Science - Circuit

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A science program on disk, Circuit explains how a battery produces an electric current and demonstrates its effect in series and parallel circuits. Lights and breaks are also added to circuit diagrams to show the effect on the flow of current

The program is divided into three segments, a tutorial, an interactive lesson, and a challenging game.

This program was originally published by Acorn Computers Limited and subsidized by the Microelectronics Education Programme for England, Wales, and Northern Ireland (Copyright © C.E.T., 1983). The documentation includes portions that have been reprinted with permission of Longman Group Limited.

Kindly donated by Gary Stephenson.

Platform : Acorn BBC Micro
Format : 5.25" Disk
Publisher : Acorn Computers Corporation
Authors :
Date : 1983
Product Code :

Other Software by Acorn Computers Corporation:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Computer Language - LISP Acorn Computers Corporation Acorn BBC Micro 5.25" Disk 1983
Computer Languages - FORTH Acorn Computers Corporation Acorn BBC Micro 5.25" Disk 1983

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH66835. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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