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1. One 8.5x11” note sheet allowed. No other information aids allowed.
A formulae sheet is provided on the back of this exam and can be removed if desired. No
other pages should be removed.
DO NOT UNSTAPLE THE PAGES OF THIS EXAM.
TURN IN ALL PAGES EXCEPT THE FORMULAE SHEET.
Calculators Needed and Allowed
Work to be done in Exam booklet.
DO NOT WRITE ON THE BACK OF PAGES. Erased or crossedout work will not be
graded. Exam given under CoE Honor Code
Show your work and brieﬂy explain major steps to maximize partial credit. (ex: i3=i1+i2 , node A, KCL). NO CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN IF NO WORK IS SHOWN.
10. WRITE YOUR FINAL ANSWERS IN THE AREAS PROVIDED E" HQMPP p90 Sign the College of Engineering Honor Code Below (NO credit will be given for the exam
without a signed pledge): I have neither given nor received aid on this examination. Signed: Do not write on this page below this line — Instructional Staff Use Only! Problem 1
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