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NAME: EE/CE 3311 Electronic Circuits uiz #1 02/10/10 Allotted Time: 1 Hour 15 Minutes * This test is closed notes, closed HW (solutions) AND closed book. One one-sided sheet (letter size paper: 8.5” x 11”) of notes/formulae is allowed. Do not begin until instructed to do so. If you need more paper use the back of the pages and ask the instructor.
Be sure your name is on your test. Please show all your work to ensure getting full credit. Please underline or box answers where appropriate. Label answers with appropriate units.
* Good Luck! Useful numbers to be used unless specified otherwise: k= 1.38 x10"23 J/K, 1 eV = 1.6 x10‘19 J, Eg,Si = 1.12 eV [0 For Silicon, u.“ = 1350 cmz/(V.s), up = 480 cmZ/(Vs) I (1],; Z 7—: 3 00k): \- 0 q a; kw? .
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