Electronics S1W8: Series-Parallel Resistor Combinations

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Course Description

This course is Week 8 of an 8 week series that teaches electronics to professionals, students and hobbyists desiring to know how electronic circuits work. This first 8 weeks has the name "DC Electronics" in most college electronics degree programs because it teaches the following concepts about electronics:

- The atomic structure of conductors, insulators and semiconductors

- The definition of the major characteristics of electronics: Resistance, Current, Voltage and Power

- The use of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas and how to apply them to basic resistive circuits.

- Practice solving series resistive circuits, parallel resistive circuits, and the topic for this week's class: solving series-parallel resistive circuits.

The class is presented primarily as a PowerPoint presentation with instruction by your teacher.

Quizzes are presented at the end of each section of the course to test your knowledge and comprehension of the material presented in that section.

Who this course is for:

  • This is Week 8 of an 8 week series called "DC Electronics" which teaches the fundamentals of electronics. To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.)

Course content

4 sections • 12 lectures • 2h 19m total length
  • Series-Parallel Examples, Part 1
    08:28
  • Series-Parallel Examples, Part 2
    13:49
  • Section 1: Identifying Resistor Circuit Configurations
    11 questions

Instructor

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.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Determine which electronics principle of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and Kirchhoff's Current Law apply to a given resistive circuit problem. Solve circuit problems using the voltage divider formula and the current divider formula. Correctly solve for all of the characteristics (voltage, current and resistance) in a series-parrallel resistor circuit. Requirements To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Description This course is Week 8 of an 8 week series that teaches electronics to professionals, students and hobbyists desiring to know how electronic circuits work. This first 8 weeks has the name "DC Electronics" in most college electronics degree programs because it teaches the following concepts about electronics: - The atomic structure of conductors, insulators and semiconductors - The definition of the major characteristics of electronics: Resistance, Current, Voltage and Power - The use of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas and how to apply them to basic resistive circuits. - Practice solving series resistive circuits, parallel resistive circuits, and the topic for this week's class: solving series-parallel resistive circuits. The class is presented primarily as a PowerPoint presentation with instruction by your teacher. Quizzes are presented at the end of each section of the course to test your knowledge and comprehension of the material presented in that section. Who this course is for: This is Week 8 of an 8 week series called "DC Electronics" which teaches the fundamentals of electronics. To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 12 lectures • 2h 19m total length Expand all sections Identifying Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Series-Parallel Circuits 4 lectures • 43min Identifying series, parallel and series-parallel circuits Preview 07:46 Parallel Notation Preview 13:13 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 1 08:28 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 2 13:49 Section 1: Identifying Resistor Circuit Configurations 11 questions Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance in Circuits 2 lectures • 25min 5: Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 1 12:55 6 Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 2 12:12 Section 2: Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance 5 questions Series-Parallel Resistance Circuit Practice 5 lectures • 55min Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 1 11:47 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 2 13:02 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 3 12:52 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 4 08:51 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 5 08:41 Final Exam; Series-Parallel Circuits 7 questions Semester Summary 1 lecture • 15min Semester Summary 15:28 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. 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  2. Solve circuit problems using the voltage divider formula and the current divider formula. Correctly solve for all of the characteristics (voltage, current and resistance) in a series-parrallel resistor circuit. Requirements To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Description This course is Week 8 of an 8 week series that teaches electronics to professionals, students and hobbyists desiring to know how electronic circuits work. This first 8 weeks has the name "DC Electronics" in most college electronics degree programs because it teaches the following concepts about electronics: - The atomic structure of conductors, insulators and semiconductors - The definition of the major characteristics of electronics: Resistance, Current, Voltage and Power - The use of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas and how to apply them to basic resistive circuits. - Practice solving series resistive circuits, parallel resistive circuits, and the topic for this week's class: solving series-parallel resistive circuits. The class is presented primarily as a PowerPoint presentation with instruction by your teacher. Quizzes are presented at the end of each section of the course to test your knowledge and comprehension of the material presented in that section. Who this course is for: This is Week 8 of an 8 week series called "DC Electronics" which teaches the fundamentals of electronics. To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 12 lectures • 2h 19m total length Expand all sections Identifying Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Series-Parallel Circuits 4 lectures • 43min Identifying series, parallel and series-parallel circuits Preview 07:46 Parallel Notation Preview 13:13 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 1 08:28 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 2 13:49 Section 1: Identifying Resistor Circuit Configurations 11 questions Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance in Circuits 2 lectures • 25min 5: Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 1 12:55 6 Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 2 12:12 Section 2: Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance 5 questions Series-Parallel Resistance Circuit Practice 5 lectures • 55min Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 1 11:47 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 2 13:02 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 3 12:52 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 4 08:51 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 5 08:41 Final Exam; Series-Parallel Circuits 7 questions Semester Summary 1 lecture • 15min Semester Summary 15:28 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. 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  3. Correctly solve for all of the characteristics (voltage, current and resistance) in a series-parrallel resistor circuit. Requirements To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Description This course is Week 8 of an 8 week series that teaches electronics to professionals, students and hobbyists desiring to know how electronic circuits work. This first 8 weeks has the name "DC Electronics" in most college electronics degree programs because it teaches the following concepts about electronics: - The atomic structure of conductors, insulators and semiconductors - The definition of the major characteristics of electronics: Resistance, Current, Voltage and Power - The use of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas and how to apply them to basic resistive circuits. - Practice solving series resistive circuits, parallel resistive circuits, and the topic for this week's class: solving series-parallel resistive circuits. The class is presented primarily as a PowerPoint presentation with instruction by your teacher. Quizzes are presented at the end of each section of the course to test your knowledge and comprehension of the material presented in that section. Who this course is for: This is Week 8 of an 8 week series called "DC Electronics" which teaches the fundamentals of electronics. To do well you need to successfully one of the two following prerequisites: 1) A solid foundation of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws, the Voltage Divider and Current Divider Formulas, and the ability to solve simple series and parallel resistive circuits, or 2) Complete the previous weeks of training connected to this course. (They all start with "Electronics SxWy" where "x" is the Semester number, [1 for the previous 7 weeks and this week] and "y" is the Week Number.) Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 12 lectures • 2h 19m total length Expand all sections Identifying Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Series-Parallel Circuits 4 lectures • 43min Identifying series, parallel and series-parallel circuits Preview 07:46 Parallel Notation Preview 13:13 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 1 08:28 Series-Parallel Examples, Part 2 13:49 Section 1: Identifying Resistor Circuit Configurations 11 questions Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance in Circuits 2 lectures • 25min 5: Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 1 12:55 6 Determining Currents and Voltage, Part 2 12:12 Section 2: Determining Currents, Voltage and Resistance 5 questions Series-Parallel Resistance Circuit Practice 5 lectures • 55min Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 1 11:47 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 2 13:02 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 3 12:52 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 4 08:51 Series-Parallel Practice Problem, Part 5 08:41 Final Exam; Series-Parallel Circuits 7 questions Semester Summary 1 lecture • 15min Semester Summary 15:28 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. 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