# Neat Ohms law sticker

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by maxpower097, Nov 11, 2011.

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2. ### jimkeith Active Member

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Get rich quick!

3. ### djsfantasi AAC Fanatic!

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States right on the sticker that is is copryrighted 2007 by TxxP.com

4. ### t06afre AAC Fanatic!

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I am quite sure I first saw that wheel long time before 2007. So if you strip of the graphic it should be OK.

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7. ### maxpower097 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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The color, shape, and logo are copyrighted, the laws are not. You could design your own chart. Hell I'll whip you guys up a desktop.

8. ### maxpower097 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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Heres some basic ones I whipped up for yah. If you guys want to make a big forumla chart or what have you. I'd be happy to do the graphics and design work.

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9. ### maxpower097 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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The key is these are stickers to buy to put around your workstation. Sure images are easy to find and get. But a stickers a little but more then a jpg.

10. ### Georacer Moderator

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Not really. Sticker A4 paper is quite common. You can print on it and cut it around.

11. ### Wendy Moderator

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I keep a roll of carpet tape around myself. It is double sided, and extremely tough. You can attach it anything, and make a label out of it.

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13. ### thatoneguy AAC Fanatic!

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Scotch 77 spray adhesive. Makes anything a sticker, a little permanent though, so if you print out that chart on an ink jet, be sure to spray it with Fixative (from an art store, best choice), or clear paint ( second choice, may cause colors to bleed if put on too thick).

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No need for a sticker. Just learn that the definition of resistance is voltage divided by current. Use algebra to get the other forms.

Basic physics tells us that the change in kinetic energy of a charge q "falling" through a potential V is qV. Thus,

$\Delta (Energy) = i \Delta t V$

Divide by $\Delta t$ and take the limit to get P = Vi. Derive other forms via algebra.

Good -- just saved a tree. Oh, OK -- if you need the chart, write it on the wall with a felt pen.

15. ### #12 Expert

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I could swear I saw that labeled as "wire wheel" in the 1970's.
(Not with the background drawing and the color.)
I can never remember all the variations of those 2 equasions.
I think I'll print this and tape it to my workbench.
Thank you.

16. ### maxpower097 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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Not if you wanna use shiny foil in it and stamp it in cool novelty shapes.

17. ### gerty AAC Fanatic!

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Here's one drawn up by one of my students

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