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In a series circuit the current is the at all points in the circuit.

same

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In a parallel circuit the current taken from the battery the sum of the currents through the two bulbs

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Q1. The two bulbs in circuit B make less light than the one bulb in circuit A because

Q2. No current flows in circuit C because Q3.

Q4. House lights are better wired in parallel than series; a) b)

B shares the current between two (dim) bulbs

one of the bulbs is blown creating a break in the circuit

dont dim

Broken bulb doesnt put whole house into darkness

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Using Voltmeters and Ammeters

Using Voltmeters and Ammeters

Voltmeter connected in parallel

Ammeter connected in series

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

No! The voltmeter has been connected in series it should be parallel

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

No the Ammeter has been connected in parallel it should have been series

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

Yes! This Ammeter has been connected correctly in series

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

Yes! This Ammeter has been connected correctly in series

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

Yes! The Voltmeter has been connected correctly in parallel

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Correctly Wired?

Correctly Wired?

Yes! The Ammeter has been connected correctly in series

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Effects of Series?

Effects of Series?

As more bulbs are added in series the bulbs grow dimmer

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Topic 7 page 23

Circuit Diagram

Iron

Brass

Copper

Steel

Graphite

Plastic

Rubber

Perspex

Glass

Wood

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Topic 7 page 25

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