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FIGURE A-2—Use this illustration to answer Questions 7–10. 7. Look at the simple circuit illustrated in Figure A-2. What will happen when only switch S1 is closed? A. The light bulb will light
up. B. Current will flow in the circuit. C. The resistance of the circuit will increase. D. Nothing will happen—the light bulb won't light up.
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User: FIGURE A-2—Use this illustration to answer Questions 7–10. 7. Look at the simple circuit illustrated in Figure A-2. What will happen when only switch S1 is closed? A. The light bulb will light up. B. Current will flow in the circuit. C. The resistance of the circuit will increase. D. Nothing will happen—the light bulb won't light up.

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User: In the circuit shown in Figure A-2, what will happen when switches S1 and S3 are both closed? A. The light bulb will light up. B. Current will flow in the circuit. C. The resistance of the circuit will increase. D. Nothing will happen—the light bulb won't light up.

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