EC ENGR 110

Circuit Theory II

Description: Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Enforced requisites: courses 10, M16 (or Computer Science M51A), 102. Corequisite: course 111L (enforced only for Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering majors). 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. Letter grading.

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Spring 2024 - This was clearly Professor Cui's first time lecturing. I will say that some lectures focused too much on theory/derivations and lacked examples, while others did the opposite. However, during Office Hours, he was quite helpful whenever I was unsure about a topic. He did record lectures, though they were sometimes blurry, and he also uploaded lecture notes before and after lectures. He is an accommodating professor, as evidenced by lenient grade cutoffs and two grading schemes. In my case, he was also kind enough to issue a PTE for not taking CSM51A/ECE M16. Just make sure you have taken 10, 11L, and 102. The midterm exam was reasonable and followed the same format as the homework and practice midterm, with two of the three questions nearly identical to the homework and practice midterm. I found the final exam to be more difficult, but not impossible. I found the practice final to be useful in studying, but I would definitely make sure to go over homeworks. Homeworks aren't too bad and are pretty straightforward. Once you learn LaPlace, it will stick with you and play a huge role in your homework and exams. So that is definitely a topic to master because it will help you approach other problems such as two-port networks, transfer functions, bode plots, and general circuit analysis. Overall, solid class. I feel like I learned a lot and it was pretty rewarding. [EDIT]: Insanely generous curve! An A- was about a raw score of 80 or better. Impossible to fail.
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