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    Hello. Could anyone please recommend entry level books that they may have used in their studies for Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering? I would be very grateful.
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    Hi Scott,
    Despite the fact that I know nothing about Mechanical Engineering, as a first year Electrical/Electronic engineer, I do recommend you few great examples to take a look at:

    Introductory Circuits - Robert Spence. Easy-understandable information, straightforward and with examples included.
    Digital Design - Mano, M. Morris. Although I didn't use this book much, I know it has everything about digital design.
    The Art of Electronics - Horowitz, Paul. If you want to understand electronics fundamentally, this book has to be on your desk. Huge amount of info. Great writing style though.
 
 
 
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