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Wn'te down reasonable guess at the mathematical form of this relation
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Tom the battery around. Does the: bulb still ligllt?
F or each of the following explain its motion in the electric circuit that lights the lamp.
Activity #1: Dmthu'n Paralch Circuits
Part One. Sui: Gd:
In 2A below draw handing lamps A & B in series and connecting the two
lamps to hatta'y #1. -
In Diagram ZB below dmw nes c-ding lamps A, B & C in series and connecting the three
lamps to battery #
Step 1. Carefully tum the Radiation Cube on its side and place at the zero end of the
meter stick. Set the Radiation Detector next
" to the meter stick.
Align the detector opening wit