Assignments

Solve only the even numbered problems and the problems on even numbered slides, unless indicated otherwise. The odd numbered problems you can solve as you prepare yourself for exams, but you are not to turn them in for grading. The solutions to all problems in a given assignment will be posted after you turn in that assignment.)

DO NOT COPY FROM OLD SOLUTIONS! ALL WORK MUST BE 100% YOURS.

All assignments are due in hard copy form before lecture starts

 

Assignment 0: Must be completed before the beginning of the second week of classes.

1.     Purchase, download and install Multisim (student version) on your PC.

2.     Download (free) and install Mathcad on your PC: Mathcad 2001. Note: Make sure you unzip the downloaded folder before installation. To install Mathcad, double-click the file “Mathcad 2001 Professional” (located inside the unzipped folder). Enter the software key MN100011UC0151 when prompted.

 

Assignment 1: (Due: Monday, Sept. 10. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts)

Svoboda textbook: P1.2-2, P1.2-5, P1.2-6, P1.5-1, P1.5-5, P1.5-6, P1.7-1 & DP1-2.

Verify P1.2-5, P1.5-6 and DP1-2 using Mathcad

For P1.5-6 determine the average power and the total energy over the period . Is this energy supplied by or is it absorbed by the element?

Attach screen captures (you may use Jing) of all Mathcad work to your solutions.

(Free Screen capture software: Jing)

 

Assignment 2: (Due: Monday, September 17. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

Svoboda textbook: P2.2-3, P2.2-4, P2.2-5, P2.4-2, P2.4-4, P2.4-11, P2.5-2, P2.5-6, P2.6-2 and P2.7-10.

For P2.6-2 and P2.7-10 verify your solutions employing Multisim.

 

Assignment 3: (Due: Monday, September 24. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

Svoboda textbook: P3.3-10, P3.4-16, P3.6-14, P3.6-27.

Solve the “Your Turn” problems on Chapter 3 Slides: 38, 42 (bottom circuit), 47 [first circuit, second circuit (with the 7 resistors) and the cube] and 59 (second problem, Circuit b).

Employ Mathcad to solve (symbolically) the set of Equations (1), (2) and (4) on Slide 17.

Employ Multisim to solve for  in the circuit on Slide 48

 

Assignment 4: (Due: Monday, October 8. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

(Assignment 4 link)

 

Assignment 5: (Due: Monday, October 15. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

(Assignment 5 link)

 

Assignment 6: (Due: Due Monday, October 22. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

(Assignment 6 link)

 

Assignment 7: (Due: Monday, November 5. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

(Assignment 7 link)

 

Assignment 8: (Due: Wednesday, November 14. Submit a hardcopy before lecture starts. Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records)

(Assignment 8 link)

 

Assignment 9: (Due: Tuesday, November 20, but you may also extend the deadline to Wednesday, November 21, before 5:00 pm (sharp!). Submit to your TA an electronic version of your solution (fs6081@wayne.edu). Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records. Pickup your graded assignment 9 directly from your TA on Monday, Nov. 26, 12:30-2:30; Room 3342 Engineering.

(Assignment 9 link)

(Solve all problems, even and odd)

 

Assignment 10: (Due: Monday, December 10, before lecture starts). Also, make a copy of your solution and keep it for your records. Pickup your graded assignment 10 from Mostafa on Thursday, Dec. 13, 4:00-6:00 in the open lab.

(Assignment 10 link)

(Solve all problems, even and odd)