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Thread: Help troubleshooting a JFET circuit.
face BY : James Burkart email (remove spam text)

Yup, that's what I got for 1 and 3. I think there was a mistake made when
the lab was written. I've come across problems like this in many classes at
this school, Grantham, as well as at DeVry. If it was a simple mistake,
fine. But the problem is that these questions in most cases were written
years ago, and either students have been answering them "wrong" all these
years, or the error has been brought to an instructor's attention, but
nothing is ever done about it. So very frustrating.


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