Laboratory Procedures
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences
OBJECTIVES
1. To construct a series circuit correctly and measure its equivalent resistance.
2.
To predict and verify electrical characteristics of a series circuit usi

Week 2 Homework Assignment
Chad Murias
ECET 110
Chapter 6
4) For each circuit board in Fig. 6.74, find the total resistance between connection tabs 1 and 2.
a)
From looking at the circuit
and not seeing the
connections on the back of
the circuit board, we

Laboratory Procedures
DeVry University
College of Engineering and Information Sciences
I.
OBJECTIVES
1.
To construct a series-parallel circuit correctly and measure its equivalent resistance.
2.
To predict and verify electrical characteristics of a series

Chapter 6: Problems 4, 10, 24, 32
4. For each circuit board in Fig. 6.74, find the total resistance between connection tabs 1 and 2.
Brown, Black, Red = 1000
Brown, Red, Red = 1200
1000
Brown, Red, Red = 1200
Brown, Black, Red =
Orange, Black, Brown = 300

Math 190
Final Exam Review
(TCO 1)
Be able to evaluate functions.
Identify the domain and range of functions.
Rewrite a verbal model using function notation.
(TCO 2)
Use synthetic division to find the roots, given one or none, for higher order polynomials

Chapter 7: Problems 1 (a, b, c), 2 (a, b), 3, 8, 10
1. Which elements (individual elements, not combinations of elements) of the networks in
Fig. 7.60 are in series? Which are in parallel? As a check on your assumptions, be sure
that the elements in serie

Week 1 Homework Assignment
Chad Murias
ECET 110
Chapter 3
44) Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network?
If, you apply a ohmmeter to a live network it would be meaningless, and it could damage
the instrument. When measuring the ohms in a circui

I.
OBJECTIVES
1.
To design a digital logic circuit using a truth table and sum-of-product (SOP)
formulation.
2.
To use the MultiSim program to simplify, convert to NAND gate
implementation, simulate, and test the circuit operation.
3.
To build and test th

Chapter 10: Problems 20, 26, 34, 48.
20.Repeat Problem 19 for R = 1 M, and compare the results.
19.For the circuit in Fig. 10.94, composed of standard values:
a. Determine the time constant of the circuit. .56Sec
b. Write the mathematical equation for the

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
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College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET110
Professor:
Laboratory Number: 1
LaboratoryTitle:AnalysisofaSeriesCircuitusingSimulationandActualConstruction
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Chapter 3: Problem 44
Why do you never apply an ohmmeter to a live network?
Safety, and you cannot measure resistance with
an ohmmeter on a "live" circuit!
Chapter 4: Problems 1, 2, 24, 25
What is the voltage across a 220 resistor if the current through i

ECET 100 Introduction to Engineering and Computer Technology
Homework Assignment #6
Name _Chad Murias
1. Draw a logic circuit that performs the following Boolean expression: .
2. Determine the Boolean expression for the circuit shown below.
The accompanyi

Laboratory Report Cover Sheet
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College of Engineering and Information Sciences
Course Number: ECET100
Professor:
Laboratory Number:
Laboratory Title: Logic Circuit Design, Simplification, Simulation, and Verification
Submittal Date:
Object

Solving Linear Systems by Using the Inverse
Suppose that we want to solve the equation
Ax = b.
If we multiply both sides of the equation on the left by A - 1, we get the following equations:
(2.11)
(Recall that I denotes the identity matrix.) Thus, to sol

Chapter 8
COMPLEX NUMBERS
AND POLAR
COORDINATES
8.1 Complex Numbers
8.2 Trigonometric Formlide 6-1
S for
8.1 Complex Numbers
i = 1
2
and
i = 1
i is the imaginary unit
Numbers in the form a + bi are called complex
numbers
a is the real part
b is the imagin

Posting Strategies for Mathematics Courses at DeVry Online
Mar-06
A General Note on Posting Patterns
What you really want to do in the threaded discussions is talk to each other rather than trying to
hold 20 or more one-on-one discussions with the instruc

Remainder Theorem
and Factor Theorem
Or: how to avoid Polynomial Long Division when finding factors
Do you remember doing division in Arithmetic?
"7 divided by 2 equals 3 with a remainder of 1"
Each part of the division has names:
Which can be rewritten a

Signs of the Trigonometric Functions
by M. Bourne
Angles greater than 90
We define the trigonometric functions for angles greater than 90 in
the following way:
By Pythagoras, r =
. Then the ratios are:
sin = y/r
cos = x/r
tan = y/x
csc = r/y
sec = r/x
cot

Sin, Cos and Tan of Sum and Difference of Two Angles
by M. Bourne
The sine of the sum and difference of two angles is as follows:
On this page.
Tan of Sum and Difference of Two Angles
sin( + ) = sin cos + cos sin
sin( ) = sin cos cos sin
The cosine of t

Modeling with
Exponential and
Logarithmic Functions
Exponential Growth and Decay Models
The mathematical model for exponential growth or decay is given by
f (t) = A0ekt or A = A0ekt.
If k > 0, the function models the amount or size of a growing entity .
A

Modeling with
Exponential and
Logarithmic Functions
Exponential Growth and Decay Models
The mathematical model for exponential growth or decay is given by
The
kt
kt
f (t) = A0ekt or A = A0ekt.
0
0
If k > 0, the function models the amount or size of a gro

Function Transformations
Let us start with a function, in this case it is f(x) = x2, but it could be anything:
f(x) = x2
Here are some simple things you can do to move or scale it on the graph:
You can move it up or down by adding a constant to the y-valu

1. Fundamental Trigonometric Identities
Before we start to prove trigonometric identities, we see where the
basic identities come from.
Recall the definitions of the reciprocal trigonometric functions, csc ,
sec and cot from the trigonometric functions ch

Gaussian Elimination
Introduction
We will now explore a more versatile way than the method of determinants to determine if a
system of equations has a solution. We will indeed be able to use the results of this method to
find the actual solution(s) of the

GraphCalc a very useful (free) graphing program.
Please consider this program! It is our window in the graded threads for graphing!
To get the program:
Click on Webliography in the course
and then choose Graphcalc. Click on
Download and under Regular User

Half-Angle Formulas
We will develop formulas for the sine, cosine and tangent of a half
angle.
Half Angle Formula - Sine
Formula Summary
We start with the formula for the cosine of a double angle that we met
in the last section.
cos 2 = 1 2sin2
Now, if w

Algebra
(Programming)
Syntax
How To Speak Math
In The Threaded
Discussions
Overview
You will be using a loose form of programming
syntax to express algebraic expressions and
equations in the TDAs.
You will need programming syntax to input
functions into