Search all MERLOT
Click here to go to your profile
Select to go to your workspace
Click here to go to your Dashboard Report
Click here to go to your Content Builder
Click here to log out
Search Terms
Enter username
Enter password
Please give at least one keyword of at least three characters for the search to work with. The more keywords you give, the better the search will work for you.
select OK to launch help window
cancel help

MERLOT II


    

Personal Collection Detail View


Electricity in Simple, Series, and Parallel Circuits

by Rudy Lopes
Bookmark and Share

Description:
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.

Authorized users only:


1.

Power in a Parallel Circuit


Added 12/15/2007
In parallel circuits, power is a function of current and voltage. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for using voltage and resistance to find current and power (all with your own values).
2.

Current in a Parallel Circuit


Added 12/15/2007
Current is a function of voltage and resistance. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding current in parallel circuits using your own voltage and resistance values.
3.

Ohm's Law


Added 12/15/2007
Ohm's Law describes the fundamental relationship between voltage, resistance, and current. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for using any two values (which you can enter yourself) to find the third.
4.

Power in a Simple Circuit


Added 12/15/2007
In the world of electricity, power is the product of current and voltage. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding power, current, or voltage from the other two values (which you can enter yourself).
5.

Resistance in a Series Circuit


Added 12/15/2007
This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding resistance in a series circuit (using up to four resistance values which you can enter yourself).
6.

Current in a Simple Circuit


Added 12/15/2007
Current is defined as the flow of electricity through a circuit over time. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding current, charge, or time from the other two values (which you can enter yourself).
To add a link to a material not in the MERLOT collection, click here.