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EE 302 - Exam1-F05

EE 302 - Exam1-F05 - EE 302 Introduction to Electrical and...

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EE 302, Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering - Honors Dr. Archie Holmes, Jr. Exam #1 Name: _________________________________________________________________ EID: ________________ Please remember…. Read the entire exam before starting All answers must include units and an appropriate number of significant figures If you feel you need more information than is given, please ask!!! Show all work for credit!!! All final answers MUST BE placed in the space provided; work can be on a separate page. Relax!!!

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This exam contains 5 problems Give units to all answers where applicable Problem #1 ________________ Problem #2 ________________ Problem #3 ________________ Problem #4 ________________ Problem #5 ________________ Total ________________ This information will be provided when I return the exam Class Average = _______ Standard Deviation = _______
PROBLEM #1: CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS (18 POINTS) For each of the questions below, circle the correct response. The questions have Roman numerals and are in italics. I. Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) is a statement of the law of a.) the conservation of energy. b.) the conservation of charge. c.) the conservation of both energy and charge. d.) the conservation of electron momentum. II. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) is a statement of the law of a.) the conservation of energy. b.) the conservation of charge. c.) the conservation of both energy and charge. d.)

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