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Electronics current calculation

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Ah yes, with the decimal :) I got it I got it!
0.401 [W]

Damn it! I should really stop doing stupid stuff. I was just so happy seeing the finish line that I slipped!
Oops!
Slipped again!

Your mentoring is awesome! It permeates every fiber of my being and every thought in my mind as I'm solving problems. You're truly an inspiration.
*Sigh* :blushing:

Lol. I'm a superheroine too now? W00t! :D

Actually I'll be posting in an earlier problem we solved in a moment, there's something there still unclear to me.
You've always been a super heroine to me when first you started your thread "Where are all the nerds!".

I didn't really think I'd stand a chance, but I decided to *answer the call*!
 
  • #27
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Oops!
Slipped again!
No way! What? Ain't this true?

P = 4.842/50

You've always been a super heroine to me when first you started your thread "Where are all the nerds!".

I didn't really think I'd stand a chance, but I decided to *answer the call*!
LOL :D you more than exceed my nerdy expectations ;) I can't worship you enough.
 
  • #28
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No way! What? Ain't this true?

P = 4.842/50
Yes, it's true....... but...

LOL :D you more than exceed my nerdy expectations ;) I can't worship you enough.
That doesn't seem right. :confused:
How can I worship you if you're worshipping me? :redface:
 
  • #29
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Yes, it's true....... but...
This is what happens when you trust online calculators!

I used my own this time.

0.468 [W]

How can I worship you if you're worshipping me?
LOL! :) + and + still make a +!

Do you wanna mutiply, babe? ;)
 
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This is what happens when you trust online calculators!

I used my own this time.

0.468 [W]
Well, I don't think an online calculator would be wrong... but...

Yep! :smile:
Your answer is right this time.


LOL! :) + and + still make a +!
I think + and + makes ++! Or even +++!:smile:
(Which basically all mean the same thing of course.)

Do you wanna mutiply, babe? ;)
Yeah!!! (Assuming you mean multiplying currents with resistances!)
 
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Woah, feels..premature! Shouldn't I know about diodes, first? We haven't even started this!

But thanks..am honored :D
Well, you've only been initiated... You're not an adept yet... but soon! :smile:
 

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