As someone who has only soldered something once in his life and did a terrible job of it, is there maybe some sort of disagreement-in-terms here where some folks are saying "he soldered really well at such a small scale, amazing" and other folks are saying "his solder points are messy/he shouldn't use the gun to hold the melted solder, sux" and y'all are just talking past each other, or is there something more interesting or complicated in terms of competing soldering dogmas going on? Help a layman out.
(joking about the radio receiver bit; I know it's not technically possible)
The solution is the equivalent of not mentioning the elaborate system of underground pipes and switches that were installed in the dams and water wheels that you can't see. Using filters and
I dismissed all thoughts along the lines of the solution due to the schematic, so I feel a bit cheated. For those who'd call me a nay-sayer and a hater, if he had Photoshopped in the light, would you not feel the same way? It's a similar level of misrepresentation - unless the circuit is explicitly DC, this is trivial.
A series circuit of 1 battery, 1 resistor, 3 switches, and 3 LEDs. What happens when you turn on each switch?
A unspecified circuit of 1 battery, 1 resistor, 3 switches, 3 LEDs, an AC source, some inductors, and some capacitors...
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