## Vocabulary

Volt or voltage-measurement of electricity in terms of pressure symbol (

Amp or ampere: Refers to the rate at which electrons flow, one amp is equal to 6.24 x 10 to the 18th electrons moving past a point in one second. (current symbol (

Resistance: measured in ohms also referred to as impedance. It is the resistance to the flow of electrons. symbol (

re·sis·tor

rəˈzistər/

PHYSICS

**V**) also (**E**)Amp or ampere: Refers to the rate at which electrons flow, one amp is equal to 6.24 x 10 to the 18th electrons moving past a point in one second. (current symbol (

**I**))Resistance: measured in ohms also referred to as impedance. It is the resistance to the flow of electrons. symbol (

**R**)re·sis·tor

rəˈzistər/

*noun*PHYSICS

- a device having a designed resistance to the passage of an electric current.

**VIDEOS**

**CLASS NOTES**

VOLTS:

SYMBOL: (V)

MEASURED IN VOLTS

CURRENT:

SYMBOL: (I)

MEASURED IN AMPERES

RESISTANCE:

SYMBOL: (R)

MEASURED IN OHMS

POWER/WATTS:

SYMBOL: (W)

MEASURED IN WATTS

**OHM'S LAW**

**OHM'S LAW**

**V=I*R**

VOLTS=AMPS X OHMS

VOLTS=AMPS X OHMS

**POWER**

**W=V*A**

WATTS=VOLTS X AMPS

**POWER**

WATTS=VOLTS X AMPS