ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 10 Solution
Every question has 1 A-credit which adds up to the total of 6 A-credits for this homework. Questions 2, 4
and 5 have 10 B-
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 3 Solutions
1. A radio spectrum map (published by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce) can be found at:
http:/www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 3
Due: Friday, September 27 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 2
Problems:
1. List the truth table of the functions: (a) F = xy +
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 4
Due: Friday, October 4 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes and Textbook Chapter 3
1. Simplify the following expression
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 2 Solutions
1. Transducers include thermostats, which convert heat (temperature) to electrical
signals; potentiometers (position sensors) that conv
ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 4
Due date: 10/9/15 at beginning of lecture
Please submit your answers on letter size paper. If you use multiple pages, please staple
ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 1
Due date: 9/18/15 at beginning of lecture
Please submit your answers on letter size paper. If you use multiple pages, please staple
Question 1)
a:
1- NFM Solar Power LLC:
address:
100 Millers Falls Rd.
Northfield, MA 01360
United States
Power generation rate: 1.9 MW
The reason behind building the plant in this location is that the
Jake Osborne
4/28/2017
Homework #6
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1.
employee
office
worker
Vice
Manager
President
Owner
shop
Technician Engineer
worker
Employee class would have a constructor that created an em
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3/31/2017
ECE 122 Homework 4
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1. The new operator is necessary in arrays declarations when you want a fixed amount of
space in the array and dont declare the length of
Jake Osborne
1/31/2017
ECE 122
Homework #1
1.
A Java interpreter is a language converter and executer that allows the universal code to be read
and used by any type of machine. It is necessary for usi
1. +*+*The output of the code is ECE 122
2.
(int)Math.pow(Math.abs(double1*double2),5)
3. A reference is an address to where things are stored in memory. Primitive type data is typically
things such a
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 7 Solutions
1. The block diagram is shown below. The temperature setting is the input. The room
temperature is the output. We can view
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 9 Solutions
1. There are many factors that contribute to the high cost of medical imaging systems,
including:
The complexity of sensing
ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 6 Solution
Due date: 10/23/15 at beginning of lecture
Every question has 1 A-credit which adds up to the total of 6 A-credits for this
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 2
Due: Friday, September 20 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1 & Chapter 2
Problems:
1. Obtain the 1s and 2s complements of the
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 3
Due: Friday, September 27 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 2
Problems:
1. List the truth table of the functions: (a) F = xy +
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 4
Due: Friday, October 4 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes and Textbook Chapter 3
1. Simplify the following expression
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 5
Due: Friday, October 11 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes, Textbook Chapter 3 and Sections 4.1 - 4.5.
The following
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 1
Due: Friday, September 13 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1
Problems:
1. Answer the following questions:
(a) What is the larg
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 6
Due: Friday, October 25 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
Textbook, Sections 4.6-4.11
1. Design a 4-bit incrementer, a circuit that add
ENGIN 112 Midterm Exam 1
Fall 2012
Prof. Ciesielski and Prof. Vouvakis
Name:
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ID Number:
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Maximum
Question 1
15
Question 2
20
Question 3
15
Question 4
15
Question 5
15
Question 6
15
Questi
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 2
Due: Friday, September 20 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1 & Chapter 2
Problems:
1. Obtain the 1s and 2s complements of the
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 5
Due: Friday, October 11 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes, Textbook Chapter 3 and Sections 4.1 - 4.5.
The following
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 8
Due: Friday, November 8 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Sections 5.1 - 5.4
Problems:
1. A D latch is normally constructed from a SR l
Hw6
1.
2. In all the following cases, numbers are unsigned:
1) M = 0, means it is an adder:
S = 0001, C = 1, V = 1;
2) M = 1, it is a subtractor:
S = 0000, C = 1, V = 1;
3) M = 1
S = 1110, C=0, V=0;
4
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 1
Due: Friday, September 13 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1
Problems:
1. Answer the following questions:
(a) What is the larg