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### HW1_BME153_S09

Course: BME 153, Spring 2009
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153L BME - Spring 2009 Homework 1: Circuits and Circuit Variables Introduction The problems for this week focus on basic circuit topology and variables. Homework Format Guidelines Please follow the guidelines below for homework solution presentation. It is required that you follow each guideline carefully. Following the format guidelines promotes accurate grade records and decreases the likelihood of lost...

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