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Engineering Electro-Magnetics Engineering Electro-Magnetics ECE-305, Lecture 1 Dennis McCaughey, Ph.D. 19 January 2010
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01/19/2010 Dennis McCaughey ECE305 Spring 2010 2 Logistics Logistics 305, Electromagnetic Theory Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. Dennis McCaughey Telephone: 703-453-7700 ext 6203 Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday 5:00 to 5:30pm Email: [email protected] Text: Engineering Electromagnetics , 7th Ed., by William H. Hayt, Jr. and John A. Buck Supplement: Electromagnetics , by Edminister (a Schaum's outline to help students with homework problems, not used in class)
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More Logistics Lectures, Homework Assignments and Solutions will be posted on an ECE-305 Google Groups site Go to Google Groups: http://googlegroups.com/ Click the link at the top right corner "Sign In" Enter your email address to use with the group. Use your GMU email address since that is how you are currently identified as a member. You can change where and how you receive emails, if you use that feature. But for now the professor is not using that feature. Enter a password. This can be whatever you want it to be. If you already have GMAIL, I am not sure that if you login with that, that the group will show up because the group has already identified you by your GMU email address. So I guess it depends whether or not you used your GMU email when you created the google account. Once you log in, there should be a column to the right "My Groups" In this column you should see the group "ECE 305", click on "ECE 305" Once you are in the group, to the right you'll see bold links. Click on "Files". This should bring you to the page that has all the files that are posted for this class. Feel free to contact me or a Google Groups expert to help you. My email is [email protected]
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Homework Format Requirements Homework Format Requirements (No credit for work not done in this format) (No credit for work not done in this format) Given: Summary of the facts provided in the problem statement Provide a figure Find: What specifically you are asked to be determined May include more than one item Determination Provide a section for each item requested in the Find section First line for each should be the relevant formula or theorem 01/19/2010 Dennis McCaughey ECE305 Spring 2010 4
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