# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

3 Pages

### EE5307Fall07

Course: EE 5307, Spring 2011
School: UT Arlington
Rating:

Word Count: 306

#### Document Preview

I October EE5307 EXAM 11, 2007 Name (Print): ___________________________ (Last) (First) I.D.: ___________________________ Solve ALL THREE problems. Time: 1 hr. 30 min. Maximum Score: 36 points. Problem 1 (a) Set up the state-variable description for the following circuit with input u, output y and state variables x1 and x2. (8 points) R1 x1 u(t) R2 C L Current x2 y(t) (b) Can x1 be deduced from a...

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> Texas >> UT Arlington >> EE 5307

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
I October EE5307 EXAM 11, 2007 Name (Print): ___________________________ (Last) (First) I.D.: ___________________________ Solve ALL THREE problems. Time: 1 hr. 30 min. Maximum Score: 36 points. Problem 1 (a) Set up the state-variable description for the following circuit with input u, output y and state variables x1 and x2. (8 points) R1 x1 u(t) R2 C L Current x2 y(t) (b) Can x1 be deduced from a measurement of u and x2 over finite time? If not, when is this impossible? (3 points) Solution: Problem 2 Consider the following system with input u and output y: u 1 s k x1 4 y -1 1 s 2 x2 (a) The relation between u and y can be expressed as a 1 y a 2 y b 0 b1 u b 2 u y u Determine the coefficients as and bs in terms the of parameter k. (6 points) (b) Suppose k=0. Let u ( t ) 1, t 5, and let x 1 (5) 2 , x 2 (5) 0. Calculate the value of x 2 (3). (6 points) Solution: y 1 1x 3u into an equivalent description z Azz bzu ( A z is a diagonal matrix) y cT z d z u z using the transformation x Vz where the (1,1) and (2,2) elements of V are chosen to be unity. (8 points) (a) Calculate V, A z , b z , c T and dz. z (b) Let the input u be identically zero. Determine all points on the unit circle in the figure below such that if the system starts from these points, the system trajectory will converge to the origin. (5 points) x2 Problem 3 Convert the following system with input u and output y 0 4 0 x x u 1 0 1 1 -1 -1 Solution 1 x1
Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Colorado College - PHYS - PHYS1010
Practice a) When the heat is on and the balloon is floating, how do the number of air molecules inside the balloon compare to the number of air molecules that would be occupying that volume if the balloon wasnt there? If these are different, why doesnt th
Clemson - COM - 150
1 Samantha Campbell March 5, 2011 Comm 150 Marianne Herr Group Process PaperCampbellMy group consisted of Brett Lascara, Jamie Martin, JoAnna Garner and Anthony Morris. Our chosen perspective of human communication was leadership. We developed a subtopi
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Multiple files are bound together in this PDF Package.Adobe recommends using Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat version 8 or later to work with documents contained within a PDF Package. By updating to the latest version, youll enjoy the following benefits: Ef
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Midterm Exam ENSC 42502-2You are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates.timePointsscore(1)Limiter20 15 40 15 9025 15 45 15 100(2)NIC(3)Active Filter- Total time permitted is 90 minutes.(4)AmplifierEnsc 425
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Midterm Exam ENSC 4252003timePointsscoreYou are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates. - 2 sheets of handwritten notes.(1)Delta Modulator3020 20 20 20 60(2)Integrator Loop20(3)1st Order Active Filter25- To
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Midterm Exam ENSC 4252007timePointsscore(1)Basic Operations515 15 15 15 20 20 100You are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates. - 2 sheets of handwritten notes.(2)Programmable Gain20(3)B
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Midterm Exam ENSC 4252008timePointsscoreYou are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates. - 1 sheet of handwritten notes.(1)Instrumentation Amps1510 15 30 30 15 100(2)Bi-Linear Function10(3)
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Midterm Exam ENSC 4252009You are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates. - 3 sheets of handwritten notes.timePointsscore(1)Composite Amp1020 20 30 30 100(2)Capacitance Multiplier15(3)1st
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Midterm Exam ENSC 4252010You are permitted: - pencils, pens, calculators, - rulers and drawing templates. - 2 sheets of handwritten notes.timePointsscore(1)Negative Resistor1515 15 30 40 100(2)Two-Port Theory15(3)CFA25
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Ensc 425 2-02 BiLinear Circuit:Quiz 310k 25nF 10kName:vo vi1) Assume that the op-amp is ideal and has an infinite GBP. Calculate Hideal(s) and sketch the Bode Plot. 2) Using the integrator model of the op-amp with t = 105 rad/sec calculate Hactual(s)
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Ensc 425 2003 1) a) b) c) d) e)Quiz 3Name:The following relaxation oscillator uses a FDNR and capacitor instead of the usual capacitor and resistor. (Label the OpAmp terminals) Plot the transfer function for the Schmitt Trigger. Write the differential
