" that supplies it is called a power plant. This is known as current electricity. All the wires and poles we see all around are the electrical transmission and distribution system, also know as the way electricity is brought to us and able to be used when we need it.

A circuit can also contain other electrical components such as bulbs, buzzers, or motors for electricity to pass through.

Electricity can be conserved in numerous ways. Walk, ride your bicycle, or take the bus instead of always going by car. Turn off lights, radio, TV, and the computer when not using them.

Name two other electrical components that a circuit can have besides a battery and wires.

In what ways do we rely on or use electricity everyday?

Where Does Electricity Come From??

How can we conserve electricity and helpour planet?

We use electricity for many things everyday. Cars, street lights, computers, phones, television, and getting from one place to another are all ways we rely on electricity in our lives. Without electricityour world would be quite dark!

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A complete circuit always needs a power source in order for devices to work.

What does a complete circuit need for all devices to work?


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