# Electronics S1W3: Learn to Calculate Watts, Volts and Amps

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## Course Description

You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel.

Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics.

This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours.

## Who this course is for:

- This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work.
- Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers.

## Course content

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## Instructor

College teacher for:

- Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access)

- Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards)

Ten years employed as computer programmer.

Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology.

Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics

Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies.

## Expected Outcomes

- At the end of this course, students will be able to: Properly use the Ohm's Law Triangle. Understand the relationship between Watts and power. Be able to use the Ohm's Law Wheel to solve electronics problems whenever two of the four circuit measurements are known. Understand the difference between direct and inverse proportionality. Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Properly use the Ohm's Law Triangle. Understand the relationship between Watts and power. Be able to use the Ohm's Law Wheel to solve electronics problems whenever two of the four circuit measurements are known. Understand the difference between direct and inverse proportionality. Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Understand the relationship between Watts and power. Be able to use the Ohm's Law Wheel to solve electronics problems whenever two of the four circuit measurements are known. Understand the difference between direct and inverse proportionality. Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Be able to use the Ohm's Law Wheel to solve electronics problems whenever two of the four circuit measurements are known. Understand the difference between direct and inverse proportionality. Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Understand the difference between direct and inverse proportionality. Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Be able to convert very large and very small numbers into Scientific Notation. Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();
- Correctly identify the number of significant digits in any number. Requirements Students need no prerequisite knowledge for this course except basic math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Description You will become proficient in using the basic tools to perfore necessary calculations in the analysis of an electronic circuit. You will use given quantities of volts, amps, ohms or watts to calculate the other characteristics of simple electronic circuits. To do this, you will be taught the proper use of a tool called the Ohm's Law Wheel. Additional topics include Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, Significant Digits and Rounding Off numbers. This will introduce you to how electronics professionals, hobbyists and engineers deal with the mathematics of electronics. This course provides you with eleven video presentations lasting more than 2-1/2 hours. Who this course is for: This course emphasizes the use of simple tools; the Ohm's Law Triangles and the Ohm's Law Wheel, to accurately calculate any of the characteristics such as voltage, current, resistance or power in an electrical or electronic circuit. Students, hobbyists and those thinking of a career in electronics will all find benefits in learning how electronic circuits work. Additional topics for this class include: Watts and Power, Scientific Notation, How to identify significant digits and how to correctly round off numbers. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 11 lectures • 2h 35m total length Expand all sections Using the Ohm's Law Triangle 1 lecture • 12min Using the Ohm's Law Triangle and Circle to Solve Basic Electronic Problems. Preview 12:17 Watts and Power 2 lectures • 29min Watts and Power, Part 1 16:35 Watts and Power, Part 2 12:32 Ohm's Law Triangle; Watts and Power 4 questions Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 2 lectures • 26min Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 1 12:19 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel, Part 2 13:37 Using the Ohm's Law Wheel 5 questions Direct and Inverse Proportion 1 lecture • 15min Direct vs. Inverse Proportion 15:20 Direct and Inverse Proportion 3 questions Scientific Notation 3 lectures • 46min Scientific Notation, Part 1 18:20 Scientific Notation, Part 2 14:26 Scientific Notation, Part 3 13:04 Scientific Notation 3 questions Significant Digits and Rounding 2 lectures • 27min Significant Digits 15:12 Rounding to Even 12:09 Significant Digits and Rounding to Even 5 questions Instructor Richard Vannoy II College programming, database and electronics instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 1,096 Reviews 4,396 Students 7 Courses College teacher for: - Computer programming (Visual Basic, Visual C#, C, C++, Python, Java), database (SQL, Access) - Electronics: Microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers, basic and intermediate electronics for 20 years. Teaching awards include Instructor of the Quarter (Four Awards), Regional Instructor of the Quarter, Employee of the Year, Employee of the Month (Two Awards) Ten years employed as computer programmer. Degrees: A.S. Computer Programming, B.S. Electronics, M.S. Information Technology. Interests: Arduino, 8051 Assembly Programming, robotics, electronics Founder and past president of San Diego Robotics Society. Member and guest lecturer Riverside and Long Beach Robotics Societies. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6782a91798b85446',m:'6fbf615a2008c13eb642d66743fefd8d90d21076-1627858595-1800-AXQoZUczcTI/QETIXDyTfORM7nMQ7miLj8qnDALLSJpGerIlQ1xjE7mqwQWTn0DhQXGlCK+1dsZkxfFz/rudjWrHacBWtbGMLjLxiFsredvyjQhEt2ULl96wscnGsEcTJYxls9dwzXjVxyRL+SyWPYE=',s:[0x006057b09a,0x641c6ec3d9],}})();