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Vs(CH 1) (V)
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0.485
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4.08
3.84
240
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8
0.48
-6.3751752525
300
4.08
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Spring 2004
Instructions: Closed Notes and Book
Total Points = 20
Name: _
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1) Draw a tree diagram for displaying all possible outcomes for the following
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experiment: a sampled injection-molded part could have been produced in eith
ISE 130
Quiz #1
Spring 2004
Instructions: Closed Notes and Book
Total Points = 20
Name: _
Points
1) Draw a tree diagram for displaying all possible outcomes for the following
(5)
experiment: a sampled injection-molded part could have been produced in eith
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(a) In what form do capacitors store energy?
Capacitors store is energy. Specifically, they store it in an electric field. All the
electrons are attracted to all the protons. At equilibrium, there are equal numbers of
proton