What is the term for rection that requires energy input?
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What is meant by the terms 'active high input' and 'active low input'?
The term "active low" means that the input on an IC requires a logic low for it to be activated, i.e a low voltage (of course the voltage range is dependent on the technology, TTL, CMOS etc) Active high is the opposite... the input requires a logic high for it to be activated. A simple example to illustrate, an 8bit counter can count UP/DOWN this functionality is controlled with only one pin, an active high on that pin to count up or low to count down.
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What is effIcency of a machine?
Efficiency is the common term for any thing. Usually we give input to perform an act and we derive some output because of that. As far as material machines are concerned definitely output power cannot exceed input power due to conservation of energy. Therefore the ratio of the output power to that of input is defined as efficiency of the machine. Usually it will be given in percentage by muliplying the decimal by 100.