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1:42 AM
Smith < I sent you the books so you can figure it out now, if you want to that is.
 
 
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5:41 AM
@TonyStewartSunnyskyguyEE75 I would rather ask the question and get help by an answer kind of thing.
Sometimes learning is through giving the answer. So that I can see the answer and figure out if the answer is applicable in my case. If so then since I have a valid answer I then figure out why and how precisely that answer is given.
"If one way doesn't work then start a new branch of the tree"- Scientist Smith YT "One way thinking can be a social norm, but can also not give one the ability of flexibility. Which can lead to questions not getting answered" -Scientist Smith YT
These are very applicable in this case. This is how I learned theoretical physics by being given the answers and then I naturally become passionate and curious about figuring out how it came to be and precisely how it all works together. I say precisely because generic understanding or accurate understanding is harder to teach.
Teach and understand by the students learning. I have taught theoretical physics for the 3 out of 4 grades in high school for the 180 day school year. But I was a student. It started with me asking to teach for a couple days. But then I ended up teaching my own class on whatever I wanted in physics. The physics teacher ended up grading me for teaching the class. I passed that class with a percentage of 125%
 
6:02 AM
That's cool, but good luck. you need to understand impedance of an arc and variables that you control that affect it. It has negative resistance like an SCR and positive resistance. so no answer or solution is possible with input you give.
 
6:41 AM
@TonyStewartSunnyskyguyEE75 I haven't given all of the input I have available. But anyways, what does the 40/70 mean on s KSD1 N S 2 thermo cut off switch? Temp in C for shut off temp?
 
7:20 AM
Thanks, but I'm looking more for what the 40/70 means.
 

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