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This slideshow covers: how to wire a plug, the role of the fuse and earth wire, circuit breakers, the heating effect of a current, AC and DC, P=IV, fuse ratings, the definition of electric current, circuit symbols, current and voltage in series and parallel circuits, advantages of series and parallel circuits, V=IR, Ohm's Law, resistors in series and parallel, current-voltage graphs for resistors, bulbs and diodes, what affects the resistance of a thermistor and an LDR, Q=IT, W=QV, static electricity, how gold leaf electroscopes work, how Van De Graaf generators work, uses of static electricity in photocopiers and printers, dangers of static electricity.

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