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TryEngineering: Using Ohm’s Law to Build a Voltage Divider accompanies TryEngineering: Get Connected With Ohm's Law
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This is a simpler lab activity for Grades 8-12, designed for students with little prior exposure to Ohm's Law. Students build simple circuits and use a digital multimeter to explore mathematical relationships.


TryEngineering: Using Ohm’s Law to Build a Voltage Divider is supplemented by Mag Lab U: Georg Ohm
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Short bio of Georg Ohm, the 19th-century who formulated Ohm's Law, describing the relationship between electrical current, resistance, and voltage.


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TryEngineering: Using Ohm’s Law to Build a Voltage Divider is supplemented by Worksheet: Voltage Divider Circuits
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A set of 37 problems (with answers) on the focused topic of voltage divider circuits, appropriate for introductory physics, applied physics, or electronics courses.



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