Problems Manual for use with Grob's Basic Electronics, 13th Edition
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This book, written by Mitchel E. Schultz, provides students and instructors with hundreds of additional practice problems for self-study, homework assignments, tests, and review. The book is organized to correlate with the first 27 chapters of the textbook, including the Introduction to Powers of 10 chapter. Each chapter contains a number of solved illustrative problems demonstrating step-by-step how representative problems on a particular topic are solved. Following the solved problems are sets of problems for the students to solve. Also, included at the end of each chapter is a brief true/false self-test. The Problems Manual is a must-have for students requiring additional practice in solving both DC and AC circuits. It is important to note that this book can be used as a supplement with any textbook covering DC and AC circuit theory.