Haha, meticulous planning. I work about 20 hours a week, I do research for another 20, and take or teach 2-3 classes. My schedule is full but it's doable. I include the weekends in that, since I enjoy my research anyway, so it doesn't feel like work.
It's not as bad as it sounds to people tbh. I find plenty of time to go out and things on top of that.
Yea, that's actually probably partly true.
I'm really into the theoretical side of things. I find practical considerations kind of sully the aesthetic beauty of pure theory. Plus, all that wasted talent making things when it could be used to figure out new insights into the world.
It's mostly just all in good fun though.
Although...if I'm teaching, you need to attend. I'll fail you for mentioning engineering. I'm objective and fair like that.
Very true tbh. Science is inductive. Your idea just has to explain more and make better predictions.
1) Ohm's Law
2) Voltage Divider
3) Capacitors impede changes in voltage
4) Inductors impede changes in current
5) Resistors in Series and Parallel (inductor like resistor, capacitors the opposite)
6) Thevinin's Theorem
Electronics is a lot more interesting area IMO.
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