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Quiz 3C1 R5 (G-1)R5BiQuad Circuit:R3vaR1vbR4 C2 (G-1)R4viR2(1/)R6vc R6R61)if vaH ai ( s ) viH ab ( s ) vbFind H ai ( s ) and H ab ( s ) in STANDARD FORM.H ai ( s )H ab ( s )2) if vbH b ( s) vaFind H b ( s) in ST
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Quiz 31)High-Q Integrator. The Op-Amps have GBPs of t1 = 100,000 rad/sec and t2 = 200,000 rad/sec. a) Write H(s) using the Miller model for both op-amps. b) Specify the location of all the poles and zeros in the circuit.1 RC 0t1
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Lastname: Firstname:Quiz 31)Current Feedback Amplifier. The following amplifier is constructed using a CFA. a) Find the Gain of the closed-loop circuit in terms of Ri, Rf and Z, where Z is the gain impedance of the CFA. b) The internal gain node of the
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 425
Ensc 425 2-01 BiQuad Circuit:Quiz 3C1 R5 (G-1)R5Name:R3vaR1vbR4 C2 (G-1)R4viR2(1/ )R6vcR6 R61)if vaH ai ( s ) viH ab ( s ) vbFind H ai ( s ) and H ab ( s ) in STANDARD FORM.H ai ( s )H ab ( s )2) if vbH b ( s) vaFind H b ( s) in STA
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
School of Engineering Science Simon Fraser UniversityENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solution to Assignment 5, Problem 2, Part 2Problem 2. Draw the phase and magnitude of the following lters and classify them (lowpass, highpass, or bandpass): Part 2 H (f ) =jf 1
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
ENSC-380 Spring 2009 Assignment 1 Due Date:Monday Jan 19, 4 PM ENSC Main Office Assignments handed in any time after 4 pm on the due date will be considered late.-From 380 Text Book: Chapter 2, Problems: 30 Parts (c), (h), (p), (s) 39 48 Parts (c), (j)
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
1 ENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solutions to Assignment 1 Chapter 2, Solution 30. Sketch these combinations of CT functions. (c)g ( t ) = 4 ramp ( t ) u ( t 2)(h)g ( t ) = rect ( t ) tri ( t )(p)t g ( t ) = ( + 1) 2 ( ) + ( 1) d (s)4 sinc ( 2t ) sgn ( t )
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
ENSC-380 Spring 2009 Assignment 2 Due Date:Monday February 2, 4 PM ENSC Main Office Assignments handed in any time after 4 pm of the due date will be date stamped and considered late.-From 380 Text Book: Chapter 3, Problems: 35 46 52 Parts (c), (f) 60
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
1 ENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solutions to Assignment 1 Chapter 3, Solution 35.Homogeneity: Let x1 ( t ) = g ( t ) . Then y1 ( t ) = g () d .t 3Let x 2 ( t ) = K g ( t ) . Then y 2 ( t ) = Homogeneous Additivity: Let x1 ( t ) = g ( t ) . Then y1 ( t ) = Let
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
ENSC-380 Spring 2009 Assignment 3 Due Date:Monday February 16, 4 PM ENSC -380 Drop Box Assignments handed in any time after 4 pm of the due date will be date stamped and considered late.-From 380 Text Book: Chapter 4, Problems: 25 Parts (a), (e), (g) 2
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
1ENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solutions to Assignment 3Chapter 4, Solution 25. Using the CTFS table of transforms and the CTFS properties, find the CTFS harmonic function of each of these periodic signals using the time interval, TF , indicated. (a) 1 x ( t )
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
School of Engineering Science Simon Fraser University ENSC-380, Spring 2009 Assignment 4 Due Date: March 18th, 4 PM, ENSC-380 Drop Box (Assignments handed in any time after 4 PM of the due date will be date stamped and considered late.)Note: for each of
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
School of Engineering Science Simon Fraser UniversityENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solution of Assignment 4Solution of Problem 1. This can be done using two methods: (1) do the convolution rst and then take the CTFT of the result, or (2) compute the CTFT of eac
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
School of Engineering Science Simon Fraser UniversityENSC-380, Spring 2009 Assignment 5 Due by: April 6th, 4:00PM, ENSC-380 Drop Box(Assignments handed in any time after 4:00PM of the due date will be date stamped and considered late.) Note: for each of
Simon Fraser - ENSC - 380
School of Engineering Science Simon Fraser UniversityENSC-380, Spring 2009 Solution of Assignment 5Solution of Problem 1. H (f ) = H (f ) =4 ej 2f , 254 2 f 2 +j 12f 49 , 49+4 2 f 2h(t) = e3(t+1) sin(4(t + 1)u(t + 1) Not casual Not casualh(t) =49 7|
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Caladonia Products Year 0 1 2 3 4 5 a) Payback Schedule - Project A Year 0 1 2 3 4 Payback Period b) NPV- Project A Year 0 1 2 3 4 5 NPV- Project A c) IRR Year 0 1 2 3 4 5 IRRProject A (\$100,000) \$32,000 \$32,000 \$32,000 \$32,000 \$32,000Project B (\$100,00
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
