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You know it unless, of course, you've forgotten that in a simple circuit of this kind, the number of electrons in motion at any one point is equal to the number of electrons in motion at any other point. The current is the same at any point in the circuit, whether the point is some place in a conductor, in the cell, or measured at the light bulb. Return to Page 1-36 (34A) for another answer. IT 0337 1-48 47A YOUR ANSWER: From Page 1-50 (48A) False. The electron flow produced by a chemical source of EMF does not result from a potential difference created by chemical action.
Page 1-27 (25A) 4. The electrical symbol for current is an (I). Page 1-97 (25A) 5. The Coulomb is the unit of electrical charge. Page 1-23 (21A) If you missed any of the questions above, turn to pages indicated and refresh your memory. No, don't continue until you are told to; return to the pages indicated, as they are to help you. Now you may continue with your lesson on Page 1-42 (40B). IT 0337 1-46 45A YOUR ANSWER: From Page 1-50 (48A) True, electron flow produced by a chemical source of EMF results from the potential difference created by chemical action.
Page 1-32 (30B) 1-35 IT 0337 34A YOUR ANSWER: From Page 1-27 (25B) 5 seconds. You are correct. With a current of 2 amps (2 coulombs per second, in other words), for 10 coulombs to pass will take 10 = 5 seconds. 2 Now here is a diagram of a circuit, including the electrical symbol for a battery and an electric lamp. 5 amp. are passing through the cell, the number of amps passing through the light bulb is ________________________. 5 amp. 5 amp. 5 amp. Unknown. Page Page Page Page 1-38 (36B) 1-42 (40B) 1-45 (43B) 1-48 (46B) 34B YOUR ANSWER: From Page 1-42 (40B) An electromotive force.