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Module 4. Electronic fundamentals
In an integrated circuit, the components are mounted
•  by metal screws.
•  by metal oxide film.
•  by means of wires connecting them.

funcaul asking:
•  Please kindly explain. Also can I get a link or material where I can read up on all the modules.thanks.

Community comments: 6
pB1B2
Posts: 6
02.04.2017 / 12:56
My opinion the answer is Definitely wrong!
The accepted aircraft definition for an integrated circuit is that it consists of elements inseparably associated and formed on or within a single substrate (mounting surface). In other words, the circuit components and all interconnections are formed as a unit. You will be concerned with three types of integrated circuits: monolithic, film, and hybrid.
JD2016
Posts: 54
23.04.2017 / 17:18
I agree. This answer is incorrect. The whole idea of an IC is to get rid of wires and squeeze as many components as possible into as small a space as possible. Wires wouldn't be physically possible.
Malohastaelhueso
Posts: 4
11.05.2017 / 15:00
There is a similar question like this where the correct answer is metal oxide film
kostsop
Posts: 5
26.01.2018 / 17:04
The right answer is metal oxide film.
funcaul
Posts: 3
06.03.2018 / 08:59
Thanks for your replies. i thought as much also
thomasloca
Posts: 3
21.05.2018 / 13:20
Wrong answer
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