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Books to read for Matlab, C++, and Circuits?

  1. Jun 5, 2017 #1

    JKJ

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    Hi I am an undergraduate EE student into my 3-4th year.
    I feel like my fundamentals are not so good at times and I want to improve.

    I want some recommendations on what books to read to really help improve my fundamentals. I really don't like the textbooks we are reading. They are just too broad sometimes and not really to the point.

    I am looking for books for C++, Matlab, and circuits.

    Q1: I found some books online. How are these to re-study fundamentals? I haven't found one for circuits.
    Q2: So... any good recommendations? How are the "dummies" series?
     
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  3. Jun 6, 2017 #2

    jedishrfu

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