ENEE 204 Second Examination. Wednesday April 20, 2011. 11:00 12:15.
Answer 6 questions. If more than 6 are answered best 6 will count.
NO CALCULATORS OR NOTES ARE PERMITTED
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Final Examination
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ENEE 322
EXAM 2
Note: 25 points for each problem
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October 14, 2013
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This exam has 10 double-sided pages (including this one); make sure you have them all
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Exam #1 SOLUTIONS ENEE 313, Spring 2007
(Horiuchi)
Date: 2/28/07
Duration: 50 minutes
The 5 continuity equations:
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ENEE 324 FALL 2097 The joint density of X and Y is given by
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You may use the textbook and a calculator, but not any other printed or electronic
resources.
Probiem I (10 points)
A semicircular wire, or radius b, carries a current I. It lies on the X-y piane with its center
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Saturday, May 18, 10:30-12:30pm
ANSWER 4 QSESTIONS
If more than 4 questions are answered test 4 will count
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ENEE 245 Fall 2012
Final Exam
ENEE 245 Fall 2012 Final Exam
Name: _
1. When measuring a signal from the FPGA board with a Digital Logic Analyzer (Logic Port), which signal
is not required to be connected to the DLA?
(a) Ground
(b) Vcc
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ENEE 324 FIRST EXAMINATION: ADDITIONAL SAMPLE PROBLEMS
PROBLEM 1
Two random numbers, 1 and 2 , are selected from the unit interval [0, 1]. A uniform probability
law over the sample space = [0, 1]2 may be assumed.
(i) Sketch the events
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ENEE 380 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
Second Examination, Monday, November 8, 1999. 10:00 - 16:50 am
Closed Book, Closed Notes
ANSWER THREE cfw_3) QUESTIONS ~ IF MORE THAN THREE ARE ANSWERED,
BEST THREE JILL COUNT
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Fall 2008 Sample Test
(4 of the 5 problems would be a nice test)
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Electromagnetic Theory
Do not ip open the exam until instructed to do
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Exam 1
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Show all work. Give some reason or justication for each answer. Graphing
calculators are not allowed.
[20] 1. Solve the initial value problem. Determine where the solution is valid.
, sin :3
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Univ. Of Maryland at College Park, ECE Department
ENEE324
Fall 2002 Instructor: Masoud Olfat
Exam #: 3
Name:
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Covered material: Multiple random variable, Conditional pdfs, conditional expectation, Random signal processing,
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Math 246 Exam 1, Spring 2008
Calculators are allowed.
Pledge: I pledge my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized
assistance on this examination.
1.(20 pts).Solve ty 0 + y = t2 with initial conditions y(1) = 1. Please make sure
your answe

ENEE324-03: Engineering Probability
Midterm Examination
March 4, 2004
Maximum 50 points
Barg
Solve all four problems. Please be precise and rigorous in your statemens, and show all
your calculations. Please write neatly and legibly.
This is a closed boo

ENEE244 (sec 101-103) Fall 2010
Midterm Examination I Pages: 5 printed sides
Name: _ Time alloted: 75 minutes.
Student ID: _ Maximum score: 60 points
Closed book, closed notes, no calculators.
University rules dictate strict penalties for any form of acad

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Math 246 M.Jakobson
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March 29, 2011
1. (20pts) Find the inverse Fourier transform of the function F:RR
1
s
F ( s ) sinc
2
2
sin(s)
where sinc(s) s
1
2
s0
s0
2. (20pts) A 1-periodic function on R having the Fourier series
takes the values
1 if 0 x

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ENEE 244 AHaas
Digital Logic Design Spring 2005
MidnTerm Examination II
Please make sure you anmer of? the questions, and circle allyournaf answers!
Question 1

ENEE 322: Signal and System Theory
Spring 2013
Exam 02 Solution
Wed. April 24, 2013
University of Maryland, College Park
Rules:
You have 75 minutes to complete 4 problems. Budget your time so that you can attempt
every problem.
The exam is CLOSED book.

ENEE 204 Second Examination
April 27', 2006, 9:30am - 10:45am
ANSWER SIX (6) QUESTIONS.
If more than 6 questions are answered best 6 will count
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ON THE PAGES PROVIDED
NO CALCULATORS OR NOTES ARE PERMITTED
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Exam #2
Fall 07
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ENEE 324 FALL 2007
SECOND EXAMINATION
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.)
The pdf of random variable X is shown below.
(i) (4 pts.) Determine the height c.
(ii) (6 pts.) Sketch the cdf FX(a:), showing all details.
(iii) (5

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ENEE 204 FaIl 2009
NAME:
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Instructions:
Write your name on all sheets in section provided
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29 June 2005, 11:00-12:20 P.M.
Note 1. If you perceive any ambiguity in any of the questions, state your assumptions
explicitly.
Note 2. All work on this exam is to be wholly your own. Consulting (or copying) from
other

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Read through all of the questions before starting to solve. The question
texts might be long, but the answers are usually short. Leave the bonus
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ENEE324: Miterm #1
Spring 2004
PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWERS THOROUGHLY
1. True or False:
(a) Two events A and B are independent if P (A B) = 1. (15 pts)
Ans: Suppose that we toss a fair coin and let A = cfw_Head and B = cfw_T ail. Then,
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Please answer each numbered question on a different answer sheet. Make sure your name and
the appropriate problem number appear on each answer sheet. You only need to sign the pledge
on the first answer sheet. Show all work and

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Midterm Exam October 22nd
Make sure you answer all the questions. Some of them have multiple parts.
1. Crystal structure and the reciprocal lattice
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MID-TERM 1 SOLUTIONS
I1a. At high frequencies, the coupling capacitor acts like a short circuit and were left
with Rs in series with the parallel combination of R and C . The magnitude of the
transfer function for this low pass filter is:
|T ()| = Abs
(1)