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  • Building an Electric Circuit
  • Building an Electric CircuitElectric Circuit: A controlled path anelectric current passes through.
  • Building an Electric CircuitElectrical Load: Anything that converts electrical energyinto another form of energy, such as sound, heat, or light. View slide
  • Electrical Loadslight bulb resistor motor Symbols for loads View slide
  • Building an Electric CircuitConnectors: Provide a path for electric current toflow to each part of the circuit.
  • ConnectorsThey are typically conductors wrapped with insulators.
  • ConnectorsSymbols for connectors
  • Building an Electric CircuitElectric Source: Where the electricity comes from.
  • Electric SourceNegative Positiveside side Symbols for sources
  • Building an Electric CircuitClosed Electric Circuit: The electrons are free toflow or move throughout the circuit (ON).
  • Building an Electric CircuitOpen Electric Circuit: The electrons can notmove through the circuit because of a gap (OFF).
  • Switchesopen (off) closed (on) Symbols for switches
  • Closed Electric Circuit
  • Open Electric Circuit
  • Sample circuit