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Electricity Quizzes & Trivia

You’re sitting in your room doing your homework or reading a book or just having dinner in the kitchen and suddenly it goes off. It is one of the most important parts of our modern-day society and yet you don’t really appreciate its existence until you lose it. Electricity makes our lives so much better that it has become an integral part. But just how much do you actually know about electricity? Do you know enough to answer an entire quiz?

Let’s see how you deal with a few samples: What are the five basic types of physics due to which electricity occurs? What are the two main uses for electricity in electrical engineering? What are the two types of electric charges? Get all of them right and everyone will have a shock.
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    A simple device that opens and closes an electrical unit is called a(an):



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    An electrical appliance has a resistance of 25 Ω. When this electrical appliance is connected to a 230 V supply line, the current passing through it will be:

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    _____________ is/are fundamental to the automobile.

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    Receiving an electric shock from a doorknob is an example of ____________.

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    In a wave, the number of oscillations per second is its
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