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Ben Krueger, office B147, [email protected]
Exam: Thereʼs one exam on Thursday May 12. It will cover the digital
circuits up to that point. Thereʼs no final exam.
Homework: Problems will occasionally be assigned on Tuesdays
and are due the next Tuesday in lecture. Not all problems will be
graded. Late policy: A late homework is assigned zero points.
Although homework isn't weighted very strongly for your grade, let me
caution you: We've found that if you take the time to understand the
homework, you'll do well on exams and labs. Conversely, those that
don't do the homework or do it poorly tend to do much worse on
exams and labs. So, do take the homework seriously, turn in work
you're proud of, and if there's something on the homework that you
don't understand, please talk to me.
Labs: Especially for the microcontroller labs nearer the end of the
quarter, each lab builds on the previous lab, so youʼll have to keep
up. We therefore strongly recommend you read and understand the
Make-up labs: Make every effort to attend your weekly lab. If you
cannot, then by arrangement with your TA and the other lab TA, you
can make up your lab in another lab se...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PHYSICS 335 taught by Professor Leslierosenberg during the Spring '11 term at University of Washington.
- Spring '11