Your Calculation Corner
- Due No Due Date
- Points None
This is the point where you go back through all the calculation corners up to now and integrate them into the application of your project. Think about the steps we've talked about and return to the module that is appropriate if necessary.
Load sizing - Since this is a small project, you can calculate each device's wattage, amp draw and load per circuit. Circuits - how many will you need for the various devices, lighting, large equipment, etc. for your particular remodel or project. Wire Size & Protection - Calculate the wire size and circuit breaker protection needed for these branch circuits. Service Panel - Make sure there is enough room in your service panel or be prepared to discuss upsizing of service. Loan Calculations - Show the load calc. for your particular project in the calculation corner for this module! Good luck |
Action Requireded:
- Download the attached file - it has your math problems.
- Workout the problems in whatever way is best for you.
- Click here to check your answers-do they match mine? If not, use the hints to see where you may have got off track, ask a question within our course, or contact your tutor.
- Submit your answers in a word processing document.
For math calculations, you MUST show all of your work so that I can give you credit. Here is a tutorial to show you how this works in Word 2010 http://www.addictivetips.com/microsoft-office/add-math-equations-with-word-2010-equation-editor/
Options for math equations in electronic files
- you can use the Equation tool in Word 2010 as shown above
- use your keyboard to show your work.
- Purchase a math equation product-this one is $57 for students: http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathtype/
- use a Livescribe (or similar) pen
- Use a tablet pc or ipad with stylus
Submit the file with your NEC homework here as an attachment.
I will look over your homework and give you feedback as needed.