Subject: Why are flashlights always made with the bulb at the + end of the battery?
Date: Mon Feb 22 15:40:35 1999
Posted by Darren Green
Grade level: K-3
School: Jefferson Elementary
City: Glendive State/Province: MT
Area of science: Engineering
I can take a piece of wire and a flashlight bulb and hook it up
on a battery and make it light up. It doesn't matter if I put
the bulb at the + end of the battery or at the - end of the
battery. So, why are all the flashlights at my house made with
the bulb placed at the + end?
Re: Why are flashlights always made with the bulb at the + end of the battery?
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