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/resistor or capacitor/resistor. Then find pictures of
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 many electrons, on average, pass through the circu
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 resistance?
b) measure the shunt resistor tha
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 the
Thvenin resistance of
the circuit to the
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 circuit using an ideal op amp that would give a
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 = 105, Ri = 2 M, R0 =
75 . If these nominal non-ideal p
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 steady state model of capacitors and inductors
Determi
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 lecture
this week
13
Lab 3 demo
this week
20
Midterm
e
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 "correct" in a pure mathematical
sense that assumes you know
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 circuit
values are known with an accuracy of 1%.
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 calculator. You may use a cheat sheet: one
sheet of 8.5 11 paper
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 solution x1=0, x2=0, keying in these values in the
origi
IND E 410 HW1 Solutions
Note: All EXCEL solution sheets are available on the course web page.
3.4-9
(a)
3.4-12
(a)
3.4-14
(a)
Minimize C = 77X1+70X2+88X3+84X4+94X5
3.4-17
(a)
IND
E
410
HW
8
SOLUTIONS
Problem
1
Problem
2
The
natural
decision
variables
are
xj
=
reduction
in
the
duration
of
activity
j
due
to
crashing
this
activity,
for
j
=
A,
B,
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
Instructions: Try all the problems and show all your wo
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 problems
Diet problem
Cancer treatment with radiation
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