0 dBmV is equal to across a 75-ohm impedance?
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Impedance is the measurement of resistance that a circuit gives tocurrent, which flows due to applied voltage. Impedance refers tothe ratio of voltage to current and applicable to a circuit withalternating current.
If you pretend that the signals in electric circuits are of the form A*exp(s*t), where A and s are constants, and t is time, then derivatives of the signal and integrations of the signal are always just a scaled version of the signal. So, the ratio of voltage to current, when the signals are of this… form, is just a (possibly complex) constant. This number is called impedance, and it depends on the value of the constant "s" in the signal. Impedance is a term used to signify a device that react to the flow of electrons in a negative way. It can be of complex passive devices or active devices. Answer Impedance (symbol: Z ), expressed in ohms , is the opposition to the flow of alternating current by a resistive-reactive load. It is the vector sum of resistance and reactance. (MORE)
In the xy plane line m is the reflection of line l across the x axis if the intersection of lines l and m is point r s why does s equal 0?
Say that line m is described by the function m(x) and line l by l(x).. If m is a reflection of l in the x axis, then it follows that m(x) = -l(x). Try drawing a sketch to satisfy yourself of this.. At the intersection(s) of l and m, m(x) = l(x). But we have also stated that m(x) = -l(x). This can …only be true if the value of both functions (i.e. the y coordinate, s) is zero. (MORE)
You have two conflicting rules here: x^0=1 for any x, but 0^x=0 forany x. This means that 0^0 should, by all rights, be 0 and 1 at thesame time, if it were defined. For this reason, most people saythat 0^0 is undefined. However, people do usually say 0^0=1 if theyabsolutely have to assign a value to… it. (MORE)
dBmv is defined as. 20 log (V/1mV). where V is the voltage converted into dBmv. if. X = 20 log (V/1mV). then. V= (1/20) Antilog (X)
C: 278.15K When you are finding the value of temperatureCelsius in Kelvin, add 273.15k to the Celsius temperature to obtainthe value of Kelvin. It is also 41 F.
It is undefined. You cannot divide by 0. You could also say it is infinity. Not the mathematical textbook answer, but think about it. You could have 100 x 0 and you get 0. You could have 99999999 x 0 and you still get 0. No matter how large of a number you use, you are going to still get 0.
Impedance is the complex form of resistance. Impedance takes into account capacitance and inductance in a circuit as well. Impedance can be represented as resistance as a function of frequency. See link. Answer Impedance is not a 'complex form of resistance'. It is the vector sum of a circ…uit's resistance and reactance. In electrical engineering, 'resistance' has a very specific meaning, and cannot be used to denote 'opposition'. (MORE)
No. You have to consider the inductor and the capacitor. Impedance of RLC circuit is equal to to the Value of Resistor Only AND Only on Resonate frequency. otherwise u have to cnsider resistance inductance and capacitance together in series.
Never heard the word "impedence". To get all the audio voltage from a source to a target without loss you need voltage bridging, that is a relative low output impedance to a higher input impedance. Usualy the input impedance is at least ten times higher then the output impedance. An input impedance… is called also a load impedance or an external impedance. An output impedance is called also a source impedance or an internal impedance. (MORE)
Yes it does equal 0. This is proved by commutative property of maths which says that 2 numbers can be multiplied in many ways.
0 to the power 0 is 1 because any number power zero is always equal to 1. Anything to the power of 0 equals 1.
One equals is used in an equation which is true, such as 5 + 3 = 8. Equals equals is used in computer programming as a question as to whether 2 things are equal. Like If x 4 perform this operation .... If you are referring to 'C' language programming: A single equal sign is an assignmen…t, a double equal sign is a comparison. a = 7; /* An assignment. You are assigning the value of 7 to the variable called 'a' */ if (a 7) /* A comparison. You are checking if the variable 'a' has the value of 7 */ (MORE)
Impedes is the present tense form of the verb impede. Impede means: - To retard or obstruct the progress of - To interfere with the progress of - To stop or prevent passage of.
No. 0 + 0 = 0. You can't get something from nothing, and as such nothing plus nothing cannot be something. The idea that 0 + 0 = 0 * 0 = 0^0 = 1 is frequently used to "prove" that 0 + 0 = 1. This is false because 0 + 0 = 2*0, not 0*0, and 0*0 = 0^2. Furthermore, 0^0 is in and of itself an indeter…minate form, as it is equal to 1/(0^0) which doesn't lead anywhere good. (MORE)
0 divided by 0 is undefined. You just cannot divide by zero. Theprevious answer was wrong.
yes but will barely hear anything. If you have 816 Ohms of impedance then your speaker is probably bad.
