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Random_circuit_generator_v1.0.i386-aros

Description: Random Circuit Generator
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Version: 1.0
Date: 30 Jun 11
Author: Nigel Tromans
Submitter: Nigel Tromans
Requirements: None
Category: utility/scientific
License: Other
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Random circuit generator v1.0

The aim of this program is to let you practice your series and parallel circuit
analysis skills. After starting up the program will present you with a randomly
generated circuit containing a set of resistors in various combinations
(resistances shown in the resistor boxes in ohms), a battery (EMF shown in V)
and one or more ammeters and/or voltmeters with the value for that meter shown
within it (current in mA and pd in V). What you can then do is try working
through the circuit using the rules of series and parallel combinations to
confirm you can get the same values as shown on the meters. You can generate new
circuits by clicking on the the Easy, Medium or Hard labels.

Easy:   Straightforward circuits at the simpler end of what might be expected in
the UK's A-level Physics exam. Lots of ammeters and voltmeters included to help
you in your analysis.

Medium: Gives circuits typically seen in the exam up to the harder type of
circuit that might be set. Fewer ammeters and voltmeters included.

Hard:   Usually harder than would be seen in the UK's A-level Physics exam, if
you wish to really test yourself. Usually just one ammeter or voltmeter shown.

The level you are on is indicated by the label displayed in red.















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