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4434Interactive Airplane Landing - Application of Trigonometry
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Use principles of trigonometry to calculate the correct angle of decent for an aircraft during an emergency landing on an air strip just long enough for the aircraft. Be careful, an incorrect calculation could put the aircraft in danger.IPv4 Subnetting Practice
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Automatically generated IPv4 subnetting practice problems. Based on an IP address and subnet mask, student determines the network and broadcast address.Compare Sorting Algorithms
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Java applet, which allows users to compare sorting algorithms.Mathematical Expression of a sine wave
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This interactive simulation allows students to modify components of a sine wave mathematical expression and see the how the resulting waveform is affected. Requires Flash.RC Transient Response Simulation
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Interactive flash simulation allows students to adjust resistance and/or capacitance in a RC circuit and then view the resulting transient response after closing a switch. The voltage across R and C are displayed on a graph as well as an analog meter.CircuitLab
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Draw, save, simulate and share electrical circuits. Note, as of August 2013, this resource is no longer free to students. Determine sine wave characteristics using an oscilloscope
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Practice reading sinusoidal characteristics using an oscilloscope. A sine wave is displayed on an oscilloscope screen. Using the oscilloscope settings, the student must provide several sine wave characteristiced (Vpp, Vp, Vrms, period and frequency).FCC Element 1 Practice Exam
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To obtain an FCC commercial operator license, one or more written elements (tests) must be taken. The written elements are labled Element 1, 3, 6, 7, 7R, 8 and 0. Most commercial operators licenses require the passing of written Element 1, which covers basic radio law and operating practice. This web application enables the user to practice taking the Element 1 exam. LM555 Astable Multivibrator
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LM555 Astable Multivibrator internal simulation Photovoltaics oline textbook
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An online and interactive photovoltaic textbook. Embedded within the textbook are several Java and flash simulations. These simulations along with live calculators allow students to interact with the material. The following chapters are included;Chapter 1 - IntroductionChapter 2 - Properties of SunlightChapter 3 - PN JunctionChapter 4 - Solar Cell OperationChapter 5 - Design of Silicon CellsChapter 6 - Manufacturing Si CellsChapter 7 - Modules and ArraysChapter 8 - Characterization