Difference between revisions of "AppsOnPhysics/C3/Wheatstone'sBridgeandPotentiometer/English"
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'''Learning Objectives'''  '''Learning Objectives'''  
−   At the end of this tutorial you will be able to  +   At the end of this tutorial you will be able to, 
* Simulate the working of wheatstone bridge.  * Simulate the working of wheatstone bridge.  
* Solve a numerical based on wheatstone bridge.  * Solve a numerical based on wheatstone bridge.  
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[https://spokentutorial.org/ https://spokentutorial.org/] '''  [https://spokentutorial.org/ https://spokentutorial.org/] '''  
 To follow this tutorial, learner should be familiar with '''Apps on Physics'''.   To follow this tutorial, learner should be familiar with '''Apps on Physics'''.  
+  
For the Prerequisites tutorials please visit this site.  For the Prerequisites tutorials please visit this site.  
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 In this tutorial we will use,   In this tutorial we will use,  
−  '''Wheatstone's Bridge''' and''' Potentiometer Apps'''.  +  '''Wheatstone's Bridge''' and ''' Potentiometer Apps'''. 
    
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 To open the App, rightclick on '''wheatstonebridge_en.htm''' file.   To open the App, rightclick on '''wheatstonebridge_en.htm''' file.  
−  Select '''Open with Firefox Web Browser '''option.  +  Select '''Open with Firefox Web Browser''' option. 
    
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 Point to the rectangle with Question mark'''(?)'''   Point to the rectangle with Question mark'''(?)'''  
−   Wheatstone’s bridge is a simple circuit for measuring the unknown resistance.  +   '''Wheatstone’s bridge''' is a simple circuit for measuring the unknown resistance. 
    
 Point to the circuit.   Point to the circuit.  
−   Meter bridge uses the same principle for practical  +   '''Meter bridge''' uses the same principle for practical purpose. 
First we will learn about the circuit connections.  First we will learn about the circuit connections.  
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 Point to the galvanometer.   Point to the galvanometer.  
−   A galvanometer is connected between the two parallel branches of resistances.  +   A '''galvanometer''' is connected between the two parallel branches of resistances. 
−  Galvanometer is a device to detect small changes in current in the circuit.  +  '''Galvanometer''' is a device to detect small changes in current in the circuit. 
    
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Drag the sliding contact show the changes.  Drag the sliding contact show the changes.  
−   The negative terminal of the galvanometer is connected to the wire of 1 cm.  +   The negative terminal of the '''galvanometer''' is connected to the wire of 1 cm. 
The measurement of the wire is shown by the scale.  The measurement of the wire is shown by the scale.  
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−   Point to show the  +   Point to show the '''Sliding resistor'''. 
−   In the green panel the Sliding resistor is that of the wire.  +   In the green panel the '''Sliding resistor''' is that of the wire. 
    
 Change the value in the text field and show.   Change the value in the text field and show.  
−   We can vary the Sliding resistor from 1 ohm to 1000 ohms.  +   We can vary the '''Sliding resistor''' from 1 ohm to 1000 ohms. 
    
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Point to the values of voltage and current.  Point to the values of voltage and current.  
−   Select both the check  +   Select both the checkboxes. 
Observe that the values of voltage and current are shown in the circuit.  Observe that the values of voltage and current are shown in the circuit.  
    
−   Point to show the  +   Point to show the unknown resistance. 
−   We can calculate the unknown resistance when the bridge is balanced.  +   We can calculate the unknown resistance when the '''bridge''' is balanced. 
    
 Cursor on the interface.   Cursor on the interface.  
−   Let us now see how to balance the bridge.  +   Let us now see how to balance the '''bridge'''. 
    
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−   Drag the sliding contact to get 0 amperage.  +   Drag the sliding contact to get 0 '''amperage'''. 
−   To balance the bridge, drag the sliding contact to get a zero amperage.  +   To balance the '''bridge''', drag the sliding contact to get a zero '''amperage'''. 
    
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Also show by dragging the slider.  Also show by dragging the slider.  
−   We can also drag the slider in the green panel to change the amperage.  +   We can also drag the slider in the green panel to change the '''amperage'''. 
    
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 Observe the value of voltage and current at each resistances.   Observe the value of voltage and current at each resistances.  
−  The values are balanced in series parallel arrangement of resistances.  +  The values are balanced in seriesparallel arrangement of resistances. 
    
