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recently i performed a as level physics practical but joining the components together was were hard, i could not do it. so please provide me some tips on it. there is a diagram given and we have to join the components according to it.
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(Original post by shah kaivan)
recently i performed a as level physics practical but joining the components together was were hard, i could not do it. so please provide me some tips on it. there is a diagram given and we have to join the components according to it.
You need to give some context and a bit of technical detail if you want useful advice. What was the experiment, what were the componets, how were you trying to join them etc.
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there was one variable resister
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one battery
one wooden scale with a metal wire
one 10 ohm resister
one x component
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(Original post by shah kaivan)
one battery
one wooden scale with a metal wire
one 10 ohm resister
one x component
Ok, so its an electronics problem, that helps. What does the practical ask you to do (e.g. determine the resistance of the unknown component ?) and are you given any measuring equipment (volt meter, ammeter etc) and something to put it all together with (breadboard ?).

As a starting point - DONT - build anything to begin with, sketch out a circuit design on a bit of paper first, its a much faster way of getting your thoughts in order. Then start building to your circuit design and test if it works as you expect.
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