• I
• R
• V
• A

• 0
• 2
• 1
• Infinite

• Gamma
• Sigma
• Omega
• Phi
• #### 4.  Is defined as a continuous flow of electrons.

• Resistance
• Electric Current
• Ohms
• Voltage

• Series
• Open
• Closed
• Parallel
• #### 6.  Are the two kinds of current.

• Direct and alternating
• Direct and Passive
• Direct and Active
• Active and Passive

• V=IR
• R=VI
• I=VR
• R=EV

• Open
• Closed
• Parallel
• Series
• #### 9.  The type of current where charges shake back and forth in a circuit

• Alternating Current
• Direct Current
• Voltage
• Switchback Current
• #### 10.  What does DMM stand for ?

• Distance Measured Monthly
• Digital Multiplication and Math
• Digital Multimeter
• Do Mechanical Maintenance

• Ampere
• Volts
• Ohms
• Watts
• #### 12.  Why is a battery important in an electrical circuit?

• As a source of energy.
• As a path for electricity to flow through.
• As a connector to connect all parts of a circuit.

• Voltage
• Reisistance
• Coninuity
• Current

• Voltage
• Resistance
• Current
• Continuity
• #### 15.  The type of current where charges flow in one direction

• Direct Current
• Alternating Current
• Electron Flow
• Voltage
• #### 16.  What is a circuit?

• A constant flow of electricity
• A path that a current can flow along

• Force
• Resistance
• Voltage
• Current
• #### 18.  Choose the true statement below concerning DC currents:

• DC stands for Direct Computing and electrons flow in multiple pathways
• DC stands for direct current and electrons flow in multiple directions
• DC stands for direct current and the electrons do not flow
• DC stands for direct current and the electrons flow in only one direction
• #### 19.  The light bulb in the circuit is an example of _______.

• Battery source
• Energy pathway
• All of them

• Closed
• Open
• Simple
• Complex

• AC
• DC
• low
• high

• Parallel
• Open
• Closed
• Series

• Voltage
• Resistance
• Current
• Continuity
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