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At the bottom point to the white box at the bottom of the yellow panel.  At the bottom point to the white box at the bottom of the yellow panel.  
−   At the point when amperage is zero we can calculate the unknown resistance.  +   At the point when '''amperage''' is zero we can calculate the unknown resistance. 
At the bottom of the yellow panel, a message appears.  At the bottom of the yellow panel, a message appears.  
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 Point to the value of '''Rx.'''   Point to the value of '''Rx.'''  
−   In the white coloured box the value of  +   In the white coloured box the value of unknown resistance is displayed. 
    
 Point to the Rx '''value '''   Point to the Rx '''value '''  
−   The measured value for '''Rx '''is 908 ohms.  +   The measured value for '''Rx''' is 908 '''ohms'''. 
Here the value may change for you.  Here the value may change for you.  
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 Click on the '''New measurement '''button.   Click on the '''New measurement '''button.  
−   Click on the '''New measurement '''button  +   Click on the '''New measurement '''button''' for measuring the next set of values. 
    
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 Again drag the sliding contact to zero.   Again drag the sliding contact to zero.  
    
−   Click on '''Calculate resistance '''button.  +   Click on '''Calculate resistance''' button. 
 Click on '''Calculate resistance''' button.   Click on '''Calculate resistance''' button.  
    
 Point to the value.   Point to the value.  
−   Observe the change in the value of  +   Observe the change in the value of unknown resistance. 
−  This is because, galvanometer is a sensitive device.  +  This is because, '''galvanometer''' is a sensitive device. 
It will change the value every time when we click on the '''New measurement''' button.  It will change the value every time when we click on the '''New measurement''' button.  
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 Edit the value of Comparable resistance to 1000 ohms and show the change in the Resistance of the meter.   Edit the value of Comparable resistance to 1000 ohms and show the change in the Resistance of the meter.  
−   Let us change the  +   Let us change the '''Comparable resistor''' to 1000 '''ohms'''. 
−  Observe that '''Resistance of the meter''' changes to 10 ohms.  +  Observe that '''Resistance of the meter''' changes to 10 '''ohms'''. 
    
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 Edit the value of '''Comparable''' '''resistance '''to 800 ohms. And press Enter.   Edit the value of '''Comparable''' '''resistance '''to 800 ohms. And press Enter.  
−   Change the '''Comparable resistance''' to 800 '''ohms '''and press '''Enter'''.  +   Change the '''Comparable resistance''' to 800 '''ohms ''' and press '''Enter'''. 
    
−   Drag the '''Sliding contact''' to get zero ampere  +   Drag the '''Sliding contact''' to get zero '''ampere'''. 
−   Again get the zero amperage by dragging the slider.  +   Again get the zero '''amperage''' by dragging the slider. 
    
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Point to the calculated value.  Point to the calculated value.  
−   Now in the formula substitute the values of R1, R2, and R3.  +   Now in the formula substitute the values of '''R1''', '''R2''', and '''R3'''. 
−  Substitute the value of R1 as 93  +  Substitute the value of '''R1''' as 93 
−  R2 as 107 and R3 as 800 ohms.  +  '''R2''' as 107 and '''R3''' as 800 ohms. 
−  Here the calculated value of  +  Here the calculated value of unknown resistance in 816.16 '''ohms'''. 
Here you can get a different value as the galvanometer is sensitive.  Here you can get a different value as the galvanometer is sensitive.  
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−    +   Click on '''Calculate resistance''' button. 
 Click on the '''Calculate resistance '''button.   Click on the '''Calculate resistance '''button.  
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'''Assignment '''  '''Assignment '''  
−  In the circuit change the value of comparable resistance to 100 ohms and  +  In the circuit change the value of '''comparable''' resistance to 100 '''ohms''' and 
−  sliding resistance to 65 ohms.  +  sliding resistance to 65 '''ohms'''. 
Calculate the unknown resistance of the circuit.  Calculate the unknown resistance of the circuit.  
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 Point to the circuit   Point to the circuit  
−   The interface opens with the potentiometer circuit.  +   The interface opens with the '''potentiometer''' circuit. 
−  The potentiometer is a voltage divider used for measuring voltage.  +  The '''potentiometer''' is a voltage divider used for measuring voltage. 
It is also used to control the flow of current.  It is also used to control the flow of current.  
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 The circuit has three resistors.   The circuit has three resistors.  
−  Here two resistors are connected in series and used as a sliding resistor.  +  Here two resistors are connected in series and used as a '''sliding resistor'''. 
    
