# Shc Electricity No 1

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A very simple quiz on basic DC Electricity Concepts for NCEA Level 2 Physics in New Zealand

• 1.
What is the unit for Current?
• A.

Ampere

• B.

Voltage

• C.

Watts

• D.

Ohms

• E.

Coulombs

• 2.
What is the unit for electrical resistance?
• A.

Ampere

• B.

Volts

• C.

Watts

• D.

Ohms

• E.

Coulombs

• 3.
What is the unit for Electrical Charge
• A.

Ampere

• B.

Volts

• C.

Watts

• D.

Ohms

• E.

Coulombs

• 4.
What is the unit for Voltage
• A.

Ampere

• B.

Volts

• C.

Watts

• D.

Ohms

• E.

Coulombs

• 5.
Select the best definition for current.
• A.

Number of Ohms past a point per second.

• B.

Number of Volts past a point per second.

• C.

Number of Coulombs past a point per second.

• D.

Number of Amperes past a point per second.

• E.

Number of Joules past a point per second.

• 6.
Select the best defiintion for Voltage.
• A.

The number of Amperes per Coulomb

• B.

The number of Joules per Coulomb

• C.

The number of Ohms per Coulomb

• D.

The number of Watts per Coulomb

• E.

The number of Volts per Coulomb

• 7.
Fill in the blank. A resistor that follows Ohms Law is called an ________________ resistor.
• 8.
Which equation below is the correct one for Ohms Law
• A.

R = V I

• B.

I = V R

• C.

V = I R

• D.

V = I / R

• E.

R = I / V

• 9.
Fill in the blank. If the temperature of a resistor increases, then its resistance will _________________  (increase / stay the same / decrease )
• 10.
Fill in the blank. If the cross sectional area of a resistor increases, then its resistance will _________________  (increase / stay the same / decrease )