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Jakie elementy obwodu elektrycznego można wyróżnić?
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źródłowe i odbiorcze

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Flashcard 1795986165004

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Co to jest obód elektryczny?
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zbiór elementów połączonych ze sobą w taki sposób, że możliwy jest przepływ prądu elektrycznego co najmniej jedną drogą

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obwód elektryczny to zbiór elementów połączonych ze sobą w taki sposób, że możliwy jest przepływ prądu elektrycznego co najmniej jedną drogą

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Flashcard 1795991670028

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Co to są elementy odbiorcze?
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elementy w których energia elektryczna przetwarzana jest w inny rodzaj energii np. w energię cieplną, mechaniczną czy świetlną.

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elementy odbiorcze, czyli elementy pasywne (rezystory, cewki, kondensatory, silniki, źródła światła itp.), w których energia elektryczna przetwarzana jest w inny rodzaj energii np. w energię cieplną, mechaniczną czy świetlną.

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Flashcard 1795994291468

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rezystory, cewki, kondensatory, silniki, źródła światła to elementy odbiorcze inaczej zwane:
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pasywnymi

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elementy odbiorcze, czyli elementy pasywne (rezystory, cewki, kondensatory, silniki, źródła światła itp.), w których energia elektryczna przetwarzana jest w inny rodzaj energii np. w energię cieplną, mechaniczną czy świetlną.

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Flashcard 1795997437196

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Co to są elementy odbiorcze?
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rezystory, cewki, kondensatory, silniki, źródła światła - zachodzi w nich przetewarzanie energii elektrycznej w inny rodzaj energii np. w energię cieplną, mechaniczną czy świetlną.

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Welcome back to our series on the libraries of great men. The eminent men of history were often voracious readers and their own philosophy represents a distillation of all the great works they fed into their minds. This series seeks to trace the stream of their thinking back to the source. For, as David Leach, a now retired business executive put it: “Don’t follow your mentors; follow your mentors’ mentors.”
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General George S. Patton Reading List | The Art of Manliness
[imagelink] Brett and Kate McKay | March 26, 2018 Books, Libraries of Famous Men, Travel & Leisure The Libraries of Famous Men: George S. Patton <span>Welcome back to our series on the libraries of great men. The eminent men of history were often voracious readers and their own philosophy represents a distillation of all the great works they fed into their minds. This series seeks to trace the stream of their thinking back to the source. For, as David Leach, a now retired business executive put it: “Don’t follow your mentors; follow your mentors’ mentors.” From a very early age, George S. Patton had one overarching aim: to become a great and glorious combat commander. Becoming a military leader wasn’t just a goal, he felt, but his absol




Leadership

  • Alexander the Great by Arthur Weigall
  • Anything by J.F.C. Fuller, especially Generalship: Its Diseases and Their Cures — “He was so delighted with this that he sent a copy to his superior, a major general,” recalled Mrs. Patton. “It was never acknowledged. Later he gave 12 copies to friends, colonels only, remarking that prevention is better than cure.”
  • Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command by Douglas Southall Freeman
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General George S. Patton Reading List | The Art of Manliness
in 1942.” Memoirs of Erich Ludendorff, Paul von Hindenburg, and Marshal Foch Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant and George McClellan Stonewall Jackson by G.F.R. Henderson Current Events The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind by Gustave Le Bon <span>Leadership Alexander the Great by Arthur Weigall Anything by J.F.C. Fuller, especially Generalship: Its Diseases and Their Cures — “He was so delighted with this that he sent a copy to his superior, a major general,” recalled Mrs. Patton. “It was never acknowledged. Later he gave 12 copies to friends, colonels only, remarking that prevention is better than cure.” Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command by Douglas Southall Freeman Military History Anything by B. H. Liddell Hart, “with whom he often loved to differ” The Art of War in the Middle Ages by Charles Oman, and other books by him Fifteen Decisive Ba