51A.(Compoundinterest)towhatamountwillthefollowinginvestmentsaccumulate? a.\$5,000investedfor10yearsat10percentcompoundedannually 5000x (1.10)10=5000x2.5937=12968.5b.\$8,000investedfor7yearsat8percentcompoundedannually 8000x(1.08)7=8000x1.7138=13710.59 c.\$
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
51A.(Compoundinterest)towhatamountwillthefollowinginvestmentsaccumulate? a.\$5,000investedfor10yearsat10percentcompoundedannually 5000x (1.10)10=5000x2.5937=12968.5b.\$8,000investedfor7yearsat8percentcompoundedannually 8000x(1.08)7=8000x1.7138=13710.59 c.\$
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
14-1. What are financial markets? What function do they perform? How would an economy be worse off without them? A f inancial market i s a mechanism that allows people to buy and sell (t rade) financial securities (such as stocks and bonds), commodities (
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
a.Finance - The science that describes the management of money, banking, credit, investments,and assets.b.Efficient Market - A market in which the values of all assets and securities at any instant intime fully reflect all available information, whic
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
What is the capital market? How is the primary market different from the secondary market? Whats the Efficient Market Hypothesis? In your opinion, are these markets efficient? Why or why not? The market for trading long-term debt instruments (those that m
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
WhatarethreeprimaryrolesoftheSEC?HowdoestheSarbanesOxleyActaugmentthe SECsroleinmanagingfinancialgovernance?Doyouthinkthatbusinessesaremoreethical afterthepassingoftheSarbanesOxleyAct?Whatexamplesaretheretosupportyouanswer? The SEC's principal objectives
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hich ratios measure a corporations liquidity? What are some of the problems associated w ith using financial ratios? How would the Dupont analysis overcome some of these p roblems? T here are generally 3 ratios that measure a corporation's liquidity: 1.
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
How would you define strategic planning? What are the differences between strategic and financial planning? What financial problems might an organization encounter when implementing their strategic plan? Strategic planning is an organization's process of
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat information is needed in order to prepare a cash budget? What is the relationship between an operating budget and a cash budget? Why is it important for an organization to p repare a cash budget? You will need the beginning cash balance, bad-debt ex
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat is the breakeven point? What decisions does the breakeven point help an organization t o make? What financial actions might an underperforming organization take to reach b reakeven point?The breakeven point tells a firm what volume of sales is requ
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
How would you explain the use of TVM in business? What considerations are made when calculating TVM? How can you use TVM to create your own, or someone elses, retirement plan? TVM is used in business for several purposes. It is used for calculating the ex
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
H ow do you define working capital? What may happen if an organization neglected to manage its working capital? What techniques do you recommend for your organization? Why Working capital measures the operating liquidity available to a business and it is
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat is meant by capital planning? Why is IRR important to an organization? Why is NPV important to a project? How would you select from multiple projects p resented to your organization? Capital Planning, also known as Capital budgeting, (or investment
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
What is a lease? Why would you choose to lease a capital item verses buy? What steps would you follow to decide whether to lease or buy a computer system? A lease is a legally enforceable contract which defines the relationship between an owner, the lesso
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat are the main elements in calculating cost of capital? Essentially, the calculations are done with the cost of debt and equity and preferred stock. T his includes calculating cost of capital by reviewing investors required rate of return, f loatation
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat is meant by Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)? The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is a basic financial formula to determine the required rate of return. WACC takes the total cost of debt and equity p roportional to total value. The fo
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
W hat is meant by foreign exchange r isk? What specific problems does foreign exchange present in an organization? How could an organization needing Eu ros in six months protect itself from c ur rency fluctuations? When your business deals in a foreign cu
