*this book is great! it is low on math.*What I keep finding is project books that dont show ANY math. Or text books that are all math and no practicality.

I am looking for the bridge that can help me keep going strong. The truth is I never had a Trig Calc or Physics class, but I thoroughly enjoy learning math. I am not afraid of it. I just learned the unit circle the other day and memorized it

I think maybe I need a really good lab manual that shows good test with function generator and oscilloscope. I am in the chapter of capacitance and reactance Xc and really I am in desperate need of some actual testing and lab work.

I cant wait for the day that I can understand the math behind a astable multivibrator and calculate one for myself.

I am using

-Grob Basic Electronics (8th edition)

-Malvino Electronic Principals (6th edition) (I wanted to start this after I got all the basics of caps resisters series and parallel calculating)

I have a

-25Mhz Digital 2 channel scope

-0.2 to 2MHz Function Generator

-Power Supply with 3.3 +-5 and +-12

-DMM Fluke 83 III

-Breadboard and lots of parts and wires.

where are the good labs?