What is thesame acrossseriescircuits?the amount ofvoltage required tocause an amountof to flow througha certainresistancethe current in any branchof a circuit supplied by amultipower source can bedetermined by finding thecurrent produced in aparticular branch by eachof the individual powersources acting aloneWhat is thesame acrossparallelcircuits?unit forelectricity/voltagethe sum of thevoltages arounda closed loopmust equal zeroto drawagainunit forcurrenta circuit thatcontains bothseries andparallel pathsa circuit thatcontains onlyelementsconnected inparallela circuit thatcontains onlyone path forcurrent flowa joiningpoint whereelectricconnectionsare madecircuits thatcontain morethan onepath forcurrent flowunit forresistanceunit forpowertracing thepath ofcurrentthrough acircuitthe sum of thecurrent enteringand leaving apoint mustequal zeroto makesmaller ormorecompacta point in anelectric circuitwhere currentcan flow inmore than onedirectionis used to reducea circuit networkinto a simplecurrent sourceand single parallelresistorused to reducea circuit to asingle voltagesource and aseries resistorthe chartused tosolve forpowera group ofcomponentsconnectedin parallela circuit that isconstructed toproduce a specificamount of currentflow through abranchWhat is thesame acrossseriescircuits?the amount ofvoltage required tocause an amountof to flow througha certainresistancethe current in any branchof a circuit supplied by amultipower source can bedetermined by finding thecurrent produced in aparticular branch by eachof the individual powersources acting aloneWhat is thesame acrossparallelcircuits?unit forelectricity/voltagethe sum of thevoltages arounda closed loopmust equal zeroto drawagainunit forcurrenta circuit thatcontains bothseries andparallel pathsa circuit thatcontains onlyelementsconnected inparallela circuit thatcontains onlyone path forcurrent flowa joiningpoint whereelectricconnectionsare madecircuits thatcontain morethan onepath forcurrent flowunit forresistanceunit forpowertracing thepath ofcurrentthrough acircuitthe sum of thecurrent enteringand leaving apoint mustequal zeroto makesmaller ormorecompacta point in anelectric circuitwhere currentcan flow inmore than onedirectionis used to reducea circuit networkinto a simplecurrent sourceand single parallelresistorused to reducea circuit to asingle voltagesource and aseries resistorthe chartused tosolve forpowera group ofcomponentsconnectedin parallela circuit that isconstructed toproduce a specificamount of currentflow through abranch

Unit 8 & 9 Vocabulary - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. What is the same across series circuits?
  2. the amount of voltage required to cause an amount of to flow through a certain resistance
  3. the current in any branch of a circuit supplied by a multipower source can be determined by finding the current produced in a particular branch by each of the individual power sources acting alone
  4. What is the same across parallel circuits?
  5. unit for electricity/ voltage
  6. the sum of the voltages around a closed loop must equal zero
  7. to draw again
  8. unit for current
  9. a circuit that contains both series and parallel paths
  10. a circuit that contains only elements connected in parallel
  11. a circuit that contains only one path for current flow
  12. a joining point where electric connections are made
  13. circuits that contain more than one path for current flow
  14. unit for resistance
  15. unit for power
  16. tracing the path of current through a circuit
  17. the sum of the current entering and leaving a point must equal zero
  18. to make smaller or more compact
  19. a point in an electric circuit where current can flow in more than one direction
  20. is used to reduce a circuit network into a simple current source and single parallel resistor
  21. used to reduce a circuit to a single voltage source and a series resistor
  22. the chart used to solve for power
  23. a group of components connected in parallel
  24. a circuit that is constructed to produce a specific amount of current flow through a branch