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Guess I did.
2. Low pass filter

nf = 10 to the ninth uf = 10 to the sixth
3. Low pass filter

1.6k and 1 nf
4. RLC circuit inductor/capacitor combined voltage?

g The inductor does have some resistance value. Ideally, there is no resistance associated with the inductor, but in reality there is. You can find this value by getting out an ohm-meter.
5. Permanent Magnet DC Generator

If I have an internal resistance of the motor and the value of flux and the generator constant, can I simulate the system's performance by a circuit with two circuits in series, one being the internal resistance, and the other being the load, and the voltage source being the armature voltage?
6. Robotic Engineer

College I know where I go to college, there is an option in all engineering programs to specialize in robotics.
7. Finding Turbine Angular Velocity given Net Head, GPM, and power from Alternator.

An alternator attached to a water turbine generates 35 Watts given 50 feet of head and 10 gallons per minute. Assuming that the efficiency of the alternator is 50%, is it possible for me to find the angular velocity from this information? If so, how would I do it?

9. Is this problem possible?

t Tom, are you still around. I looked at it like Work = mV^2 where V is the horizontal velocity. I don't know if I am right.
10. Tension in the string and the normal force exerted by the wall

y Here is something to think about: In order for the system to remain static, what must the normal force be?
11. Tension in the string and the normal force exerted by the wall

Yep mg*Sin(A) is perpendicular to wall.
12. Tension in the string and the normal force exerted by the wall

Change your coordinates to where T is straight up the vertical. This will give you the right answers.
13. Is this problem possible?

Trout or Carp You sound like you are from a town named after a fish.