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# SKMA 111 - Applied Integrated Electrical Math I

Credits: 6
Develops competency in the application of mathematics principles to electrical circuit configurations. Includes mathematical equations and formulas necessary to solve D.C. circuit applications applied to electrical, mechanical and process industrial control equipment. Covers non-mathematical theory related to electricity and electronics.

Prerequisite(s): MATH LEVEL 3
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 90 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
1. Understand electrical circuit parameters and associated circuit configurations.
1. Study and demonstrate electrical vocabulary.
2. Use mathematics to solve OHMs Law and power equations.
3. Solve all parameters in a series circuit.
4. Solve all parameters in a parallel circuit.
5. Solve all parameters in a series-parallel combination.
6. Troubleshoot mathematical inaccuracies in series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits.
7. Use Kirchhoffs and Thevenins's to solve circuit configurations.
2. Construct electronic circuits for laboratory verification.
1. Determine and construct a series circuit and verify with test equipment circuit parameters.
2. Determine, construct and measure all parameters for parallel circuit.
3. Determine, construct and measure all parameters for series-parallel circuit.
4. Determine, construct and measure all parameters for a given OHMs Law and Watts Law circuit.
3. Convert an electronic circuit schematic to equivalent circuits and analyze different applications.
1. Mathematically extend the range of an ammeter.
2. Mathematically extend the range of a voltmeter.
3. Construct a voltage divider.
4. Build and measure a Wheatstone Bridge.
5. Mathematically calculate a DC equivalent circuit for a self-biased transistor circuit.
6. Construct and measure parameters of an attenuater.

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