Dear Members,
I have just begun to learn electronics and I have run into a confusion already.
How V, Volt can be divided by A, Ampere and then a third unit O, Ohm obtained. Shouldnt the Units be same?
From the background in maths I have, which isn't very high, I knew that only similar UNITS are valid for division, multiplication, etc.
I think we were required to convert to similar units and then do operations.
Can anyone you please help me find what I am missing. I am open to learning and have also started looking at K. A. Stroud's Engineering Maths.
Thanks,
Dutta.
I have just begun to learn electronics and I have run into a confusion already.
How V, Volt can be divided by A, Ampere and then a third unit O, Ohm obtained. Shouldnt the Units be same?
From the background in maths I have, which isn't very high, I knew that only similar UNITS are valid for division, multiplication, etc.
I think we were required to convert to similar units and then do operations.
Can anyone you please help me find what I am missing. I am open to learning and have also started looking at K. A. Stroud's Engineering Maths.
Thanks,
Dutta.
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