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Good resources for Beginning Electrical Engineering? by Isabella Fanfoot - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 17:13:48 EST ID:kZFkh/Yo No.7119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey /tesla/, Just started taking my EE Pre-Reqs and am having trouble keeping up with stuff like circuit design (ie, I have no idea how to do pic related).

I tend to learn by doing problems, so do you guys have recommendations for textbooks with circuit problems?
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Albert Gashtut - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 02:36:04 EST ID:T91euWtk No.7122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>7119

Use superposition you stupid fuck, it literally says so in the problem.

If you can't vastly abstract problems and execute methodologies to solve them you have no business being an engineer. Your university has a textbook, use it.


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