electric - the set of physical phenomena associated with the presence and motion of matter that has a property of electric charge.

An electric motor makes 3,000 revolutions per minutes. How many degrees does it rotate in one second

An electric motor makes 3,000 revolutions per minutes. How many degrees does it rotate in one second?
We want to convert revolutions per minute to revolutions per second:
3000 revolutions per minute / 60 seconds per minute = 50 revolutions per second
Using our [URL='http://www.mathcelebrity.com/anglecon.php?quant=50&type=revolution&pl=Calculate']revolutions to degrees calculator[/URL], we get [B]18,000[/B]

An electrician starts off the day with 600 feet of copper wiring on his truck. During the course of

An electrician starts off the day with 600 feet of copper wiring on his truck. During the course of the day he uses pieces 100, 82, 25, and 40 feet long. The next day, he purchases another 400 feet and puts it on his truck and later in the day uses pieces of 41, 39, and 44 feet long. How many feet of wiring are still on the truck at the end of the second day?
If the electrician uses pieces, we subtract. If he purchases pieces, we add. So we have:
600 - 100 - 82 - 25 - 40 + 400 - 41 - 39 - 44 = [B]629 feet[/B]

Answer an electrician charges a base fee of $75. plus a $50 for each hour of work. The minimum the e

Answer an electrician charges a base fee of $75. plus a $50 for each hour of work. The minimum the electrician charges is $175. Create a table that shows the amount the electrician charges for 1,2,3, and 4 hours of work.
The hourly cost for h hours worked is C(h):
C(h) = Max(175, 50h + 75)
1 hour cost:
C(1) = Max(175, 50(1) + 75)
C(1) = Max(175, 50 + 75)
C(1) = Max(175, 125)
[B]C(1) = 175[/B]
2 hour cost:
C(2) = Max(175, 50(2) + 75)
C(2) = Max(175, 100 + 75)
C(2) = Max(175, 175)
[B]C(2) = 175[/B]
3 hour cost:
C(3) = Max(175, 50(3) + 75)
C(3) = Max(175, 150 + 75)
C(3) = Max(175, 225)
[B]C(3) = 225[/B]
4 hour cost:
C(4) = Max(175, 50(4) + 75)
C(4) = Max(175, 200 + 75)
C(4) = Max(175, 275)
[B]C(4) = 275[/B]

Direct Current (Electrical Engineering) Ohms Law

Enter two of the following items from the DIRECT CURRENT(DC) electrical engineering set of variables, and this will solve for the remaining two:

* I = current(amps.)

* V = Electricity potential of voltage(volts)

* R = resistance(ohms)

* P = power(watts)

* I = current(amps.)

* V = Electricity potential of voltage(volts)

* R = resistance(ohms)

* P = power(watts)

Jerry, an electrician, worked 7 months out the year. What percent of the year did he work?

Jerry, an electrician, worked 7 months out the year. What percent of the year did he work?
We know that there are 12 months in a year.
Percentage worked = Months worked in a year / months in a year * 100%
Percentage worked = 7/12 * 100%
Percentage worked = 0.5833333 * 100%
Multiplying by 100 means we shift the decimal place 2 spaces to the right:
Percentage worked = [B]58.33%[/B]

Sara bought a gas-electric hybrid car. She traveled 481.25 miles and used 9.625 gallons of gas. How

Sara bought a gas-electric hybrid car. She traveled 481.25 miles and used 9.625 gallons of gas. How many miles did the hybrid car travel for each gallon of gas?
481.25/9.625 = [B]50 miles per gallon[/B]

Trade Cost

Calculates the saved hours under the electrician/carpenter model of specializing in jobs as well as opportunity cost.

Word Problem

Suppose the consumption of electricity grows at 5.3% per year, compounded continuously. Find the number of years before the use of electricity has tripled. Round to the nearest hundredth.