Solutions to Frame 26
Five review questions follow Frames 28 through 32).
IMPORTANT! ANSWER THESE REVIEW QUESTIONS
CAREFULLY. CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
Solution to Frame 27
If an atom GAINS electrons so that it has more electrons
than protons, it is then (negative/positively) charged.
Go on to the next step
Solution to Frame 28
If an atom loses electrons so that it has more protons than
electrons, it is then (negatively/positively) charged.
Solution to Frame 29
Unlike charges (attract/repel) each other.
Solution to Frame 30
Like charges (attract/repel) each other.
Solution to Frame 31
If an uncharged atom loses electrons, it becomes
Solutions to Frame 32
Now that you know something about the fundamentals of the positively
atom, you are ready to learn about conductors, voltage,
current, and resistance. By the end of this part of the lesson,
you will be able to analyze an electric circuit.