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Unformatted text preview: EE 350 EXAM I 27 September 2007 Last Name (Print): 501014! 005
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ID number (Last 4 digits): Section: DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO Problem Weight Score Test Form A _INSTRUCTIONS
1. You have 2 hours to complete this exam.
2. This is a closed book exam. You may use one 8.5” X 11’7 note sheet.
3. Calculators are not allowed. 4. Solve each part of the problem in the space following the question. If you need more space, continue your solution
on the reverse side labeling the page with the question number; for example, Problem 1.2 Continued. NO
credit will be given to solutions that do not meet this requirement. 5. DO NOT REMOVE ANY PAGES FROM THIS EXAM. Loose papers will not be accepted and a
grade of ZERO will be assigned. 6. The quality of your analysis and evaluation is as important as your answers. Your reasoning must be precise and clear; your complete English sentences should convey what you are doing. To receive credit, you must
Show your work. Problem 1: (25 Points) 1. (10 points) Consider the signal a a o (3 points) Sketch the signal f (t) in Figure 1, and appropriately label the tick marks. I‘( l) Figure 1: Sketch of f(t). o points) Sketch the signal IX? g(t) : Z 3 f(t — 3n) 7L:OC in Figure 2, and appropriately label the tick marks. Figure 2: Sketch of g(t). o (4 points) Classify the signal g(t) as an energy signal, power signal, or neither. If g(t) is either an energy
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E15 + 8 d—i + 16 a2 y(t) = 16 f(t) where a is a positive real constant. 0 (3 points) State the characteristic equation for the system and provide an expression for the characteristic
roots in terms of the parameter a. 2 ..
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must be real—valued, that is, you cannot have terms of the form aexpmﬁ). ghUﬁ " C, + gal'(CLC‘OSL +C3smt) 1:20
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form of the particular solution for t 2 0. in this cue the, {arena gun/{7mm TS a— wm'l'lw‘éi gecwhser zen: Is a— rooﬁ ﬁe, charmlswslyrc, QOJw‘bcon) the
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credit, justify your answer in one or two short sentences. 7—»ﬂ1Q”$¢n’:€m Er marimwgz 54:4.le— bectwmr % the
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to the switch closing at time t : 0, the current and voltages within the circuit have reached steadystate values.
The current through resistor R3 represents the circuit output. R, W) n Figure 4: The switch in the passive RC circuit is closed at time t : 0. o (4 points) Find an expression for the current y(0+) in terms of the circuit parameters Justify your answer. GAYWit 6i t: O— 10 0  'UQCO‘D o (4 points) What is the steady—state output current, y(oo)‘? Justify your answer. GNU/[é 1h 45éedﬂf’5ﬁw‘k, thQ capau‘lsor‘ appears 66 W O
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(17 + a g(t) w ﬁt), where a is a real—valued parameter. For a certain input f (t) and some initial condition 31(0) it is known that
the zero—input response is yzi = 2 while the total response is 0 (4 points) What is the numeric value of the parameter a? an): 7i+w=0 “> “To” The. LOT/n by» the. Zero—mini re/Apoosells t
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park. betllfEI'Pfl in a nylon harness and released from a height of 180 feel. David swings bark and forth until nmt‘lmnir‘ul damping arrests his motion. The ODE W26
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the ()DE representation of the circuit and express your result in the standard forin d'n, dn— 17 dm dm, 1
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—:U+5—1_.i+s—J+4y(t) : d—J;+16j(t). The circuit is driven by the input voltage I
f(t) = t e‘t sin(2t) Mt).
Write an m—ﬁle that o Determines and displays the roots of the characteristic equation. 0 Calculates the zero—state response of the system to the input f (t) over the time interval 0 S t g 15 using
1500 points. 0 Plots the zero—state response and input in a single plot, and distinguishes the two curves using a legend
as well as different line styles. The m—ﬁle should also add appropriate labels to the axes, and provide the
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