2.8 recall that mains electricity is alternating current and understand the difference between this and the direct current supplied by a cell / battery

Alternating Current (A.C) – Causes the current to change direction continuously. Alternating power supplies is the power that supplies countries and cities

Direct Current (D.C) – Causes the electricity to flow in one direction. Direct power supplies charges things like cells and batteries.

 

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