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Name: Jaylen Williams Date: 11/13/19 School: TCHS Facilitator: Mr. Dobbins 8.05 Parallel Circuits Questions Answer the following questions based on what you learned in lesson 8.05 on parallel circuits. 1. Describe a parallel circuit. A circuit that has two or more paths for the electricity to flow, and the loads are parallel to each other 2. In a parallel circuit containing 3 light bulbs, what happens to the other two bulbs when one goes out? They stay lit 3. In a parallel circuit, the total current is equal to sum of the currents from each path

Unformatted text preview: . 4. In a parallel circuit, voltage is same (same/different) across each component. 5. The total resistance is less (less/more) than the resistance of one resistor alone. 6. How does the brightness of bulbs in a series circuit compare to those in a parallel circuit? Dimmer than a parallel circuit 7. How does the battery life in a series circuit compare to that in a parallel circuit? Parallel circuit would last longer...
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