You'll learn to round decimal numbers to the given place value.
Students read an explanation of "superposition" as a technique for ac circuit analysis. Complex numbers are used.
Put the names of these numbers in order!
Learners explore the use of complex numbers through a series AC circuit analysis problem. The steps are compared to the graphical method of finding circuit impedance and the phase angle.
You'll practice rounding decimal numbers.
Learners use this interactive and animated object to examine the use of binary numbers in a programmable logic controller. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Learners examine the occurrence of overflow and underflow conditions in a programmable logic controller. It is recommended that users view the learning object “Signed Binary Numbers” in advance of this object.
Students read the rules used in multiplying and dividing signed numbers. They view examples and work practice problems.
Change each improper fraction to mixed numbers or whole numbers in the available time. Once you get bingo the game ends.
Students read an explanation of the Voltage Divider Rule with complex numbers. Examples are given.
Learners follow the steps for adding and subtracting signed numbers and complete practice exercises.
Students read how to organize their work when multiplying more than two signed numbers. A review and practice problems complete the activity.
Learners study the types of information letters and numbers placed inside general piping and instrumentation diagram symbols.
Students view a demonstration of the Current Divider Rule with the use of complex numbers. Examples are given.
This primer introduces the student to the correct method of entering complex numbers into a TI-86 calculator.
This primer introduces the student to the correct method of using complex reciprocals in a TI-86 calculator. The solution of total impedance of a parallel circuit in rectangular form is shown.
You'll determine which of two options is the correct choice for rounding a given number to the nearest tenth, hundredth, or thousandth.
In this learning activity you'll use a chart and a calculator to find prime numbers 1 and 100.