# Part e parallel circuits directions for part e you

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PART E: Parallel CircuitsDirections: For part E, you need tolight upmore than 1bulbat the same time, usingjust one battery.Find a way to hook up your bulbs so that if you break the connection at one bulb,ONLYthat bulb goes out.10. Sketch your circuit belowusing Circuit Diagram Symbols.You can use Kami to draw your circuitelements online or insert a screenshot of your hand-drawn circuit.Draw Circuit Diagram/Insert Screenshot Here11. Why do the rest of the bulbs stay lit if you break the connection at one bulb?
Procedure:Step 1:Build the series circuit, shown in figure 4 below, with a battery at about9 voltsand light bulbs.Step 2:Turn on the voltmeter and ammeter to measure voltage of the battery and current into it. (Hint:Voltmeters are connected in parallel with circuit elements, ammeters are connected in series! Rewatchthe video demo if you need a reminder how to connect these tools!)Step 3: Record bulb brightness with descriptive language.Step 4:Repeat steps 1-3 for Figure 5 and then Figure 6.12. Adding Lightbulbs in Parallel causes the current to _____________________(Choose one to completethe sentence: Increase/Decrease/Stay the same)and the brightness of the bulbs to_________________(Choose one to complete the sentence: Increase/Decrease/Stay the same)

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Term
Fall
Professor
Ghent-Paolucci
Tags
Resistor, Electrical resistance, Series and parallel circuits, Series Circuits