 Point to the 3<sup>rd</sup> resistor in the circuit.   Point to the 3<sup>rd</sup> resistor in the circuit.  
−   The third resistor is the '''Resistance of the  +   The third resistor is the '''Resistance of the '''appliance.''' 
    
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 The voltmeter is connected in parallel to the resistance.   The voltmeter is connected in parallel to the resistance.  
−  The  +  The voltmeter shows the output voltage of the circuit. 
    
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 Point to the voltage in the voltmeter.   Point to the voltage in the voltmeter.  
−   Observe that the value of output voltage increased to 1.98 volts.  +   Observe that the value of output voltage increased to 1.98 '''volts'''. 
    
 Cursor on the interface.   Cursor on the interface.  
−   If we increase the value of potentiometer resistance, output voltage increases.  +   If we increase the value of '''potentiometer''' resistance, output voltage increases. 
    
−    +   Cursor on the interface. 
−   We can also calculate the  +   We can also calculate the voltage using the '''Ohm’s Law.''' 
    
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 Point to the the graph.   Point to the the graph.  
−   The graph is plotted for Voltage v/s length of the scale.  +   The graph is plotted for '''Voltage v/s length''' of the scale. 
    
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 Cursor on the interface.   Cursor on the interface.  
−   So here we can say that potentiometer controls the flow of current.  +   So here we can say that '''potentiometer''' controls the flow of current. 
    
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'''Tabular column'''  '''Tabular column'''  
−   Let us make a tabular column to study a graph of voltage v/s length.  +   Let us make a tabular column to study a graph of '''voltage v/s length'''. 
    
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−   Drag the Sliding contact to 0.0 cm.  +   Drag the '''Sliding contact''' to 0.0 cm. 
−   Drag the sliding contact to 0.0 cm.  +   Drag the '''sliding contact''' to 0.0 cm. 
    
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−   Drag the Sliding contact to 0.1 cm.  +   Drag the '''Sliding contact''' to 0.1 cm. 
−   Drag the sliding contact to 0.1 cm.  +   Drag the '''sliding contact''' to 0.1 cm. 
    
 Point to value of length, current, and voltage.   Point to value of length, current, and voltage.  
−   Tabulate the values of length, current and voltage in the tabular column.  +   Tabulate the values of '''length''', '''current''' and '''voltage''' in the tabular column. 
    
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 Drag sliding contact to 0.2 cm and tabulate the values in the table.   Drag sliding contact to 0.2 cm and tabulate the values in the table.  
−  +  Similarly take four more values and enter these values in the table.  
    
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'''Assignment '''  '''Assignment '''  
−  Change the values of  +  Change the values of resistance of the appliance to 500 '''ohms''', 
−  700 ohms, 800 ohms.  +  700 '''ohms''', 800 '''ohms'''. 
Find the output voltage.  Find the output voltage.  
 As an assignment   As an assignment  
−  Change the values of  +  Change the values of resistance of the appliance to 500 '''ohms''', 700 '''ohms''', 800 '''ohms'''. 
Find the output voltage.  Find the output voltage.  
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'''Spoken Tutorial workshops.'''  '''Spoken Tutorial workshops.'''  
−   The  +   The '''Spoken Tutorial Project''' team, 
conducts workshops gives certificates.  conducts workshops gives certificates. 
Revision as of 12:37, 4 August 2020
Visual Cue  Narration 
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Title Slide 
Welcome to the spoken tutorial on Wheatstone Bridge and Potentiometer. 
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Learning Objectives 
At the end of this tutorial you will be able to,

