Electric current is flow of electricity through objects. As you are studying to become an electrical engineer one of the basic things to ensure you understand is how electric current and resistance. Take up the quiz below and see if you are ready to dive deeper into your course work. All the best as you tackle it!
Clockwise
Anti-clockwise
Positive to Negative
Negative to Positive
Left to right
Molecules move along the wire
Atoms move along the wire
Protons move along the wire
Electrons move along along the wire
Ions move along the wire
0.25 ohms
4 ohms
7.5 ohms
12.5 ohms
25 ohms
0.2A
5A
48A
72A
720A
Its resistance increases if the voltage increases
Its resistance decreases if the voltage increases
Its resistance decreases if the current increases
Its resistance increases if the temperature increases
Its resistance decreases if the temperature increases
A Bulb
A Battery
An LDR
A Diode
A Termistor
0.67 ohms
1.5 ohms
10 ohms
50 ohms
600 ohms
Less than 10 ohms
10 ohms
Between 10 ohms and 50 ohms
50 ohms
More than 50 ohms
The most potential difference
The least potential difference
The most current
The least current
All components get the same current
The light gets brighter
The filament gets hotter
The potential difference increases
The current increases
The filament vibrates