Learners will test their ability to read a depth micrometer in this interactive quiz.
By Terry Bartelt
In this learning activity you'll describe the operation of an AND gate by using a truth table, a waveform diagram, a Boolean Algebra equation, a switch analogy, and a written definition.
Pulse Train Fundamentals: Practice Problem #4
By Patrick Hoppe
In this interactive object, learners determine the pulse width, period, duty cycle, and frequency of a waveform.
Students look at the power dissipated by a single gate and by an IC. The concept of average current draw is introduced and examples are provided.
Sequencer Output Instruction for the SLC-500 PLC
By Craig Hemken
Learners examine the fundamental concepts of sequencer output instruction. A simulated example shows a sequencer in operation.
Voltmeter Circuit Connections
Students read a step-by-step approach on how to connect a voltmeter to a circuit when making a measurement.
Analog Ammeter Operation
Students examine the procedure to measure current with an analog ammeter. The use of Function and Range switches is explored along with reading the needle position on the meter scale. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Basic Symbols Used in Engineering Drawings
By Kelly Curran, Glenn Sokolowski
Learners examine the drawing symbols used for counterbore, countersink, spotface, radius, diameter, and depth. In the quiz that completes the activity, they associate these symbols with machining applications.
Reading a Triple Beam Balance
By Jill Crowder
Students identify the parts of a triple beam balance and practice measuring the mass of objects.
Steel Rules Test
By Kelly Curran
In this learning activity you'll test your knowledge of the different types of steel rules as well as how to use and read them correctly.
The learner will practice reading a Vernier caliper.
Common Core Math Vocabulary
Are you as smart as a fourth grader? Test your basic Common Core Math vocabulary and find out!
Unit Conversion in the Metric and English Systems: Length
You'll practice converting between units of measure for length in the metric and English measurement systems.
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