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Which of the following describes how electric charges flow? a They do not flow b They flow from low potential to high potential c They flow from high potential to low potential d They flow when towards the source

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hii seclopez! they flow from high potential to low potential :) b is the correct option :)
thanks!
let me know if u need further clarifications:)

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I would say none of the answers is correct for it depends on the sign of electric charges and this is not specified in the question
yep ! your right carlos ! I've assumed it to be conductor where charge carriers are only electrons :)
Which of the following describes resistance? completely stops electron flow impedes the flow of electrons is an insulator has to do with the voltage in the circuit
To Resist is more or less to Impede

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