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Spring 2015

Yu

EEE 202

These documents include detailed notes over the second and third lectures along with helpful tips and analogies.

These notes cover the following circuits topics: -notation -definitions & units -Ohm's law -Dependent Sources -Power -Kirchhoff's Voltage Law -Kirchhoff's Current Law

This week was mostly examples of: -how to use Ohm's and Kirchhoff's Laws -quick tricks to simplify a circuit -setting up systems of equations to use in computer analysis -more advanced circuit simplification There is also a note of what typical exam questions look like for Professor Weng's class.

This is an overview of what has been covered up to this point in class and what will be on the midterm for professor Weng's class.

These notes cover material That will be needed for exam 1

This week's lecture included introducing operational amplifiers and reviewing for next week's exam.

This week involved more operational amplifiers and reviewing last week's exam.

AC Circuits!! Capacitors and Inductors - what are they and the law that govern them Differential Equations review for KVL/KCL in AC

These notes cover a YouTube video we watched in class on Transient Analysis of RL and RC circuits as well as impedance simplification.

These notes cover Exam 2 review, intro to AC analysis and phasor domain.

This week's topics were: -polar and rectangular notations -Ohm's Law using impedance -phasor circuit simplification -DC vs Transient vs AC power -HW hints -a brief mention of transformers

This is an outline of what will be on Dr. Yang Weng's final, suggestions of what to include on your cheat sheet, and a few relevant examples.