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Make a neat little game using a simple circuit.
For this project you will need some wire, electrical tape, a 9 volt battery, and a light or buzzer. I chose to use an LED light, but a buzzer would p...
Cut a few pieces of wire. The lengths need to be as follows: 4", 14", and 16". Strip the ends of the 4" piece. On the 14" piece, strip one end norma...
Take the LED (or buzzer) and attach the smallest wire to one side and the 14" wire to the other side. Then take the small wire and attach the other e...
If you haven't already guessed, the point of the game is to move the loop around the bended wire. Depending on how your bends are and how big the loo...
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Posted:Jul 25, 2006
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