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Exam 1 FIN370 Winter 2009 Version - A Key1. The process of managing a firm's long-term investments is called: a. capital structure management. b. asset allocation. c. risk management. D. capital budgeting. e. working capital management.BLOOMS TAXONOMY Q
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
E xchange rate r isk i s the r isk that tomorrows exchange rate will differ from todays rate. As indicated earlier, i t is extremely unlikely that the future spot rate will be exactly the same as the forward rate quoted today. Assume that you are going to
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
FIN/370 Final ExamThank you. Your responses have been recorded. Exam Started Exam Completed Answers Correct Score Confirmation # 11/08/2010 (8:48 PM) 11/08/2010 (10:01 PM) 53/54 98.15% 15448763
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Integrative ProblemFor your job as the business reporter for a local newspaper, you are given the assignment of putting together a series of articles on the multinational finance and the international currency markets for your readers. Much recent local
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
3. A firm's current balance sheet is as follows:Assets \$100 Debt \$10 Equity \$90a. What is the firm's weighted-average cost of capital at various combinations of debtand equity, given the following information? Debt/Assets 0% 10 20 30 40 50 60 After-Tax
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Here we go Matt. It is Tuesday as planned. Here is this weeks questions: Time Value of Money (TMV) Paper: Prepare a 700-1,050- word paper in which you explain how annuities affect TVM problems and investment outcomes. In your paper be sure to address the
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
1. Calculate a few ratios and compare Reed's results with industry averages. (Some industry averages are shown in Exhibit 16.4.) What do these ratios indicate? Exhibit 16.4 Reeds Clothier Selected Ratios Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Receivab
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Reed Clothier Income Statement Net Sales Cost of Goods Gross profit General &amp; administrative Expenses Depreciation &amp; amortization Interest expense Earnings before taxes Income Taxes Net income Balance Sheet Cash Inventories Accounts receivable Total curre
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
LEARNINGTEAMCHARTERTEAMDFIN370FINANCEFORBUSINESS TeamMembers/ContactInformation Name Phone Timezoneand AvailabilityDuringtheWeek EmailJaredRollins RustyFife Marsha Spierin g JayMartin8017213625 5133192787 6059240355MSTEverynightafter5:00p.m After6pmES
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
YEARPROJECTA 0 \$100,000 1 \$32,000 2 \$32,000 3 \$32,000 4 \$32,000 5 \$32,000 11%PROJECTB \$100,000 \$0 \$0 \$0 \$0 \$200,000Requiredrateofreturna. Whatiseachprojectspaybackperiod? ProjectA 3.13 ProjectB 4.5 b. Whatiseachprojects'snetpresentvalue? ProjectA \$18,
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Ethics and Compliance Paper1Ethics and Compliance Paper Learning Team D: Jared Rollins, Jason Martin, Marsha Spiering, Rusty Fife, Pedro Recillas University of Phoenix Finance for business FIN/370 W. Mac Serda October 17, 2010Ethics and Compliance Pape
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Apple has been able to control the design and the development of their hardware and software for all of their products since they have started with their business in 1976. By doing this, they have been able to keep their sales up for the fact that they ha
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
When we think of Apple Corporation we think gadgets, trendy, moderns, cutting edge, trend setter. Apple has consciously dedicated its time and effort to develop very successful tech devices and launch them in such a way that they are the undisputable most
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Apple/Strategic Initiative 1Apples Strategic Initiative Learning Team D: Jared Rollins, Jason Martin, Marsha Spiering, Rusty Fife, and Pedro Recillas University of Phoenix Finance for business FIN/370 W. Mac Serda October 24, 2010Apple/Strategic Initiat
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
Apple has a strong commitment to ethical and compliance practices from their suppliers. Manufacturing facilities outside the United States are audited and necessary training is given to employees to help them better understand Apples ethical requirements.
University of Phoenix - FIN - 370
What is globalization? Globalization is a process that allows the interaction and integration among people of different countries, companies, and government entities. This is all driven by international trade and aided by information technology. Why has g
University of Phoenix - BUS - 475
Running Head: Balanced Scorecard Assignment 1Balanced Scorecard Jared Rollins BUS/475 January 24, 2011 Nels Holmgren University of PhoenixBalanced Scorecard 21.0 Introduction This essay will talk about how a balanced scorecard is used to assess the per