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Homework Help: physics

Posted by stacey on Friday, February 13, 2009 at 11:26pm.

if there is a circuit that has a battery and a lightbulb:

will an electron have more electric potential energy on the positive side of the battery or negative side of the battery?

- i think its same because conservation of energy. energy gained by electron on positive side is equal to energy loss electron on negative side. am i correct?


will an electron have more electric potential on the positive side of the battery or negative side of the battery?

- think both sides have same electric potential (same reasoning as previous question). am i correct?

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