Students answer 10 questions in a sample exam. This exercise covers number systems, number conversion, logic gates, and combinational design. Feedback is provided.
Students read about the six common terms used to represent the powers of ten in the field of electronics and complete two matching exercises.
Students solve five problems to determine the total impedance of a series-parallel circuit. Immediate feedback is given.
In this animated object, learners follow a process for troubleshooting digital integrated circuits on a printed circuit board using a logic probe.
Learners are introduced to primary and secondary batteries. Examples are given.
In this learning activity you'll practice calculating the between the binary number system and the decimal number system.
This animated object allows students to examine the four steps used to reduce a complex circuit to a simple series circuit.
Students read how to determine the total impedance of a parallel circuit using complex numbers. The "J" term is used in the calculations.
Learners review Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and work six practice problems. Feedback is given.
In this interactive activity, students read about the colored stripes on a resistor and interpret the placement of those colors to determine the value of four-band resistors.
Students analyze the eight single variable Boolean theorems and their expressions.
Students solve six problems for series impedance using complex numbers. Immediate feedback is given.
Students work six practice problems to determine the total impedance of a parallel circuit.
Learners examine a series-parallel circuit and solve 14 problems related to voltage, current, and power. A help screen is provided.
In this learning activity you'll review the process of solving for the total resistance in a series DC circuit.
In this learning activity you'll determine the total resistance in a DC parallel circuit.
Learners read a description of inductors and view examples of inductors in series and in parallel.
In this interactive object, students calculate inductive reactance, impedance, current, and power in parallel RL circuits.
Students read an explanation of power factor correction. Examples of both inductive and capacitive loads are given.
In this learning activity you'll practice using the 4-input truth table.