HW6b - nor pressure students to take an examination on a...

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18-220 Fall 2008 ________________________________________________________________________ HW SET #6 (DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS, OCT 20) ________________________________________________________________________ Reading : Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 5 to pg. 73. Note: All submitted homework must include your full name, first name first, last name last; lab section; and recitation section if different from your lab section, printed in the upper right-hand corner. Problems: Chapter 5: problems 6, 8, 11, and 15. Note: There is a misprint in Problem 11, the source voltage should read v S ( t ) = t · u ( t ) volts. Announcement concerning the final exam: The final exam date has been posted (http://www.cmu.edu/hub/current-finals.pdf): Mon. December 15 08:30a.m.-11:30a.m. Please note the following university policies concerning final exams: Instructors shall never exert or submit to pressures to move an examination so that people can leave earlier
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Unformatted text preview: nor pressure students to take an examination on a reading day or weekend preceding examinations. No student is required to take more than two scheduled examinations that start within a 25-hour period. A student who has more than two examinations scheduled within a 25-hour period or has two examinations scheduled at the same time should first contact the instructors of the courses for assistance in resolving conflicts. If the problem cannot be resolved by that means, the student should contact the associate dean of his or her home college. If you have more than the allowable number of exams scheduled on Dec. 15, contact me as soon as possible (but in no case later than Nov. 25). If this occurs the instructors involved will work out an accomodation....
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