We can summarize this resistor tutorial section and what we have learnt as follows:
Itotal = I1 = I2 = I3 …. etc
Vtotal = V1 + V2 + V3 …. etc
VS = V1 = V2 = V3 …. etc
Itotal = I1 + I2 + I3 …. etc
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find the overall capacitance &individual voltage drops across two capacitor each with capacitance 470nF,&1microF respectively in series when they are connected to AC voltage.
please !!!!!!!!!!!!provide me full answer step by step.
calculate the equivalent capacitance in series and parallel when three capacitors having capacitance 31F ,35F, 36F respectively.
If you read the correct tutorial about Capacitors in Series and Capacitors in Parallel, you would be able to do this yourself.
Can someone please tell me that how does a rheostat control the amount of current in a circuit?
You can find more info here about Rheosats
i learn a lot of things in this tutorial… thanks guys….
this page is of great help to me,.now, i can study in my own time w/the help of this page even w/o going to electronics/vocational school….thanks a lot…
i can design one circuit but how much of resistor value used i don’t no please tell me
u wil only one resister
R (ohms) = Voltage/Current, (R = V/I). If you know the voltage across the resistor and the current expected to flow through it you can calculate the required resistance.
Today in my tutorial i got resistor basics very well and i want to review my knowledge of electronics as i worked for about 20 years as electronics technician and in coming days going to search another job as electronics technician.
I want to study about electronics. I want to purse my goal to become a technician in the future. I am a hearing-impared person and am 48 years old. I have not completely finished this courses in the colleges and not getting it successfully. I want to learn what the electronics work.
Hello Philip, Everything you need to learn Electronics is right here. Good look with your studies.
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