Electrical engineering and physics are taught with very complex. concepts involving intense mathematical manipulation. When most engineers practice, very little of the intricate science is used. The majority of problems are solved with little more than algebra. Why is there such disparity between the theory and the applications? The paper reduces all electrical theory to two very fundamental equations. A single unified equation is presented for the circuit problem. The equation is then enhanced with volumetric, motive, and lever distances. The result is a single equation for electromagnetic fields. This one equation encompasses all the fields problems including Maxwell’s suite of four equations. The mathematical manipulation is never more complex than vector algebra. The procedures and considerations are items of interest to any engineer who is involved with circuits, fields, or who reads technical journals.