Circuits

Additional problems - The behavior of voltage, current and resistance will be analyzed in series circuits.
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The behavior of voltage, current and resistance will be analyzed in parallel circuits. The power dissipated in parallel circuits will also be compared with the power dissipated in series circuits.
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The behavior of voltage, current and resistance will be analyzed in series circuits.
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In this problem set, voltages and currents in resistor nets shaped like the platonic solids are deduced using knowledge about parallel and series circuits.
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A guided explanation of potential differences and how they can be used in solving a series of increasingly convoluted electrical circuits.
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The effect short circuits and switches have on complicated circuits involving resistors in series and parallel will be explored.
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