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System Requirements 
Here I am using,
Ubuntu Linux OS version 16.04 Firefox Web Browser version 62.0.3 
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Prerequisites 
To follow this tutorial, learner should be familiar with Apps on Physics.
For the Prerequisites tutorials please visit this site. 
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Apps on Physics 
In this tutorial we will use,
Wheatstone's Bridge and Potentiometer Apps. 
Downloads folder>> html5phen>>phen>>
wheatstonebridge_en.htm file>> Right click >> open with Firefox web browser. 
To open the App, rightclick on wheatstonebridge_en.htm file.
Select Open with Firefox Web Browser option. 
Cursor on the interface.  The App opens in the browser. 
Point to the rectangle with Question mark(?)  Wheatstone’s bridge is a simple circuit for measuring the unknown resistance. 
Point to the circuit.  Meter bridge uses the same principle for practical purpose.
First we will learn about the circuit connections. 
Point to the four resistances.  The circuit shows a simple seriesparallel arrangement of resistances. 
Point to voltage supply connections.  The resistances are connected between the voltage supply and ground. 
Point to the galvanometer.  A galvanometer is connected between the two parallel branches of resistances.
Galvanometer is a device to detect small changes in current in the circuit. 
Point to show the connection.
Point to the scale. Drag the sliding contact show the changes. 
The negative terminal of the galvanometer is connected to the wire of 1 cm.
The measurement of the wire is shown by the scale. We can drag the sliding contact along the wire. 
Point to show the Sliding resistor.  In the green panel the Sliding resistor is that of the wire. 
Change the value in the text field and show.  We can vary the Sliding resistor from 1 ohm to 1000 ohms. 
Point to Comparable resistance.  In the green panel we can also edit the values of Comparable resistor .
It is the standard resistance of the circuit. 
In the green control panel point to Voltage of the power supply.  Voltage of the power supply can take values from 110 Volts.
We can also change the Resistance of the meter. Resistance of the meter depends on the comparable resistor. 
Point to the checkbox
Indicate voltage Indicate amperage 
At the bottom of control panel there are two check boxes.
Indicate voltage Indicate amperage 
Select both checkbox.
Point to the values of voltage and current. 
Select both the checkboxes.
Observe that the values of voltage and current are shown in the circuit. 
Point to show the unknown resistance.  We can calculate the unknown resistance when the bridge is balanced. 
Cursor on the interface.  Let us now see how to balance the bridge. 
Press F5 key on the keyboard.  Press F5 key on the keyboard to refresh the App. 
Select Indicate voltage and Indicate amperage checkboxes.  Click on Indicate voltage and Indicate amperage checkboxes. 
Drag the sliding contact to get 0 amperage.  To balance the bridge, drag the sliding contact to get a zero amperage. 
Point to the slider Position of the sliding contact.
Also show by dragging the slider. 
We can also drag the slider in the green panel to change the amperage. 
Point the values of voltage.  Observe the value of voltage and current at each resistances.
The values are balanced in seriesparallel arrangement of resistances. 
Point to the 0.00 mA.
At the bottom point to the white box at the bottom of the yellow panel. 
At the point when amperage is zero we can calculate the unknown resistance.
At the bottom of the yellow panel, a message appears. It reads “Now the resistance can be calculated”. 
Point to Calculate resistance button.  Calculate resistance button is now active. 
Click on Calculate resistance button.  Click on the Calculate resistance button. 
Point to the value of Rx.  In the white coloured box the value of unknown resistance is displayed. 
Point to the Rx value  The measured value for Rx is 908 ohms.
Here the value may change for you. 
Click on the New measurement button.  Click on the New measurement button for measuring the next set of values. 
Drag the slider contact to zero.  Again drag the sliding contact to zero. 
Click on Calculate resistance button.  Click on Calculate resistance button. 
Point to the value.  Observe the change in the value of unknown resistance.
This is because, galvanometer is a sensitive device. It will change the value every time when we click on the New measurement button. 
Press F5 key.  Press F5 key on the keyboard to restart the App. 
Edit the value of Comparable resistance to 1000 ohms and show the change in the Resistance of the meter.  Let us change the Comparable resistor to 1000 ohms.
Observe that Resistance of the meter changes to 10 ohms. 
Now let us calculate the unknown resistance.  
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Unknown Resistance Rx={R2/R1}*R3 R1 and R2 is the sliding resistor. R3 is the comparable resistance. 
The formula to calculate the unknown resistance is,
Rx={R2/R1}*R3 R1 and R2 is the sliding resistor. R3 is the comparable resistance. 
Click on New measurement button.  Click on the New measurement button. 
Edit the value of Comparable resistance to 800 ohms. And press Enter.  Change the Comparable resistance to 800 ohms and press Enter. 
Drag the Sliding contact to get zero ampere.  Again get the zero amperage by dragging the slider. 
