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Sue Wang

Engineering and Physics Instructor

Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering Division

(650) 949-7493


Foothill campus
Office: 4406
Office Hours:
Tuesday 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Wednesday 1:30 - 2:20 PM (Online)
Thursday 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Friday 12:00 - 1:00


Fall 2019

Physics 6 - Online
Textbook Information in Course information below

Engineering Circuit E37
Textbook: Basics Circuit Analysis, 11th, Irwin

Engineering Circuit Lab E37L
No textbook required

Winter 2020

Physics 4C
E37 - Introduction to Engineering Circuits

Spring 2020

Physics 4C
E35 - Engineering Statics
E37 - Introduction to Engineering Circuits
E37L - Engineering Circuit Lab

Course information:

Online Courses
Physics 6


PHYSICS, 4th EDITION with Technlogy Update, JAMES S. WALKER, Addison-Wesley © 2014 .

This textbook is bundled with MasteringPhysics homework access. - This textbook is optional. But MasteringPhysics is required for homework. Details about enrolling MasteringPhysics is in Canvas/Syllabus/Homework.

Open source textbook (free online)

Study Guide: Student Study Guide with Selected Solutions: Vol. I and II. 4/E by David Reid (Optional) -
Study Guide by James Walker, 4E. (optional) -

The other option is ebook with MasteringPhysics. -

Print study guide provides the following for each chapter:

  • Objectives -

  • Warm-Up Questions from the Just-in-Time Teaching method by Gregor Novak and Andrew Garvin (Indiana University-Perdue University, Indianapolis) -

  • Chapter Review with two-column Examples and integrated quizzes -

  • Reference Tools & Resources (equation summaries, important tips, and tools) -

  • Puzzle Questions (also from Novak & Garvin's JITT method) -

  • Select Solutions for several end-of-chapter questions and problems -

Student Pocket Companion by Biman Das (optional) -

This easy-to-carry 5" x 7" paperback contains a summary of the entire text, including all key concepts and equations, as well as tips and hints. -

Online Resources: Student Companion Website -
You should check out this site. It has lots of practice problems and questions, Physlet porblems (animation and interactive) review material, problem solutions, and resource information. -

Suggested Book for group discussion and class discussion: Ranking Task Exercises In Physics, stududent Edition, by Thomas L. O'Kuma, David P. Maloney, Curtis J. Hieggelke -

Last update: 2019-07-23
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