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- Introduction
- Lecture Notes
- Circuit & Relay Demonstrations
- Animated Examples

(Coming Soon) - Job Sheets
- Submitting Job Sheets
- Terms/Definitions

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- Basic Laws & Facts
- Electrical Units of Measurement
- Electrical Component

Concepts - Ohms Law
- Electrical Symbols
- Resistor Color Codes
- Conductors/Wire
- Electrical Troubleshooting

Ohm's Law shows the relationship between - Voltage (
**E**= Electromotive Force) - Current (
**I**= Amps) and - Resistance (
**R**= Ohms)
Ohm's Law is used to show the relationship between the voltage, amps and ohm's measured in an electrical circuit. We can calculate an unknown value simply by placing the two known values in a mathmatical equation. |

The horizontal line in the equation (circle) means divide the 2 remaining values.

The verticle line on the bottom means to multiply the remaining values.

Click the term to see examples calculating Voltage, Current and Resistance.