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Characteristics of the Electric and Magnetic Fields and Forces:
A) Electric Fields and Forces:
Force exerted on charge, moving or stationary.
Force is in the direction of E field, and independent of the direction of motion of the charged
part
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Sec. 003
Perpetual Motion
Brandon Leung
Anh Lam
Cody Shinsato
Lab2 Report
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creating a project, entering a design in VHDL, compiling a desig
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Due: September 25, 2015 at 3:30 PM
Reading Assignment: Sections 4.4-4.6, 4.8, 4.11
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EE 367 University of Hawaii
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Galen Sasaki
What is a difficult problem?
EE 367 University of Hawaii
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Problems that are not polynomial time (perhaps
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EE 367 Homework 1
1)
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DeMorgan: The connector is not loose and the machine is plugged in.
2)
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Mesh Current Method Tutorial 1
Network Analysis
Tutorial on the Mesh Current Method - Part 1
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Consider the circuit below.
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9/25/2015
EE220 Thevenin Lab
NETWORK Analysis
Thevenin Lab
Last edited: 01/29/2014 20:36:43
This simulated laboratory is intended to teach some aspects of Thevenin's Theorem for DC circuits. You
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Midterm 2 Spring 2013
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Midterm 2 Spring 2012
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EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 1
There are two non-multiple-choice problems with 48p, which counts for 60% of the score, and 8 multiplechoice questions (with equal weight), which count for 40% of the score. Plan your time according
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ID:
EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 2 Spring 2014
There are two non-multiple-choice problems with 50p, which counts for 65% of the score, and 7 multiplechoice questions (with equal weight), which count for 35% of the score. Plan your time according
Name:
ID:
Spring 2013
EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 1
There are two non-multiple-choice problems with 45p, which counts for 60% of the score, and 7 multiplechoice questions (with equal weight), which count for 40% of the score. Plan your time according
Name:
ID:
Spring 2015
EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 1
There are two non-multiple-choice problems with 50p, which counts for 60% of the score, and 7 multiplechoice questions (with equal weight), which count for 40% of the score. Plan your time according
Name:
ID:
Spring 2014
EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 1
There are two non-multiple-choice problems with 50p, which counts for 60% of the score, and 7 multiplechoice questions (with equal weight), which count for 40% of the score. Plan your time according
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EE315: Signals & Systems
Midterm 1
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