# Al’s Electronic Class Room | Al’s Electronic Class Room   Al Explains what he covers in this Awesome Electronic’s Course

This course starts off with a fleeting History of Electronics. It then introduces the first time student to Current Flow, Voltage and Resistance. The course also offers an introduction of Ohm’s Law with several examples explained and the student are presented with Problems that they can solve, with the answers that follow. The next section covers the Basics In AC and DC Voltage. AC and DC Current and Current Direction. Defines the term quantity Ampere also Covers Basic characteristics of Resistance and Explains the Color Code System and the Tolerance System for Fixed Resistors and other Passive elements that provide Resistance in an Electronic Circuit. This is first step for someone who is entering the field of electronics. The Math section will cover many different Math Topics Related to the Decimal Numbering System. Al explains the mechanics involved in Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division with both positive and negative numbers’ Al explains fractions and decimal fractions along with Algebra basics. Section ends with an introduction to Trigonometry. All Concepts are backup with Problems so student can reinforce the material that was just explained. The Next Section (Circuit examination) takes the Student thru Calculating Voltage, Current and Resistance on a Series, similar and Series similar Circuits! Al gives the student a step by step instruction on how to solve these circuit similarities. After finishing this course the student should have a very good understanding of Voltage drops, Current Division and strength consumption in a Electronic Circuit. improvement Circuit examination Covers Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws and Network Theorems , Super Position, Thevenin Theorem and Norton Conversions. Al Gives a detailed explanation on each of these Circuit examination Techniques. This course is Broken into two Sections. Section one is Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws and Section two, network theorems and…

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