Show this in a textbox on the interface.
Point to the calculated value. 
Now in the formula substitute the values of R1, R2, and R3.
Substitute the value of R1 as 93 R2 as 107 and R3 as 800 ohms. Here the calculated value of unknown resistance in 816.16 ohms. Here you can get a different value as the galvanometer is sensitive. 
Now let us compare with the value shown in the App.  
Click on Calculate resistance button.  Click on the Calculate resistance button.
Observe that the calculated value is comparable with the measured value. 
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Assignment In the circuit change the value of comparable resistance to 100 ohms and sliding resistance to 65 ohms. Calculate the unknown resistance of the circuit. 
As an assignment solve this numerical. 
Let us explore the Potentiometer App.  
Directly open from the phen folder.  Follow the same steps to open the App. 
Point to the circuit  The interface opens with the potentiometer circuit.
The potentiometer is a voltage divider used for measuring voltage. It is also used to control the flow of current. 
Point to the three resistors.
Point to the Sliding resistor. 
The circuit has three resistors.
Here two resistors are connected in series and used as a sliding resistor. 
Point to the 3^{rd} resistor in the circuit.  The third resistor is the Resistance of the appliance. 
Point to the voltmeter.  The voltmeter is connected in parallel to the resistance.
The voltmeter shows the output voltage of the circuit. 
Point to the scale.  A scale is provided to take the measurement of voltage at that particular point.
The reading on scale is from 0.0 cm to 1.0 cm. 
Drag the Position of the sliding contact to 0.4 cm  Drag the Position of the sliding contact to 0.4 cm. 
Point to the Voltmeter.  The value of voltage at this point is 1.90 V(Volts). 
Edit the value of Resistance of the appliance to 1000 Ohms.  Now increase the Resistance of the appliance to 1000 ohms. 
Point to the voltage in the voltmeter.  Observe that the value of output voltage increased to 1.98 volts. 
Cursor on the interface.  If we increase the value of potentiometer resistance, output voltage increases. 
Cursor on the interface.  We can also calculate the voltage using the Ohm’s Law. 
Click on the checkbox of Indicate amperage.  Check the checkbox Indicate amperage. 
Point to the value in the circuit.  Note that resistance till the point 0.4 cm is 40 ohms. 
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Ohm’s Law V=IR =0.048 * 40 =1.942V 
So we can calculate voltage using formula
V=IR Substitute the value of current and resistance from the App. The value for voltage is almost same as that for measured value. 
Point to the the graph.  The graph is plotted for Voltage v/s length of the scale. 
Point to the blue point in the graph.  The blue point shows the value of voltage at point 0.4 cm. 
Edit the value of Sliding resistor to 1000 Ohms in the control panel.
Press Enter. 
Change the value of Sliding resistor to 1000 ohms and press Enter. 
Point to the value of current.  Observe that the value of current has decreased to 0.003 A. 
Cursor on the interface.  So here we can say that potentiometer controls the flow of current. 
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Tabular column 
Let us make a tabular column to study a graph of voltage v/s length. 
Press F5 key on the keyboard.  Press F5 key on the keyboard to restart App. 
Edit the Voltage of the power supply to 10 V. And Press Enter.  Change the value of Voltage of the power supply to 10 V and press Enter. 
Drag the Sliding contact to 0.0 cm.  Drag the sliding contact to 0.0 cm. 
Point to the value of resistance and voltage.  The resistance and voltage at this point are zero. 
Drag the Sliding contact to 0.1 cm.  Drag the sliding contact to 0.1 cm. 
Point to value of length, current, and voltage.  Tabulate the values of length, current and voltage in the tabular column. 
Drag it to 0.2 cm  Drag sliding contact to 0.2 cm and tabulate the values in the table.
Similarly take four more values and enter these values in the table. 
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Tabular column 
Here is the completed table.
Observe that if length increases the output voltage also increases. Hence the graph is linear. 
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Assignment Change the values of resistance of the appliance to 500 ohms, 700 ohms, 800 ohms. Find the output voltage. 
As an assignment
Change the values of resistance of the appliance to 500 ohms, 700 ohms, 800 ohms. Find the output voltage. 
Let us summarise  
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Summary 
In this tutorial we have,

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About Spoken Tutorial project. 
The video at the following link summarizes the Spoken Tutorial project.
Please download and watch it. 
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Spoken Tutorial workshops. 
The Spoken Tutorial Project team,
conducts workshops gives certificates. For more details, please write to us. 
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Forum for specific questions: 
Please post your timed queries in this forum. 
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Acknowledgement 
Spoken Tutorial Project is funded by MHRD, Government of India. 
This is Himanshi Karwanje from IITBombay.
Thank you for joining. 