ASVAB Question of the Week: Dec 11, 2013

This week's ASVAB question tests your knowledge of electrical circuits and theory:

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Answer!

The coulomb is the fundamental unit of electrical charge, an amp or ampere is the measure of the "flow" of electricity (similar to gallons of water per hour in plumbing). One ampere is one coulomb per second.

An ohm is a measure of resistance in a circuit or in a resistor.

Which means that the answer for this question is B - Voltage.