Learners apply lever ratios to calculate the mechanical advantage in basic mechanisms.
Assembling a Circuit from a Schematic Diagram
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated object, students examine the steps for wiring an electrical circuit from reading a schematic diagram.
The TI-83 Plus Calculator: Using the Exponent Function
By Patrick Hoppe
This primer introduces the student to the proper use of the "EE" function to perform calculations on very large or very small numbers.
GD&T - The Feature Control Frame
By Glenn Sokolowski
In this interactive object, learners examine geometric characteristic symbols, tolerances, datum feature symbols, and other control frame information. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Op Amps 5: Non-Inverting Amplifier Circuit Resistance
By Todd Van De Hey
The learner will calculate basic circuit resistance.
Manufacturing PPE Mini-Sim
By Excelsior College
This activity is a simulation that allows the learner to practice personal protective equipment tasks.
Job Tasks Three Phase Motor Overheating
In this simulation, the learner must perform a series of job tasks in the role of an electrical mechanical technician conducting maintenance operations.
Financial Statement Analysis
By Lynette Teal
Learners read the definitions of working capital, current ratio, quick ratio, return on equity, accounts receivable turnover, and inventory turnover.
An Inductor Opposing a Current Change
Learners read how an inductor opposes a current change when it begins to energize and when it begins to de-energize. A short quiz completes the activity.
The Magnetic Circuit
Learners compare electromagnetic quantities with the voltage, current, and resistance quantities of an electrical circuit. A brief quiz completes the object.
Standards: 5.P3U1.4 and 3-PS2-1
Ratio Review Game
This math review game is focusing on ratio and percent problems. This is to help prepare for the 6th grade math EOG.
Unit 3 Test Review
Conservation of Energy
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