Don't resist, try out the new Wheatstone Bridge inspired necklace! This necklace was modeled using CAD, Computer Aided Design, software.
Wheatstone bridges were invented in the 1830s by Samuel Christie, but were later brought into more frequent use by Charles Wheatstone. Wheatstone bridges actually provide very accurate measurements and are still used even as technologies have improved.
A wheatstone bridge is a simple circuit that is used for finding an unknown resistance. Circuits are connections electrons flow from a source, carrying energy. Each of the four zig-zag lines on the earrings represents a resistor in a circuit, as shown to the right. Resistors are put into circuits lower current flow and voltage.
If three of the resistances and the voltage being applied to the wheatstone bridge are known, then the last unknown resistance can be found using a simple formula.
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