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lecture01 - EE 205 Coifman Why are we here-Learn circuit...

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EE 205 Coifman 1-1 Why are we here? -Learn circuit analysis -Learn to be critical thinkers -Learn to ask "why?", "how?", ... -Learn to answer your own questions by exploiting all of the resources at your disposal: Where are the clues? Where is the knowledge? (hint: books, colleagues, experiments, etc.) -Begin the transition from highly structured middle school to the unconstrained real world
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EE 205 Coifman 1-2 No, really, why are we here? -How to approach a problem -How solution methods are transferable to other problems (duality) -How to manage large quantities of information (nodal analysis, mesh analysis, etc.) -Electrical engineering fundamentals (things you will be expected to know like the back of your hand in later courses) look back at this page about midway through the course, it will make more sense then
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EE 205 Coifman 1-3 The Numbers 12:30 Thank goodness it is not 8:30 14 minimum number of years of education you have had $500 the approximate amount of money you are spending on this course $22 hourly rate per lecture, the government may be supplementing this by as much as $40/hr 500 the approximate number of pages you will cover in the textbook 15 the approximate number of pages you will see on all exams
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EE 205 Coifman 1-4 What do engineers do?
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