define the following current, volts, circuit, and amps
matthew afif
2/7/2011 21:33:43

A current is a flow of electricity moving through a conducter. Volts and amps are measures of electricity. A circuit is an electrical device that gives a path for electricity to flow.

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matthew afif
2/7/2011 21:38:48

A current is a flow of electricity passing through a conducter. Amps and volts are a measure of electricity. A circuit is a device giving a path for the electricity to flow.

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2/7/2011 21:52:43

A circuitis a device that gives a path for electricity to flow. Amps and volts measure electricity. A current is a flow of electricity passing through a conducter.

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brandon
2/7/2011 22:48:58

electricity is a form of energy and that has a flow of electrons.

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aloop akmal mahamed sulladin
2/7/2011 23:50:03

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aidan sexton 8a
2/8/2011 00:13:08

current is the flow of electrons, volts are a measure potencial, a circuit is a path way though which electricity flows and amps are the unit of measurement for current.

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Jordan.N
2/8/2011 01:35:29

Current: A flow of electricity through a wire or curcuit.

Volt: A measurement of energy/ voltage.

Circuit: An arrangment of wires joined as to carry an electric current.

Amps: A measurement of electrical currents.

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J
2/8/2011 01:36:09

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andrew scalise
2/8/2011 02:01:43

CURRENT: Is a rate at which charge flows through a surface.

VOLTS:Unit of electromotive force.

CIRCUIT:A circular journey or one beginning and ending at the same place.

AMPS:It's a unit of measurement for electricity.


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andrew scalise
2/8/2011 02:09:08

AMPS:It's a unit of measurement for electricity.

CURRENT:It refers to a flow of electron from a negative system to a positive system.

CIRCUIT:A circular journey or one beginning and ending at the same place.

VOLTS:Unit of electromotive force.


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Jake Murphy
2/9/2011 02:20:10

A current is a flow of electrical charge.
A volt is a measurement of the energy contained in an electric field at a given point.
A curcuit is an electrical devise that provides a path for electrical current to flow.
Amps is the abbreviation for ampere. Ampere is the unit for measuring electric current.

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Zachary smakman 8A
2/9/2011 21:23:06

Volt:A unit of electromotive force.
Circuit:a closed path for an electric current an apparatus with conductors.
Amps:Somthing that a makes a noise louder.

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Zachary smakman 8A
2/9/2011 21:32:15

Current: is a flow of electrical charge.
Volts:A unit of electromotive force.
Amps; is used to measure electical curraent.
Circuit: a closed path for an electric current an apparatus with conductors.

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Kevin Mai
2/9/2011 22:35:26

I'm 12th!

An electrical current is the measurement of the amout of electrons running through a citcuit every second.

Volts are the amount of energy in the electrons flowing through a circuit.

A circuit is the 'path way' of electricity. It controls the direction the electrons flow. The circuit is usually a wire.

An amp is an electrical device to enlarge and increase the energy of the electrons running through the circuit.

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Kevin
2/9/2011 22:40:09

oops, i thought amp as in amplifier... amp is short for ampere and it is the measurement for electic currents

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Liam Healy
2/10/2011 22:06:36

electricity is the science dealing with electric charges and currents.

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Liam Healy
2/10/2011 22:15:56

A current is a flow of electiricty.
A volt measures the amount of energy inside an object.
A circuit is an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow.
Ampere is the base SI unit of electrical current

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anthony furci
2/13/2011 22:10:24

Electricity is a back and forth flow of electrons from one point to another.
The word volt is short for voltage. A volt is the amount of energy contained in any object. A current is a flow of charged electricity. A circuit is a clear flow of electrons to form electricity. Amps are the flow of electrical currents.

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Daniel Lucato 8a
2/13/2011 23:20:02

A current is when electiricity flows
A volt is a mesurment of energy is in an object
A circuit is an electrical device that let the electricity current flow
Amperer is the si unit in an electrical current

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Josh Esposito
2/13/2011 23:37:42

a current is the amount of electricity flow.
a volt is mesurment of energy inside a object.
a circuit is an elcetic path way for an electric current
a amp is a measurment of electrical currents

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Andrew Maxwell
2/14/2011 00:56:52

CURRENT: The flow of electricity throw a circuit or wire
VOLT: A volt is a measurement of the energy.
contained in an electric field.
CIRCUIT: A circuit is a device that gives electricity a path to flow.
AMPS: the measurement of electricity

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alex.t 8a
2/14/2011 01:33:31

A current is a flow of electrical charge a

A volt is the amount of energy in the electrons flowing through a circuit.

An amp is used to measure electrical current

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Louis Shu
2/14/2011 13:30:55

current:a flow of electricity which results from the ordered directional movement of electrical charged particles.
Volts:unit of electromical force
circuit:a complete and closed path around which a circulating electric current can flow
amp:an electronic device for increasing the amplitude of electrical signals

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Jakob Shaw
2/14/2011 21:51:28

A current- is a measure of the number of electrons flowing through a circuit.
A volt- is the unit of electromotive force
A circuit- is the path that electrons flow through.
An amp- (short for ampere) is the measurement for electric currents

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Jakob Shaw
2/14/2011 21:51:53

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James
2/15/2011 17:37:38

a current flow of electricity
volts measures an amount of energy in something
circuit an electric line that makes a path for electric flow
amp is a si unit of an electric current

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2/21/2011 20:17:13

energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor

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2/21/2011 20:19:18

current- electrcity flows through
volts- is the measure of electricity
circuits- a way for electricity to flow.

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carl carrea
2/21/2011 20:44:06

A current- is a measure of the number of electrons flowing through a circuit.
A volt- is the unit of electromotive force
A circuit- is the path that electrons flow through.
An amp- (short for ampere) is the measurement for electric currents

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michael trentin
2/27/2011 22:13:51

current- electricity flows throgh a current
volts-is a measurement of electricity
circuit- is a way for electricity to flow to produce light.

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Jack Dargan
2/28/2011 02:26:44

Current- A measure of the number of electrons (particle of an atom) flowing through a circuit.

Volts-unit measurement of energy from electrons moving around a circuit,

Circuit - The path in which electrons flow

Amp-is a measure of the amount of electric charge passing a point per unit of time

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will
3/14/2011 02:44:29

current the speed of witch things move

volts eletricmotive force

circuit the parth eletricerty flow

amp measure of the amount of eletric charge

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