# Series Circuits

## A closed circuit in which the current follows through one path.

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## Series Circuits

by EPISD Physics //at grade
Describes the design of a series circuit and the characteristics of individual and total resistance, current, and voltage drops in series.
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## Series Circuits.

by EPISD Physics //at grade
Describes the design of a series circuit and the characteristics of individual and total resistance, current, and voltage drops in series.
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## Series Circuits

by Henrik Malmberg //at grade
Describes the design of a series circuit and the characteristics of individual and total resistance, current, and voltage drops in series.
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## Series Circuits

by Anna Keller //at grade
Describes the design of a series circuit and the characteristics of individual and total resistance, current, and voltage drops in series.
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## Unit 13.8 Series Circuits

by Scott //at grade
Describes the design of a series circuit and the characteristics of individual and total resistance, current, and voltage drops in series.
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## Who hit the lights?

by Hope Hahn //at grade
Learn how to make your own in series light bulb and adjust the voltage, current, and resistance.
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## Who hit the lights?

by Hope Hahn //at grade
Learn how to make your own in series light bulb and adjust the voltage, current, and resistance.
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## Electrical Circuits

by Pranav Salunke //at grade
A study guide to help review Electrical Circuits. Including: Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits, Combined Series-Parallel Circuits, Ammeters, and Voltmeters
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