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ECE220 Preliminary Exam 1 (CLOSED EVERYTHING) Spring 2006 February 23, 2006 PRINT your name, netid: This exam is closed books and no calculators. Read carefully each problem (possibly twice) before you start working on your solutions. Write neatly and in order. If your writing cannot be understood it will not be graded. Solutions to each problem should be written on the same sheet of paper as the problem itself. Solutions written on different sheets will not be graded. EXPLAIN how you arrived at your solution. If there is no explanation there are no points for the problem. In case of errors, partial credit will be given if it is clear that you were going in the right direction. However, do not write anything that is not relevant to the problem being solved. Write your name, netid and lab section in the top right corner of each page in the box provided. The exam is out of 100 points. Good luck!
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