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# Electricity and Magnetism

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 Physics: Standard 5 - Electricity and Magnetism Checks for Understanding 5.1 | 5.2 | 5.3 | 5.4 | 5.5 | 5.6 | 5.7 | 5.8 | 5.9 | 5.10 | 5.11 | 5.12 | 5.13 Science Curriculum Standards 3231 - Physics Internet Resources Create a simple electromagnet. 5.1 Draw an electric field based on a description of the charged particles. 5.2 Magnetic Field of a Straight Current-Carrying Wire - This applet simulates an experiment concerning the magnetic field of a straight current-carrying wire. Solve problems of resistance using Ohm's law [E = IR (or V=IR)]. 5.3 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 and explain series and parallel circuits. 5.4 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 Solve problems related to voltage, amperage, and resistance [voltage, V = IR; series circuit formulas, RT = R1+R2 +…, IT = I1 = I2 = …, VT =V1+ V2+…; parallel circuit formulas, 1/RT =1/R1+1/R2+ …, IT =I1+I2+ …, VT = V1=V2 = …]. 5.5 Build series and parallel circuits and explain how they function. 5.6 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 Demonstrate a generated current by electromagnetic induction. 5.7 Design an experiment to demonstrate the flow of charged particles and an electric current. 5.8 Analyze a group of charges for repulsion and attraction. 5.9 Distinguish between charged particles related to repulsion and attraction. 5.10 Describe the electric field that fills the space around a charged particle or group of charges [Coulomb’s law of electrostatics, F= k (Q1Q2)/d2]. 5.11 Identify components of series and parallel circuits and solve problems related to voltage, amperage, and resistance. 5.12 Describe how current is generated by electromagnetic induction. 5.13

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