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Views: 171601 Charles Estabrooks

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This electronics video tutorial explains how to calculate the voltage drop across a resistor using ohm's law. It contains a few examples and practice problems.

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Shows how to determine the voltages, resistances and currents in circuit containing resistors in parallel. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com This video can be shared at: https://youtu.be/WT6wbh39MX4 Support my channel by doing all of the following: (1) Subscribe, get all my physics, chemistry and math videos (2) Give me a thumbs up for this video (3) Leave me a nice positive comment (4) Share is Caring, sharing this video with all of your friends
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Watch this complete circuit analysis tutorial. Learn how to solve the current and voltage across every resistor. Also you will learn how to take a circuit and simplify it to a equivalent circuit with one resistor. For live tutoring or homework solutions check out my website http://MathMeeting.com My name is Chris and my passion is to teach math. Learning should never be a struggle which is why I make all my videos as simple and fun as possible. I cover all subjects from basic level math through upper level calculus and statistics. I also make brain teaser, word problems, and Rubik's cube videos for fun. Website - http://MathMeeting.com Channel Page - http://Youtube.com/MathMeeting Facebook Page - http://facebook.com/MathMeeting Patreon Page - http://patreon.com/MathMeeting
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Shows how to calculate voltage drop across resistors in series. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
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This procedure is tedious, but it requires very little fancy math and it's conceptually beautiful. You ought to be able to look at the finished product and explain WHY the values of voltage drops and currents for each resistor and combination of resistors have the relationships they do. Yay! You can now simplify any circuit with just one battery and a bunch of resistors...or can you? Those in the know call this finding the Thevenin Equivalent circuit, 'cause the method was proven by Thevenin long ago. Want more? This is part of a larger playlist on circuits: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLUpvzaZLf3IM2wmkH0TcDRzkN3joR5Af I have actually made a bunch of physics videos. Feel free to find my other playlists if you're lonely on a Saturday night. Or if you just want to know stuff so you can begin your takeover.
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Resistors can reduce, or drop, DC voltage. http://www.sciencewriter.net
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This video relates power loss to the voltage dropped across the conductor of a circuit/wiring system.

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Does a resistor in a simple DC circuit drop voltage? Of course it does. Here's proof. (NOTE: towards the end I say "capacitor" when I am pointing to the LED. Obviously I meant to say "LED".)
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Find the potential difference across each resistor in the figure below.
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Series-Parallel circuit can construct a complex network of resistors. Current calculation in this type of circuit takes tedious approach to calculate current through each branch. In this video, I followed a systematic approach to calculate voltage and current in complex circuit.

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http://allaboutee.com learn to write a current in terms of a voltage drop across a resistor.

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In this video, I have explained how to calculate the resistance value for LEDs for different input voltage. It is very important to select right series resistor before using a LED in a circuit otherwise the LED may burnout. I will request you to watch the complete tutorial video of the LED Resistor calculation but you can also jump to any topic by click on the following Time Stamps: 00:34 How to identify forward voltage, current rating of LED from datasheet. 00:54 How to calculate resistance value for 9V input voltage (Ohm Law). 02:21 How to calculate the resistor wattage in the circuit. 04:59 How to select the resistance value for 12V input voltage. In this video, I have shown how to identify the LED rating from the datasheet and from that rating how to calculate resistance value and wattage required to connect the led in a circuit using ohm law for different input voltages. After calculation the resistance value we have practically measured the voltage and current value with a multimeter and compare it with the calculated data. Here I have used a 3V led and calculated the resistance value in 9 volts and 12-volt circuit. If you have enjoyed the video please hit the like button and share it with your friends. For more such videos don't forget to SUBSCRIBE our channel and please do share your feedback in comment sections. Thank you for your Support. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techstudycell/ Other useful videos: How to Measure Voltage, Current & Frequency with multimeter https://youtu.be/9ZNaRMuiFjA LED Basics - Polarity, Forward voltage & Current rating https://youtu.be/qoyvJHmI-_s How to test Diode without using multimeter https://youtu.be/ICghmXQSgs8 How to measure Resistance with Digital Multimeter https://youtu.be/edxyBS6Tb1Y How to Connect LED Light to 220V AC supply https://youtu.be/aatToOSPqG8
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Step by Step Explanation on how to do a Series and Parallel Circuit Problem. When you do one of these problems you should have already mastered series problems and parallel problems. It is very similar to those problems the basic goal is to condense the circuit into one resistance total then find the current total using that. You then use the current total to find voltage of resistors that are in series. Then you subtract that voltage from the total voltage to find current of resistors in parallel. Recall that the voltage is the same for a resistor in parallel. Its pretty simple if you can do parallel problems and series problems you should have no trouble doing these type of problems. Hope this video helps and if you have any problems or want to give me advice on how to do these tutorials feel free to comment below.

