EE 210
Exam # 1
Instructions: This examination is closed book, closed notes. By signing this document,
you are pledging to adhere to the honor system stating that all work performed here is
strictly your own effort. List all assumptions, show all work and
EE 300: Computational and Statistical
Methods for Electrical Engineers
October 31, 2008
San Diego State University
College of Engineering
San Diego State University
College of Engineering
San Diego State University
College of Engineering
San Diego State U
EE 300: Computational and Statistical
Methods for Electrical Engineers
October 29, 2008
San Diego State University
College of Engineering
Example P5.2:
When a car is stopped by a roving safety patrol, each tire is checked for
wear and tear and each headli
EE 210
Homework Set #8
Due November 19, 2008 (Wednesday) IN CLASS
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
P10.22
P10.27
P10.37
P10.43
P10.65 using node voltage analysis
P10.72 using mesh current analysis
P10.81
EE 210: Electrical Network (Circuit) Analysis I
Prerequisites: Math 151 and Physics 196
Instructor: Dr. Gordon K. Lee
Office:
E 410A
Office Hours: Tuesdays 9-10am and Wednesdays, 9-10am or by appointment (please see the
secretary in E426).
Text: Engineeri
BB 210: Quiz #2
Instructions: This examination is closed book, closed notes. By signing this document, you are
pledging to adhere to the honor system stating that all work performed here is strictly your own
effort. Place your answer on the line provided
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College of Engineering
MATLAB - Introduction
MATLAB, which is short for Matrix Laboratory, is an intuitive software
language and a technical computing environment that provides core
mathematics and advanced graphical tools f
San Diego State University
College of Engineering
Summary of
Circuit Basics
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College of Engineering
Definitions and Notations
Passive Convention:
+
v(t)
_
i(t)
Power absorbed by device
(voltage drop)
_
v(t)
+
i(t)
Power supplied
Discrete Random Variables:
(a) Binomial: S = cfw_ 0,1,2,n
E[X] = np V[X] = np(1-p)
X is the number of successes in n independent trials with probability of success p at each
trial
(b) Hyper-geometric: S = cfw_1,2,n
X is the number of successes in a sample
EE300 - Fall 2008 - Midterm # 2a Solutions
November 17, 2008
1.
Let t denote an interval of time in hours and let X denote the number of messages that
arrive at time t. Then X is indeed a Poisson discrete random variable with = 10t.
So P( X = 0) = 0.9 and
EE300 - Fall 2008 - Exam # 1 review
Sample spaces and events
1) (Section 2.1 Exercise # 3, Devore) Suppose that vehicles taking a particular freeway exit can
turn right (R), turn left (L), or go straight (S). Consider observing the direction for each of
t
Thu, Oct 16, 2008
E_E210-01-Fall2008:
Laboratory Experiment #2
Lab #2 will be conducted during the week of
October 20th. The lab report is due on
October 24th in class. There is also some
preparation work requiring an analytical part
(some calculations)
1. Basic Probability
P2.25: The major options of a certain type of new car are an automatic transmission (A), a
sunroof (B), and a stereo with a CD player (C). If 70% of all buyers request A, 80% request
B, 75% request C, 85% request A or B, 90% request A
EE 210
Laboratory #4
Lab is conducted in E 207 during the week of December1, 2008
Report is due in class on December 8, 2008
You should do analytical and circuit simulation parts prior to the experimental lab
We wish to analyze an operational amplifier ci
EE300 Spring 2009 - Exam # 1
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Signature_
Instructions: This examination is closed book, closed notes. By signing this document, you are
pledging to adhere to the honor system stating that all work performed here is strictly your own
effort. List all
EE 300: Exam #1
Solutions
Problem 1:
(a) P(A2 B) = P(B|A2) P(A2) = .21
(b) P(B) = P(A1 B) + P(A2 B) + P(A3 B) = .455
Problem 2:
a)
( ) = 424! = 10,626. The number of samples in
!20
24
4
The total number of samples possible is
which exactly one tank has
EE 210
Laboratory #3
Lab is conducted in E 207 during the week of November 10, 2008
Report is due in class on Monday November 17, 2008
You should do analytical and circuit simulation parts prior to the experimental lab
We wish to analyze an RC circuit: (a
EE300 - Fall 2008 - Midterm # 1 Solution2
Problem 1: Elementary probability theory
A certain system can experience three different types of defects. Let A i (i = 1,2,3) denote the
event that the system has a defect of type i. Suppose that P(A1) = 0.17, P(
EE 210
Computer and Experimental Lab #2
Due October 24, 2008 in class
The experimental part of this laboratory will take place in E 207 during the week of October 20 th
(please sign up for a time slot). You may work alone or you may work with AT MOST one