ECET 305 Week 2 Homework

ECET 305 Week 2 Homework - e t = 8sin ω t for t> 0...

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ECET 305 Homework – Week 2 1. (TCO 1) Use a trigonometric identity to determine the Laplace transform of  f ( t ) for  (Points : 8) None of the above; see Problem Work. 2. (TCO 1) The following differential equation should be solved using partial fraction expansion under the  initial conditions that are given: (Points : 8) None of the above; see Problem Work. 3. (TCO 1) This is an example of a forcing function with two ‘steps’. Use the Heaviside step function  approach to determine  L { f ( t ) for  t  >  0.   (Points : 8)
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None of the above; see Problem Work. 4. (TCO 1) For the following circuit, the input function is 
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Unformatted text preview: e ( t ) = 8sin( ω t ) for t > 0. Resistors R1 and R2 are both 1 kohms. Find the voltage v 2( t ). (Points : 8) None of the above; see Problem Work. 5. (TCO 1) The unit impulse function is not physically realizable. In fact, it is not a normal mathematical function at all. So, why is the unit impulse function of interest to engineers? Type as much of your answer as possible in the space below. If you need to reference your Problem Work for this assessment, type ‘See Problem Work’ at that point in your answer. (Points : 8)...
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ECET 305 Week 2 Homework - e t = 8sin ω t for t> 0...

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