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• 1. Drawing Electric Circuits
• 2. Drawing CircuitsIt is often necessary to draw a circuit to let anotherperson know what it is supposed to look like.
• 3. Drawing CircuitsSince everyone has their own ways of drawing pictures, auniversal system for drawing circuits has been developed.
• 4. Drawing CircuitsThis system consists of many different symbols that canbe connected like puzzle pieces.
• 5. Drawing CircuitsThis system consists of many different symbols that canbe connected like puzzle pieces.
• 6. Drawing CircuitsThe universal way of drawing circuitsis called a schematic circuit diagram.We have already seen several ofthe symbols that are used.
• 7. Try This.Draw the schematic circuit diagram of this circuit picture:
• 8. Try This.Answer: orRotation of the whole circuit or the amount of connector donot matter – but try to use only as much connector asrequired to make the diagram look neat.
• 9. Try This.Draw the schematic circuit diagram of this circuit picture:
• 10. Try This.Answer:Connecter lines must be straight.
• 11. Try This.Draw the schematic circuit diagram of this circuit picture:
• 12. Try This.This is incorrect.
• 13. Try This.Answer:Getting the order of components correct is important.
• 14. Try This.Draw a circuit with a source that leads out the negative endinto a light bulb, followed by an open switch, amotor, another light bulb, a resistor, and then back into thesource.
• 15. Try This.Draw a circuit with a source that leads out the negative endinto a light bulb, followed by an open switch, amotor, another light bulb, a resistor, and then back into thesource.