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ExamI-ENME350-Fall2009-Solutions

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Last Name: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK Department of Mechanical Engineering ENME 350 - Electronics and Instrumentation I - Dr. Hassouneh FIRST EXAMINATION Monday, October 12, 2009 Name: 5u1c SID: Rules and Information: The exam is closed-book, closed-notes. Calculators are allowed but you are not allowed to share calculators. No credit will be given for multiple different answers to the same question. Make sure you answer all questions. Double check your answers before turning in your paper. “I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this examination.” Please write the exact wording of the Pledge, followed by your signature, in the space below: Pledge: Your Signature: Øod fact Page 1 of 8 / ‘I

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Last Name: ‘1 (e)r 1 =6V L)t- !1 Problem 2 [5 points] Consider the circuit of Figure 1. The value of , is (a) V 2 =OV (b) l2 = 1 V (c) V 2 =2V (e) V 2 =6V V2- Problem 1 [5 points] Consider the circuit of Figure 1. The value of is i c (a) i=OV (b) ‘‘ = 1 V (d) i’=4V 12V 2 6V Figure 1 Problem 3 [5 points] Consider the circuit of Figure 1. The value of i’ is 1AS vL (a) l’k=OV (b) v=6V (c) i’=12V =1oV (e) v=l6V ‘V Øodft Page 2 of 8
Last Name: Problem 5 [5 points] Consider the circuit shown in Figure 3, The value of the current i is lJJ(..k cJL I—c -

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