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Shows how to calculate the voltage, resistance and current in an electric circuit containing resistors in series. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com This video can be shared at: https://youtu.be/W1UH0jzWjtI Support my channel by doing all of the following: (1) Subscribe, get all my physics, chemistry and math videos (2) Give me a thumbs up for this video (3) Leave me a nice positive comment (4) Share is Caring, sharing this video with all of your friends
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In this video we go through the theory of Ohm's Law and how it helps to understand the nature of voltage drop. We also look at a practical circuit and how to use a multimeter to test for voltage drops and then finally how to make high resistance connections good again. All music available at http://soundscloud.com/dangarstu All writing available at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/dangarstu
Views: 23673 Dangar Marine

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How to calculate the current through a resistor in parallel using equivalent resistance and Ohm's law. View more lessons or practice this subject at https://www.khanacademy.org/science/ap-physics-1/ap-circuits-topic/dc-circuit-analysis-ap/v/current-through-resistor-in-parallel-worked-example?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc&utm_campaign=apphysics1 AP Physics 1 on Khan Academy: Meet one of our writers for AP¨_ Physics, Sean. A physics teacher for seven years, Sean has taught AP¨_ Physics 1, AP¨_ Physics C, and Conceptual Physics. HeÕs also a former mechanical engineer. Sean is based in Boise, Idaho, and is a Khan Academy physics fellow, creating awesome new exercises and articles for AP¨_ Physics. Khan Academy is a nonprofit organization with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We offer quizzes, questions, instructional videos, and articles on a range of academic subjects, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, history, economics, finance, grammar, preschool learning, and more. We provide teachers with tools and data so they can help their students develop the skills, habits, and mindsets for success in school and beyond. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 15 million people around the globe learn on Khan Academy every month. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we would love your help! Donate or volunteer today! Donate here: https://www.khanacademy.org/donate?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc Volunteer here: https://www.khanacademy.org/contribute?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc

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How do you analyze a circuit with resistors in series and parallel configurations? With the Break It Down-Build It Up Method! http://www.jesseleemason.com Music by Millish - Download our music (that's me on the acoustic guitar) at the iTunes Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/millish/id128839547 0:00 INTRO: In this video we solve a combination series and parallel resistive circuit problem for the voltage across, current through and power dissipated by the circuit's resistors. 1:32 BREAK IT DOWN: We redraw the circuit in linear form to more easily identify series and parallel relationships. Then we combine resistors using equivalent resistance equations. After redrawing several times we end up with a single resistor representing the equivalent resistance of the circuit. We then apply Ohm's Law to this simple (or rather simplified) circuit and determine the circuit current (I-0 in the video). 7:36 BUILD IT UP: Retracing our redraws, we determine the voltage across and current through each resistor in the circuit using Ohm's Law. 12:51 POWER: After tabulating our solutions we determine the power dissipated by each resistor.
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Dunwoody College's Elftmann Student Success Center invites you to enhance your learning of wire resistance and voltage drop.
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solving series parallel combination circuits for electronics, to find resistances, voltage drops, and currents
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Follow me on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/justincase1004 Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/justincase1004 Checkout my facebook page and like! https://www.facebook.com/justincase1004 Hello, my name is Justin. I am a certified math teacher and have been teaching math for 8 years. I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in business administration. I am currently going to school for my doctorate in education. I have taught a myriad of subjects ranging from: Pre-algebra, algebra I, geometry, algebra II, and college algebra + trigonometry. If you have any question and/or comments please leave them in the comment section. Be sure to subscribe as I hope to be able to bring short math lessons every day to you and your family. Mr. J
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This video explains how to simplify electric circuit with capacitors and how to find voltage across each capacitor and energy stored in capacitor.
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Explains RC circuit analysis for voltage, charge and current. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
Views: 312742 Step-by-Step Science

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QUESTION: What equations do you need to calculate the power dissipated in a resistor knowing voltage and resistance? NOTE: I totally misspelled 'dissipation' when I wrote this (and also in the original title, but NOT--strangely--in the above question). I apologize if my attempt at a correction is more annoying that anything else, but it was going to drive me nuts otherwise :P
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Shows how to determine the voltages, resistances and currents for a circuit containing two parallel resistors that are in series with one other resistor. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
Views: 144354 Step-by-Step Science

