I am doing some circuit revision and ohms law stuff and I have forgotten my units, I calculate the current through a resistor with voltage divided by resistance but is my result in amps, milliamps or microamps?
Neil.
Neil.
Just track the units as you go.I am doing some circuit revision and ohms law stuff and I have forgotten my units, I calculate the current through a resistor with voltage divided by resistance but is my result in amps, milliamps or microamps?
Neil.
Merely 16 equations to do something the rest of us do in our heads? I don't think that's simplifying it.I wanted you to see each step and that there is nothing very difficult involved.
I agree he will be doing it shortly by inspection. It also reminded me of the prefix tables and knowing the values of going from one to another, Sometimes I'd use scientific notation vice prefixes.Merely 16 equations to do something the rest of us do in our heads? I don't think that's simplifying it.
Look on the bright side, Neil. You will be doing this in your head in about 3 days.
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