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Objective: To understand the concept of electric potential and to use the concept to predict which bulbs light in a complex circuit and to identify the electric potential value at various locations in a circuit.
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Know Your Potential
Color Those Wires 4 Questions Using a ROYGB color-coding scheme to represent electric potential.
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Which Bulbs Light? 4 Questions Analyzing the electric potential across each bulb to determine which one(s) light.
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Volt On It! 4 Questions Determine the electric potential value of each wire in the circuit. Use Delta V = I*R.
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Tip:  Begin with Red; then use Blue. Then color remaining wires.
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Select a color from the ROYGB palette. Tap on a wire to color it. Use the Check Answer button once all wires have been colored.
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Use the ROYGB color palette to color all the wires. Then tap on any bulb that would light. Once done, tap the Check Answer button.
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2.0 A, 5.0 Ω
List the electric potential (in V) at the 4 locations:
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The I and R values are given. Use them to determine the electric potential (in volts) at the four indicated positions. If desired, begin by using the ROYGB palette to color code the wires.
2.0 A, 4.0 Ω
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2.0 A, 3.0 Ω
2.0 A, 8.0 Ω
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36 V
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List the electric potential (in V) at the 6 locations:
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6.0 A, 2.0 Ω
4.0 A, 2.0 Ω
4.0 A, 2.0 Ω
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2.0 A, 8.0 Ω
40 V
2.5 A, 4.0 Ω
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2.0 A, 2.0 Ω
0.5 A, 2.0 Ω
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