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Principles of Management (lesson #01) – Introduction to Organization & Management

What is an organization? There are many definitions for the term organization in different contexts but there are some common attributes in every context to become an organization. As in the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary, Organization is defined as, “A group...

Basic Electricity (lesson #03) – Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law

What is KVL (Kirchhoff's Voltage Law) In the last lesson, we had a discussion on KCL and now we are going to understand what is KVL (Kirchhoff's voltage law) and how to apply KVL.              So let's...

Basic Electricity (lesson #02) – Kirchhoff’s Current Law

What is KCL (Kirchhoff's Current Law) The first kirchhoff's law is Kirchhoff's current law in short known as KCL and the second Kirchhoff's law is Kirchhoff's voltage law in short known as KVL and these two laws were given by Gustav Kirchhoff a German physicist and in...
Industrial Economics (Quiz #01) – Basics

Industrial Economics (Quiz #01) – Basics

1. What do you mean by “Economics” Economics is the study of how humans make choices and limited resources and conditions of scarcity. These decisions can be made by individuals’ families and businesses of societies. It is a social science related to the production,...

Fluid Mechanics (lesson #01) – Basics

Fluid Mechanics (lesson #01) – Basics

Introduction  Fluid Mechanics is that discipline in the broad field of applied mechanics that is concerned with the behavior of liquids and gasses at rest or in motion. It covers a vast array of phenomena that occur in nature (with or without human intervention.)...

Basic Electricity  (lesson #01)

Basic Electricity  (lesson #01)

What is an electrical circuit A system of conductors and components forms a complete path current for flow. Properties of an electrical circuit including Voltage (Volts/V)Current (Amps/A)Resistance (Ohms/Ω) Current Flow The conventional current that assumes current...

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