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Hello I'm new to electricity, what should i learn first ? Answered

Hello guys.
I'm an undergraduate student and I'm studying Electrical Engineering. I'm on semester 7 right now. But until now i still cant make anything.
I have a dream about making a robot. But i didn't know where to start. In my university they only teach me how to answer a question. They didn't teach me how to make something.
I want to make other things beside robot too, but i think i will focus on making a robot first.
Can you guys help me what should i learn ?
Sorry for my bad English.
Thank you very much.

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BenC37

2 years ago

V=I*R Ohms Law.

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ams31

2 years ago

If you want to make electronic circuits & Robots then the most important thing is to understand is the Basic working of various types of components. Get a solder kit and practically try out various circuits. Start from smaller circuits and gradually move your way up.

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steveastrouk

2 years ago

See if you can get them to ask the question "How do you build a robot" and teach you to answer it.

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rickharris

2 years ago

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-electricity-an...

It normally takes 4 or 5 years to make an electronics engineer and then another 5 years to give them experience to make them useful.. HOWEVER you have to start somewhere.

University is different to school, it is a place where you have the opportunity to learn yourself. It is unlikely that there will be a lot of teaching in terms of do this do that.

BUT you should have seminars where the basic principles are discussed and should be doing workshop practice to learn practical aspects.

Just making things from projects here will help you learn.

Start simple and build your knowledge and skill.