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Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 11th Edition
J. David Irwin, R. Mark Nelms
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  • Tools to help students build their problem-solving skills have been expanded to take full advantage of the combination of print and digital media. Key concepts are first described in text with illustrations, followed by detailed example solutions. Additional problems -- Learning Assessments -- are given with their answers but not solutions provided. Most Learning Assessment are solved in detailed video tutorial in WileyPLUS. 
    • Also in WileyPLUS, algorithmic problems give students the opportunity to practice the same types of problems with randomized values that change with repeated attempts.
  • In order to provide maximum flexibility, solved examples are available in online supplements that apply the most popular problem-solving programs, MATLAB®, PSPICE or MultiSim. These examples are all based on problems in the text, and any or all of them can be integrated into custom editions of the text.
  • Approximately 1400 end of chapter problems have been greatly expanded and revised, including hundreds of new problems of all levels of difficulty.
  • Every chapter includes FE Exam Problems, which closely match the style and level of problems typically found on this standardized test taken by most engineering students before graduation.
  • Reading quiz questions enable students to self-assess their comprehension, giving faculty timely information on what students are currently working on, in order to address their needs.
  • Concept videos deliver ‘virtual office hours', focusing on specific learning assessments within the text.
  • Students have access to conceptual and demonstration material featuring graphic examples and narrated videos in multiple modes.
  • Online math skills modules enable students and faculty to assess and reinforce fundamental skills, keeping students on track.

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J. David Irwin, R. Mark Nelms