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Architecture and Construction (2009)
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1.) Identify structure and characteristics of the atom.

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2.) Explain the relationship of the atom to an electrical charge, including electrostatic field and law of charges.

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3.) Identify sources of electricity, including chemical, mechanical, and solar.

Examples: chemical—battery

- mechanical—generator

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4.) Explain electrical terms, including direct current (DC), voltage, resistance, power, conductors, and insulators.

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5.) Interpret electrical symbols

Examples: unit symbols, schematic symbols

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6.) Explain components of a basic circuit, including source, load, and conductor.

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7.) Explain electrical quantities and units of measure, including voltage, current, resistance, and power.

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8.) Determine electrical quantities of volts, ohms, and amperes utilizing appropriate test equipment.

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9.) Identify different types of resistors, including fixed and variable resistors.

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10.) Determine resistance values using the standard resistor color code.

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11.) Determine electrical and physical characteristics of resistors.

Examples: resistance, power rating, wattage

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12.) Solve problems in electrical series, parallel, and combination circuits using Ohm's law to determine voltage, current, resistance, and power.

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13.) Demonstrate the fabrication of specified DC circuits, including the use of soldering, breadboards, and wiring techniques.

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14.) Demonstrate troubleshooting techniques for circuits, including opens, shorts, and grounds.

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