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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(47)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(49)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(51)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(53)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

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SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(59)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(60)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(61)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(62)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(63)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(64)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(65)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(66)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(67)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(68)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(69)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(70)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(71)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(72)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(73)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(74)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(75)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(76)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(77)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(78)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(79)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(80)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(81)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(82)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(83)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(84)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(85)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(86)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(87)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(88)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(89)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(90)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(91)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(92)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(93)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(94)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(95)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(96)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(97)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(98)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(99)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(100)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(101)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(102)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

(103)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits

1. Draw the following circuit: three lights are connected in series to a 4-cell battery. There is a switch between the second and third light and a resistor after the last light. Show the direction of electron flow.

2. Two light bulbs are connected in series and attached to a power source. One bulb is burned out. What would happen to the other bulb?

3. Draw the following circuit: a motor and three light bulbs are connected in parallel to a 3-cell battery. There is a switch before every light bulb that only controls that one bulb. Indicate the direction of electron flow.

(104)

SNC 1D: Electrical Applications Name: Date:

Challenge Questions:

7. a) Draw the following combination circuit: a 2-cell battery is followed by a two pairs of light bulbs connected in series but parallel with each other. Place a switch after the negative terminal of the battery which operates everything in the circuit. Label the direction of electron flow.

b) What happens when you remove the first light bulb of the first set?

c) What about the second light bulb of the first set?

d) The first light bulb of the second set?

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