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This physics video tutorial explains how to solve any resistors in series and parallel combination circuit problems. The first thing you need to do is calculate the equivalent resistance of the circuit which you can use to calculate the current flowing from the battery based on ohm's law. Using the current and the voltage drops across each resistor, you can calculate the electric potential at every point in the circuit which will allow you to calculate the current flowing through any resistor. This technique is useful if there's not multiple batteries in different loops of the equation. Keep in mind, the current flowing in two resistors that are in series with each other is the same. The voltage is the same across resistors connected in parallel. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems including a current division formula for resistors connected in parallel. New Physics Video Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0o_zxa4K1BU6wPPLDsoTj1_wEf0LSNeR Access to Premium Videos: https://www.patreon.com/MathScienceTutor https://www.facebook.com/MathScienceTutoring/

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This physics video tutorial explains the concept of series and parallel circuits and how to find the electrical current that flows through the circuit. It discusses Ohm's law and the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance. This tutorial review contains plenty of notes, equations / formulas, examples, and practice problems to help you on your next worksheet assignment, quiz / test or even upcoming final exam. Here is a list of topics: 1. Ohm's Law - Voltage, Current, Resistance - V=IR Formula 2. Voltage and Current are directly proportional 3. Resistance and Current are inversely proportional 4. Definition of Voltage - Electric Potential Energy Per Unit Charge 5. Voltage Formula - Work Divided By Charge in Coulombs 6. Unit of Voltage - Volt & Unit of Current - Amps or Ampere 7. Equation of Charge = Current Multiplied By Time in Seconds 8. Definition of Current - Rate of Charge Flow Per Second 9. How To Calculate the total number of electrons flowing in a dc circuit given current in amps and time in seconds 10. Conventional Current vs Electron Flow - Flow of Positive Charge vs Negative Charge 11. Voltage - Electric Potential Difference - Electromotive Force or Electron Moving Force 12. Unit of Resistance - Ohms 13. Definition of Power - Rate of Energy Transfer 14. Unit of Power - Watts. 1 Watt = 1 Joule Per Second 15. Determining the amount of energy transferred in a circuit given time. 16. Power Delivered / Released by Battery vs Power Absorbed by Resistors - Conservation of Energy Law 17. Power Formulas / Equations - P=VI, P=I^2R, P=V^2/R 18. Charge vs Electric Current - Electricity 19. Series and Parallel Circuits Explained 20. Series Circuit - Same Current Flows Through Each Resistor - Single Pathway 21. Equivalent Resistance - Series Circuit - Req=r1+r2 22. Parallel Circuits - Multiple Paths For Electron Flow - Same Voltage Across Each Resistor 23. Equivalent Resistance of Parallel Circuit - 1/R = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 24. Solving Series and Parallel Circuit Problems - Finding The Current Flowing Through Each Resistor and Voltage Drop Across Each Resistor 25. Kirchoff's Voltage Law - Series Circuit - Sum of Voltages Around a Closed Loop Equals Zero 26. Kirchhoff's Current Law - Parallel Circuit - Current that enters a junction must equal the current that leaves it 27. Battery - Voltage Pump vs Resistor - Voltage Drop 28. Active vs Passive Elements 29. Internal Resistance of a Battery and EMF Calculations 30. Voltage Divider Circuit - Increasing and Decreasing Resistance 31. Voltmeter vs Ammeter Explained - High vs Low Internal Resistance 32. Voltage Drop Across Heavy Load 33. Voltage Sign Conventions and Direction of Current Flow 34. Calculating absolute and relative voltage potentials across every point in a closed circuit 35. Resistors transfer or convert electrical energy to heat energy 36. DC vs AC - Direct Current vs Alternating Current 37. Frequency of AC Voltage - Sine Wave - Number of Cycles Per Current - 60 Hz - Current reverses 60 times per second - no net flow 38. Deriving Formula Power - work over time 39. Charging and Discharging of a Battery - Direction of Polarity 40. Solving Combination Series and Parallel Circuits 41. Finding Equivalent Resistance of Series and Parallel Combined Circuits 42. Simplifying Circuits to find total resistance and current 43. Circuits With Two Batteries or Voltage Sources

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How to calculate the voltage (potential difference) across capacitors in series. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
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How to solve for current in a parallel circuit with 3 resistors. Also, calculating total resistance for the circuit. Go Hatters.
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See more videos at: http://talkboard.com.au/ In this video, we will look at diodes. We complete some practice questions and examine how a circuit is working when a diode is in under forward and reverse bias.
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This physics video tutorial explains how to calculate the internal resistance of a battery when connected to a load resistor. It explains the difference between the terminal voltage across the resistor and the emf or electromotive force generated by the cell. This video contains examples and practice problem showing how to calculate the terminal voltage and the battery and the internal resistance of the cell. The terminal voltage of a battery decreases when electric current is drawn from the cell. As the current delivered by the battery increases, the terminal voltage decreases.

