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B.S. James Madison University
Dear students and parents,
When I elected to study "Mathematics for Electronics" I was fortunate enough to have a College of William & Mary grad student for my class instructor. He was the best that I have ever studied under. His methods were well suited for a class of mixed experienced adults seeking to learn mathematics, algebra, intro to trig and problem solving.
The text was one of the best that I had been introduced to for that class. His command presence was soft handed but firm. Homework was expected to be done and on time for the next class.
A pre-test was conducted to see where he would have to start so that no one was left behind. Board work was excellent. Every step was shown at first. Then steps could be skipped mentally.
I learned a great deal from him. My grade for part 1 and part 2 was an "A" both times.
My text book was full of notes. I kept it for a long time and finally gave it to the library. Always keep your text books for your personal library.
Hint: when working an algebra equation, always ask yourself the following: what do I need to do to both sides of the equation to solve for the unknown, do I add, subtract, multiply, divide, factor, combine terms and change to a decimal or percent. Do not forget too, the reciprocal may work fine. Always work all the problems. Dear students and parents,
When I elected to study "Mathematics for Electronics" I was fortunate enough to have a College of William & Mary grad student for my class instructor. He was the best that I have ever studied under. His methods were well suited for a class of
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