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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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Note: To use above you will first have to learn to program a simple online simplified microprocessor. Then you can try to troubleshoot it. Binary required.

New for engineering students: Electronics Circuit Principles and Design Teaches electronic circuit design using animated and simulated circuits.

 

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This web can be used to for teaching mathematics, system troubleshooting, or both.  I believe the ability to perform these mathematical exercises should be a prerequisite to teaching electronics troubleshooting or any scientific analysis of system fault isolation.

 

 

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