Solutions to EE 215 Homework Assignment #3
1) Use the nodevoltage method to find
the current in the 40 ohm resistor at the
bottom of this circuit. Assume all ci
EE 215 Homework Assignment #7
SOLUTIONS
1) Fill in the matrix below, with the time constant, , that would result from the parallel
combination of the given inductor/resis
name
value
obective function
constraint 1
constraint 2
variables
x1
x2
2
2
coefficients
1
2
1
1
3
1
objective value
6
LHS value
8
4
constraint RHS
8
4
name
value
x1
0
obective function
3
variables
x2
Solutions to EE 215 Homework Assignment #2
1) If you had two digital multimeters (DMMs), how would you
a) measure the current that one of them uses to measure
EE 215 Homework Assignment #4
SOLUTIONS
1) Find the value of the
variable resistor R0 that
will result in maximum
power transfer to it.
(Hint: Set R0 equal to
EE 215 Solutions to Assignment #5
1) A comparator is a device that gives a high output if input V1 > V2, and a low output
(ideally zero) if V1 < V2. Design a c
EE 215 Solutions to Assignment #6
1) a) Chapter 5.7 describes the impact of non-ideal op amp characteristics on the output of the
inverting amplifier circuit. Assume that Rs = 10k and Rf = 1 M. Let A
EE215: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Laboratory 4
Page 1
EE 215 - Laboratory 4 - First Order Circuits
Authors
R.D. Christie
Objectives
At the end of this lab, you will be able to:
Confirm the
EE 215 Class Schedule, Spring 2013 (Subject to adjustment)
April
May
June
Mon
1
8
Quiz lecture
this week
15
Lab 1 demo
this week
22
Quiz lecture
this week
29
Midterm
exam 1
Lab 2 demo
this week
6
Quiz
Significant Figures+
Introduction
If you take your calculator and multiply 1.378 times 2.3 you will get 3.1694 as a result. If you
divide 3.7 by 1.336 you will get 2.769461078. These results are "corr
IOR Interactive Simplex Solution to Problem 1 (h) in Lab 2
Linear Programming Model:
Number of Decision Variables:
2
Number of Functional Constraints:
3
Max Z =
3 X1 +
2 X2
1)
1 X1 +
0 X2 <=
4
2)
1 X1
EE 215 Homework Assignment #1
Solutions
April 12, 2013
1) Currents flowing in integrated circuits are often in the microampere range. For a current
of 35.0 A, how ma
Math 118, Summer 2013
Test III
Name (please print):
Signature:
Instructions: Try all the problems and show all your work. When evaluating a limit write
+ or if appropriate. You may not use a calculato
IND E 410 HW2 Solutions
Problem 1:
Maximize Z = 2*x1 + 3*x2
s.t.
For every CPF solution, the corresponding BF solution can be obtained from the original system
of equations. For example, for the CPF s
IND E 410 HW1 Solutions
Note: All EXCEL solution sheets are available on the course web page.
3.4-9
(a)
3.4-12
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3.4-14
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Minimize C = 77X1+70X2+88X3+84X4+94X5
3.4-17
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Math 118, Fall 2008
Calculus for Students of Business and Economics
Test II
Name: (please print)
Signature:
Student ID number: (please print)
Class ID number:
T/Th Discussion time: (circle one)
2
3
4
INDE 410
Fall 2010
LAB 1
Spreadsheet Modeling of Simple Linear Programs
1
LAB 1
Objectives - to learn how to model simple linear
programs and solve them with EXCEL.
Procedure - play with four toy prob