## 11 Questions

Which type of current has a consistently flowing direction of electron flow in a circuit?

Direct current

What is the equivalent value of one coulomb of charge in terms of electrons?

6,250,000,000,000,000,000

What is the equation to calculate the amount of charge passing a point in a circuit?

charge = current × time

According to the information provided, what happens to the current in a circuit if the voltage of the power supply increases?

The current increases

What happens to the current in a circuit if the number of components increases?

The current decreases

Which type of current has a consistently flowing direction of electron flow in a circuit?

Direct current

What is the equation to calculate the amount of charge passing a point in a circuit?

charge = current × time

What is the equivalent value of one coulomb of charge in terms of electrons?

6,250,000,000,000,000,000 electrons

Which one of the following is true about the current in a parallel circuit?

The current is different in each branch

What is the equation to calculate the total resistance in a series circuit?

$R_{total} = R_1 + R_2$

What is the equation to calculate the total resistance in a parallel circuit?

$R_{total} = \frac{1},{R_1} + \frac{1},{R_2}$

Test your knowledge of electrical charge and current in electric circuits with this Edexcel GCSE Physics revision quiz. Learn about the two types of current - direct and alternating - and understand how electron flow differs in each. Put your understanding to the test and strengthen your knowledge.

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