With its fresh reader-friendly design, MATHEMATICS FOR ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS, 4E is more current, comprehensive, and relevant than ever before. Packed with practical exercises and examples, it equips learners with a thorough understanding of essential algebra and trigonometry for electricity and electronics technology, while helping them improve critical thinking skills. Well-illustrated information sharpens the readeras ability to think quantitatively, predict results, and troubleshoot effectively, while drill and practice sets reinforce comprehension. To ensure mastery of the latest ideas and technology, the text thoroughly explains all mathematical concepts, symbols, and formulas required by future technicians and technologists. In addition, a new homework solution offers a wealth of online resources to maximize study efforts as well as provides an online testing tool for instructors. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.The impedance in rectangular form is: The equivalent RC series circuit then has . ... for C: C = 1 2fXC = 1 2(10 kHz)(630 A) L 25nF A common error when working with parallel circuits is confusing the phase angles for impedance and current.
|Title||:||Math for Electricity & Electronics|
|Author||:||Dr. Arthur Kramer|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-09-28|