Our science topic

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24 thoughts on “Our science topic

  1. Callum

    Introduction

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer

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  2. Reynaldo

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

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  3. Reynaldo

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.

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  4. maisie loftus

    Introduction

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.

    This section includes:
    •Circuits
    •Symbols
    •Switches
    •Changing circuits

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  5. rihanna

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.

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  6. Reynaldo

    When a switch is open (off), there is a gap in the circuit. Electricity cannot travel around the circuit.

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  7. millie mae

    Electrical circuits – Read

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    Introduction

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.

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  8. maddie

    Is our scinence topic elestritsy.
    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.A circuit can also contain other electrical components, such as bulbs, buzzers or motors, which allow electricity to pass through.Electricity will only travel around a circuit that is complete. That means it has no gaps.hen a switch is open (off), there is a gap in the circuit. Electricity cannot travel around the circuit.When a switch is closed (on), it makes the circuit complete. Electricity can travel around the circuit.Adding more batteries to a simple circuit will increase the electrical energy, which will make a bulb brighter.

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  9. nicholas

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

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  10. Talia,nikola

    Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits.

    You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmer.

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  11. courtney

    You are the best teacher in the hole wile world xx and i hope ever one finces you are the best teacher
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  12. Nayshorne

    •When a switch is open (off), there is a gap in the circuit. Electricity cannot travel around the circuit.
    A circuit always needs a power source, such as a battery, with wires connected to both the positive (+) and negative (-) ends. A battery is also known as a cell. Electricity can flow through the components in a complete electric circuit. We can use symbols to draw circuits. You can make bulbs brighter by adding more batteries to the circuit. But if you add more bulbs instead they will get dimmeAdding more batteries to a simple circuit will increase the electrical energy, which will make a bulb brighter.

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  13. callum

    A circuit always needs a power source, such as a battery, with wires connected to both the positive (+) and negative (-) ends. A battery is also known as a cell.

    A circuit can also contain other electrical components, such as bulbs, buzzers or motors, which allow electricity to pass through.

    Electricity will only travel around a circuit that is complete. That means it has no gaps.

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