325 Answered Questions for the topic electrical engineering
electrons are negatively charged particles, and are contained in the nucleus of the atom.
Convolution and solving for the Toeplitz and Hankel matrices
Show that for matrices 𝐴, 𝐵 ∈ ℝnxn, a vector 𝒘 = 𝐴𝐵𝒙 can be written as 𝒘 = ∑ni=1 (𝒃iT𝒙)𝒂i
When the pointer of an analog ohmmeter reads close to zero, the resistor being measured is: 1- open 2- shorted 3- reversed 4- overheated.
A half-watt is equal to how many milliwatts?
Kirchoff's laws and electrical circuit
Find the resistance between point A and B
The electric field intensity 2m from the surface of a charged sphere is 30.86 x103 N/C. The charge density at the surface of the sphere is 8.85 x 19‒7 coul/m2. What is the radius of the sphere ?
Could s.o help me this problem. We are doing the second semester of the first year of ho chi minh city uni of tech. (HCMUT) . This is linear algebra course
Evaluate the integrals
Physics question about AC generator
CALCULATE THE THREE RESISTORS.
A 25-ohms load is drawing 0.6 amperes. What is the source voltage?
A 6-ohm resistor is in parallel with a 10 ohm resistor. What is the current in the 6-ohm resistor if the total current drawn is 32 A ?
Three resistors of 10, 15 and 'X' ohms, respectively are connected in parallel across a constant current source of 8 A. Determine 'X' if this resistor draws 2.5 A.
A 12-ohm resistor is in series with an 8-ohm load. Find the total source voltage if the voltage across the 12-ohm resistor is 40 Volts?
VALUE OF RESISTOR
In the figure R1 = 5.65 Ω, R2 = 17.0 Ω, and the ideal battery has emf ε = 13.5 V. (a) What is the magnitude of current i1? (b) How much energy is dissipated by all four resistors in 2.36 min?
In the figure four particles are fixed along an x axis, separated by distances d = 3.00 cm.
You are given a number of 22 Ω resistors, each capable of dissipating only 2.1 W without being destroyed.
7. A fiber-optic cable has a bandwidth of 800 MHz-km. What is the bandwidth of a 1000 -ft segment of a cable?
2. State the lowest wavelength and highest wavelength of a visible light?