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Is anyone studying electrical or electronics engineering in a post-secondary institution? Could I get a list of recommended manuals for the first or second year? Thanks.

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    You can start be ensuring you're proficient in math through Calculus III, physics through calc based forces and calc based emag, then move on to a book like Hambley Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications or Electric Circuits.

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