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Unformatted text preview: in units of [sec] on the horizontal axis and current i in units of Amperes [A] on the vertical axis, the integral has units of [Asec]. Since the units of A are [coul/sec], the time integral of current has units of [coul] or charge. Expectation: You should be able to understand the integral conceptually, and determine an integral graphically from a plot, and be able to compute the integral of simple functions (polynomial, exponential, sine, cosine) Physics Basic Units Length: meters [m] Mass: kilogram [kg] Time: second [sec] Charge: Coulomb [coul] Derived Units Force: Newton [kg . m/sec 2 ] Energy: Joule [N . m] or [kg . m 2 /sec 2 ] Power: Watt [joul/sec] Expectation: You should be able to understand basic and derived units conceptually, and perform calculations with units (which helps as a sanity check your answer!) Multipliers...
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 Spring '08
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