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APR101 LME: Elect. Theory Fundamental

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Covers electrical theory and math for computing the values of voltage, amperage, resistance and power. Also covers various types of electrical circuits (series, parallel, combination) when applying Ohm's Law. Introduces electrical safety, conductors, wire sizes and their application as per the American Wire Gauge (AWG) Table. The principles of voltage drop, efficiency and cost of electrical energy will also be covered. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)

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40671STC Remote
Wednesday
from 6 to 8:50pm

From September 29 through December 15, 2021
Textbooks for CRN 40671
Instructor: Larry H Osborn
Tuition: credit Fees: $0
Notes: Course identified for 1st year/1st term LME apprentices.

Course details: CRN 40671

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