UNIT ONE - Modeling Electric Circuit Elements
Students moving from high schools to mathematics-related
programs, such as engineering, at university
often have difficulty applying their mathematical
knowledge to new situations. They find that
there are gaps in the knowledge and skills
expected of them in a university program.
These university programs depend critically
on students’ experience of learning
mathematics and on their ability to make
connections between the mathematics they
learned in high school and the situations
presented in a university program.
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to help you complete a degree in university.
begin this portal with a unit in Modeling
Electrical Circuit Elements. In
the future we will work towards developing
more units in other engineering fields.
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