HE2sp13 - Professors Schmitz Haken and Minin ECE 110 Hour...

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Page 1 of 17 Professors Schmitz, Haken, and Minin ECE 110 March 11, 2013 Hour Examination #2 1) Write your official: Last Name (use capital letters):_________________________________ First Name (use capital letters):_________________________________ NetID:_____________________________________________________ UIN:_______________________________________________________ 2) Fill in the Orange bubble sheet with all the information requested: a. LAST NAME, FIRST INITIAL example : SCHMITZ C b. STUDENT NUMBER (UIN) example : 678912345 c. SECTION (AL1 9am enter 111 , AL2 1pm enter 222 , AL3 3pm enter 333 ) d. NETWORK ID (NetID) example : cdschmit e. Also, fill out the hand-written center of the sheet with course, instructor, section and your signature. DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD A. Write or print clearly in this exam booklet for your own benefit. Circle the correct answer within the exam booklet and then mark it on the orange bubble sheet. You may not argue for points because you marked one answer in the exam and another on the bubble sheet, so be careful when marking your answers. B. All problems are equally weighted. C. Your grade will be determined based on the answers submitted on your bubble sheet. Submit both the bubble sheet AND the complete exam booklet . Students caught cheating on this exam will earn a grade of F for the entire course. Other penalties may include suspension and /or dismissal from the university. I have read and acknowledge the above statements. Furthermore, I promise not to give or receive help on this or any other exam.
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