A stick welder melts metal with the heat from _________.
An electric current.
Applied pressure.
A fuel-burning torch.
Electromagnetic forces.
Detailed Explanation
A stick welder is used in electric-arc welding. This is a process that uses an electric current to form an arc between the machine's electrode and the metals to be joined; the heat from the current melts both the electrode and the base metals.
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