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Unformatted text preview: University of Florida EEL 3701 Fall 1996 Dr. Eric M. Schwartz Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 2 October 1996 Professor in ECE Exam #1 24-Aug-99 1:28 PM Page 1/8 ______________ , __________ Last Name , First Name fpInstructions: • Show all work on the front of the test papers. If you need more room, make a clearly indicated note on the front of the page, "MORE ON BACK", and use the back. The back of the page will not be graded without an indication on the front. • You may not use any notes, HW, labs, other books, or calculators. • You must pledge and sign this page in order for a grade to be assigned. • This exam counts for at least 20%. of your total grade (13.3% if you fail to take one of the 3 exams). • Put your name at the top of each test page and be sure your exam consists of 8 distinct pages. • Read each question carefully and follow the instructions . • Boolean expression answers must be in lexical order . PLEDGE: On my honor as a University of Florida student, I certify that I have neither given nor received any aid on this examination, nor I have seen anyone else do so. ______________________ ________________________________ ___________ PRINT YOUR NAME SIGN YOUR NAME DATE COMMENTS, FEEDBACK, or any special instructions for the professor: Page Available Points 1 2 7 3 14 4 10 5 25 6 15 7 16 8 12 TOTAL 100 Good luck! University of Florida EEL 3701 Fall 1996 Dr. Eric M. Schwartz Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 2 October 1996 Professor in ECE Exam #1 24-Aug-99 1:28 PM Page 2/8 ______________ , __________ Last Name , First Name [7%] 1. Your beloved uncle’s favorite number is 37. You therefore decide to make him a box to contain his birthday present for his 37 th birthday. The important thing is not what is in the box, but the box itself. Since Uncle Henry is an eccentric math professor, you decide to use your new knowledge of number systems to create a box lock using only the number 37 in the combination. The trick is to use varying representations of this number....
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