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What is the equation of how much electricity we get through a generator?

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  1. TuringTest
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    Not exactly sure, but it must be closely related to the Ampere-Maxwell law which describes how current and change in electric flux relate to a magnetic field. This is actually what I'm learning about right now. Here's the equation just for the heck of it Integral form:\[\oint\vec B\cdot d\vec s=\mu_0I+\mu_0\epsilon_0\frac{d\Phi_E}{dt}\]Differential form:\[\nabla\times\vec B=\mu_0\vec J+\mu_0\epsilon_0\frac{\partial\vec E}{\partial t}\]obviously you have to cope with the efficiency of the system as well, and I don't know any formulas that take that into account.

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    Umm.. Is it even worth it to explain the equation to me?

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  3. Inopeki
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    Do so anyway :D

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  4. TuringTest
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    I think the only way to explain this without knowing calculus is to say that the first one says 'electric current and a changing electric flux produce a magnetic field' The second one is the same as the first one, but in a different form (like how a+b=c and a=c-b are the same equation solved for a different variable) so it says the same thing in a different way.

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    Aw man.. I want to know calculus..

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  6. TuringTest
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    this is more advanced multivariable calculus, so it's a few years down the road fun though, I like the symbols :D

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  7. Inopeki
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    TEACH ME CALCULUS

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  8. TuringTest
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    learn algebra and trig! lol

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  9. Inopeki
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    NO

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  10. Inopeki
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    Please tell me im done with algebra soon...

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  11. TuringTest
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    can you write the equation of an ellipse, hyperbola, complete the square, solve any quadratic and some higher order polynomials, solve equations by logarithm, etc. ? when you can do all those things you're towards the end of high school algebra

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    I guess im not even done with 1%...

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