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ELT 110
Circuits I

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Grades for each Day’s participation are posted on the on-line grade sheet (below).

See class calendar (below).



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DAY 1

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(Tuesday) January 15

 

 

 

Click here for class syllabus (sign and return as indicated).

Click here for make-up options for missed classes.

Click here for preliminary class schedule for the entire semester.

 

Introductory Material

The simple rules of circuits:

·         If there is current, more voltage generally means more current

·         What goes in, comes out

·         What goes up, comes down

Measuring current and voltage, so as not to fry a meter and mess up a circuit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 2

(Thursday) January 17

 

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 1

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out all Chapter 1 Exampleson paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer all Section Review (Checkup) questions from Chapter 1—on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 1/18/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Purchasing and Using a Multimeterclick here for the project information.  We will continue this project next class.

Grades posted 1/24/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 3

(Tuesday) January 22

 

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 2, from section 2.1 up through and including 2.5

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 2 Examples 2.1-2.6on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 2.1-2.5on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 1/24/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Purchasing and Using a Multimeter—see Day 2 for the project information.

We will complete this project today and it is due today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 4

(Thursday) January 24

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 2, from section 2.6 up through and including 2.8

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 2 Examples 2.7-2.9on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 2.6-2.8on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 1/28/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Building a Batteryclick here for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.
During the next two classes (Days 5 & 6) we will have help sessions and time to work on this project. 
It is due on Day 7.
Grades posted 2/5/19.

 

Purchasing and Using a Multimeter—see Day 2 for the project information.

If you have not yet completed this project, you can complete it today and I will not count it late.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 5

(Tuesday) January 29

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 3, from section 3.1 up through and including 3.2

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 3 Examples 3.1-3.10on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 3.1-3.2on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 1/31/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Building a Battery—see Day 4 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.
Today and next class we will have help sessions and time to work on this project. 
It is due on Day 7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 6

(Thursday) January 31

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 3, from section 3.3 up through and including 3.5

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 3 Examples 3.11-3.18on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 3.3-3.5on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/5/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Building a Battery—see Day 4 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.
Today we will have help a session and time to work on this project. 
It is due on Day 7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 7

(Tuesday) February 5

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 4, from section 4.1 up through and including 4.3

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 4 Examples 4.1-4.7on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 4.1-4.3on paper, in pencil, please.

 Grades posted 2/7/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Building a Battery—see Day 4 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 8

(Thursday) February 7

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 4, from section 4.4 up through and including 4.5

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 4 Examples 4.8-4.10on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 4.4-4.5on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/12/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Wire resistance and Ohm’s Lawclick here for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 10.
Grades posted 2/19/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 9

(Tuesday) February 12

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 5, from section 5.1 up through and including 5.5

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 5 Examples 5.1-5.12on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 5.1-5.5on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/14/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Wire resistance and Ohm’s Law—see Day 8 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY (unless you have completed it already).
It is due on Day 10.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 10

(Thursday) February 14

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 5, from section 5.6 up through and including 5.9 (not 5.10 – we will come back to that)

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 5 Examples 5.13-5.22on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 5.6-5.9on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/19/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Wire resistance and Ohm’s Law—see Day 8 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

Power in a Circuitclick here for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 12.
Grades posted 2/25/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 11

(Tuesday) February 19

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 6, from section 6.1 up through and including 6.4

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 6 Examples 6.1-6.11on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 6.1-6.4on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/21/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Power in a Circuit—see Day 10 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY (unless you have completed it already).
It is due on Day 12.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 12

(Thursday) February 21

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 6, from section 6.5 up through and including 6.9 (not 6.10 – we will come back to that)

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter 6 Examples 6.12-6.20on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 6.5-6.9on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/25/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Power in a Circuit—see Day 10 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

Troubleshooting a Circuitclick here for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 19 (was Day 15, then 16, but what the heck, let’s make it 19).
Grades posted 3/28/19—click here for “answers”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 13

(Tuesday) February 26

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 7, from section 7.1 up through and including 7.2

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 7.1-7.12on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 7.1-7.2on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 2/28/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 19 (was Day 15, then 16, but what the heck, let’s make it 19).

