mas mgnda po kz for every concepts learned in lectures,,dpat maipakita kgad eto in reality using laboratory experiments..
ginagmit b differential equation, Numerical Methods at iba png higher engineering mathemtics sa pagdedesign??
maganda basahin ung book ni Stan Gibilisco na "Teach yourself electricity and electronics" super mild ng approach niya parang nagkukuwento lng siya... kasi nahirapan ako sa book ni nashelsky... tyaga lng hehe ginawa kong intro ung kay gibilisco tapos lipat kay tropang nashelsky... tapos sa comms naman ung kay Frenzel muna tapos lipat kay tomasi heheh
I've been into electronics longer that the lifetime of most people here (pero mas matanda sa akin si ate rdp), and yet, I still find it helpful to review and relearn basic electronics from time to time. Yung mga tinatawag nating basics are actually the most important. They are the foundations everything about electronics is built upon. If you cannot understand the basics, there is no hope you will ever understand anything above it.Back to mathematics.. A very famous man once quipped.. "Mathematics is the language of nature." I do not remember if it was Newton or Galileo, but I am too lazy to google this time. Google it yourself if you want to find out. By the way, Newton and Leibnitz invented calculus independent of each other and at about the same time. If you hate calculus, blame it to these persons.But I've got a lot to thanks to these great men. Without their calculus and mathematics, we will still be practically in the dark ages. There will be no physics, no science and technology, no progress. If you still cannot imagine this, imagine a world without laptop, PS3, internet, and Porn. That's how important mathematics is!
kawawa nmn c ts wala manlang tumutulong sa kanya ganito po ba dito iwanan sa ere at nagdadamotan na!
siguro kelagn nya tau ma-meet,pra malaman nya sinasabi nya....