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 Series circuit means Circuit with only one path for electrons to take Parallel circuit means Circuit with more than one path for electrons Circuit means The comptlete path followed by electricity Fuse means A thin stip of metal which melts and disconnects a circuit when current flow becomes too high Potential difference means The amount of electricity Flowing past a point per second (amps) Circuit breaker means a reausible device wich disconnects a circuit when current flow becomes to high Current means The amount of electricity flowing past a point per second Resistance means The opposition to the flow of electrons-Higher for a longer wire, lower for a shorter wire;higher for a thinner wire, lower for a thicker wire (ohms) Ohms law means Relationship among the current, voltage and resistance Current = Voltage Resistance electic power means the rate at which electicity does work (Watts) Watts Power=volts (voltage) Amps (current) Electic energy means Energy (kilowatt hours)=power(kwatts X time (h) Direnct current: When current always flows in the same direction (batteries) Alternationg current means When current direction reverses direcition regulary Wall outlets