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This assignment is to read pages 145-174 and answer the questions below.
ELECTRONS – GO WITH THE FLOW! (book pgs. 145-157; CD#4, Track 1)
1. The name for EMF? ___________________________
2. The flow of electrons__________________________
3. The opposition to the flow of electrons__________________
4. What device stores a chemical charge? _____________________
5. Most ham radios require _____________volts for mobile operation.
6. Measure current with this ___________________________.
7. __________________ is measured in series, and ____________is measured in parallel.
8. A good conductor_____________________
9. A good insulator_____________________
10. The amount of voltage that comes out of you home socket_________
11. A device that allows current to flow in only one direction_________
12. The unit of resistance_____________________
13. A variable resistance device_____________________
14. What device stores energy in a magnetic field? _________________
15. Which device stores energy in an electric field?
16. The unit of capacitance? _________________________
17. A device that turns on or off a circuit? ______________________
18. A device that might amplify a signal? _______________________
19. FET stands for __________________
20. Which battery chemistry is most dangerous with an overcharge?____________________________________________________________
21. What are the two electrodes of a diode? ___________________________
22. How is the cathode lead of a semiconductor diode usually identified ____________________________________________________________
23. Opposition to AC current flow in a circuit is called? ___________________
24. What component can be used as an electronic switch or amplifier?_____________________________________________________________
25. What are the three electrodes of a PNP transistor? ___________________
26. What are the three electrodes of a field effect transistor? (FET)_____________________________________________________________
 
IT’S THE LAW, PER MR. OHM! (book pgs. 158-162; CD #4, Track 1)
1. Draw 2 different types of Ohm’s Law Circles.
2. Power equals ________ X __________.
3. Voltage equals ________X _________.
4. If you are calculating current, it is Voltage divided by _________.
5. If you are calculating resistance, it is Voltage divided by ________.
6. In all of the problems, you are always dividing the larger number by the ______ number.
7. Could they ever substitute different numbers than what is in the book and on the audio course on your upcoming examination?____________
8. What voltage across a 2 Ohm resistor with 0.5 amps flowing through it?__________________________________________________________
9. What is the current flowing through a 24 Ohm resistor connected across 240 volts?__________________________________________________
10. What is the resistance with 3 amps current flow through a resistor connected to 90 volts?____________________________________________________________
 
PICTURE THIS! (book pgs. 163-174; CD#4, Track 2)
1. Draw the symbol for a resistor_______________________
2. Draw the symbol for a variable capacitor_________________________
3. Draw the symbol for an antenna__________________________
4. Draw a transistor symbol ________________________
5. Draw a chassis ground symbol __________________________
6. Draw a transformer symbol_____________________________
7. Draw a diode symbol___________________________________
8. Draw an LED symbol___________________________________
9. Doubling your power output results in how much db gain? ________
10. A ten times increase in power will result in how much db gain? _____
11. What does LED stand for? ________________________
12. How many watts are 500 milliwatts? ____________________
13. A cold solder joint looks like this___________________________.
14. What will happen if you measure voltage with your multimeter on the resistance scale?
15. What do the 2 vertical lines represent in a transformer schematic?_______________core
16. Another name for a switch controlled by an electromagnet? ___________                           
17. How many GHz on a dial that reads out 2425 MHz? __________________
18. How many MHz is 28,400 kHz? ___________________________________
19. How many microfarads are 1,000,000 picofarads? ____________________
20. A cold solder joint will look? ______________________________________
 

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