It's not the basic concepts that make me nervous for the event, as I understand them fairly well, but it's some of the more advanced circuit analysis problems that I saw in the homework of the course.6.002x? And it's not really too difficult, the wiki has a really nice section below each technical explanation of something the wiki calls 'the other analogy' that's really helpful in understanding basic electronics. Good luck!
Yeah, I stopped actively participating in the course around the time they started to use calculus in the problems (although that wasn't the only reason, was just way too much extra work for during the school year for me). Although, as I look back at the homework, the applicable stuff does appear that it will be much easier with some practice.Wow. That sounds like it was a fun course, but I'm pretty sure(and I've sen discussion about this before) that scioly specifically sets the rules so calculus and things of that nature never appear on the test, and looking at past years(my team has national tests dating back to 1993 or so, most of MIT's course material has never shown up... I only glanced over the MIT course, but after reading through a few national tests I never noticed anything beyond analyzing a circuit with more than one power source(still purely resistive) and some basic capacitor time curve problems in the SO tests. Of course, maybe they beefed it up this year...we'll just have to wait and see.
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