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#1)click here for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 17.
Grades posted 3/22/19.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)click here for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due on Day 18.
Grades posted 3/29/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 14

(Thursday) February 28

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 7, section 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 up through and including pg. 254 (skip ‘R/2R Ladder’), 7.6 up through and including pg. 260 (skip ‘Unbalanced Wheatstone’).  Do not read section 7.7 – we will come back to that.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 7.13-7.17on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 7.3-7.5, and 7.6 #1-#3 onlyon paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 3/5/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 19 (was Day 15, then 16, but what the heck, let’s make it 19).

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#1)—see Day 13 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 17.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)—see Day 13 for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due on Day 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 15

(Tuesday) March 5

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 5, section 5.10; Chapter 6, section 6.10; Chapter 7, section 7.7

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 5.23, 6.21-6.22, 7.19-7.21on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 5.10, 6.10, 7.7on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 3/7/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
It is due on Day 19 (was Day 15, then 16, but what the heck, let’s make it 19).

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#1)—see Day 13 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 17.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)—see Day 13 for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due on Day 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 16

(Thursday) March 7

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading assignment for today—we will do a series-parallel demonstration and analysis in class, and time for any help on your projects.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation for today— we will do a series-parallel demonstration and analysis in class, and time for any help on your projects.

 

 

Project for today.

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
It is due on Day 19.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#1)—see Day 13 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 17.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)—see Day 13 for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due on Day 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 12 & 14: Spring Break (no classes)

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 17

(Tuesday) March 19

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading material today.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation today.

 

 

Project for today.

Playing with Resistors.  Today we are going to use the entire class period to build circuits with resistors on a test board, and test out grounding and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Lawclick here for the project information.
Grades posted 3/22/19.

 

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
It is due on Day 19.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#1)—see Day 13 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project. 

It is due TODAY.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)—see Day 13 for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due on Day 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 18

(Thursday) March 21

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading material today.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation today.

 

 

Project for today.

Playing with Resistors.  Today we are going to use the entire class period to build circuits with resistors on a test board, and test out grounding and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Lawclick here for the project information.

 

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
It is due on Day 19.

 

Your Own Series-Parallel Circuit (#2)—see Day 13 for the project information.

This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have help sessions and time set to work on this project.

It is due TODAY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 19

(Tuesday) March 26

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 10, sections 10.1-10.4

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 10.1-10.6on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 10.1-10.4on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 3/28/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Troubleshooting a Circuit—see Day 12 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

Build a current meterclick here for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have a help session and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 23 (was Day 22).

Grades posted 4/10/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 20

(Thursday) March 28

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 10, sections 10.5-10.7

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 10.7-10.10on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 10.5-10.7on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 3/29/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Build a current meter—see Day 19 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have a help session and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 23 (was Day 22).

 

EXTRA CREDIT PROJECT (OPTIONAL)Build an electric motorclick here for the project information.

It is due whenever you choose to do it (before the end of the semester, of course).
Note that you can also obtain minor extra credit by completing the Make-up Options for missed classes (see the syllabus and DAY 1), even if you did not miss a class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 21

(Tuesday) April 2

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 11, sections 11.1-11.4

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 11.1-11.9on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 11.1-11.4on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/4/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Build a current meter—see Day 19 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

We will have a help session and time set to work on this project. 

It is due on Day 23 (was Day 22).

 

The Sine Waveclick here for the project information.

We do this in class TODAY.
It is due on Day 24.

Grades posted 4/12/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 22

(Thursday) April 4

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 11, sections 11.6-11.9 (11.5 and 11.10 are not assigned)

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 11.13-11.17, 11.19on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 11.5-11.8, and 11.9 (#2, #4 & #5 only)on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/8/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Build a current meter—see Day 19 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

It is due 23 (was Day 22).

