hw6 - EE 100\/42 Issued Due Homework 6 Spring 2011 Friday March 4 2011 Friday by 4pm in 240 Cory Remember to print the homework cover sheet from the

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EE 100/42 Homework 6 Spring 2011 Issued : Friday, March 4, 2011 Due : Friday, March 11, 2011 by 4pm in 240 Cory Remember to print the homework cover sheet from the course website, fill it in (name, lab section, etc) and staple your solution to it. All problems refer to the 5th edition of Hambley. However, numbers may differ from those in the book, so be sure to use the ones provided. You must submit the homework problems. Discussion problems will be reviewed during section and are provided for your convenience. Reading Assignment Appendix A Chapter 5.1-4, 6.1-2 Homework Problems Appendix A: 1, 5, 7 (will be graded as one problem) Chapter 4: 42 Chapter 5: 16, 30 Problem α (not in the book) Discussion Problems Do not turn these problems in. The GSIs will go over some of these during section. Chapter 3: 67, 68 Chapter 4: 40 Chapter 5: 18, 31 Problem β (not in the book)
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Unformatted text preview: Pα. Consider the following circuit. If the voltage at Vi is fed the given signal (note that time is given in ms ), what would be the corresponding waveform at Vo? Sketch it as accurately as possible; you may find it helpful to graph it on top of the provided plot for Vi. Be sure to label all axes and key numerical values, particularly limits and break points in the output signal. Hint: Think time constant. 2 4 6 8 10 ms 5 10 15 20 V Discussion Problems Pβ. Consider the following circuit. If the voltage at Vi is fed the given signal (note that time is given in ms ), what would be the corresponding waveform at Vo? Sketch it as accurately as possible; you may find it helpful to graph it on top of the provided plot for Vi. Be sure to label all axes and key numerical values, particularly limits and break points in the output signal. 2 4 6 8 10 ms 5 10 15 20 V...
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