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EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #1 1) As you read the two articles by Feynman, which are available in the reference section of our course website, make a list of his predictions for microsystems. What did he get right? What did he get wrong?
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Get a copy of the fold-up crystallographic cube from the homework section of the course website and assemble it. 3) Liu problem 1.17 4) Liu problem 1.18 5) Liu problem 1.19 6) Liu problem 2.4 7) Liu problem 2.5...
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