Simple Circuits - Questions?

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  1. ExHydrogen

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    I'm currently taking Physical Science and our current project in the class is trying to build a circuit that has this criteria:

    1. Five Questions
    2. Five Answers to Each Question
    3. 4 Wrong, 1 Right
    4. Must consist of a switch to turn on each question
    5. If the switch is on one question, the others can't be active
    6. If you select one of the wrong answers, the power from the 1.5 V batteries goes to the buzzer
    7. If you select the right answer, it lights a miniature light.

    Does anyone know how to do this process with just using tin foil, cardboard (As the back of the circuit), and using a switch? I need to have a good understanding of how to complete this project by the ending of this week. If anyone could draw a circuit and show me how this could possibly work, that would be excellent!
     
  2. praondevou

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  3. ExHydrogen

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    Yeah but I can only use one cardboard... not one with every question. This is a great circuit though!
     
  4. ExHydrogen

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    I might actually use a variant of this circuit! Thanks man for taking the time to help me!
     
  5. ErnieM

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    You can build it all on one sheet of cardboard if you change the question "switch" to another probe.
     
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