Meter Math teaches students to read meters and determine system performance from readings. Student must determine if a system failure indication is simply result of a bad meter or if a functional block has actually malfunctioned. Each functional block is defined by a transfer function ranging from simple arithmetic to logarithmic and exponential functions. Digital troubleshooting of binary system is also included. Yellow Blocks perform a mathematical operation on analog input and generate an analog output. The mathematical operations performed by the yellow block are referred to as the transfer function. 
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the teaching of system troubleshooting by teaching block diagram troubleshooting
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meter and gage readings to determine status of major systems. These meters
will be both real mechanical meters or virtual ones used to display important
system parameters on computer displays. The skill of troubleshooting purely mathematical systems
is applicable to electronics, hydraulics, nuclear engineering, flight
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and require no knowledge of any science, they are suitable for use in a K12
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