katherine:

An electric fence displays a warning sign about the voltage and amperage of the fence. How would amperage and voltage affect the power of the fence?

7 months ago
katherine:

@Arcadiouse

7 months ago
katherine:

@Elsa213

7 months ago
katherine:

I really need help

7 months ago
Elsa213:

Err.. e.e Lemme think..

7 months ago
katherine:

okay :)

7 months ago
Elsa213:

(Quick google research) The voltage is the power. The higher the volts, the stronger the power. If there is voltage on the gate(which in this instance there is), the voltage will remain flowing through the gate. So, the higher the voltage, the higher the possibility of death for whoever touches the electric gate. Note: If you see the voltage flowing through the gate, it does not decrease the power.

7 months ago
Elsa213:

Did I help? o:

7 months ago
katherine:

is this all google? or most of it in your own words?

7 months ago
Elsa213:

I did my research from Google, but it's mostly considered my own words.

7 months ago
katherine:

thank you so much! Can you help me on 3 more?

7 months ago
Elsa213:

I know nothing about this though. I can try.

7 months ago
katherine:

Batteries involve the flow of electricity from one metal to another. What happens to these metals to cause the batteries to, eventually, stop working?

7 months ago
Elsa213:

Hmm, the battery stops working due to chemical reaction and ionization decreases every time the battery is used.

7 months ago
katherine:

What are the two ways that electrical current can travel while energizing devices and homes? Explain how the direction of travel differs in each.

7 months ago
Elsa213:

(I didn't know how to put this in my own words, sorry.) "A circuit can be either connected in series or in parallel. In a series circuit, all components are connected end-to-end in a line forming a single path for electrons to flow, so current can travel through only one path. Whereas in a parallel circuit, all components are connected across each other's leads, so there are many paths for the electrons to flow, so the current can flow in more than one path."

7 months ago
katherine:

Electrical wiring is commonly composed of metal covered in plastic or rubber coating. Which of these materials is an insulator and which is a conductor?

7 months ago
katherine:

that's the last one

7 months ago
Elsa213:

The metal is a conductor while the rubber or plastic coating is an insulator.

7 months ago
katherine:

thank you so much!

7 months ago
Elsa213:

Ofc! :3 I hope I was helpful. :p

7 months ago
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