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Course Information
Location, day, time Boelter 5249, Tues/Thurs, 12-1.20pm
Prerequisite(s) EE10. Corequisite: EE102.
Course description Sinusoidal excitation and phasors, AC steady state analysis, AC steady state power, network functions, poles and zeros, frequency response, mutual inductance, ideal transformer, application of Laplace transforms to circuit analysis.
Course objectives
Instructor Information
Name Puneet Gupta
Email puneet@ee.ucla.edu
Office location 44-123A
Office hours Monday 3pm-4pm, Thursday 4pm-5pm
Teaching Assistant
Name Joseph Kong
Email jskong@ee.ucla.edu
Office hours Mon 5-6 PM, Wed 5-6 PM Engr IV 53-109
Name Li, Michelle
E-mail michelleli666@hotmail.com
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Type Quantity Percentage towards final grade
Homework: 6 19 %
Quiz: 4 10 %
Midterm: 1 25 %
Final: 1 45 %
A+ HW Questions: 1 1 %
Course References
Textbook: Electric Circuits 8th Edition by Nilsson and Riedel
Additional Information
All exams will be "open page". You will be allowed to bring in one page of your own handwritten notes. No photocopies or printouts. The quizzes will be surprise quizzes. Some of the homeworks will contain a special tough "A+" question. A+ grade will be awarded at the course end to students who are otherwise getting an A if they solve most of these A+ questions in their homeworks. Some of the homeworks will contain SPICE circuit simulation problems.

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