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# hw01su08 - GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL of...

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Unformatted text preview: GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL of ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER ENGINEERING ECE 2025 Spring 2008 Problem Set #1 Assigned: Week of 19-May-07 Due Date: 28-May-08 (in lecture) The web site for the course uses T-square: t-square.gatech.edu Please check the T-square ECE2025 “Announcements” daily. All official course announcements will be posted there. ALL of the STARRED problems should be turned in for grading. Some of the problems may be similar to problems given on the CD-ROM (most of which have solutions problems.) After this assignment is handed in by everyone, a solution to all the starred problems will be posted to the web. Your homework will generally be due in recitation at the beginning of class; however, to avoid the Memorial Day holiday, this first homework will be due at the start of lecture on May 28. After the beginning of lecture, the homework is considered late and will be given a zero. A complex number is just an ordered pair of real numbers. Several different mathematical notations can be used to represent complex numbers. In rectangular form we will use all of the following notations: z = ( x,y ) = x + jy where j = √ − 1 = ℜ e { z } + j ℑ m { z } Note that i = √ − 1 in most math courses. The pair ( x,y ) can be drawn as a vector, such that x is the horizontal coordinate and y the vertical coordinate in a two-dimensional space. Addition of complex numbers is the same as vector addition; i.e., add the real parts and add the imaginary parts....
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