I have a few questions regarding the Circuit Lab test for C division. What types of capacitors will we need to know about? Is it just parallel plate capacitors or also cylindrical, spherical, etc.? What do we need to know regarding AC Circuits? Will we be asked to do calculations on AC Circuits regarding the voltage, current, or information pertaining to capacitors in the circuit, etc.? Do we need to know anything about inductors and inductance?
Not official, just my opinion:
All capacitors are fair to be tested
Know characteristics of AC, but you should not have to know AC circuit analysis. Essentially, I would expect to get tested on anything as long as it doesnt involve calculations with phasors. However, you may still need to know concepts with AC circuits, such as behavior with a capacitor.
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