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MEMO TO: ECE 4175 students Sept. 18, 2009 FROM: John Peatman SUBJECT: First quiz on Wednesday, Sept. 23 Open book, open notes. Ben Wallingford, Mike Pribble, and Jeremy Adelsgruber will hold a review session in our classroom, C241, on Monday from 6:00-7:30 PM. Also, review the first quiz (and perhaps the final exams) from the last two semesters, available from the piclab website. While the sequencing of topics in the course changes from semester to semester (driven by the lab projects), at the very least you will get an idea of the kinds of questions I ask. Both the 9:00 class and the 10:00 class will be taking the same quiz. If you take the quiz at 9:00, do not talk about the quiz or otherwise divulge information about the quiz as you leave. If you are in the 10:00 class, do not press the 9:00 students with questions about the quiz. Thanks! I plan to begin each quiz at 3 minutes after the hour (i.e., 9:03 and 10:03) and end at 3 minutes before the hour (i.e., 9:57 and 10:57) unless someone comes to me no later than Monday to raise an objection. OK? 1. Bring a printed copy of the textbook (either the Lulu print-on-demand copy or the free computer center printout). Do not plan on being able to refer to the book on your notebook computer. 2. Be sure to bring your source files for all of the projects. You will need to print out the source files for each of your team, regardless of who has the folder that you turned in. I will assume that you are familiar with the kinds of things that arise on each of the projects up through Project Five. Complete enough of
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