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Explains the voltage rule parallel resistors. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
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This physics video tutorial provides a basic introduction into parallel circuits. it explains how to calculate the electric current flowing through each resistor in a parallel circuit. The voltage across each resistor is the same in a parallel circuit and it's equal to the voltage of the battery. This tutorial explains how to solve parallel circuits with two resistors and with three resistors. It discusses how to calculate the power delivered by the battery to the circuit and the power absorbed by each resistor. Kirchoff's current law applies to parallel circuits which states that the total current entering a junction must equal to the total current leaving the junction - this is also known as the junction rule of kirchoff's law. This video uses the principles behind ohm's law to calculate the voltage, current, resistance, and power of an element or device in a circuit. New Physics Video Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0o_zxa4K1BU6wPPLDsoTj1_wEf0LSNeR Access to Premium Videos: https://www.patreon.com/MathScienceTutor https://www.facebook.com/MathScienceTutoring/

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Views: 1297 Ms. Jocoy

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Using repeated application of Ohm's Law, KCL and KVL to find the current/voltage in a circuit (Example 1) For another example see: https://youtu.be/TzpkyhK_Idc
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In this video you will learn about who to calculate the voltage drop using easy and simple formula with example in Urdu/Hindi language. आसान सूत्र का उपयोग करके वोल्टेज ड्रॉप गणना aasaan sootr ka upayog karake voltej drop ganana آسان فارمولہ کا استعمال کرتے ہوئے وولٹیج ڈراپ حساب Also watch what is voltage drop https://youtu.be/LvD363fTNiU For more visit http://www.electricaltutorials.org/ Thanks for Watching video........

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Quick and easy method for students to calculate the equivalent resistance of a Parallel Circuit using the inverse key of their calculators. If you would like to know how we know the formula for Parallel Resistance chick out this Khan Academy video. https://youtu.be/ZrMw7P6P2Gw If on your computers calculator you do not find the "1 /x" key or a "x-1 " key, change the settings from standard to scientific, or vice a versa. Here is an online calculator with the right key. http://calculator-1.com/scientific/
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Physics: Ohm Law Voltage Drop Across Series Resistors
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This video goes through the steps of setting up a Digital Multi-Meter and the measurement of resistance, voltage and current.
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(a) Calculate the potential difference between points a and b in the figure and (b) identify which point is at the higher potential.
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In the video I demonstrate how to measure voltage and current in a resistor circuit where the resistors are in parallel. This is a very common activity performed in a Electricity and Magnetism Physics Lab. If you have problems seeing the resistance placement in this video, you may watch this video https://youtu.be/gHBqJJQAaOs for additional explanation. The video has simulated series, parallel and combination circuit connection on a proto-typing board. Note: To ask questions, please visit my site at https://clydelettsome.com/blog/ask-the-expert/
Views: 142082 Clyde Lettsome, PhD, PE

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In this short video I am showing you how to use Kirchoff's Laws to calculate currents, and thus power dissipation, for a circuit with two voltage sources.
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This physics video tutorial explains the basics of AC circuits. It shows you how to calculate the capacitive reactance, inductive reactance, impedance of an RLC circuit and how to determine the resonant frequency as well as the phase angle and the power dissipated in the circuit. This physics video has plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on. Here is a list of topics: 1. AC Circuits Basics - Peak Voltage and RMS Current 2. Inductive Reactance vs Capacitive Reactance 3. Direct Relationship of Frequency and Inductive Reactance 4. Inverse Relationship of Frequency and Capacitive Reactance 5. RL Circuits Problems - Impedance Calculations 6. RC Circuits - Power Dissipated in Resistor 7. Impedance of RLC Circuit 8. Calculating the Voltage across a Resistor, Capacitor and an Inductor 9. Resistance, Capacitance, & Inductance 10. Impedance Explained 11. Impedance vs Resistance 12. Power Factor Explained 13. Resonant Frequency Explained 14. LC Circuit Resonance 15. Phase Angle - Inverse Tangent Formula 16.