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Ch 46: ASVAB: Power, Devices & Computers

About This Chapter

The Power, Devices & Computers chapter shows you a variety of information geared toward competencies assessed on the ASVAB. Concepts in the chapter are effectively broken down in text and in video formats.

ASVAB: Power, Devices & Computers - Chapter Summary

The information in this chapter on power, different devices and computers gets you ready for questions on the ASVAB stemming from a particular subtest. These lessons provide the preparation for you to correctly answer any questions that are concerned with:

  • What electrical power is and how it's expressed
  • Electric motors and generators
  • Using Joule's law to determine a load's power loss
  • Differences between analog and digital devices
  • Binary computer language

The video lessons feature lively animation, and the engaging text lessons make it easy to spot the key terms for a given topic by using bold print. These major components are also likely to show up in the practice quizzes that go with each lesson.

Objectives of the ASVAB: Power, Devices & Computers Chapter

The ASVAB is concerned with finding out whether the examinee has the required aptitude to join the military. This chapter will help you with some questions that you could be asked when you reach the Electronics Information subtest. The length of this subtest reaches 16 multiple-choice questions if you take the computer version, and 20 questions are featured on the paper version of the exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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