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How are series and parallel circuits wired?

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  1. In a series circuit the current goes from the source through one device, then the next one, then the next one .....
    In a parallel circuit, the current splits after leaving the source and part of it goes through one device, part through another .....

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  2. What are the parts of the battery and the function for each?

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  3. In general, batteries have an cathode (the + side), an anode (the - side) and an electrolyte (the medium the electrons move through inside the battery)

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