HW#10

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Signals and Systems 20 October 2010 Fall 2010 Quiz: Tuesday 26 October 2010 Homework Assignment #10 1. A study of student enrollment records for the Colleges of Engineering and Business at a certain university yields the following observations: Among entering students, 35% enroll in Engineering, and 65% enroll in Business. Among Engineering students at the end of each year, 65% will re-enroll for the following year in Engineering, 10% will enroll in Business, and 20% will graduate. Among Business students at the end of each year, 75% will re-enroll for the following year in Business, and 20% will graduate. (a) Draw the simulation diagram of a discrete-time system to model the student enrollments in Engineering and Business. The output y ( k ) should represent the total number of
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