glitterbug12 wrote:This amuses me... reminds me of this piece.
Oh yes, completely analogous... you beat me to this one. And the 666 timer made me speechless.
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glitterbug12 wrote:This amuses me... reminds me of this piece.
glitterbug12 wrote:This amuses me... reminds me of this piece.
forrestv wrote:
http://im.forre.st/resistors.jpg
I got 347 ohms for that circuit made of 463 ohm resistors, so 347/463 or about 0.749 ohms.
Steve the Pocket wrote:helo darqness wrote:sometimes xkcd lowers my self-esteem, as comics like this are so esoteric, i feel completely out of the loop and uneducated.
It's not supposed to mean anything; it's just a fake circuit design made out of nonsense.
Basically it's the electrical engineering equivalent of http://www.whitetreeaz.com/gibber/faeries_aire_and_death_waltz.jpg]this little beauty.
SteevyT wrote:Steve the Pocket wrote:helo darqness wrote:sometimes xkcd lowers my self-esteem, as comics like this are so esoteric, i feel completely out of the loop and uneducated.
It's not supposed to mean anything; it's just a fake circuit design made out of nonsense.
Basically it's the electrical engineering equivalent of http://www.whitetreeaz.com/gibber/faeri ... _waltz.jpg]this little beauty.
The percussion instructor here is going to see that.
(weird, wouldn't let me post without breaking the link)
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jslegers wrote:...So, I too confirmed the resistor blob value of 25265/33783 ohms using MATLAB symbolics and a reduced admittance-matrix [Zeq = (Ynn - (Ynr Yrr^-1 Yrn))^-1]. As mentioned above, this rounds to ~0.7479 ohms. And, while I appreciate the sentiment, It can only be ROUNDED to 1.337 mhos, and that likely happened by accident. Also, I now have an unmitigated desire to form a band called L337 Mhos.
You would likely not be interested to know that, for 5% normally-distributed resistors, this equivalent resistance would be ~ 0.7479 +- 0.0065 ohms. For 1% resistors, it would be +-0.0013 ohms. This comes from simulation in MATLAB.
Just thought I'd weigh in.
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