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Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:22 am
by Ahmed Hisham
Why are you taking this course?

Because i had a dream and this course help me to achieve it and it is a good start



What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?

make me love electronics and make me ready for the new and to be a good start for awesome project :idea:


How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?

really a little and this make be very pessimistic

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:42 pm
by ThePyroElectro
Hi Ahmed,

Welcome to the course! Feel free to ask any questions you might have about the lessons here in the forums.

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Wed May 14, 2014 1:46 pm
by xdx24
HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
Why are you taking this course?
>>To learn more about electronics.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?
>>To understand modern electronic world.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?
>>basic physical ideas. Programming. Not so much I guess.

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Wed May 14, 2014 11:16 pm
by ThePyroElectro
xdx24 wrote:HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
Why are you taking this course?
>>To learn more about electronics.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?
>>To understand modern electronic world.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?
>>basic physical ideas. Programming. Not so much I guess.


Welcome, go through the lessons and perform the experiments and you will get a good & quick overview of modern electronics.

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:42 pm
by Kungfugrip
HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
Why are you taking this course?
-General interest in electronics. DIY. Projects. Arduino. Raspberry Pi. Other. Wanted to start at the beginning.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?
-Learn something new and unique. DIY. Apply to various projects. Pass on/build projects w/my son when he is ready.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?
-Electricity: Zip, zilch, zero -Computers: Quite a bit

PS Thank you for these courses!

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:13 am
by ThePyroElectro
Kungfugrip wrote:HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
Why are you taking this course?
-General interest in electronics. DIY. Projects. Arduino. Raspberry Pi. Other. Wanted to start at the beginning.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?
-Learn something new and unique. DIY. Apply to various projects. Pass on/build projects w/my son when he is ready.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?
-Electricity: Zip, zilch, zero -Computers: Quite a bit

PS Thank you for these courses!


Welcome! I hope this course serves you well as an introduction.

Re: #1 The Introduction [Post Homework Here]

Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 1:37 pm
by LPtech
HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
Why are you taking this course?
-To make sure I understand my coworkers questions, when they take this class. As it appears to be one of the best organized online classes I've found for people who need a working knowledge on electronics. I am hoping to use this course as guide to teach my coworkers electronics and troubleshooting skills.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What do you hope to do with the knowledge you gain through this course?
-Pass that knowledge on to my coworkers, refresh my knowledge of the basics, and hopefully gain a better understanding of the things that were glossed over in school.

HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
How much do you already know about electronics/electricity/computers…etc?
-I have a associates of EET, from ITT, and about 15 years of component level troubleshooting on motor control boards, switching powersupplies, PC based control systems, etc. A working knowledge of computers, but almost no programming experience.