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 Conceptual Physics: Standard 4 - Electricity and Magnetism Checks for Understanding 4.1 | 4.2 | 4.3 | 4.4 | 4.5 | 4.6 | 4.7 | 4.8 Science Curriculum Standards 3237 - Conceptual Physics Internet Resources Measure voltage, current, and resistance. 4.1 Voltage Circuit Simulator - This exercise will help you determine the relationship between voltage (V), amperage (I) and resistance (R). This relationship is called Ohm's Law. Ohm�s Law - This applet shows a simple circuit containing one resistor. In addition there is a voltmeter (parallel to the resistor) and an ammeter (in series with the resistor) Ohm's Law (includes Voltage law and Current law) Draw electric field lines, given a scenario of charged particles. 4.2 Magnetic Field of a Straight Current-Carrying Wire - This applet simulates an experiment concerning the magnetic field of a straight current-carrying wire. Draw and explain series and parallel circuits. 4.3 Simple AC Circuits - This Java applet shows a simple circuit consisting of an alternating voltage source and, depending on the selected radio button, a resistor (without inductivity), a capacitor or an ideal coil (without resistance). Combinations of Resistors - an applet illustrating either series or parallel Combinations of Resistors, Inductors and Capacitors - java applet Identify components of series and parallel circuits and solve problems related to voltage, current, and resistance. 4.4 � Build series and parallel circuits and describe how they function. 4.5 � Demonstrate and explain electromagnetic induction. 4.6 � Sketch the magnetic field lines around a bar magnet. 4.7 Magnetic Field of a Bar Magnet - The magnetic field of a bar magnet can be investigated with this compass needle applet. Create a simple electromagnet. 4.8 � Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles. 