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Course: EE 1382, Fall 2008
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Homework Format EE 1382 Professor Christensen Fall 2004 NAME, DATE, HOMEWORK NUMBER, and PROBLEM NUMBER on top of each page Given: Find: Solution: &lt;a href=&quot;/keyword/schematic-diagram/&quot; &gt;schematic diagram&lt;/a&gt; : Briefly state the problem. Include only relevant information, with a list of known variables. Clearly state what must be found. If it clarifies the problem for...

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Homework Format EE 1382 Professor Christensen Fall 2004 NAME, DATE, HOMEWORK NUMBER, and PROBLEM NUMBER on top of each page Given: Find: Solution: <a href="/keyword/schematic-diagram/" >schematic diagram</a> : Briefly state the problem. Include only relevant information, with a list of known variables. Clearly state what must be found. If it clarifies the problem for yourself or the grader, draw a <a href="/keyword/schematic-diagram/" >schematic diagram</a> or graph of the problem. Clearly indicate the coordinate system and/or axes labels if needed, boundary conditions, variables, and any other information relevant to understanding the problem. State assumptions used to simplify and solve the problem Clearly describe the procedure that was used for obtaining the solution, including: Equations that were solved Variables and properties used in the solution Show your work! Clearly indicate answer to the equation by drawing a box around it. Assumptions: Procedure: NOTES: (1) Working together on homework problems is acceptable (and encouraged), however copying is not! You must show that YOU know how to solve the assigned problems (not your homework partner and not the homework solution file that a friend gave/sold you). Failure to provide clear explanation of the solution procedure may result in deducted points, even for correct answers. (2) ...

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Southern Methodist - EE - 3372
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Southern Methodist - EE - 7333
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Southern Methodist - EE - 7336
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Southern Methodist - EE - 7375
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