Sketch one form of full-wave rectifier circuit together
with smoothing components. If the supply frequency
is 400 Hz, what is the ripple frequency?
In this paper I will be discussing and analyzing the issue of schooling in home. Homeschooling is an alternative method of delivering an education to students. Students are taught at home through online courses. Homeschooling is an important alternative method for students who, for example, maybe have a severe illness or students who suffer through bullying. Homeschooling can allow students to learn material at their own pace and allows for a more one on one experience with an educator. However, homeschooling also presents some setbacks. In the article “Differences in Competence, Autonomy, and Relatedness between Home Educated and Traditionally Educated Young Adults” by Gina Riley, the author discuss the differences between students educated at home and students educated traditionally and their ability to achieve competence, autonomy, and relatedness. This article was published in the journal, “International Social Review: Volume 90. Issue 2.” Gina Riley, Ph.D., is a published author and an educational psychologist who teaches at Hunter College in Manhattan, NY, USA. Riley focuses on the idea of intrinsic motivation throughout her journal; an idea that suggests that an individual does something because they enjoy it and not to gain any external outcomes. She discusses whether the facets of intrinsic motivation, competence, autonomy, and relatedness, are satisfied better by students coming out of homeschooling versus students who have gone through traditional education. She begins by discussing the difference between intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation, calling intrinsic motivation “innate.” She introduces the idea that students enrolled in traditional education possess extrinsic motivation; they strive to do good for rewards like good test scores and recognition by their teacher.>GET ANSWER