University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 1
Solutions (Rev B, 2/5/2012)
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1. To nd the amount of ch

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 9
Solutions
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1. From the truth table, we obtain the foll

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 8
Solutions
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1. (a) In decimal, we have B5216 = 11 162 +

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 7
Solutions
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1. The op amp circuit is a form of a non-in

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 6
Solutions
Please note that these are merely suggested solutions. Many of these problems can be
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1. (a) First we note that we simply have th

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 5
Solutions
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1. (a) No. v (t) is continuous, as v (0) =

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 4
Solutions
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1. (a) Notice that the rst op amp is simply

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 3
Solutions
Please note that these are merely suggested solutions. Many of these problems can be
approached in dierent ways.
1. The dependent voltage source is oating,

University of California, Berkeley
EE 42/100
Spring 2012
Prof. A. Niknejad
Problem Set 2
Solutions
Please note that these are merely suggested solutions. Many of these problems can be
approached in dierent ways.
1. In problems like this, you may nd it hel

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