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Course: ECE 31002, Fall 2009
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310 ELEC project updates in response to questions asked by students part 12, use amplitudes 1, -1/3, 1/5 to get square wave part 13, input cosine is wave part 17, omit, not required general: handwritten equations ok POI may contain a bug, showing index n instead of n-1 etc

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