Basic features of electricity and circuit, Electrical Engineering

1.   Describe the basic features of electricity at a fundamental level? (to achieve a pass grade, explain the nature of electricity)

2.   What part of a cable are conductors and insulators? (to achieve a pass grade, identify the conducts and insulators)







3.   Explain, in terms of charged particles, why some objects are electrically attracted to each other, while others repel each other? (to achieve a pass grade, explain attraction and repulsion)

4.    Describe the flow of direct current? (to achieve a pass grade, describe direct current)

5.    Explain the effect of resistance in circuits? (to achieve a pass grade, explain effect of resistance)



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