# Textbook Notes for CPEN 211 at University of British Columbia (UBC)

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## CPEN 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sequential Circuits

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## CPEN 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ordinary Differential Equation, Partial Differential Equation

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Simply put, ordinary differential equations have the value of the derivative related to the value of the variable. So if you have an ordinary different
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## CPEN 211 Chapter 3.2: Amplifiers- 2

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Now the way that amplifiers work is that for example you give an ac signal as an input. The active device takes in power from an external source, which
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## CPEN 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.5: Prime Number, Or Gate

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When you just start learning c, you will use the print f statements, and you will also initialize variables. These two areas provide a peek into string
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## CPEN 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2: Null Pointer, C Dynamic Memory Allocation

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## CPEN 211 Chapter 2.2: Numbers and Symbols

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There are many different types of numbers, like real numbers, integers, negative and positive integers, irrational numbers and so on, and all of these
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## CPEN 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Tungsten

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The main aim behind any electric circuit is that there is a flow of electrons from one part to another. This flow constitutes an electric current but w
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