Elements of Electromagnetics Hardcover – Jan 22 2010
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Matthew N.O. Sadiku is Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Prairie View AandM University.
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It is interesting to note that you sometimes have to look at the solutions manual to understand what the hell the problem is actually supposed to say.
This book teaches electromagnetics and baldness. The latter comes from tearing out ones hair looking for the problem in ones work that doesn't actually exist, but does exist in the solutions you are comparing your work to.
Two stars because the book functions nicely as a club and projectile.