Yes here is the circuit diagram for the problem. The circuit portion itself is not an issue I believe. Is it possible to solve that above equation using Vi=0.5Vpk with just calculus? Ignoring the circuit itself.
This is a low-frequency differentiator circuit.
Vo(t) = -0.001*[dVi(t)/dt]
Frequency at 1kHz
I am confused on how to apply calculus to this. My calculus is a little rusty but I am not use to seeing it in this applied forum. I only did calculus when it was in...
A jar contains nickels, dimes and quarters. There are 1469 coins in the jar totaling $191.25. Assuming that the number of dimes is exactly twice that of the number of nickels, how many (each) nickels, dimes and quarters are there in the jar?
We were suppose to be using matrices to solve this...
Ok so I realized the first thing I did wrong was not find the true area of the triangle I made. A = B*H*1/2. When I do this, I actually discovered that I did get the correct Joules value. Something tells me that I should be using calculus to solve this problem though. A = 10800 * 1000W *...
A certain load is characterized by an instantaneous power that increases linearly from zero to 1 kW over a 3-hour period. Determine the total energy in (a) kWh and (b) joules.
p(t) = [dw(t)] / dt
W = F p(t)dt T2 is upper limit, T1 is lower limit.
One of my problems is my calculus is...
Ok I know there will be a life long battle between EE's and EET's. This thread is not about the Pros and Cons of the two programs. I am well aware of what each program has to offer and how they differ academically. I understand there will always be some people who look down on EET's.
In a circuit with other components, you can just take the batteries out and put a jumper wire where the batteries were.
Mathematically they just want you to bypass the batteries so they no longer have a effect on the circuit. Of course this is only for finding Rthevenin.
I did some quick searches and couldn't find what I was looking for.
I found plenty of project boxes, but I didn't find any project boxes with a breadboard combination for sale.
I just need to make a circuit inside of a box using capacitors or inductors. Very simple but it has to look...
I am currently in industry working fulltime but I am completing my EE.
I am considered an electrical designer hopefully untill I graduate. My company has hinted on just promoting me to an Engineer before I even graduate as long as I finish.
Anyways; be prepared for tons of math...
Best thing to do is start networking ASAP.
Start looking into internships for your senior year.
All it takes is one internship and someone to notice you.
This is why I am doing EE.
So much easier to get a job with a engineering degree.
There is always academics.
I agree with the above poster, it looks like your trying to discover a new theory on why you made a bad grade. lol.
First off; forget about your "A" classes. Pat yourself on the back but that was then, this is now.
Just because you made an A in english composition I, doesn't guarantee you...
Get over yourself dude.
Sounds like a bunch of excuses to me...
"wahh..wahhh...I didn't get my degree ASAP....wahhh..wahhh I am too old now!"
One day you will wake up and smell the coffee. It ain't about age, it's about determination.
I'm not going to baby you; I am going to tell...
Sounds like you made up your mind buddy!
You love ingredients/compounds/medicines.
If you were to play a game such a Skyrim you would probably specialize in potion making :)
Pick Chemical Engineering Tech!
See how deep down you want to go!
Even if you switch majors later down the...
First off; I will start with the basics.
2 year degree is considered Technician
4 year degree is considered Technologist
The 2 year degree is fighting for scraps and you will be lucky to do anything advance with it.
The 4 year degree is competing with full fledge EE's. Doesn't mean it...
Here is some things you need to hear.
1. Yes there were excuses that you listed; and only excuses. Don't bring them up when you are trying to explain your GPA situation.
2. You are embarrassed to go to a community college but you have a 1.9 GPA in high school? A community college is a...
Mechanical Engineer's at my job do minor tasks to complete a big project.
For an example, we have a product...and we may be doing a upgrade to it.
This upgrade may include some electrical upgrades and some mechanical upgrades.
You would be tasked with possibly the following: Modeling it...
I am not a engineer yet but I work with 20+ engineer's of different fields..mainly mechanical and electrical.
You get specialized...some do paper work all day...a lot just mess with Pro/E(3d parametric modeling program)...very few get to get their hands dirty..
It all depends on the...
My biggest advice to give is don't burn yourself out.
You need to really take a look at your work load. I am not sure about your world responsibilities but this is a key factor to take a look at.
If you are taking too many classes to try to get in as quick as possible but your GPA slips...
It sounds like you want to get into manufacturing..
A industrial/manufacturing engineer can be involved with the plant operations and how things are handled.
You can even specialize.
We just hired a manufacturing engineer who specialized in electrical.
I have researched this area a little bit and now I am a little worried because three different websites have gave me three different answers. Some functions matched, but others didn't.
My general concensus is
inverse Sin= 1 and 4 quad
inverse Cos= 1 and 2 quad
inverse tan= 1 and 4 quad...
Find the phase shift of a function.
The Phase shift is (pie/2)/1 which equals to pie/2. The correct answer is units to the right though..which is where I need clarification on.
My book said if phi is less than 0, it is too the left.. being -pie/2 wouldn't this...
Honestly, what difference does it make?
If the kid is smart enough to memorize tests then he will be smart enough to learn from "On the Job Training"
He may not realize it; but he is studying; he just has a slight advantage because he knows exactly what the test is going to be on. He is...
electrical engineering has a small advantage in pay, small advantage in job placement.
The advantage is so small though that it doesn't warrant a pick over the other.
Let me ask you this...what interests you more?
Electricity or Hydraulics
Switch boards or gear sets?
24 volts? or...
VEC(Virginia employment Commision) website has plenty of engineering positions.
Make sure you take a 3d modeling course during your college years.
Catia or Creo/Pro Engineer is examples of this. Newport News Shipyard is big into Catia. Not sure about Norfolk Naval.
The more classes...
if you have any doubts that you are taking on too much, and you are retaking a class that you previously failed...yes you need to lighten your workload to gaurantee yourself you will pass and sustain a good GPA as well.
School isn't going anywhere..take one of those classes out of the...