Learners use trigonometry to calculate angular input forces involving Class 2 mechanical levers.
In this interactive object, learners read an introduction to Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 levers and then take a quiz.
In this learning activity, you'll watch an animated explanation of the terms class and object as used by computer programmers, and then contrast the differences.
Learners follow steps to establish class boundaries and tally the data using a spreadsheet.
In this interactive object, students view an animated depiction of Class 1 levers. A matching quiz completes the activity.
Learners read about the process of dividing industrial goods into the categories of entering, foundation, and facilitating.
Students read about the three main classes of amplifiers and view graphical representations of the collector current and circuit.
In this learning activity you'll discover how C#, attributes provide a way of associating data with an object in two forms - Fields and Properties.
In this animated object, learners examine the different types of joints and their movements.
In this interactive object, students view an animated depiction of Class 2 levers. A matching quiz completes the activity.
In this interactive object, students view an animated depiction of Class 3 levers. A matching quiz completes the activity.
Students examine an Excel spreadsheet to determine range, class, and width.
In this activity, you'll identify what constitutes harassment and discrimination of a protected class member.
In this interactive object, learners match Mandarin Chinese vocabulary words to items found in a classroom.
In this animated object, learners examine automated manufacturing systems classified as motion control, batch process control, and continuous process control.
In this interactive object, learners match Spanish vocabulary words to items found in a classroom.
Learners examine the accounting equation and classify accounts into the appropriate categories in drag-and-drop exercises.
Instructors who will be teaching in an Interactive Television classroom can use this activity to familiarize themselves with the various equipment options available in these rooms. A matching activity is used as a self-assessment.
Students read about foods that are high in nutrients compared to the number of calories. They identify if certain foods have high or low nutrient density.
In this animated object, learners examine the two types of optical encoders used in automation applications: incremental and absolute. A brief quiz completes the activity.