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"EE" at the glance! In our daily life,we usually encounter with non-linear play ground(a play ground having bunch of resistors,voltage sources,transistors,billions of logic gates etc) as it is much difficult,being an engineer just like engine of a train we take things from non-linear play ground and put them into linear play ground after applying abstraction techniques on it and then apply linear formulas(KVL,KCL,norto equivalent,thevnin equivalent etc) and get the required result

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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So transition of non-linearity into linearity by applying abstraction techniques and then apply linearity formulas on it and then get answer is the "HEIGHT OF EE"

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