# Energy Transfer in Electric Circuits

## The amount of power delivered to an object by an electric current depends on its resistance and the time the current is applied for.

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## Energy Transfer in Electric Circuits

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Develops the equations for calculating the electric power and electrical energy delivered by an electric circuit, as well as considering kilowatt hours.
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## Dollhouse

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Learn about the analysis of parallel circuits in the context of a realistic household circuit.
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## Flashlight

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Learn about electric circuits, the flow of current, electrical resistance, and electrical power dissipation by exploring the operation of a flashlight.
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## Electric Analogies

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Explore a different way of thinking about electricity as a way to become familiar with the concept of potential, current, and resistance
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## Marquee Lights

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Learn about different ways you can wire an electric circuit, and how the brightness of the lights depends on how they are configured.
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## Power and Electrical Energy

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Several examples about solving for power and electrical energy.
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