# Ch 56: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Electrical Forces & Fields

As you prepare for the TExES Physics/Mathematics 7-12, review what you know about electrical forces and electrical force fields. Watch these videos to review Coulomb's Law, insulators, conductors and Gauss's Law.

## TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Electrical Forces & Fields - Chapter Summary

To prepare for the Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) Physics/Mathematics 7-12 exam, watch the lesson videos in this chapter on electrical force and fields. In these videos, our expert instructors will help you review material on the laws that govern electrical force, as well as the factors that influence it. After completing this chapter, you should be prepared to answer questions regarding:

• Electrical force fields and diagrams of them
• Repulsive and attractive forces of electrical charges
• Coulomb's Law
• Insulators and conductors
• Gauss's Law

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### TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Electrical Forces & Fields Objectives

Individuals take the TExES Physics/Mathematics 7-12 exam to become certified math and physics teachers in the state of Texas. It is computer-based certification exam made up of 120 multiple-choice questions, and you may take up to five hours for completion. Thirty-nine percent of the exam is on physics and includes some questions on electrical forces and electrical fields. The intent of this chapter is to prepare you for such questions through a series of lesson videos, worksheets and quizzes.

5 Lessons in Chapter 56: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Electrical Forces & Fields
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