# Current and flow of electrons in a circuit

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- Q1What is the flow of electrons in a circuit called?ResistanceVoltagePowerCurrent30s
- Q2What is the unit of measurement for current?WattAmpereVoltOhm30s
- Q3Which material allows electrons to flow easily through it?ConductorInsulatorMagnetSemiconductor30s
- Q4What do we call a material that does not allow electrons to flow through it easily?SemiconductorInsulatorConductorMagnet30s
- Q5What effect does increasing the resistance (light bulb or buzzer) in a circuit have on the current?DecreasesStopsIncreasesRemains the same30s
- Q6In a simple electrical circuit, what completes the path between the energy source and the device using the electricity?InsulatorSwitchBatteryConductor30s
- Q7What is the name given to the process of electrons moving from negative to positive in a circuit?Electric powerElectric resistanceElectric voltageElectric current30s
- Q8Which direction do electrons flow in a circuit?From negative to positiveFrom positive to negativeUpwardsClockwise30s
- Q9What is the term used to describe the continuous flow of electrons in a circuit?PowerResistanceCurrentVoltage30s
- Q10What is the term used to describe a complete path that electricity can flow through in a circuit?Short circuitParallel circuitClosed circuitOpen circuit30s
- Q11What happens to the brightness of a light bulb when the current running through it increases?It gets dimmerIt turns offIt stays the sameIt gets brighter30s
- Q12What happens to the flow of electrons in a circuit when resistance increases?The flow of electrons stops completelyThe flow of electrons increasesThe flow of electrons stays the sameThe flow of electrons decreases30s
- Q13What is the term used to describe a material that restricts or limits the flow of electrons in a circuit?TransistorAmplifierInsulatorConductor30s
- Q14How does increasing the voltage affect the flow of electrons in a circuit?It has no effect on the flow of electronsIt increases the flow of electronsIt stops the flow of electronsIt decreases the flow of electrons30s
- Q15What is the flow of electrons in a circuit called?VoltageCurrentPowerResistance30s