Macro Practice Quiz 2 (chapters 7-10)
Chapter 7
1. Adding up all wages, rent, interest, and profits is called the _ approach,
while adding up all the sources of spending is called the _ approach to
national economic accounting.
A.
B.
C.
D.
output; income
In-Class Practice Quiz (MACRO) - Chapters 1 - 3
NAME_
Chapter 1
1. The economy will not work well if it has the current level of unemployment.
A. This is a positive statement
B. This is a normative statement
2. Identify the macroeconomic topic:
A.
B.
C.
D
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 2
Name: _
1/24/2012
Sections 1.10.1-1.10.3; 1.4-1.6
1. Assume you are given a circuit with nodes. At most, how many independent equations can
be generated using Kirchoffs current law?
2. Consider an inertial element wit
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 18
Name: _
4/3/2012
Chapter 11, sections 1-2
1. Consider a discrete-time system with the following representation:
1
( + 1) = 3
0
0
3
4
( )+ 5
3
( ),
( ) = [20 15] ( ) + [10] ( )
Is it possible to find its steady-state
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 19
Name: _
4/5/2012
Chapter 11, sections 11.3.1, 11.4.1
1. Consider an asymptotically stable continuous-time system with transfer function
input ( ) = cos( + ), what is the system output ( )?
( ). Given sinusoidal
(
2.
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 3
Name: _
1/26/12
Sections 1.7, 1.9, 1.10.4; 2.1-2.6
1. For a discrete-time system with state vector ( ), input ( ), and output ( ), write the
general expression for the state-space form (state and output equations usin
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 17
Name: _
3/29/2012
Chapter 10, sections 6-8 (continuous-time only)
1. Consider continuous-time function ( ) =
that the fundamental frequency is
frequency.
6 + 6 cos 4
+
=
6+3
+3
. Note
= 4 . In this question, find the
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 16
Name: _
3/27/2012
Chapter 10, sections 1-5 (continuous-time Fourier series only)
1. Continuous-time function ( ) = 1 + cos(2 ) = 1 +
frequency
frequency?
+
, has fundamental
= 2 . In its Fourier series expansion, wha
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 15
Name: _
3/22/2012
Chapter 9, sections 7-11
1. If a discrete-time system has the
matrix,
=
0
0
, is it all-state BIBS stable? Why?
2. Suppose you have determined (correctly) that a system is not (zero-state) BIBO stab
ESE 351 Section 01 Fall 2011
Quiz 12
Name: _
10/11/2011
Chapter 7, sections 8-14
1. What is the inverse Z transform of the product ( ) ( ) if ( ) and ( ) are the respective
Z transforms of discrete-time functions ( ) and ( )?
2. What is the unilateral Lap
ESE 351 Section 01 Fall 2011
Quiz 14
Name: _
10/25/2011
Chapter 9, sections 1-6
1. If a discrete-time system has the
matrix,
0
=
0
, is it asymptotically stable? Why?
0
2. What are the continuous-time mode functions for
=
3. A continuous-time system has t
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 11
Name: _
2/23/2012
Chapter 7, sections 1-7
1. What is the inverse Z transform of ( ) =
where | | > 1? Hint: the result is a positive-
time function.
2. What is the inverse Laplace transform of ( ) =
where
[ ] > 3? Hin
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 13
Name: _
3/8/2012
Chapter 8, sections 1-7
1. Given a continuous-time system with transfer function,
response obtained?
( ), how is the system impulse
2. The input-output equation for a discrete-time system is given by
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 20
Name: _
4/10/2012
Chapter 11, sections 11.5, 11.6
( )
1. Recall that the Fourier series expansion
of a periodic function ( )decomposes the
function ( ) into different harmonics, or phasors. When this function ( ) is
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 21
Name: _
4/12/2012
Chapter 12, sections 1-8
( )
1. For a continuous-time function, ( ), recall the Fourier transform is given by ( ) =
.
Find the Fourier transform of ( ) = ( ), the continuous-time impulse function, a
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 8
Name: _
2/14/2012
Chapter 5
1. Suppose that a given linear time-invariant system has impulse response ( ) or ( ), input
( )or ( ) and output ( )or ( ). What is the convolution expression relating the three
terms? You
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 10
Name: _
2/21/2012
Chapter 6, sections 3-7
Let
be an
1.
Consider
x
square matrix and let
( )=
2. Consider ( + 1) =
( ),
( ),
be an -dimensional vector.
0, with (0) =
. What is the solution ( ) for
0, with (0) =
. What
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 1
Name: _
1/19/2012
Sections 1.1-1.3
1. Let denote the velocity of a mass with its reference direction pointing to the right, i.e.,
when the mass is moving to the right, ( ) > 0, and when it is moving to the left,
( ) <
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 9
Name: _
2/16/2012
Chapter 6, sections 1-2
1. Given a polynomial ( ) of degree 25, what is the maximum degree of the remainder
polynomial ( ) when ( ) is divided by another polynomial ( ) of degree 5?
2. Suppose
=
3. S
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 7
Name: _
2/9/2012
Sections 4.6-4.8
1. What initial conditions does the impulse response assume?
2. In solving a differential equation with an impulse on the right-hand side, you need to
translate the initial conditions
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 4
Name: _
1/31/12
Sections D.1-D.6 and 3.1
1. Given
=
2. Given
= 1 + , find and , and express
3. Given
2, find the angle,
=3
4 , and
=1
(in radians).
in the polar representation,
=
.
, find | | |.
4. What is the general
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 22
Name: _
4/17/2012
Chapter 12, sections 9-12
1. For continuous-time function ( ) with Fourier transform ( ), what is the Fourier transform ( ) of
( ) = ( ) cos(
), (where
> 0)?
2. For continuous-time functions, ( ) an
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 5
Name: _
Sections 3.2-3.5
1. What is the general solution ( ) for (
+ 6 + 9) ( ) = 0?
2. Find an annihilator for ( ) = 50.
3. Find an annihilator for ( ) =
.
4. Find an annihilator for ( ) = 25.
5. Find an annihilator
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 23
Name: _
4/19/2012
Chapter 13, sections 1-4
1. For continuous-time function ( ) with Fourier transform ( ), what is the Fourier transform ( ) of
( ) = ( ) cos(
), (where
> 0)?
2. Recall that distortionless transmissio
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 24
Name: _
4/24/2012
Chapter 13, sections 5-8
1.
A continuous-time signal ( ), which is frequency-limited at frequency
(its transform ( ) is 0 for
| |
), is sampled at frequency . The original signal can be recovered fr
ESE 351 Section 01 Spring 2012
Quiz 6
Name: _
2/7/2012
Sections 4.1-4.5
Note: In the following questions, ( ) refers to the discrete-time unit impulse, ( ) refers to the
continuous-time impulse, 1( ) refers to the discrete-time unit step function, and 1(