Week 3 Practice Quiz

Week 3 Practice Quiz - A ) nucleus B ) positively charged...

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The units for electrical resistance are A ) ohms, which are equal to volts/amp B ) ohms, which are equal to amps/volt C ) newtons, which are electrically equal to ohms D ) coulombs, which become ohms/volt for circuits When a person combs her hair, static electricity is sometimes generated by what process? A ) Contact between the comb and hair results in a charge B ) Friction between the comb and hair transfers electrons C ) Deduction between the comb and hair D ) Induction between the comb and hair Electric current originates from which part of an atom?
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Unformatted text preview: A ) nucleus B ) positively charged protons C ) negatively charged electrons D ) entire atom acting as a unit Electrical voltage is a measure of A ) total amount of current B ) how much current is moving through a circuit C ) the ratio of work done moving electric charges D ) how many electrons are moving through a wire Magnetic fields can be created by which process? A ) The motion of isolated magnetic poles B ) The motion of electrons C ) Static electric charge in a piece of iron D ) The space around an electron...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2009 for the course SCI 214 taught by Professor Bodus during the Spring '09 term at DeVry Cincinnati.

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