m1w05_320 - ECE 320 Prof. Clymer Midterm Exam 1 January 28,...

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ECE 320 Printed Name: Prof. Clymer Write the Honor Code Pledge here: Midterm Exam 1 January 28, 2005 50 minutes Signed: Please WRITE OUT the Honor Code Pledge: “No aid given, received or observed,” and sign your name on the exam before your turn it in. DO NOT OPEN THE EXAM BOOKLET UNTIL THE BELL RINGS! During the exam, no devices are permitted that facilitate communication with another party (e.g. cell phones, and other wireless electronic communication devices including laptop com- puters). Students may not leave the examination room without permission of the instructor (who will be sitting near the door of the room) and while out of the examination room, no student may discuss any part of the examination with another party (except the instructor) either in person or through an electronic communications means.
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ECE 320 Midterm 1 – January 28, 2005 2 1.) (25 pts) In the circuit shown below, Prof. Clymer claims that the voltage, v X ( t ), is nearly a constant value with time (dc), yet he also claims that the current
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2009 for the course ECE 323 taught by Professor Bibyk during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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m1w05_320 - ECE 320 Prof. Clymer Midterm Exam 1 January 28,...

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