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So We Just Consider the Resistor's Tolerance, Right?

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Adam-Taylor
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Adam-Taylor   12/9/2013 3:32:01 PM
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No I am not, but it is an amazing video I here you are putting together a team for EELive!

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   12/9/2013 3:30:55 PM
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Adam, I just noticed the color of your tie in your profile photo ... you aren't one of the guys in this video, are you?

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Re: How close, yet how far...
Adam-Taylor   12/9/2013 3:25:17 PM
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Max 

hopefully both mean the same ;)

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Max The Magnificent   12/9/2013 3:22:49 PM
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Hi Adam -- when you are talking about tollerance you say "This defines how close to the nominal value is allowable for the resistor when it is manufactured."

I would have tended to say that it defines the permissible limits of variation from the nominal value ... just sayin' :-)

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