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EGR 3323, Homework #1, Due Friday, September 4, 2009
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29 45 0
1. Let A = 18 28 0 .
0
03
(a) Find all the eigenvalues
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EGR 3323, Homework #2, Due Friday, September 11, 2009
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1. Consider the set of linear, homogeneous, constantcoecient,
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EGR 3323, Homework #3, Due Friday, September 18, 2009
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5
1. A force f1 = 10 is acting on an object that is displaced
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EGR 3323, Homework #4, Due Friday, September 25, 2009
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1. Find a parametric representation r(t) of the straight line
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EGR 3323, Homework #5, Due Friday, October 2, 2009
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1. Let a scalar function be dened as
100
f (r ) =
2
2
2
(x 2) + (
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EGR 3323, Homework #6, Due Friday, October 9, 2009
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by
3z
2 cos(t)
and path C as r(t) = 2 sin(t) for 0 t 4 .
4z
1. Den
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EGR 3323, Homework #7, Due Friday, October 16, 2009
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3yz
1. (a) Prove F (r) = 3xz + 2yz 2 is a conservative eld (and
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EGR 3323, CORRECTED Homework #8, Due Friday, October 23, 2009
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Correction is to problem 4.
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x2 /
1. Consider the regio
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EGR 3323, MODIFIED Homework #9, Due Friday, October 30, 2009
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(The modication gives desired direction of normal vector in problem 4.)
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3u
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EGR 3323, Homework #9, Due Friday, November 6, 2009
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1. Dene a volume T = cfw_(x2 /9) + (y 2 /4) + (z 2 /16) 1, 4 z 2. (This is a ellipso
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EGR 3323, Homework #11, Due Friday, November 13, 2009
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1. (a) Find the fundamental period p and corresponding of 12 sin(3x). Recall = 2f
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EGR 3323, Homework #12, Due Friday, November 20, 2009
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1. Are the following functions even, odd, or neither?
(a) sin(3x)
(b) 1 + sin(3x)
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EGR 3323, Homework #13, Due Wednesday, December 2, 2009
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1. Use the results from section 12.3 to nd a solution u(x, t) to the wave equati
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EGR 3323, Homework #13, Due Friday, December 5
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1. (a) Use the same set up as Section 12.5, problem 5 except make the following changes:
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EGR 3323, UNGRADED Practice Homework #14
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Practice problems:
1. (a) Solve the 1D Heat Equation for temperature prole u(x, t) given a
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Differential Amplifiers
Differential amplifiers are so well suited for IC
fabrication.
The performance depends critically on the matching
between the two sides of the circuits.
Differential amplifiers utilize more component than
singleended c
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Frequency Response
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Frequency Response
sDomain Anaysis
Find the voltage transfer function for the STC (singletimeconst.) network
R R, C
1
, L sL ,
sC
V ( s)
T ( s) O
V ( s)
I
1
R 
V ( s)
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Chapter 8
IntegratedCircuit Amplifiers
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IntegratedCircuit Amplifiers
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IntegratedCircuit Amplifiers
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IntegratedCircuit Amplifiers
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