 

The Sine Wave—see Day 21 for the project information.

We finish the in-class work on this TODAY.
It is due on Day 24.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 23

(Tuesday) April 9

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 12, sections 12.1-12.3

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 12.1-12.8on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 12.1-12.3on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/10/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Build a current meter—see Day 19 for the project information.
This project is mostly done on your own.

It is due TODAY (was Day 22).

 

The Sine Wave—see Day 21 for the project information.

It is due on Day 24.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 24

(Thursday) April 11

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 12, sections 12.4-12.5

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 12.9-12.15on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 12.4-12.5on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/12/19.

 

 

Project for today.

The Sine Wave—see Day 21 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

 

 

The Exponential Functionclick here for the project information.

We do this in class TODAY.
It is due on Day 26.

Grades posted 4/22/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 25

(Tuesday) April 16

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 13, sections 13.1-13.2

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 13.1-13.3on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 13.1-13.2on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/18/19.

 

 

Project for today.

The Exponential Function—see Day 24 for the project information.

We finish the in-class work on this TODAY.
It is due on Day 26.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 26

(Thursday) April 18

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 13, sections 13.3-13.4 (up to but not including “response to a square wave”)

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 13.4-13.7on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 13.3-13.4on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/22/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Capacitorsclick here for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 29.
Grades posted 5/2/19.

 

 

 

The Exponential Function—see Day 24 for the project information.

It is due on TODAY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 27

(Tuesday) April 23

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 14, sections 14.1-14.3

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 14.2-14.5 (skip 14.1)on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 14.1-14.3on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/25/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Capacitors—see Day 26 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 29.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 28

(Thursday) April 25

 

Reading Assignment for today.

Have this material from your textbook, Principles of Electric Circuits, read before you come to class:
Chapter 14, sections 14.4-14.5, 14.7, 14.9

 

 

Class Participation for today.

Click here for Class Participation Comments and Questions, Part 1 and Part 2.  You must come to class with both parts completed (except for those sections of Part 2 that you will complete at the end of class).  You will need to have a pencil in class for this.

 

Also do the following on paper, in pencil, please and turn in with Part 2:

·         Work out Chapter Examples 14.6-14.8, 14.10,on paper, in pencil, please.  Please show additional steps (beyond what are shown in the example) when you think it will be helpful (I expect at least some additional steps to be shown in some problems).

·         Answer Section Review (Checkup) questions 14.4-14.5, 14.7, 14.9on paper, in pencil, please.

Grades posted 4/26/19.

 

 

Project for today.

Capacitors—see Day 26 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 29.

 

Circuits Reprise (the LAST PROJECT!)click here for the project information.
We introduce this in class TODAY.

We will work on it in class on Days 29-31.

It is due on Day 31.

Grades posted 5/7/19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 29

(Tuesday) April 30

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading material today.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation today.

 

 

Project for today.

Capacitors—see Day 26 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

Circuits Reprise (the LAST PROJECT!)— see Day 28 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 31.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 30

(Thursday) May 2

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading material today.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation today.

 

 

Project for today.

Circuits Reprise (the LAST PROJECT!)— see Day 28 for the project information.
We do this in class TODAY.

It is due on Day 31.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 31 (LAST DAY)

(Tuesday) May 7

 

Reading Assignment for today.

No reading material today.

 

 

Class Participation for today.

No class participation today.

 

 

Project for today.

Circuits Reprise (the LAST PROJECT!)— see Day 28 for the project information.
It is due TODAY.

 

The schedule for final exam week is set by Jeffersonclick here for details for Downtown and Southwest Campus classes.  Based on this schedule, class meets 6:00-8:00 PM today.

 

This is the end of ELT 110. 

 

All late work or make-up projects (see Week 1) must be turned in today.

 

NO MATERIAL CAN BE TURNED IN AFTER I LEAVE CAMPUS AFTER CLASS TODAY.

 

I will have grades posted as soon as possible.