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Parts of a Complete Circuit?

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There are four main parts of a complete circuit. The voltage or current source is the main part. In a simple circuit this would be a battery. The load is the second part, which transmits signals to the rest of the circuit. Next is the conductors. The conductors control the currents flowing through the circuit and regulate the path for the currents. Lastly is the closed path. The closed path, or switch in some cases, turns the power on and off.
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