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Current Electricity: Variables: Define the following:

Current Electricity: Variables: Define the following:

III. Series Circuit What is a series circuit? Draw a schematic of a series circuit with 2 resistors. Draw a second schematic of a series circuit with 3 resistors and a switch. What happens to a series circuit if a bulb is removed? IV. Parallel Circuit What is a parallel circuit?

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