MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
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MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
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MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
Jacobi wrote:MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
Well, it depends.
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Take your pick.
MattChina wrote:Jacobi wrote:MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
Well, it depends.
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Take your pick.
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MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
PM2017 wrote:MattChina wrote:What is the difference of total resistance of a circuit with 3 resistors of 6 ohms each arranged in a series vs parallel?
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UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Give a real-world function of a capacitor.
mdv2o5 wrote:UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Give a real-world function of a capacitor.
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If the above answer is acceptable, what does it mean for breakdown to occur in a pn junction?
UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Yep.
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mdv2o5 wrote:UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Yep.
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Looks good! Zener and Avalanche breakdown might also be good things to look up just in case.
UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:mdv2o5 wrote:UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Yep.
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Looks good! Zener and Avalanche breakdown might also be good things to look up just in case.
All right, great!
What is the RMS voltage of a sinusoidal wave alternating between 40 and -40 V? Why is this useful? How does this change if you consider a square wave which is 40 V half of the time and -40 V the other half?
Jacobi wrote:UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:mdv2o5 wrote:
Looks good! Zener and Avalanche breakdown might also be good things to look up just in case.
All right, great!
What is the RMS voltage of a sinusoidal wave alternating between 40 and -40 V? Why is this useful? How does this change if you consider a square wave which is 40 V half of the time and -40 V the other half?
You know, we don't need to know AC.
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