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Closing Case 1: “Planning for the Chevy ** Volt**”
1. From the case of Chevy

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Planning for the Chevy ** Volt**
Name
Institution
Planning for the Chevy

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I=0.1 mA=0.0001A
V=1.033 v
R=10000 ohm
V=IR = 0.0001x10000=1 ** volts**
we obtained 1.033

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voltage magnitudes of 230 Vrms,
balanced 3-phase transmission line and balanced 3-phase load. The supply
frequency is 50 Hz.
Exercise 1 – Voltage Investigations
What is the peak phase voltage?
** Volts**
What is the peak line-line voltage?

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voltages to make the experiment fair then I will find the average. I will record the Voltage and the Current of the wire in every 10 meters.
I will record my results in a format of a table like this.
Length (cm) Current (I)(amperes) Voltage (V) (** volts**) Resistance ® (Ohms)
10m
20m
30m
40m
50m
60m
70m
80m
90m
100m
For the Current and the Voltage there will be 3 results then I will find the Resistance and get the average from that.
To find the...

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An Investigation of Ohm’s Law Stephen McGill
(22044566)
Results from test using 25Ω Resistor:
Voltage(** Volts**) | Current(mA) | Resistance(Ohms) |
0 | 0 | 0 |
0.57 | 20 | 28.5 |
1.01 | 40 | 25.25 |
1.49 | 60 | 24.83 |
2.01 | 80 | 25.12 |
2.51 | 100 | 25.1 |
3.0 | 120 | 25.0 |
3.51 | 140 | 25.0 |
4.0 | 160 | 25.0 |
4.5 | 180 | 25.0 |
5.03 | 210 | 23.95 |
5.52 | 230 | 24.0 |
6.02 | 250 | 24.08 |
6.51 | 270 | 24.1 |
7.0 | 290 | 24.13 |
7.5 |...

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can be as low as 2.5 ** volts** or even 1

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work is also ∆ in energy)
V = Vhigh - Vlow =
a. It takes _______ J of work to move 1.0 C of charge from the - to the + terminal of a 1.5-** volt** battery.
b. It takes 18 J of work to move _______ C of charge from the - to the + terminal of a 12-

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put the company into the situation of making inappropriate strategic decision. The project was initially proposed by top two managements. Due to lack of thorough analysis and plan, they could not convince other managers in order to pursue this Chevy ** Volt** project. This implied the missing link of strategic leadership that should have been a transformational force. In addition, the shareholder’s wealth creation had not been properly addressed and the well-defined business plan had not been emphasized...

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mica, fiberglass and air are good insulators.
• Electromotive Force (EMF) is the force that moves
electrons through conductors. Its unit of measure is the
** Volt**. Think of it as pressure.
• Voltage Source - has two terminals (+ and -). Some
examples are car batteries (12

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