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utilizing an issue fixing, severe pondering method, this e-book follows and suits the necessities of the one nationally famous automobile academic certification application within the US; i.e., The nationwide car Technicians schooling origin (NATEF). The fundamentals of electrical energy, magnetism, circuits, Ohm's legislations, electronics and all the significant electric and digital platforms on cutting-edge automobiles and light-weight vehicles. Automotive Technicians.
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A. A only b. B only c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B 7. What people discovered electricity? a. The Italians b. The Germans c. The Greeks d. The Irish 8. Technician A says batteries produce direct current from a chemical reaction. Technician B says that an electrolyte is a chemical solution of water and hydrochloric acid that will conduct electricity. Who is right? a. A only b. B only c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B 9. Two technicians are discussing thermoelectricity. Technician A says applying heat to the connection point of two dissimilar metals can create electron flow (electricity).
Opposite electrical charges always attract one another; so particles or objects with opposite charges tend to move toward each other unless something opposes the Unlike and like charges of a magnet. attraction. Like electrical charges always repel; particles and objects with like charges tend to move away from each other unless the repelling force is opposed. In its normal state, an atom has the same number of electrons as it does protons. This means the atom is electrically neutral or balanced because there are exactly as many negative charges as there are positive charges.
An element c. A molecule d. An ion 5. Technician A says the battery provides electricity by releasing free electrons. Technician B says the battery stores energy in a chemical form. Who is right? a. A only b. B only c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B 6. Static electricity is being discussed. Technician A says that static electricity is electricity in motion. Technician B says an electrostatic charge can build up on the surface of your body. Who is right? a. A only b. B only c. Both A and B d. Neither A nor B 7.