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Fall 11 Quiz 1 - ECSE 334 McGILL UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION TO...

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ECSE 334 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONICS FALL 2011 McGILL UNIVERSITY QUIZ #1 PROF. K.D. WAGNER McGill University – Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECSE 334 – Introduction to Microelectronics Quiz #1 October 17, 2011, 11:35am -12:55pm NOTES: This is a closed-book Quiz worth 25% of your final grade. The Quiz consists of 3 multi-part questions and includes 5 double-sided pages, including this cover page. You are allowed 1 page of handwritten notes (double-sided) only. Weightings for questions are listed with each question. Answer all questions in the space provided on the Quiz. Do your preliminary work on your own notepads. Underline your answers. State any assumptions that you find necessary to complete your answers. No calculators are required. Write your NAME and STUDENT ID on this sheet and all other sheets of this Quiz. Name: ____________________________________________ Student ID: _________________ Question Mark 1 /40 2 /25 3 /35 Total /100
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ECSE 334 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONICS FALL 2011 McGILL UNIVERSITY QUIZ #1 PROF. K.D. WAGNER
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