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Electrical Schematics and Solderless Breadboards. Objectives. Learn how to read a simple electrical schematic. Understand how the pins on a solderless breadboard are connected. Use an electrical schematic to build several circuits on a solderless breadboard.

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  • Learn how to read a simple electrical schematic.
  • Understand how the pins on a solderless breadboard are connected.
  • Use an electrical schematic to build several circuits on a solderless breadboard.
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Schematic Diagram: A schematic diagram is a shorthand way to draw an electric circuit. It is a diagram that illustrates components (electrical parts) and how they are connected to each other. Symbols are used to represent circuit components and lines are used to represent wires or connections.

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Solderless Breadboards: Solderless breadboards are commonly used in experimentation or to make a prototype of a circuit before the circuit is soldered or made in mass production.