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Discussion in 'Beginner Electronics' started by Michael, May 24, 2005.

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  1. Michael

    Michael Guest

    I am currently studying Electronic Engineering and am innindated by
    math. Is there any simple books out there that show how the math plugs
    into electronics or do I have to grin and bear it?
    Does ne one else have any other suggestions?
    Mick Carey
  2. Dan Hollands

    Dan Hollands Guest

    If you are studying electronic and are intimidated by math you better choose
    another topic to study


    Dan Hollands
    1120 S Creek Dr
    Webster NY 14580
  3. Rolf Kleppe

    Rolf Kleppe Guest


    I suggest you take a look at these free, downloadable books written by a
    teacher in electronics.

    I had especially good use of the one concerning alternating current - I got
    at last - after much vain striving - a thorough understanding of how to
    compute electronic circuits containing AC-components - a task which can be
    difficult to understand without the right mathematical tools. Kuphalt
    explains it in a crystal-clear way - one just has to give it a chance and
    take some time.

    I have read many books when I had to study something new - there are good
    books and books so stupid that one might wonder why the chap who wrote them
    wouldn't have been better off in a different profession.
    Kuphalts books have been written in an easy understandable english
    language - easy to read even for a scandinavian reader like me.
    Fortunately I happened to come across these books via other interesting
    links in electronics.
    Another good thing is, all 6 books are free to download - new and extended
    editions appear regularly.
    A fast download possibility might come in handy - some of the files are
    pretty big.

    Have a look and be welcome to tell me what you think of the books.

    Kind regards

    Rolf in Denmark.
  4. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    If you've neglected to get good enough at the needed math before
    taking on EE, then, I'm afraid, you'll have to bite the bullet and
    learn them concurrently.

    Good Luck!
  5. Michael

    Michael Guest

    Its not so much the math, but its just the relentless persuit of the
    math at expense of a proper understanding of where it fits in.
    Thanks for the suggestions
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