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1. A kitchen ceiling light has five light bulbs on it. When one of the lights goes out, the other four bulbs stay lit. This is an example of a series circuit.

True OR False

My Answer: True


2. Adding a _______________ to an electric circuit would increase the magnetic field around a wire.

a.) insulator
b.) solenoid
c.) resistor
d.) conductor

My Answer: conductor OR insulator

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  1. Both are wrong.

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  2. DrBob222 you're an idiot. The first is true and the second is a conductor

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    posted by Vinny
  3. The first answer is true, and the second is a conductor. Insulators are the opposite of conductors.

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  4. Your first answer is correct but your second one is not the answer to your second one is solenoid. because when you add a solenoid the magnetic field gets stronger. SCIENCE!!!!!!!!

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    posted by Peerson
  5. It Is Solenoid

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    posted by Devan
  6. 1st is true and 2nd is a Solenoid

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  7. I get conductor but not why you chose insolater.

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    posted by alex
  8. I get conductor but not why you chose insolater. and a series circuit is if all the lights went out all of you are thinking of a parallel circuit

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    posted by alex
  9. ohh, be quit "anonymous user" at least they helped.
    And yes 1 is solenoid and 2 is true.

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  10. sorry for the late post

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  11. Soo, suck on that!

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  12. true and solenoid!

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  13. Solenoid is true because it generates magnetivity, and this is for an electric circuit, not a normal wire.
    The ceiling fan is true because a series circuit connects all lightbulbs/devices, and a parallel circuit connects one pair of wires with each device, but shares the same wire until the first device.
    (Sorry if confusing)
    And guys, if you see someone expressing themselves with whatever biased opinion they want, you do not need to respond because you want to argue.

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    posted by halp
  14. Actually its false a series circuit is a circuit in which resistors are arranged in a chain, so the current has only one path to take. The current is the same through each resistor. With that being said if the current was to stop all the light bulbs would have went out because the circuit would be cut off. :P

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  15. The answer to your first question is actually B (False). I took this quiz a while back. (And the answer to your second question is solenoid).

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    posted by Lilith
  16. 1)D
    2)C
    3)C
    4)A
    5)B
    6)B
    7)D
    8)A
    9)B
    10)B
    11)C
    12)B
    13)B
    14)FALSE
    Here is the answers if you go to connections. Just want to help you guys out.

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  17. Anonomys is right

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  18. thank you anonomys!!!

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    posted by banna
  19. Correct.

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  20. I'll just end it here for 14. It's false. Why? This "series circuit" needs all of the bulbs to stay lit. Think about a series circuit as a team. The light bulbs need to work and support each other as a team in order to work. If 1 of them quits they can't do their job. If one of them goes out and the other light bulbs are still on, it's not a series circuit. Hope this helps.

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  21. I like Vinny

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    posted by Ranya
  22. Sry for the late post. And thanks, "anonomys"

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    posted by Ranya
  23. But how is 3 C?

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    posted by Ranya

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