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Magnetics AC Power Generation

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Learners examine an animation that shows how an AC voltage is produced as an armature rotates within a magnetic field. Ten review questions complete the learning object.

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question 4 is wonky. what's "voltage current"? also this website: http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/28036/in-an-alternating-current-do-electrons-flow-from-the-source-to-the-device suggests that in fact the "current" in AC does move back and forth, quickly.

Posted by Paul Konasewich on 6/1/2013 12:33:07 AM Reply

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