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Course: EE 7336, Spring 2008
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#5 Homework Chapter #6 Problems on pages 146-148. Problem 1 Problem 2 (7336 only) Problem 4 Problem 7 Chapter Problems #7 on pages 161-163. Problem 1 (7336 only) Problem 4 Note: 2 m-1 means 2 [1/m] Problem 7

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