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Basics SI Units 

Always use whole Volts, Amps, Ohms, Watts, Farads, Etc in your calculations.

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Conversions Between Units47 pF = 47 x 10^{12} F 10 nF = 10 x 10^{9} F 100 µF = 100 x 10^{6} F 22 kΩ = 22 x 10^{3} Ω 1.5 MΩ = 1.5 x 10^{6} Ω 35 mW = 35 x 10^{3} W 32 kHz = 32 x 10^{3} = 32000 Hz 771000 kHz = 711 MHz Common Mistakes

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