Circuit Building Reflection
What did I do?
I familiarized myself with getting the right materials needed.
I interpreted the schematics in my own way and built it the way I see it.
I tested and solved problems that I encountered within my circuits.
I observed and made a truth table for each transistor gate.
What did I learn?
I learned that by changing small things on a circuit can change what the outcome will be.
I learned that with 2 inputs there are 4 outputs.
The formula for the number of outcomes is: 2 to the power of the number of inputs.
I learned that in the 555 timer circuit, the larger the capacitor and the larger the resistor, the slower the LED's blink.
I learned how to fill out a truth table.
I learned that having a schematic with me, helps a lot, especially when troubleshooting mistakes with the circuits.
What did I enjoy?
I enjoyed the challenge of making the circuits more compact.
I enjoyed seeing my circuits work.
What did I not enjoy?
I did not enjoy having to move things when there isn't enough space