## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The plate load n is

battery potential EB and making an angle tan-1 rt with the % axis. The quiescent

point Q (ep — ip = 0) has the coordinates Eb, Ib. The heavy line extending on

either ...

The plate load n is

**represented**by the straight line extending back from thebattery potential EB and making an angle tan-1 rt with the % axis. The quiescent

point Q (ep — ip = 0) has the coordinates Eb, Ib. The heavy line extending on

either ...

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The product of abscissa and ordinate of a point on the characteristic

the rate of consumption of power by the device at that point. In the case of a

passive element this product is positive, and in the case of a battery or generator

...

The product of abscissa and ordinate of a point on the characteristic

**represents**the rate of consumption of power by the device at that point. In the case of a

passive element this product is positive, and in the case of a battery or generator

...

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If /(<) is continuous, the series

discontinuity, but of limited fluctuation of /(<), the series

value of the function as the point of discontinuity is approached from the two

sides.

If /(<) is continuous, the series

**represents**the function accurately; at a point ofdiscontinuity, but of limited fluctuation of /(<), the series

**represents**the meanvalue of the function as the point of discontinuity is approached from the two

sides.

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