The learner will represent very large and very small numbers in engineering notation.
The TI-86 Calculator: The Mode Function (Setting Up Your TI-86)
By Patrick Hoppe
Learners read how to set up a TI-86 calculator. The process is demonstrated and examples are given.
The IR Comp Network
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated activity, learners examine the circuitry in a DC variable speed drive that keeps the motor running at a constant speed as the load varies.
DC/AC I: Unit 5 Sample Exam
Learners answer 14 questions about series-parallel DC circuits.
Transistor Fundamentals: JFET Amplifiers
Students read an explanation of the common-source and source-follower amplifiers. Gain formulas are developed and an example is given.
The Vertical Portion of the Sine Wave
In this animated lesson, learners examine sine waves and alternating current. A brief quiz completes the object.
The Horizontal Portion of the Sine Wave
In this animated object, learners examine cycles, frequency, Hertz, wavelengths, and periods. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Abbreviations Representing Electrical Quantities
In this learning activity you'll identify abbreviations that represent quantities associated with electrical circuits.
How Current Requires Voltage
This learning activity uses a water pressure analogy to present the concept that voltage pressure is required to cause current flow.
How Adding Parallel Branches Decreases Total Resistance
In this animated object, learners follow an analogy of water flowing through pipes and valves to see how resistance decreases in a parallel circuit as branches are added.
Properties of Exponents: Multiplication Rule - Set 2
You'll practice solving problems using the rule for multiplying powers with the same base.
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.
The Op Amp Non-Inverting Amplifier Configuration
You'll practice calculating circuit gain and output voltage for the non-inverting amplifier.
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