Above is the house and the circuit diagrams
1: if one light bulb has no screw then the electricity will not be able to go back to the battery and the circuit will not work.
2: if one light bulb is unscrewed in the parallel circuit than the others will have no problem lighting up.
3: The series light bulb is more intense then the parallel light bulbs.
4: If one light bulb is unscrewed in the parallel part in the question #3 circuit then the intensity is the same. I checked using the voltmeter and they were the same voltage
5: On the project I handled some of the circuits and helped with the house diagram. I could have done better by setting reminders for bringing materials
For my project I asked myself: Are there any circuits I don’t understand? The answer was I did not understand complex circuits.
Using safari I had found my solution, complex circuits are a combination of series and parallel circuits.
The source is Henderson, T. (n.d.). Combination Circuits. Retrieved December 15, 2018, from http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/circuits/Lesson-4/Combination-Circuits, Date not found
To authenticate the site I looked at other sites to see if they said the same thing and these sites did.
The challenge was a success though I could have done even more research to improve further.
Our collaboration could have been a lot better on my side.