A terakoya was a small private elementary school for ordinary children of  
farmers or merchants in middle ages or Tokugaga period in Japan. There
were thousands of terakoyas in all over Japan, teaching, mainly
arithmetic, reading and writing.  In the middle of 19 century, around 80%
of children in Japan were educated in Terakoya. This made Japanese
literacy rate highest in the world at the time.  

I put the title here as terakoya, because I would like to open such a school
here.

Though, my hand writing and English is awful, I think you can read them.

EES  (Electrical Engineering Skills ) was prepared to provide exercises for
various calculations in electrical engineering field.  

Down load the lessons, print out them and scan your answer, and send
me back your pdf files.  You need a calculator and PC with Ms Excel
installed.  Your Ms Excel needs "Analysis Tool Pack " Add-in installed.    

I will send back your answer with my comment.

EES A is for DC circuit analysis.  Here you can practice Ohm's law,
kirchhoff's Law,  start-delta, bridge, applying matrix to simultaneous
equations  etc.

EES A 1..5             EES A 6..10          EES A 11..15        EES A 16..20        
EES A 21..25        EES A 26..30        EES A 31..35        EES A 36..40
EES A 41..45        EES A 46..50        2 Real Unknowns
3 Real Unknowns

EES B is for single phase AC circuit calculations without using complex
numbers.    

EES B 1..5             EES B 6..10          EES B 11..15        EES B 16..20        
EES B 21..25        EES B 26..30        EES B 31..35        EES B 36..40
EES B 41..45        EES B 46..50       

EES C is for three  phase AC circuit calculations without using complex
numbers.    

EES C 1..5             EES C 6..10          EES C 11..15        EES C 16..20        
EES C 21..25        EES C 26..30        EES C 31..35        EES C 36..40
EES C 41..45        EES C 46..50        Phasor

EES D is for AC circuit calculations with using complex numbers. Complex
number calculators in Excel format is included.

EES D 1..5             EES D 6..10          EES D 11..15        EES D 16..20        
EES D 21..25        EES D 26..30        EES D 31..35        EES D 36..40
EES D 41..45        EES D 46..50        EES D102..104    
ComplexSIMQ (Updated 7 Aug 08)
Comprex Chain Calc                           

EES E is for AC unbalanced three phase calculations. A lot of exercises
using symmetrical components are included.

EES E 1..5             EES E 6..10          EES E 11..15        EES E 16..20
EES E 21..25        EES E 26..30        EES E 31..35        EES E 36..40
EES E 41..45        EES E 46..50        Symcom 01          3phaseAnalysis

EES F is for transient phenomena, practice on calculus and differential
equations included.

EES F 1..5             EES F 6..10          EES F 11..15        EES F 16..20
EES F 21..25        EES F 26..30        EES F 31..35        EES F 36..40
EES F 41..45        EES F 46..49       

EES FOPL 002 to 004 is to explain what is "e" the base of natural
logarithm and what is  "natural" about "e".
EES FOPL002..004

EES G is for Cable Selection, so far I prepared only for LV power cables.
EES G 1..5            EES G 6..10          EES G 11..15        EES G 16..20

EES H is for Power Distribution
EES H 1..8            

EES I is for short circuit calculation
EES I 1..5              EES I 6..10

EES M is for mechanical related items such as motor starting.
EES M 1..5            EEM I 6..10

If you are interested in Japanese letters Hiragana or Kanji, try this.  Print,
draw lines to form as shown, scan and send your work back to me.  I will
comment and send you back.

AIUEO (the first Hiragana lesson)

K1-01 First Kanji lesson
TERAKOYA
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