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What happens to the series circuit if we add a second resistor?
If you add a second resistor, the resistance of series circuit will increase. ...
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Main points of Legendre differential equation?
The Legendre differential equation is the second-order ordinary differential equation(1) which can be rewritten(2) The above form is a special case of the so-called "associated Legendre differential equation" corresponding to the case . The Legendre differential equation has regular singular points at , 1, and . If the variable is replaced by , then the Legendre differential equation becomes(3) derived below for the associated () case. Since the Legendre differential equation is a second-order ordinary differential equation, it has two linearly independent solutions. A solution which is...
Asked in Mathematical Analysis
How do you find general solutions to difference equations in time series give written example please?
The answer will depend on the nature of the differential equation.
In a series circuit each device that is added to circuit decreases the?
Ohm's Law answers your question. Voltage = Current x Resistance. In a series circuit you are in effect adding resistance. If the Voltage remains constant then the answer is obvious looking at the equation above. ...
Asked in Physics, Electrical Engineering
How is a series circuit and a parallel circuit like their circuit names?
A series circuit is actually in series, but a parallel circuit, is Parallel ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
If you unscrewed the second bulb in the series circuit when it was on explain what happens to the first?
Unscrewing any bulb in a series circuit turns them all off. This is the same as opening the switch that controls them. ...
If you unscrewed the second bulb in the parallel circuit when it was on what happens to the first?
Nothing. That's why it's a parallel circuit. If it was a series circuit, then the first bulb would go out. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What is a seiries circuit?
Series Circuit We say Resistances are in series if the same current flows through all Resistances. A circuit containing of only series resistances is called a series circuit. A series circuit is a circuit that has the same intensity of current flow through its elements. ...
In series circuit why current drop beceause according to kichroff law cuurent remain same in series circuit?
In a series circuit current does stay the same thoughout the circuit, voltage drops in the series circuit. ...
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What has the author Avron Douglis written?
Avron Douglis has written: 'Ideas in mathematics' -- subject(s): Mathematics 'Dirichlet's problem for linear elliptic partial differential equations of second and higher order' -- subject(s): Differential equations, Linear, Differential equations, Partial, Dirichlet series, Linear Differential equations, Partial Differential equations ...
Series circuit is a circuit that has only one path for volage flow?
No, that is a paralel circuit. a series circuit has two paths
Asked in Electrical Engineering
How is an parallel circuit different from a series circuit?
a parralel circuit is different from a series circuit because if one thing goes out in a parralel circuit nothing else goes out. If something goes out in a series circuit everything goes out ...
Why are there discrepancies in measurements between a series and parallel circuit when checking resistance and current of both?
Current in each branch of a parallel circuit is always less than that of a comparable series circuit; this is because the current flow is divided through the branches, and each receives less according to its resistance. Resistance in each branch will be the same as if it was a series circuit, but the total resistance of the circuit will be lowered according to the equation 1/Rtotal = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + .. ...
What is a parallel series combination circuit?
There are four categories of circuit: series, parallel, series-parallel, and complex. As its name suggests, a 'series-parallel' circuit is a combination of both series and parallel elements. ...