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#64460 - 04/07/06 05:47 PM Got my first book from Mike Holt!
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It came in the mail today. Only took 3 days to get here. That's outstanding!

I bought the Alternating Current, Motors, Generators, and Transformers book because I'm almost done with my Alternating Current Principles class in school and just want to know more about the topic. Ok, so I'm having a hard time understanding inductance and windings in a transformer. No biggie, just wanna learn more about it.

So have you ever bought any of Mike's books? Personally, I cannot say enough about how valueable his website has been for me over the past year and a half. It's been priceless really.

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