i have a nice question today

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by bilalo, Oct 31, 2015.

  1. bilalo

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    hi
    i have a nice question today
    is the thyerstor as a control circuit positive or negative feed back and why?
    i hope you help me and thnk's.
     
  2. shteii01

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  3. bilalo

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    thank you:):):)
     
  4. dl324

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    Guiding students to answers is generally preferred. They're likely to retain the information longer if they have to work to get it...
     
  5. JoeJester

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    I'd give shtell01 points for providing a reference. If the TS paid attention to the menu on that site, they will check it before asking another question here. They might get confirmation or clarity here, but they will look a little deeper prior to coming here ... at least that's my hope.
     
  6. dl324

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    That's the problem as I see it. OP didn't say what they had done to research the problem. S/he simply asked for an answer and got one. If they won't bother to try to do a Google search and go through the results to find something that makes sense, or doesn't, before asking for assistance; they're just looking for someone to do their homework for them. We shouldn't do that...

    The OP wouldn't even make the effort to craft a meaningful title...
     
  7. WBahn

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    Perhaps the TS can simply have you do all of their homework for them.
     
  8. shteii01

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    It is just google.
     
  9. dl324

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    We know. The real problem is that the OP didn't even expend the effort to Google it...
     
  10. WBahn

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    That being the case, then it might be better to give them a phrase worth Googling and let them at least try to go from there.
     
  11. JoeJester

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    Here's something I posted on another forum ...

    Short course on searching

    +word means word must be on the page.
    +"phrase" means phrase must be on page. Don't forget the quotations.
    - word means you don't want to see that word on the page.
    -"phrase" means you don't want to see that phrase on the page. Don't forget the quotations.

    Use in any combination you desire.

    Example:

    I googled these two words on 7/13/2015 with the following results:

    colpitts oscillator returns 108,000 results
    +colpitts +oscillator returns 108,000 results this is the defacto standard
    +"colpitts oscillator" returns 85,400 results
    +colpitts -oscillator returns 8 results
    -colpitts +oscillator returns 487 results


    I learned this lesson from the AltaVista search engine in the pre-google days. There are more shortcuts found at google ... https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/2466433?hl=en

    Share shamelessly.
     
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  12. Hypatia's Protege

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    I dunno -- seems to me the cited text is a perspective of the internal operation of a thyristor --- as opposed to its function as a circuit element -- But then maybe that's what the TS was asking...

    Perhaps ambiguous and otherwise poorly couched language should be addressed prior to supplying technical assistance in 'Homework'? -- In my experience clarity of speech and comprehension are handmaidens...

    Best regards
    HP
     
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