**Course Objectives/Outcomes:** *Students who complete
thiscourse will be able to:*

1. Identify the principal elements of electrical circuits.

2. State and apply basic circuit laws.

3. Apply basic circuit analysis techniques using dependent and
independent sources.

4. Use Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits in circuit analysis.

5. Use the principle of superposition to calculate the voltages and
currents in circuits.

6. Identify the components of sinusoidal voltages and currents.

7. Set up and solve equations that include complex numbers.

8. Calculate voltages, currents, and impedances in AC circuits using
sinusoidal steady-state analysis.

9. Calculate real, reactive, and apparent power in AC circuits and
networks.

10. Analyze balanced three-phase systems.

11. Analyze and design simple RC high-pass and low-pass filter
circuits.

12. Analyze resonant circuits.

13. Identify, describe, and apply components of digital and computer
circuits, including A/D converters, three-state buffers, D flip-flops,
and RAM.

14. Analyze simple circuits containing diodes, LEDs, BJTs, FETs, and
simple integrated circuits.

15. Analyze and design basic operational amplifier circuits.

16. Select an appropriate battery type (primary, secondary, Ni-Cd,
etc.) for a given application.

17. Analyze simple transformer circuits.

18. Apply various sensors (light, temperature, strain, etc.) and
correctly consider sensor impedance in circuit design and analysis.

19. Recognize the various motor types (DC, AC, induction, stepper,
synchronous, etc.) and their applications.

20. Apply rules of safety when working on electrical circuits.

Final Review - Review for Final Exam

Final Review Review for Final Exam

Homework

Quizzes

Exam Practice (available on Blackboard)

Previous final exams (see below)

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