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Unformatted text preview: CSE 3451: Signals and Systems
Mid—term Examination Nov 3rd, 2009 (1:00 — 2:20) W _  l . 1‘
Time Allowed: 1 hour 20 minutes Jn V SC; (bf/70 n ' Last Name: First Name: Student Number (York ID): ___________________________ York Computer Science (CS) Email address: cs INSTRUCTIONS 1. This is an 80 minutes, Close Book test. One letter size crib sheet (8 1/2” x 11”) and a nonprogrammable
calculator may be used, but no other material will be allowed including any blank pap er. 2. Write your name, student number, email address and section on your test paper in the space provided
above. Don’t turn this page until you are instructed to do so. 3. Use the test booklet for all your work (including scratch work) and you may use the back of pages. Do
not tear out pages. Hand in the test booklet at the end of the examination. 4. Solve all problems. Make sure you number the solution parts according to the problem. You should show
your work and explain clearly what you are doing. Answers without explanation or shown work, where
appropriate, will receive low or zero points. 5. Keep your York photo ID (or other acceptable photo ID) on the desk in front of you so that the instructor
may inspect it without disturbing you. 6. No questions are allowed during the exam. Good luck! —
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