## Bookmark Collection: Electricity in Simple, Series, and Parallel Circuits

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Concepts of Ohm's Law, power, current, and voltage as they apply to simple circuits, series circuits, and parallel circuits are covered in these tutorials.

Date Added to MERLOT:
December 15, 2007

Created by:
Rudy Lopes

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In parallel circuits, power is a function of current and voltage. This Formula Solver!...
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Current is a function of voltage and resistance. This Formula Solver! Series program shows...
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Ohm's Law describes the fundamental relationship between voltage, resistance, and current....
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In the world of electricity, power is the product of current and voltage. This Formula...
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This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding resistance...
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Current is defined as the flow of electricity through a circuit over time. This Formula...
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