Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Mark is an excellent professor. He makes the homework, quizzes and lab to be 50% of the mine power systems class. There are two exams that count for 10% each. A project that counts for 20% and then attendance. Basically, even if you mess up the exam which is not likely to happen, you can still pass the class with a B. He is very helpful to his students and explains the class very well. An advice would be to start his homework on tjme and stop by his office to ask questions because he hates procrastination. I really enjoy his class and i hope for an A
- Ohm's Law - Kirchkoff current law -kirkchoff voltage law - parallel/ series circuit - power triangle - AC/DC circuits - real, apparent and reactant power - read motor's plate -
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Advice for students:
Take your physics 102 class that talks about electricity. It is a good background for Mine power systems class. Ask questions and start your homework on time.