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1997\07\27@141813 by Tim Kerby

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Hi
I recently bought the 2nd edition of the brilliant book "The Art of
Electronics".  Does anyone know where I can find answers to the exercises
it contains?


Cheers

Tim


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1997\07\27@144922 by Mike

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At 07:12 PM 7/27/97 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi
>I recently bought the 2nd edition of the brilliant book "The Art of
>Electronics".  Does anyone know where I can find answers to the exercises
>it contains?

Well I got the parallel processing computer that has about 10 billion
neurons - I'd try that first...

Incidentally I just heard that neurons can actually move about - or so
it seems from the reports I've heard - so the phrase "I changed my mind"
has rather more widespread relevance ?

Rgds

mike
Perth, Western Australia


Some say there is no magic but, all things begin with thought then it becomes
academic, then some poor slob works out a practical way to implement all that
theory, this is called Engineering - for most people another form of magic.
                                                                      Massen

1997\07\28@064923 by Bernie Parent

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Ask your local bookstore to order "The Student Manual for the Art of
Electronics". It has a lot of the answers for the books problems.
At 07:12 PM 7/27/97 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi
>I recently bought the 2nd edition of the brilliant book "The Art of
>Electronics".  Does anyone know where I can find answers to the exercises
>it contains?
>
>
>Cheers
>
>Tim
>
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1997\07\28@214403 by juan abba

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Hi Tim;
Can you give us a hint of the content and why you consider it brilliant.
Depending on your answer I may be interested to get one.
thanks
juan

At 07:12 PM 7/27/97 +0100, you wrote:
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1997\07\28@225745 by stoney

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> From: juan abba <spam_OUTjuanabbaTakeThisOuTspamAX.APC.ORG>
> To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Re: Art of Electronics Answers (Off topic)
> Date: Monday, July 28, 1997 7:39 PM
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> Hi Tim;
> Can you give us a hint of the content and why you consider it brilliant.
> Depending on your answer I may be interested to get one.
> thanks
> juan
>
> At 07:12 PM 7/27/97 +0100, you wrote:
> >Hi
> >I recently bought the 2nd edition of the brilliant book "The Art of
> >Electronics".  Does anyone know where I can find answers to the
exercises
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there is a workbook available for the art of electronics that has answers
and lab projects in
as is and can be used as a text for electronics
Mike Johnston

1997\07\29@011039 by tjaart

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juan abba wrote:
>
> Hi Tim;
> Can you give us a hint of the content and why you consider it brilliant.
> Depending on your answer I may be interested to get one.
> thanks
> juan

I also have one. The explanations are intuitive and easy to
follow. In stead of formulas first/ explanations later, the
authors explain the *workings* to you. Very nice.

Another thing - the book is bound with plastic ring elements
(mine is anyway), which makes it easier to use in the lab...

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1997\07\29@091047 by Cary Smith

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Hi,
       the art was suggested to me by engineers at my job. Think of it
as Electronics Design for dummies :). It is VERY VERY good for a
beginner. I recommend it for everyone who has purchased it yet. They
should come out with a new edition for more up to date stuff.

Cary Smith

1997\07\29@133911 by Eric van Es

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Cary Smith wrote:

> Hi,
>         the art was suggested to me by engineers at my job. Think of
> it
> as Electronics Design for dummies :). It is VERY VERY good for a
> beginner. I recommend it for everyone who has purchased it yet. They
> should come out with a new edition for more up to date stuff.
>
> Cary Smith

 OK - but is it any good for someone that's not a beginner. Someone
that understands h-parameters of transistors, Boolean algebra, etc?

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1997\07\30@013520 by tjaart

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> > as Electronics Design for dummies :). It is VERY VERY good for a
> > beginner. I recommend it for everyone who has purchased it yet. They
> > should come out with a new edition for more up to date stuff.
> >
> > Cary Smith
>
>   OK - but is it any good for someone that's not a beginner. Someone
> that understands h-parameters of transistors, Boolean algebra, etc?

I'm sure Horowitz & Hayes (authors) read it themselves from time
to time... It's good for all levels. No, make that excellent.

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1997\07\30@171919 by Bruce Cannon

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Yes!  In fact, it's not really that good for beginners, real beginners.
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Remember: electronics is changing your world...for good!

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>   OK - but is it any good for someone that's not a beginner. Someone
> that understands h-parameters of transistors, Boolean algebra, etc?

1997\07\31@160020 by Quentin

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Eric van Es wrote:

> Cary Smith wrote:
>
>   OK - but is it any good for someone that's not a beginner. Someone
> that understands h-parameters of transistors, Boolean algebra, etc?
>
> --
> eric van es

Man, you people here are talking of what I call my Bible of Electronics.
I bought it in 1982 in my first year of studies, and I still use it
today from time to time, to look
up something that I do not come across on a daily basis. When I do that,
I do not want to know all the technical info (for that I get a data
book), just how it works and tips on how to use it.
The book is falling to pieces, maybe I should go buy the new edition. I
know they upgraded the CPU section.
Now , if only they would do PIC's in a new edition......

Quentin

ps, Eric, go check one out at Technical Books in Cape Town, if they are
still around..

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