M362K
Sample Test 1A
Dr. Gary Berg
All problems are worth ten points. Do ten of the twelve problems. Show your work. 1) a) How many ways can ten workers be assigned to ten distinct jobs?
b) How many ways can ten workers be assigned to six jobs, each requi
Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE411L: Digital Signal Processing Lab
Fall 2016
Course Catalog Description
This lab course is designed to supplement the theory course EE411: Digital Signal Processing. The students will learn how to visualize/impl
Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE411: Digital Signal Processing
Spring 2016
Course Catalog Description
Digital signal processing is a major field in the current era of engineering, with applications ranging from mobile and wireless communication
Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE 511 Advanced Digital Signal Processing
Fall 2014-2015
Instructor
Room No.
Office Hours
Email
Telephone
Secretary/TA
TA Office Hours
Course URL (if any)
Waqas Majeed
9-311A
TBA
waqas.majeed@lums.edu.pk
TBA
TBA
Co
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M 362K Exam 4
May 11, 2012
Instructor: James Pascale
Problem Possible Actual
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2
20
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20
5
20
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20
7
20
8
20
9
20
10
20
Total
Do all work on these sheets.
20
3
INSTRUCTIONS:
20
200
Show all work.
No books, calculators, or other electronic de
NAME:
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M 362K Exam 3
April 20, 2012
Instructor: James Pascale
Problem Possible Actual
INSTRUCTIONS:
1
2
20
3
25
4
20
5
20
Total
Do all work on these sheets.
15
100
Show all work.
No books, calculators, or other electronic devices.
One two-sided 8.
NAME:
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M 362K Exam 2
March 23, 2012
Instructor: James Pascale
INSTRUCTIONS:
Problem Possible Actual
Do all work on these sheets.
Show all work.
1
20
No books, calculators, or other electronic devices.
2
20
3
20
4
25
5
15
Total
100
One two-sided 8.
NAME:
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M 362K Exam 1
February 17, 2012
Instructor: James Pascale
Problem Possible Actual
1
2
15
4
15
5
20
6
20
Total
Do all work on these sheets.
15
3
INSTRUCTIONS:
15
100
Show all work.
No books, notes, calculators, or other
electronic devices.
A
Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE411L: Digital Signal Processing Lab
Spring 2015
Course Catalog Description
This lab course is designed to supplement the theory course EE411: Digital Signal Processing. The students will learn how to visualize/im
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Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE411: Digital Signal Processing
Fall 2016
Course Catalog Description
Digital signal processing is a major field in the current era of engineering, with applications ranging from mobile and wireless communication,
Lahore University of Management Sciences
EE411: Digital Signal Processing
Spring 2015
Course Catalog Description
Digital signal processing is a major field in the current era of engineering, with applications ranging from mobile and wireless communication
Chapter 1 Combinatorial Analysis Permutations are arrangements of objects that are indistinguishable. The number of permutations of n objects is n!. n! The number of permutations of n objects take r at a time is n Pr = ( n r )! The number of permutations