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Design a circuit and draw a circuit diagram using the proper symbols. Your circuit must contain a battery, a light bulb (if you would like to substitute another item that uses electrical power you may), a switch, an ammeter, and a resistor. After you draw your circuit, complete the questions which ask you to describe the circuit that you have created. You may hand draw the circuit and scan or take a digital picture of the worksheet to submit for grading. Or you may use a draw/paint program to create your circuit in the space provided. Question 1: Is the circuit you created a parallel, series or a series/parallel circuit? Support your answer with a description of this type of circuit. Question 2: What is the purpose of the resistor in your circuit? Question 3: How does the switch work? Question 4: Describe the path of the electric current through your circuit. Question 5: Explain how your battery works. (You may want to look at lesson 3.02) What are some possible materials you could use to make your battery?

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