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EE2173 Homework 1 Due 10 p.m. Wednesday 10 September in Box 60, 7 th floor, EERC 30 points Directions: 1. Print your name with your last name IN CAPITAL LETTERS in the upper right hand corner of each page. 2. Put Homework 1 and the due date in the upper right hand corner of page 1. 3. DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ANYWHERE ELSE ON YOUR HOMEWORK. 4. Work the problems in order. 5. Staple or paper clip your solutions in the upper left hand corner (if more than one page). 6. You may have points deducted for not following directions. 7. We will preview this homework Monday and Tuesday mornings. Problems: 1. Arrange the list of reasons to favor digital circuits on pages 5 and 6 of Wakerly in the order of importance as you perceive it.

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Unformatted text preview: 2. Determine from the web the current state of the art for speed and density of multi-chip modules. Give the URL of your source(s). 3. Which of the digital design levels of section 1.10 of Wakerly most interests you and why? 4. 1.5, p. 23, Wakerly 5. Convert the following binary numbers into decimal, octal and hexadecimal. a. 11000011 b. 10111000 c. 111111111111 d. 1000000001 e. 100100100 f. 100010001000 6. Convert the following decimal numbers into binary, octal and hexadecimal. a. 231 b. 511 c. 512 d. 160 e. 999 f. 1023 7. 2.7, page 75, Wakerly 8. 2.8, page 75, Wakerly 9. Analyze the logic circuit below. Show output of each gate and a truth table...
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