Electric Circuits 8th Edition 80

Electric Circuits - C R Simple esistiveircuits in 3.1 R esistors S erisp 5 8 p in 3.2 R esistors P arattet 5 9 a 3.3 T heV oltage-Dividernd C

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3.1 Resistors in Seri€s p. 58 3.2 Resistors in Parattet p. 59 3.3 The Voltage-Divider and Current-Divider Circlits p. 62 3.4 Vottag€ Divrsion and Current Division p. 65 3.5 li'leasuring Voltage and Cunent p. 68 3.6 t'leasuring Resistance-The Wheatstone Bndge p. 71 3.7 DeLta-to-Wye (Pi-to-Tee) Equivatent Circuits p. 7.t I 8e able to rccogfjze resistors connected in s€ries and in paratLet and use th€ rutes for combining serjesconiected resjstols and paraiteL-connected resistors to yietd equivatent 2 Know how to design sjmpte vottage-divjd€r and cunent-divid€r circuits. 3 Be abt€ to use voltage divjsion and cur€it djvision apprcpriatety to sotve sjmpi€ cjrcuits. 4 Be abte to determine the reading of an ammeter when added to a circuit to measure curfenL be abte to detemine the readjng of a voLtmeter when add€d to a cjrcujt to measure vottage. 5 Understand how a Wheatstone bfidge is used to 6 Know when and how io use d€Lta-to-wye equival€it citcuits
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