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EE 10 Review - Review Class#1 Reviews on EE10 EE100 Spring...

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    Reviews on EE10 Reviews on EE10   EE100, Spring 2009 University of California, Los Angeles TA: Lokwon Kim (Ph.D. in EE) Review Class #1
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TA LokWon Kim - Ph.D. student Office hour : Mon 4-5PM   Wed 5-6PM Office : 54-147B E-mail :  [email protected] Phone number : 310-749-2912
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Resistance Resistance – a characteristic behavior of  resisting the flow of electric charge or ability  to resist current
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Ohm’s Law Ohm’s Law – The voltage V  across a resistor is directly  proportional to the current I  flowing through the resistor
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Series resistors and Equivalent  resistance   The  equivalent resistance  of any number  of resistors connected in series is the sum  of the individual resistances 
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Equivalent resistance and voltage  division
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Parallel resistors and current division
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Resistive circuit Example Determine Current I1 and I2.
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Solution
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