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ECE220 Preliminary Exam 1 (OPEN BOOK) Spring 2007 February 15, 2007 PRINT name, netid, lab section: This exam is open book. You can use calculators but not MATLAB. Carefully read each problem (possibly twice) before you start working on your solutions. Write neatly and in an orderly fashion. If your writing cannot be deciphered it will not be graded. Solutions to each problem should be written on the same sheet of paper as the problem itself. In case you need additional pages please contact TAs present in the examination room. EXPLAIN how you arrived at your solution. To receive any partial credit for an incorrect answer, you should justify your results with prose, equations, and figures. Equations and figures without accompanying prose may receive no partial credit if deemed too difficult to decipher. 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.
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