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|School / Organization||University of Colorado at Boulder|
|Title||Current in DC Circuits|
|Simulations||Rangkaian Kit Konstruksi (Hanya DC)|
|Description||The goals of this lab are to complete our understanding of how voltage, current, and resistance relate to each other in circuits, and to learn how to use an ammeter to measure current directly. This lab was used in an introductory college-level algebra-based physics course. This was the second of a two part lab on DC circuits. A research study using this lab found that most students found using the simulation more useful and more enjoyable than using real equipment: http://www.colorado.edu/physics/EducationIssues/papers/perc06_keller.pdf|
|Level||Undergraduate - Intro|
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