why does an electric cell have two terminals

An  electric  cell  has  two  terminals,  one  negative  and  one  positive,  because,  current  cannot  pass  to  only  one  side.  It  can  only  travel  through  two  opposite  sides.

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An electric cell has two terminals, one negative and one positive, because, current cannot pass to only one side. It can only travel through two opposite sides.

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An electric cell has two terminals, one negative and one positive, because, current cannot pass to only one side. It can only travel through two opposite sides.

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k why are you writing the answer again you can simply give a thumbs up to the first answer .

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to form an electric circuit two terminals are required
it is being closed and electric current passes through it

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so the instrument could have more power to work

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For the completion of an electric circuit two terminals are required . That is the reason why cells have  two terminals to allow the current to pass and complete the circuit so that the device works .

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A cell has two terminals positive and negative termina and current passes through positive terminal to negative terminal and current cannot pass only from one side.It can travel through two opposite sides.
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