What kind of math is needed for electrical engineering?

Electronics engineering careers usually include courses in calculus (single and multivariable), complex analysis, differential equations (both ordinary and partial), linear algebra and probability. Fourier analysis and Z-transforms are also subjects which are usually included in electrical engineering programs. Do you need to be good at math to be an electrical engineer? Lots of math courses …

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Question: Why my car headlights are not bright enough?

The most common reasons why headlights don’t get bright enough are that they either a lack of voltage in the circuit, the wrong size bulb, or the lens of the headlight is oxidized or faded. … If that is fine then the lens on the headlamp may be faulty. These things would need to be …

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What happens if you charge a car battery backwards?

Unless the battery is nearly completely discharged, you will likely destroy your battery charger. Many battery chargers have reverse polarity protection. With reverse polarity protection nothing happens. If you did manage to reverse the battery polarity, it would in most cases spell doom for the battery. What happens if you charge a car battery the …

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Best answer: Does making a windshield claim increase insurance?

Whether a glass claim can affect your future car insurance rates depends on your insurance company. Generally, a glass claim to repair or replace your windshield shouldn’t have much of an impact (if any) on your car insurance rates. Does windshield replacement make insurance go up? Does a windscreen claim effect your renewal premium? The …

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Frequent question: Are Briggs & Stratton engines good?

Originally Answered: Are Briggs and Stratton engines good? Yes; they are fairly reliable, parts are readily available and they are relatively easy to service and repair. But in small engines the Honda is better both in terms of performance and reliability. Are Briggs and Stratton engines good? Briggs and Stratton engines are generally cheaper but …

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Best answer: Where is the engine in a VW bus?

There is no engine and hood sticking out past the windshield. VW stuck the bus’s air-cooled four-cylinder in the back, as with the Beetle. What engine is in a 1977 VW bus? The original VW 25 Horsepower 1100cc Engine has a Fuel Pump that mounts to the SIDE of the Engine Case, to the LEFT …

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You asked: Are car fuses universal?

Not all car fuses are the same, and most cars have multiple fuses of varying sizes for different electrical components. When you are replacing a car fuse, it is essential to replace the blown fuse with a new one of the same type and size. You should also never replace a blown fuse with one …

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Can you put motor oil in an automatic transmission?

Similar to what is put in the motor. Motor oil and transmission fluid would generally be different viscosities, that’s not great long term, but won’t harm a transmission outright. Motor oil has friction modifying additives. Transmission fluid has friction modifying additives. What happens if you put motor oil in transmission? Using the wrong fluid can …

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How does a capacitor start single phase motor work?

A start capacitor stays in the circuit long enough to rapidly bring the motor up to a predetermined speed, which is usually about 75% of the full speed, and is then taken out of the circuit, often by a centrifugal switch that releases at that speed. Afterward the motor works more efficiently with a run …

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How much is it to get rust off your car?

Surface rust repairs might cost a few hundred dollars—the higher range is an estimated $650—but full rust removal can cost thousands, $3,000 on average. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to replace instead of repair the vehicle, especially because rust often affects older cars at a higher rate. How much does it cost …

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