Nikola Tesla & George Westinghouse

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1. Nikola Tesla is associated with which electrical supply system?

2. Which was invented by George Westinghouse?

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About this Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, you'll assess your recollection of the important inventions and accomplishments of Tesla and Westinghouse. You'll also review facts about the history of electricity.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With this quiz and worksheet, you'll:

  • Review your knowledge of the invention of the incandescent light bulb
  • Revisit different electrical supply systems
  • Recall what George Westinghouse invented
  • Assess your understanding of the War of Currents

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - recall the history of electricity use
  • Reading comprehension - check your ability to recall the influence that Tesla and Westinghouse had on the electric industry
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge of the War of Currents to answer questions

Additional Learning

If you'd like to review electricity and those who contributed to the area, read the provided lesson, Nikola Tesla & George Westinghouse. You'll cover:

  • The beginning of electrification
  • Nikola Tesla's contributions
  • The major accomplishments of George Westinghouse
  • What the War of Currents refers to
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