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If the switch in this circuit is closed, what will happen to the flow of electricity in the circuit? A. The voltage throughout the circuit components will remain the same. B. The current
throughout the circuit components will remain the same. C. The current will increase at the second light bulb. D. The voltage will increase at the second light bulb.
B. The current throughout the circuit components will remain the same.
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User: Copper wires are good conductors of electricity. How does electricity flow through copper wires? A. Copper atoms detach and slide along the wire. B. Electrons move from one atom of copper to another. C. Copper atoms create energy waves that travel along the wire. D. Electrons from one atom transfer vibrations to another atom.

User: If the switch in this circuit is closed, what will happen to the flow of electricity in the circuit? A. The voltage throughout the circuit components will remain the same. B. The current throughout the circuit components will remain the same. C. The current will increase at the second light bulb. D. The voltage will increase at the second light bulb.

Weegy: B. The current throughout the circuit components will remain the same.
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