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The schematic symbols of logic gates used in digital circuits are shown.
By Andrea Krabbe
The learner will understand the importance of following instructions.
By Tim Tewalt, Patrick Hoppe
In this animated object, learners drag resistors of the proper value into a series circuit to cause a required amount of current to flow. Seven review questions complete the activity.
The Care and Use of a Caliper
By Phil Peters
The learner examines the four different ways that a caliber can be used to measure dimensions and distances.
By Kelly Curran
In this document you'll review lathe safety rules.
Schematic Diagram Symbols
By Terry Bartelt
In this learning activity you'll review various types of common components used in electronics and view their schematic diagram symbols.
Electrical Switches & Pushbuttons
In this learning activity you'll review the operation and schematic symbols of various types of switches and push buttons used for electronic circuits.
Assembling a Circuit from a Schematic Diagram
In this animated object, students examine the steps for wiring an electrical circuit from reading a schematic diagram.
In this learning activity you'll describe the operation of an AND gate by using a truth table, a waveform diagram, a Boolean Algebra equation, a switch analogy, and a written definition.
Logic State Signals
In this learning activity you'll identify the voltage levels produced or recognized by digital logic devices as valid or invalid logic state signals.
Nondestructive Examination Symbols
You'll learn to identify nondestructive examination abbreviations and they use in examination symbols.
You'll focus on terminology related to designing a hypothetical program.
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