Multiple Choice
Identify the
letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

____
states that since electrons are negative particles, current flows from the most negative point in the
circuit to the most positive. a.  The conventional current flow
theory  c.  Electromotive
force  b.  Ohm's Law  d.  The electron theory     


2.

A
circuit where a path other than the one intended is established to ground is said to be
____. a.  open  c.  complete  b.  shorted  d.  grounded     


3.

____
push current through a wire but cannot flow through the wire. a.  Amps  c.  Volts  b.  Ohms  d.  Watts     


4.

The
letter ____ is used to represent voltage in algebraic formulas.


5.

A(n)
____ is the amount of resistance that allows one ampere of current to flow when the applied voltage
is one volt. a.  coulomb  c.  ohm  b.  joule  d.  watt     

Completion
Complete each sentence or
statement.


6.

____________________ law of electrostatic charges states that the force of
electrostatic attraction or repulsion is directly proportional to the product of the two charges and
inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.


7.

Before current can flow through a circuit, a _________________________ must
exist.


8.

A(n)
____________________ is the unit of resistance to current flow.


9.

A
_________________________ is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one
pound of water one degree Fahrenheit.


10.

If a
circuit has a voltage of 120 V and 20 amps, the resistance of the circuit is ____________________
ohms.
