1. Calculate the electric load for a simple linear circuit having a source voltage of 9 volts and two resistors in series, each of 330 ohms. The second resistor has a lead that goes
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I am not an electrical guy.but since this question was left unanswered.i'll just put in some nonsense! For AC Load: VxIxPF (V=VoltageRequired, I=Current Required, PF=Power Factor)
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1. Write down the formula for speed. Speed is a function of distance over time. Therefore, to determine your speed, you need to divide the distance you travel by the amount of time
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1. Check the label on your heater to find out the wattage. If your heater lists watts outright, you can use this number to calculate heating costs. If not, you'll need to calculate
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