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On a voltage-current graph, current is always on the x axis - False, The voltage-current graph for a filament lamp can be described as an 'S' shape - True, A diode allows flow of electrons in all directions - False, A filament lamp allows electrical energy to be converted to light energy - True, A fixed resistor only allows a certain amount of current through - True, A Voltage current graph for a diode does not have a value for current in the negative area - True, To calculate voltage, you do resistance divided by current - False, To calculate current, you do voltage divided by resistance - True, A fixed resistor has the following symbol - True,

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