Written by: Joshua Giusti Ortiz

Date: November 11, 2023

**My First Blog!**

Hello! Welcome to my first blog website! My name is Joshua Giusti! I am a private tutor at Success Center "P.A.S.S", Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon Campus. I am studying a Bachelor's degree on electrical engineering. Now, why am I doing this blog? I want people around me to know about my experiences of tutoring and my experiences of being an electrical engineer. Below, you all see of what Electrical Engineering is about (Part 1) and my experiences (Part 2).

Electrical Engineering:

It's not easy to be an electrical engineer. One has to know previous concepts of math and a little bit of science. For example, we all know that from young age in school we need to know fundamentals of algebra and Pre-Calculus. However, in college things get heavier since it is a prerequisite to more complex math like Calculus I, Calculus III or Differential Equations to name a few.

But why do we need such complex math courses? This is because of higher equations used in electricity! Electricity is no joke!

The material we need to take in order to learn about electricity is humongous! In fact, in my college they teach us about the theory behind what transmission lines are, or what are microcontrollers!

In practice, this may come more difficult because of how many errors calculations can get. Even so that we can even burn fuses and then we need to start over because we've burned a fuse an already-done circuit; without that particular fuse, the whole circuit is now unsusable unless one finds another fuse for protection again.

This is all for now. See you next time!