# Ohms Law Made Easy for DC Series Circuits

Features Includes:
• Self-paced with Life Time Access
• Certificate on Completion
• Access on Android and iOS App

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Engineering

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01:42:21

• 8 Students Enrolled

Description

Welcome to Ohmâ€™s Law Made Easy for DC Series Circuits. By the end of this course, students will be comfortable with Ohmâ€™s Law and the Series Circuit Rules and Math Calculations for Automotive or Basic DC Electronics Series Circuits.

After 10 Years of Teaching Ohm's Law, Automotive Electrical, Electronics and Diagnostics to thousands of students in a classroom environment, I have developed Online Courses for Beginners on up.

Ohmâ€™s Law expresses the relationship between Voltage, Current and Resistance in an Electrical or Electronic Circuit. By knowing any two values, voltage and current, voltage and resistance, or current and resistance, the third value can be calculated mathematically. Understanding the Math behind these relationships can help you in your diagnostic thought process.

This course is Geared toward Automotive students, Beginning Electronics Students and Do it Yourselfers that desire a Solid Foundation and Understanding of DC Series Circuits and Ohmâ€™s Law. This course does more than just show you a formula and tell you about a concept, it walks you through the thought process, the steps, and the reasoning behind them.

This course provides practice examples and detailed explanations of how the answers were calculated and determined.

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Basic knowledge
• There are No Prerequisites to this Course

What will you learn
• Beginner Electrical Students who want to Learn the Foundation Material First
• Intermediate Students who have never quite understood what Ohm's Law was all about
Course Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 25 Total Duration: 01:42:21
Reviews
Gary Pallant â€“ May 10, 2020

Taught in a manner that is easy to understand for even anyone that has no knowledge of automotive electrics, just requiring a little practice.

Johnathan Pearson â€“ March 30, 2020

Great course Easier to understand with all slides