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When a switch is closed to operate a DC circuit, the electrons that cause the current a) travel from the negative plate of the battery to the positive plate. b) travel from the positive plate of the battery to the negative plate. c) travel from one resistance to the next resistance. d) travel from the negative plate of the battery to the positive plate inside the battery. e) travel from one atom in the circuit to the next atom. Please provide the answer with explanation

When a switch is closed to operate a DC circuit, the electrons that cause the current
a)travel from the negative plate of the battery to the positive plate.
b)travel from the positive plate of the battery to the negative plate.
c)travel from one resistance to the next resistance.
d)travel from the negative plate of the battery to the positive plate inside the battery.
e)travel from one atom in the circuit to the next atom.
Please provide the answer with explanation
 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Aziz Alam IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 233 Points
6 years ago
The direction of current is from positive terminal to negative terminal via the conductor. This implies that electrons move from negative terminal to positive terminal via the conductor. While inside the battery it will obviously travel from positive plate plate to negative plate.

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