# Give me the URL of source Who is the current record holder for the RBI in baseball?

I can tell you from the top of my head right now that the all-time RBI leader is Hank Aaron, but here is a source.

### How do you convert voltmeter to ohmmeter?

First you will need a constant current source. Do NOT connect the voltmeter to the constant current source without the resistor to be measured already connected. Do NOT use a battery, it is a voltage source. Then follow these steps to measure a resistor: connect the voltmeter across the resistor to be measured connect the voltmeter-resistor combination across the constant current source read the voltmeter and record the voltage disconnect the voltmeter-resistor combination from the…

### How can convert voltage source into current source?

Take the internal series resistance of the voltage source and make it the internal parallel resistance of the current source. Then compute using Ohm's law the current of the current source to be equal to the maximum current the original voltage source could supply a short circuit load. Note: the two sources are equivalent.

### What is the difference between voltage controlled and current controlled device?

A voltage controlled source is a passive energy source whose magnitude and direction in the circuit is controlled by a voltage source in any other part of the circuit. Similarly the current controlled source is controlled by a current source. So any devices controlled by voltage source and current source are called voltage devices and current devices respectively.

### How can calculate the current of 3 resistors wired in parallel?

Calculate the current of each resistor independently, then add the three currents together to get the total load current on the voltage source. If the source is a current source instead of a voltage source you need to calculate the voltage drop across the paralleled resistors, then calculate the current through each ressistor if you want it. The total load current is simply the current of the source.

### What is a current source?

A current source is a source that we can draw current from and can regulate to control the amount of current we draw. It is kind of a "mirror" of the voltage source. Here's how it might work. We usually are interested in keeping the current constant when we use a current source (though not always). To do this takes a varying voltage source to keep that current constant when using the source with a…

### How can you transform current source to voltage source?

Compute the open load voltage of the current source across its shunt resistance. This voltage becomes the voltage source's voltage. Move the current source's shunt resistance to the voltage source's series resistance. Insert the new voltage source into the original circuit in place of the current source.

### What determines the actual magnitude and direction of current through voltage source?

The voltage itself will determine the direction of current (assuming there isn't another source pushing current through the source backwards); the amount of current will be determined by the thevenin equivalent resistance of the circuit connected to that source (the resistance "seen" by the source, which can be lumped into a single circuit element).

### What is Difference Between Current Source and Voltage Source?

A voltage source provides a voltage, a current source a current. In reality, there is no such thing as an ideal voltage source or an ideal current source. There are usually internal resistances and limits of operation, such as the amount of current a voltage source can provide, or the amount of voltage a current source can provide. Good examples of a voltage source are batteries, generators, and alternators. These all provide a fixed or…

### Why resistors are connected in series with the voltage source and in parallel with current source?

a voltage source has very less(negligible)resistance.thus is considered as a short.if connected in parallel to a resistor will draw all the current acting as a short.thus is always connected in series of a resistor.where as a current source has tremendous resistance(infinity).thus if connected in series will be conidered as an open branch and no current will flow through it other than the source current.

### Wt is source current and sink current in a DC regulator?

The source current is that current which will leave the DC regulator and travel to the load circuit connected to it. The sink current is that current which may come from the load circuit and attempt to find a path through the ground through the regulator. Generally most regulators are designed to just source current to a load and are not setup to receive current back(sink it)

### What is difference between ideal current source and practical current source?

Internal resistance. The ideal current source has no internal resistance in parallel with it (if it was set to supply no current it would act as an open circuit), and all the current it supplied would have to flow through its load (even if the load was an open circuit, in which case the voltage across the current source would be infinite). A real current source has the practical limitation that it must have an…