stion :
(TCO 1) Which one is used for boot-up when the power is turned on?
Student Answer:
INCORRECT
CORRECT
SRAM
Flash ROM
DRAM
All of the above
Instructor Explanation: pages 16-17, Course Textbook
Points Received:
0 of 3
Comments:
Question 2.
Question :

ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #5
Name of Student _
1. Using z-transform tables (page 776 of text or equivalent), find the z-transform of
0.1
( n)u ( n )(0.5n1 ) u ( n1 )
x ( n )=2
(a)
x(z) = 2*z/(z-0.1) - z^-1*(z/(z+0.5)
x(z) = 2z/(z-0.1) - 1/(z+0

Page 252, problem 1-5
1. Indicate what data type you would use for the following variables:
(a) The temperature
Float
(b) The number of days in a week
Short
(c) The number of days in a year Short
(d) The number of months in a year
Short
(e) The counter to

ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #2
Name of Student _
1. Redraw the following schematics with the impedance of each of the element shown in
Laplace domain. Then determine the overall impedance of the entire circuit between the
two ends of the shown ci

ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #2
Page 1
DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #2
Experimental observation of aliasing
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to observe the effect

ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #7
Name of Student _
1. A sine wave of 60 Hz, amplitude of 117 V, and initial phase of zero (or 117 sin(2*60t) is full
wave rectified and sampled at 2,048 samples per second after full wave rectification. Research
the

Page 252, problem 1-5
1. Indicate what data type you would use for the following variables:
(a) The temperature
Float
(b) The number of days in a week
Short
(c) The number of days in a year Short
(d) The number of months in a year
Short
(e) The counter to

1.
Question :
Convert the following binary numbers to Hexadecimal.
I. 10010011
II. 10110111
Student Answer:
10010011=93 10010011=93
Instructor Explanation: I. $93
II. $B7
Points Received:
2 of 4
Comments:
Question 2.
Question :
Find the 2s complement of t

ECET345 Signals and Systems
Homework #4
Name of Student _
1. A shiny metal disk with a dark spot on it, as shown in figure below, is rotating clockwise at 100
revolutions/second in a dark room. A human observer uses a strobe that flashes 99
times/second t

ECET 345 Homework Week 1
With regards to eating admirably, feast arranging is one of the most effortless things you can do
to set yourself up for achievement. The magnificence of it arrives are no principles and, you
can't generally botch it up. My main a

COMP122
Week 5 Homework
Complete the following problems.
1. Determine the value of the following expressions.
a. toupper('b')= B
b. tolower('C')= c
c. pow(3.0,3.0)= 3^3 is 27.0
d. sqrt(81.0)= 9
e. fabs(-1.23)=|1.23|
f. floor(22.46)=22.0
g. ceil(33.3)=34 y

Question #1 in Chapter Three
What are the advantages and disadvantages of anonymous voting in screening opportunities?
The aim is not to pick the single best opportunity. Given many opportunities to be screened, the process
must be relatively efficient, e

ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #14
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DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #14
Z-Domain Analysis of Discrete Systems
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to perform z domain

ECET345 Signals and SystemsLab #13
Page 1
DeVry University
ECET345 Signals and Systems
Name of Student _
Class Room Activity #13
Convolution of signals
Objective of the lab experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to demonstrate how the convolution

ECET345 Signals and Systems
Home Work #3
Name of Student _
1. The transfer function of a circuit is given by
H ( s )=
2 s+ 4
2
4 s +2 s +2
.
a. Express the transfer function in a form in which the coefficients of the highest power of s are
unity in both n