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As the conducting medium in an electric circuit is capable of conveying but a limited current, the maximum capacity depending upon the resistance

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Thought of the day

As the conducting medium in an electric circuit is capable of conveying but a limited current, the maximum capacity depending upon the resistance

offered by the conductor, and, as separate circuits of different degrees of conductivity may carry currents of widely varying intensity, so human souls are of varied capacity with respect to the higher powers. But as the medium is purified, as obstructions are removed, so resistance to the energy decreases, and the forces manifest themselves with greater intensity. By analogous processes of purification our spirits may be more susceptible to the forces of life, which are emanations from the Holy Spirit.

James E. Talmage

from Articles of Faith

Thought of the Day

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Byu dress grooming standards

BYU Dress & GroomingStandards

The dress and grooming of both men and women should always be modest, neat, and clean, consistent with the dignity adherent to representing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and any of its institutions of higher education.

Modesty and cleanliness are important values that reflect personal dignity and integrity, through which students, staff, and faculty represent the principles and standards of the Church. Members of the BYU community commit themselves to observe the following standards, which reflect the direction of the Board of Trustees and the Church publication For the Strength of Youth. The Dress and Grooming Standards are as follows:

Men

A clean and well-cared-for appearance should be maintained. Clothing is inappropriate when it is sleeveless, revealing, or form fitting. Shorts must be knee-length or longer. Hairstyles should be clean and neat, avoiding extreme styles or colors, and trimmed above the collar, leaving the ear uncovered. Sideburns should not extend below the earlobe or onto the cheek. If worn, moustaches should be neatly trimmed and may not extend beyond or below the corners of the mouth. Men are expected to be clean-shaven; beards are not acceptable. Earrings and other body piercing are not acceptable. Shoes should be worn in all public campus areas.

Women

A clean and well-cared-for appearance should be maintained. Clothing is inappropriate when it is sleeveless, strapless, backless, or revealing; has slits above the knee; or is form fitting. Dresses, skirts, and shorts must be knee-length or longer. Hairstyles should be clean and neat, avoiding extremes in styles or colors. Excessive ear piercing (more than one per ear) and all other body piercing are not acceptable. Shoes should be worn in all public campus areas.

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Supplemental chap 1 dc electric circuits

Supplemental, Chap 1:

DC Electric Circuits

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Electricity terms

Electricity: Terms

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Scientific prefixes

ScientificPrefixes

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Scientific prefixes1

ScientificPrefixes

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Resistor color code

Resistor Color Code

Mnemonic: BetterBoysRealizeOur Young GirlsBecomeVery Great Women

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Ohm s law

Ohm’sLaw

  • Water: more flow (gallons/min) comes from:

    • More pressure

    • Lessopposition

  • Electricity: more flow (I) comes from:

    • More pressure (E or V)

    • Lessopposition (R)

    • I = E/R

    • R = E/I

    • E = IR

Power Formula

  • P = IEI = P/EE = P/IP = I²RP = E²/R

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Series circuits voltage drops

Series Circuits: VoltageDrops

VoltageDivider Rule:

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Series circuits voltage rises

Series Circuits: VoltageRises

  • Ampacity:

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Parallel circuits voltage drops

ParallelCircuits: VoltageDrops

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


Parallel circuits voltage rises

ParallelCircuits: VoltageRises

Etotal =

Itotal =

IT 327 - Supplemental Chap 1


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