## FE Exam Review: Electrical and Computer EngineeringMany examinees find the electrical and computer engineering sections of the general FE exam to be most the most challenging. Now, you can get the extra review and practice you need to meet this challenge through a concise review of the electrical and computer topics covered on the general morning and afternoon FE exams.
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- Over 150 solved example problems
- Over 225 key charts, graphs, tables, and figures
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### Contents

AlternatingCurrent Circuits | 57 |

ThreePhase Power and Electric Machines | 91 |

vJ Chapter 4 Operational Amplifiers and Diodes | 105 |

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