Linear Circuits

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Learn the analysis of circuits including resistors, capacitors, and inductors. This course is directed towards people who are in science or engineering fields outside of the disciplines of electrical or computer engineering.
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10/10 starsCompleted
  • 19 reviews
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5 years, 9 months ago
I took this class as a refresher to the same class I learnt when in University, and it has a good materials. Only this course did not use standard Coursera forum, but an external forum in which I was not accustomed using it.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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5 years, 9 months ago
Very good course to start or remember things you forget. Very clear explanations. Homeworks very easy, but making your knowledge active.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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5 years, 11 months ago
I have taken edX's Circuits and Electronics course prior to this one. I think the course is very well structured with enough rigor for one to learn but not cause a lot of burden. i.e the load is just right. Each module has a set of exercises and at the end of the module there is a comprehensive quiz that asses the student for the whole module. I can not say there is anything bad about the course.The derivations for some equations were not shown in detail, but I see that as an advantage; do not burden the student with a lot of Calculus.. especially since this is an intro class (and the class is not a Calc class). So the tools are given to solve the problems and the explanations are given in an intuitive way. There is a part 2 to this course (Electronics). Can't wait to sign up for that one. I think it will be a success as long as they stick to the same structure and format. Once you are done with this course you will be more prepared ... I have taken edX's Circuits and Electronics course prior to this one. I think the course is very well structured with enough rigor for one to learn but not cause a lot of burden. i.e the load is just right. Each module has a set of exercises and at the end of the module there is a comprehensive quiz that asses the student for the whole module. I can not say there is anything bad about the course.The derivations for some equations were not shown in detail, but I see that as an advantage; do not burden the student with a lot of Calculus.. especially since this is an intro class (and the class is not a Calc class). So the tools are given to solve the problems and the explanations are given in an intuitive way. There is a part 2 to this course (Electronics). Can't wait to sign up for that one. I think it will be a success as long as they stick to the same structure and format. Once you are done with this course you will be more prepared to take the edX course.
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6/10 starsCompleted
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5 years, 12 months ago
A dumbed down intro circuits course. Too much time was wasted at beginning of short videos telling students what was covered previously and what will be covered next.
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7/10 starsCompleted
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5 years, 12 months ago
There are good lab demos in the course. But there are too many formulas without clear explanation. I hoped that I would understand physics better, but I've got about 30% of what I expected. And I don't like basic arithmetic. I believe that computers were invented for doing calculations.
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