Learners review the fundamental laws of algebra including the commutative law of addition, the commutative law of multiplication, the associative law of addition, the associative law of multiplication, and the distributive law. Examples are given.
In this learning activity you'll apply the Law of Sines in the solution on an oblique triangle when provided with two angles and the side opposite one of the angles.
Learners test their knowledge of the variations of Watt's Law and Ohm's Law with this quiz.
Learners review Ohm's Law and then work 12 problems. In each of the problems, students are given two of the three variables (voltage, resistance, or current) and are asked to solve for the third.
In this interactive object, learners use the Law of Cosines to calculate forces.
In this animated object, students examine the concept of wattage dissipation and the three Watt's Law formulas.
Learners apply the principles associated with Boyle’s Law.
In this interactive and animated object, learners apply the Law of Cosines to determine forces using a TI-86 calculator.
Learners apply the Law of Cosines to determine forces using a TI-36X calculator in this animated object.
Learners review Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and work six practice problems. Feedback is given.
Learners review Ohm's Law and work 12 problems. In each of the problems, students are given two of the three variables (voltage, resistance, or current) and are asked to solve for the third.
Students view a demonstration of Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) using complex numbers with respect to ac.
In this interactive and animated object, learners apply the Law of Sines to determine forces using a TI-86 calculator.
Learners follow a timeline of the criminal law process, clicking on the steps to read descriptions of them. A quiz completes the activity.
Students read a definition of Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and view examples of its use.
In this interactive object, students use the Law of Sines to calculate forces.
Learners combine Boyle's Law and Charles's Law to solve for the pressure, volume, and temperature of a gas sample under two sets of conditions.
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