202_HW_set4_33_48 - EE202 HOMEWORK PROBLEMS (SET 4) SPRING...

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EE202 HOMEWORK PROBLEMS (SET 4) SPRING 09 QUOTES FOR YOUR PARENT'S PARTIES: Henry Kissinger (1923 - ) Realism. ..has no more to do with reality than anything else. Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation. Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973) Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away. Lily Tomlin (1939 - ) Reality is something you rise above. Hawkin's Theory of Progress : Progress does not consist of replacing a theory that is wrong with one that is right. It consists of replacing a theory that is wrong with one that is more subtly wrong. POEMS FOR THE LIBERAL PART OF YOUR EDUCATION Part 1—Nerd Poetry A dozen, a gross, and a score Plus three times the square root of four Divided by seven Plus five times eleven Is nine squared, not a bit more. Integral t-squared dt From one to the cube root of three Times the cosine Of three pi over nine Is the log of the cube root of e. Part 2—Famous Poetry THERE IS NO FRIGATE LIKE A BOOK There is no frigate like a book To take us lands away Nor any coursers like a page Of Prancing poetry. This traverse may the poorest take Without oppress or toll; How frugal is the chariot That bears the human soul! --Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)
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page 2 Spring 09 2 THE RICH MAN The rich man has his motor-car, His country and his town estate. He smokes a fifty-cent cigar And jeers at Fate. He frivols through the livelong day, He knows not Poverty her pinch. His lot seems light, his heart seems gay, He has a cinch. Yet though my lamp burns low and dim, Though I must slave for livelihood— Think you that I would change with him? You bet I would! --Franklin P. Adams (1882-1960) DUE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25 33-34. After much trial and tribulation and despite the efforts of the lab TA to sabotage your entire experiment, you managed to use a Veni-Vidi-Vici J. Ceasar-tronix Vector Voltmeter to measure the impulse response of an RLC circuit, as graphed below, in your 2008 Circuitous Laboratory, i.e., you measured h ( t ) = Me ! at cos( " t ! # ) u ( t ) volts, for the RLC circuit also shown below. (a) Given that L M cos( ! t " ) u ( t ) { } = M cos( ) s + sin( ) s 2 + 2 , use the appropriate Lapalce transform property (table 13.2) to obtain the Laplace transform of h ( t ) = Me ! at cos( t ! ) u
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