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SAMPLE_EXAM_1 - EE 101 Exam Grading Rules 1. If your work...

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EE 101 Exam Grading Rules 1. If your work is illegible, you will receive no credit for that part of a problem. 2. Points will be deducted if equal signs are not utilized properly. That is, show all pertinent steps in a Boolean algebra operation; do not take notational short-cuts which leave an invalid expression as an intermediate or final result. 3. If your intention is that I should not grade a particular portion of your work, you must circle all parts of the problem you do not want graded, and place an X (or X’s) across that work. All work not crossed out in the above fashion will be graded, and points will be deducted if the work is incorrect.
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Name __________________________ I.D. # ____________ EE 101 SAMPLE EXAM # 1 (15 points) 1. Given the Boolean logic function:
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EE 101 taught by Professor Gutschlag during the Fall '07 term at Bradley.

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