Relative to 500 ohms 5000 ohms is a high impedance. It is ten times higher.
The characteristic impedance of a transmission line is the ratio of voltage to current of the propagating electrical wave. The line input impedance is the result of the superposition of forward and reverse, or reflected waves when the terminating impedance is not adapted. If the line is infinite, no…thing returns from its end and only the forward wave exits. The voltage to current ratio is then the line characteristic impedance. Remark that the same occurs when the line is terminated by its characteristic impedance, the forward wave finds a perfect continuity to the load and no energy is reflected back to the line. A matched line is like an infinite line when looked from the input terminals. Long real lossy lines also act as infinite lines for the energy of the reflected wave is dissipated along the line before reaching the source. (MORE)
It just means that the value of 0 is equal to the value of 0, which is correct. It's like saying 2 equals 2, or 6 equals 6, or 52657 equals 52657... you get the point.
3c - 12 = 14 + 5c Subtract 3c from each side: -12 = 14 + 2c Subtract 14 from each side: -26 = 2c Divide each side by 2: -13 = c
When c = -3 then 4c + 5c - 2 = [4 x -3] + [5 x -3] - 2 = -12 +(-15) - 2 = -12 -15 -2 = -29
0 = 0 is an identity and not an equation. Equations have solutions, identities do not.
This is because of the identity property of multiplication Anything mutiply by zero is zero. When you multiply a number by a different number, you take as many groups of the first number as there are of the second number. For example, multiplying 2 by 3, you are taking three groups of 2. Three… groups of two things are equal to six things; 2 times 3 = 6. If you multiply by zero, you are taking zero groups of a number. Zero groups of something is nothing (zero). . (MORE)
In a pentode power amplifier the effective impedance of the load is 600 ohms The signal current varies between 50 and 200 ma The effective voltage across the secondary of the transformer is 10.6 volts?
It might be. Or it might not. You need to specify the transformer's turns ratio or its impedanceratio, and th eload on the secondary.
Yes, 0 to the power of 0 equals 0 is a final answer. 1. The law of exponentiation All of the n th exponentiation of the same base a has the same: a base constants. All of the exponentiation of any base a with the same exponent n has the same: n+1 exponent constants.… All of the exponentiation a n is analized and arranged unique by order and is equal to sums of meaning products of: every base constant (from number 1 , among a base constants, to the last number 1 ), with every exponent constant (from number 1 , among n+1 exponent constants, to the last number n! ). 2. The formula of exponentiation law a n = 1Ã1 + (a-1)(2 n -1) +â¦+ (a-1)Ã0,5[(n+1)!] + 1Ãn! 3. 1000 0 , 10 0 , 2 0 , 1 0 , 0 0 ...? 1000 0 According to the law: a=1000 has 1000 base constants (1, 999, ..., 999, 1), n=0 has 1 exponent constant (1), from there: 1000 0 =1Ã1+999Ã0=1+0=1 Â· 10 0 According to the law: a=10 has 10 base constants (1, 9, ..., 9, 1), n=0 has 1 exponent constant (1), from there: 10 0 =1Ã1+9Ã0=1+0=1 Â· 2 0 According to the law: a=2 has 2 base constants (1, 1), n=0 has 1 exponent constant (1), from there: 2 0 =1Ã1+1Ã0=1+0=1 Â· 1 0 According to the law: a=1 has 1 base constant (1), n=1 has 1 exponent constant (1) from there: 1 0 =1Ã1+0Ã0=1+0=1 Â· 0 0 According to the law: a=0 has 0 base constant (0), n=0 has 1 exponent constant (1), from there: 0 0 =0Ã1=0 0 0 = 0Ã1 = 0 is a final answer . 0 0 = 1 is not a final answer. ......................................................... (MORE)
5c + 15= 30 - 15 -15 5c = 15 If your solving for just c..... 5c/5 = 30/5 c= 3 Hope this helps adding further your question is incomplete you must ask for thevalue of C, since its a arithmetic equation.
