Different Forms of Energy Electrical Energy Circuits GIZMO and Ohm's Law
What is the ability to do work or cause change?
Energy is...
What is repel or push away from one another?
Like electric charges ________
What is conductors are materials that energy can easily flow through while insulators stop the flow of electricity?
The difference between a conductor and an insulator is...
What is Voltage= Current x Resistance (V=IR)?
What is the formula for Ohm's law?
What is energy can neither be created nor destroyed; it can only be transformed or transferred from one form to another?
The law of conservation of energy states...
What is attract or pull towards one another?
Opposite electric charges ________
What is the human body is 60% water which is a good conductor of electricity?
The human body is a good conductor of electricity because...
What is an ammeter measures current and an ohmmeter measures resistance?
What is the difference between an ammeter and a ohmmeter?
What is chemical, mechanical, potential, kinetic, sound, light, solar, heat, electrical...?
Name five different forms of energy:
What is they will move from the negative end of the battery towards the positive end of the battery?
When using a battery what path will NEGATIVELY charged particles take?
What is TRUE?
T/F insulators are strong resistors that can top most electric currents
What 200 volts? (multiply 10* 20)
A current has a current of 20 amps and a resistor of 10 ohms. What is the voltage?
What is height? *the higher an object is the more potential energy it has
Gravitational potential energy is relative (or depends) on _____________ ** think about a pole vaulter and a roller coaster
What is positive and negative (protons and electrons)?
In an atom what charges need to be like for it to be balanced?
What is series circuit?
In what circuit do lights power off if one were to break and open the circuit?
What is Ohm's law refers to one of the fundamental relationships found in electronic circuits: that, for a given resistance, current is directly proportional to voltage. In other words, if you increase the voltage through a circuit whose resistance is fixed, the current goes up?
What does Ohms law describe?
What is reflection happens when light bounces off an object and the bending of light is called refraction?
The difference between reflection and refraction of light is...
What is an electric charge is a FORCE caused by the movement of negative and positive particles while a current is the FLOW of particles caused by negative and positive charges?
The difference between electric charge and electric current is...
What is parallel circuit?
What circuit is most commonly found in homes in which you can power devices on and off without them affecting one another?
What is: 1/Rt= 1/R1 + 1/R2+ 1/R3...
The formula for parallel circuit resistance is:

# Forms of Energy

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