Here is a Mesh Analysis Practice Problem to practice basic mesh analysis and circuit analysis skills. This is a fairly basic problems without super-meshes. These are the types of problems you could find in the beginning of a Circuit Analysis 1 type of class. Typically around chapter 2 or 3 of your textbook.
Mesh Analysis Practice Problem Number 1
There are several questions that could be asked for this problem.
Solve these questions using mesh analysis:
- What is the voltage across R2?
Continue reading to see a step by step solution on how to solve this question!
Menu System of Ti nSpire CX CAS
The Ti nSpire CX CAS has quite an extensive menu system. I though I would go through and list out the menu structure. I will eventually list how to use a lot of these features on the nSpire CX CAS calculator.
I had to purchase a scientific calculator for one of my classes so after some browsing online I decided to purchase the Ti-36x Pro and I was not disappointed. After using this calculator for a semester at college I decided post a Ti-36x Pro review. The Ti-36x Pro is packed with tons of features, such as the ability to solve simultaneous equations, evaluate definite integrals and a quadratic equation solver, just to name a few.
I use a metal Nite Ize Key Rack for my daily key carrying needs. After reading some of the amazon review of the keychain I saw several people had a few issues with keys becoming un-clipped and falling off. Although after about a month of use with the Key Rack, un-clipping has never happened to me. I figured it would rather be safe than sorry, so I decided to pick up a pair of the Nite Ize S-Biner Micro Locks.
So today, I was around the house and picked up a electrical plug and realized I had no idea what the holes on the prongs were for. I decided to research what the holes are for and I figured I would share my findings. So what are the holes in plugs for?
Looking around what I had around my house I was hard-pressed to find anything electrical plug that didn’t have the holes in it. Out of all my cables I could only find 1 plug that didn’t have the holes on it. This was on a device that was mail-ordered from China. The holes in the electical plug measured approximately 1/8″ (I found the holes were typically about 0.005″ undersized) in diameter located about 0.22″ from the end of each prong. So enough technical details; What are the holes in plugs for?