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# Electrical Questions - All Grades

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Define power:
1. the rate at which current flows
2. a continous loop of electrical current flowing along wires
3. an uninterrupted electrical pathway
4. the result of hot current flowing for a period of time
Define switch:
1. a device that controls current passing through hot circuit wires
2. any material that allows electrical current to flow through it
3. the rate at which current flows
4. result of current flowing through any device
Continuing Education Electrical
What voltage is used in motor control circuits?
1. 110 Volts A.C.
2. 24 Volts A.C.
3. 480 Volts A.C.
4. All of the Above
Continuing Education Electrical
In general, resistance in a conductor depends on four factors. which are they?
1. Volts, Amps, Ohm's and Heat
2. Volts, Amps, Ohm's and Current
3. Material, Length, Cross-sectioal area, Voltage
4. Material, Length, Cross-sectioal area, Temperature
Continuing Education Electrical
Continuing Education Electrical
Continuing Education Electrical
Continuing Education Electrical
Electricity is transmitted at high voltages to substations                                             .
1. because high voltages shed ice better
2. to reduce the losses
3. because high voltages are easier to work with
4. to eliminate the need for larger wire