Circuit Analysis II

Description: (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 110.) 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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Most Helpful Review
A damn passionate man. It's pretty difficult to encounter a professor who is very passionate about his field (well, they are probably passionate but they don't know how to convey it). Pamarti is definitely one of those who can really ignite that burning EE flame within you. Lectures are what like other people said. Very effective, engaging, and easy to follow. He does go overboard in covering some very basic material but I liked it because sometimes, I forget the most basic things and covering it again just reminds me what happened. He didn't seem all that disappointed in going it over again. It's just that some of us were a bit shy in asking because he kind of implicitly give that "judging" vibe. Homework and tests were rough. Very challenging, nothing like the lecture. It's like in class, you learn how to write simple sentences (e.g. "I love to eat apples." or "I love to eat apples because they are healthy.") and then come homework and tests, it becomes a gigantic research essay on the history of apples combined with a philosophical discussion of the meaning of apple and a lengthy footnote explanation of the health benefits of an apple. Indeed, I exaggerate but the homework and tests are difficult and challenge you to think intuitively. Not sure how he curves/grades but I ended up with C+ and C on EE10 and EE110 respectively with Pamarti. I am definitely not the brightest bulb around the engineering school but I felt taking these two foundation EE classes with Pamarti was hella worth it. Take him if you can!!
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