Try what I did, over 50 years ago. I was in deep trouble in a fluid
mechanics course. I took the time to go back to the first chapter of the
text and read carefully, dealing with the concepts- and trying to answer
the questions the end. repeated this with the next section. After a few
chapters, something clicked and the rest was a piece of cake.So often it
is a little thing at the beginning that is the problem. When you get to
be an old fart like me- then you see that many concepts in EE are also
applicable in other areas of engineering (and the reverse is true).
At some earlier point in the course, you have missed something- go back
to it. If you have a problem with an assignment- surely you have a prof
that you can talk to. SAhow what you have tried to do and you may just
get the little kick that will make the difference. Solution manuals
won't do this as they are fine for checking answers and some give the
processes involved but if you really do not understand these processes,
you are up shit creek without a paddle.
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