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What are electronic filters used for? - Thursday, July 02, 2015
Q. I have been studying filter circuits, and I think I understand them pretty well. What are filter circuits used for, anyway? I know there are different kinds, like high-pass and low-pass, and that they pass some frequencies and not others. What practical application do these kinds of circuits have?
Q. Why are connections for electrical wiring done with crimp connectors and wire nuts instead of being soldered?
5210-5 Kirchhoff's Laws - Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Q. Need clarification for the following: 5210-2 Topic 1 states "This means that a current flowing away from the node must be considered negative, since its direction is opposite to the assumed current direction specified by the law. To use the current law, remember that current entering are positive and current leaving are negative".
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