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Syllabus - EEL 3111C Circuits 1 Fall 2008 Sections 3573...

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1 EEL 3111C: Circuits 1 Fall 2008 Sections: 3573, 3584, 3588, 3590, 3620, 6185, 7407, 8529, 8530, 8531, 8534, 8535 Instructor: Dr. Ramakant Srivastava Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Office: Larsen Hall 129 Phone: (352) 392-4961 Fax: (352) 392-8671 e-mail: [email protected] Lectures : 2 nd Period LAR 330; 4 th Period NEB 202 Office Hours: MT 7 th and 8 th Period Teaching Assistants : Their names, allotted sections, and office hours will be posted on the Lab doors and on the course website. You may see any TA for assistance during office hours. Textbook: Electric Circuits by Nilsson and Riedel Prentice Hall, 8 th Edition ISBN 0 536 068 674 Required: A calculator that can perform calculations with complex numbers in polar as well as rectangular form. Grading Policy Theory: Quizes 20%; Three tests: 80%. The total theory grade will be calculated as follows: T th = 0.20(Quiz) + 0.20 T l + 0.30 (T h1 + T h 2 ), where T l is the lowest test grade and T h1 and T h2 are the other two test grades. Theory grades will be based strictly on the criteria listed above, following an absolute scale. In other words, the test grades will not be corrected (curved). No substitute test will be given to anyone who misses the scheduled test unless the instructor is convinced that the situation was beyond student’s control. No substitute quiz will be given for any reason. However, the two (2) lowest quiz grades will be dropped .
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