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Electric Circuit Analysis deals with the fundamentals of electrical circuits, their components and the mathematical tools used to represent and analyse electrical circuits. By the end of the course, the student will be able to confidently analyse and build simple electrical circuits. Parts of this course include: Circuit Variables, Circuit Elements, Simple Resistive Circuits, Techniques of Circuit Analysis, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law problems, Kirchhoff's Current Law problems, Nodal Analysis problems, Mesh Analysis problems. The course comprises a total of about 25 pages with a high layout design quality. Course creators from other disciplines can use this course for ideas about organisation, layout and design of wiki courses. The course itself is suitable for non-specialists from secondary education upwards.

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The structure of the Earth is chemically divided into layers. The Earth has an outer silicate solid crust, a highly viscous mantle, a liquid outer core that is much less viscous than the mantle, and a solid inner core. Click on the image for a full size version which you can freely re-use and modify. Print it and use it for your lessons, integrate it into your pages on Wikiversity, or use it in other learning resources and websites. Use the links below to find more images like this one.

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At Wikiversity we are committed both to conventional learning patterns and resources, and to innovation and experimentation. Wikiversity is open to reconceptualising how web education can occur and how open educational resources can be made, and we are open to new ideas about the use of the Mediawiki environment for learning and research. Check out and help develop our learning projects and how learning works on Wikiversity, see how Wikiversity can help you, and explore how to get involved and start adding content.

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