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A coil of wire that is carrying a current and produces a magnetic field is. A. A galavanometer. B. A solenoid. C. A magnetic domain. D. An electric motor.
A coil of wire that is carrying a current and produces a magnetic field is a solenoid.
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A coil of wire that is carrying a current and produces a magnetic field is a solenoid.
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If you know the power rating of an appliance and the voltage of the line it is attached to, you can calculate the current the appliance uses by. A. Multiplying the voltage by the power. B. Subtracting the power from the voltage. C. Dividing the voltage by the power. D. Dividing the power by the voltage
Weegy: If you know the power rating of an appliance and the voltage of the line it is attached to, you can calculate the current the appliance uses by - Dividing the power by the voltage. User: What is the difference in electrical potential energy between two places in an electric field? A. Current. B. Resistance. C. Potential Difference. D. Induction (More)
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Potential difference is the difference in electrical potential energy between two places in an electric field.
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The electromagnet in a galavanometer. A. Increases the voltage in a circuit. B. Moves a pointer along a numbered scale in response to a current. C. Induces an electric current. D. Increases the current in a circuit.
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The electromagnet in a galavanometer moves a pointer along a numbered scale in response to a current.
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