Physics 262
Homework #1
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Before doing this weeks homework, I encourage you to review some concepts from Physics 262. Make sure that you can do the following exercises
from H&H: 1.1, 1.2
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Homework #5
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1. For the plots in this problem, free to use any sort of graphing application, or draw neatly by hand.
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Homework #4
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1. Design an active high pass lter that minimizes the distortion of waveforms with frequency greater tha
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Homework #3
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1. Design an example circuit with only passive components (L, R, C) to
deomonstrate that it is possible
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Homework #2
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1. Design a passive RC low pass lter with cuto frequency f1 = =
2
20 kHz. We will call this lter 1. Ca
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Homework #6
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1. H&H exercise 1.27 (p.46).
2. The circuit pictured below is designed to draw a nearly constant current
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Homework #7
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1. Complete the table by performing the appropriate conversions.
Binary
11100
10101
Hex
1C
Decimal
28
AC
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Homework #11
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Read the safety label on the laser that we will be using for the laser light
show, and then answer the following questions.
1. What class is the laser? What is
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Homework #10
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In class, we saw that diode bias (left side of each gure, below) can
eliminate crossover distortion in a push-pull amplier. Unfortunately, this
circuit loads t
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Homework #9
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In error analysis, we distinguish between systematic and random error.
Systematic error is predictable, the same every time. If a measurement of
some quantity x
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Homework #8
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below is the circuit for a d-type ip-op, also called a latch. It has a single
data line, D, the value of