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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Irwin, J. David
Streamlined and Student-Friendly Based on the same high-quality content and features that helped make irwin's Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis so Successful, a BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS gives students the content they need to develop a basic understanding of circuit analysis in a new, concise, highly-accessible format. Highlights Real-world examples, applications sections, and reader-friendly explanations help motivate students. Special exercises and drill problems help students assess proper problemsolving techniques needed to solve chapter problems. A variety of end-of-chapter problems range from basic to advanced. Basic problems graduate in difficulty and are further subdivided and cross-referenced to chapter subsections. More advanced problems require the use of multiple techniques with no assistance. The text integrates op-amp coverage throughout where appropriate. Be a part of the solution! Circuit Solutions invites students to be part of the solution. This indispensable online problem-solving tool contains detailed hints, worked solutions, relevant concepts and theories, and answers for select end-of-chapter problems in A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS. Order your copy of Circuit solutions today at www.wiley.com/college/irwinIrwin, J. David is the author of 'Brief Introduction to Circuit Analysis', published 2003 under ISBN 9780471431169 and ISBN 0471431168.
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