Learners convert a number from standard form to engineering notation.
A Sample DC/AC I Exam
By Patrick Hoppe
Students complete a sample exam for DC/AC I. It provides an overview of the material presented in the course.
Capacitor/Inductor: An Auto Analogy
By Roger Brown
Learners compare the experience of driving an auto to the circuit responses of RL (resistance/inductance) circuits and RC (resistance/capacitance) circuits. Acceleration, position, speed, and torque are graphed.
Ungrouped Numerical Frequency Distributions
By Thomas Pomykalski
Learners follow the steps required to construct an ungrouped frequency distribution using either manual methods or a spreadsheet.
Crank Rocker Velocity
By James Bourassa
In this animated and interactive object, learners use rotational input velocity to determine the linear output velocity of a rocker or lever. Learners test their knowledge in an exercise at the end of the activity.
The Vertical Portion of the Sine Wave
By Terry Bartelt
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.
Learners observe animations showing how data is converted between serial and parallel flow.
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.
Voltage Sources in Series
In this learning activity you'll explore the effect of connecting voltage sources in series to increase voltage applied to a load.
Rounding to the Correct Decimal Place
You'll choose the number that is rounded to the correct decimal place: whole, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth.
The Op Amp Non-Inverting Amplifier Configuration
You'll practice calculating circuit gain and output voltage for the non-inverting amplifier.
Rounding Decimal Numbers - 2 Choices (Set 2)
You'll determine which of two options is the correct choice for rounding a given number to the nearest tenth, hundredth, or thousandth.
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