5 divided by 0 is undefined, meaning that there isn't really an answer, however for practical purposes it is zero
3c - 12 + 5c = 12 Combine the 'c' terms on the left side: 8c - 12 = 12 Add 12 to each side: 8c = 24 Divide each side by 8: c = 3
I have the feeling that you were looking to find a value for each variable in this equation. Unfortunately you can only solve for each variable in terms of the other variables in this equation.
Technically the number 0 can never be positive or negative. Imagine two pieces of land separated by a river, these pieces of land are connected by the bridge. On the Right piece of land the numbers are positive while on the Left they are negative. The bridge is the number 0 serving only as a metapho…rical bridge. Think of the number 0 as neutral, neither positive or negative. (MORE)
NO,because in quadratic equation highest power of a variable is 2. e.x. 4x 2 -20x+10=0.
20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c +65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5. 15c = 60. 15c/15 = 60/15. c = 4 (alternative method).
0 is something called the additive identity: If you add (or subtract) it from something, the something remains unchanged. It is also something called the multiplicative zero (sounds obvious doesn't it) in that multiplying something by it makes it equal to zero. Dividing 0 by 10 is the same as mul…tiplying 0 with 1/10 . Therefore it makes it zero, just like anything else multiplied by zero. Simple! Especially " The following are some basic (elementary) rules for dealing with the number 0. These rules apply for any real or complex number x , unless otherwise stated. . Addition: x + 0 = 0 + x = x . That is, 0 is an identity element (or neutral element) with respect to addition. . Subtraction: x â 0 = x and 0 â x = â x . . Multiplication: x Â· 0 = 0 Â· x = 0. . Division: 0 â x = 0, for nonzero x . But x â 0 is undefined, because 0 has no multiplicative inverse (no real number multiplied by 0 produces 1), a consequence of the previous rule; see division by zero. . Exponentiation: x 0 = x / x = 1, except that the case x = 0 may be left undefined in some contexts; see Zero to the zero power. For all positive real x , 0 x = 0. " (MORE)
It isn't. Zero is infinitely small, and dividing by zero is therefore the equivalent of multiplying by infinity. It is mathematically meaningless to ask what is zero multiplied by infinity. For that same reason, you cannot divide any number by zero. The answer will be undefined.
83*0 = 0 is the multiplicative property of zero. Incidentally, the identity property of multiplication states that x*1 = x = 1*x for all x in the group. That is a different property though sometimes confused with this one.
5c+7=23 -7 -7 5c=16 /5 /5 c= 3 & 1/5 or 16/5 thats really easy algebra 1 homework isn't it
The 'answer' is the number that 'c' must be, if 5c is really the same as -75. In order to find out what number that is, you could use 'algebra'. First, write the equation, so that you can look at it: 5c = -75 Now, use the law of algebra that says: "If equals are divided by equals, then… the quotients are equal". The left and right sides of your equation are equals. Divide them both by 5, and that law says that the quotients on both sides will be equal: c = -15 (MORE)
If you meant you want to solve for c on: 5c-3 = 2c+6 you have to simplify the formula. Step 1: Subtract 2c from both sides: 3c-3 = 6 Step 2: Add 3 to both sides 3c = 9 Step 3: Divide both sides by 3 c = 3
It is a single equation of direct proportionality. It cannot be solved since that would require two linear equations.
Zero is nothing. If you have ten things and you take nothing away from them, you still have ten things. If you have nothing and split it ten ways, you still have nothing.
No, zero divided by anything is considered 'undefined' which meansthere is no answer. However, the answer would be zero, not 0.1
The official definition for the word impedance is " the effectiveresistance of an electric circuit or component to alternatingcurrent, arising from the combined effects of ohmic resistance andreactance."
Impedance is the effective resistance of an electric current to thealternating current that arises from the combined effects of ohmicreactance and resistance.
If you owe money to four people, but you today have no money, then $0 divided between 4 people means each of them gets $0
To make 0 0 0 equal 8, place one zero on top of another zero and remove the last zero!
Imagine you have apples that you have put into groups, with each group having 5 apples in it. If you take one group, you have 5 apples. This is the same as 5 x 1. 5 is how many apples per group you have. 1 is how many groups you take. If you take two groups of apples, you have 10 apples. This is the… same as 5 x 2. Now consider if you don't take any groups of apples. How many apples would you have? You wouldn't have any. This is the same as 5 x 0. (MORE)
question does not say 10 what 2 x 5c coins = 10c 200 x 5c coins = $10
If that is an equation: 5c = 10 then the value of c is 2