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Very Important: Your Professor is known to be very strict when it comes to attendance and deadlines. He expects you to conduct yourself as a professional. Here are few examples:

 He does not accept assignments submitted on the due date after he starts the lecture.

If he sets a submission date for an assignment (say bonus problem) to be received by email before 5:00 pm on a certain day and you submit at 5:01pm then he would not accept your submission.

         When taking a test if he announces the end of the test and that you need to turn in your work, but you continue to write then he will not accept your work and you will receive a zero.

 Arrive more than 5 minutes late to class and you will be counted absent and lose points (1% of your final average is subtracted for each unexcused absence.

In case of an emergency, you must email him about your absence before class and you must bring with you a legitimate documentation for your absence (e.g., doctor’s note, court note, etc.)

Policy on smart/cell phones: It is very simple, switch it off and place it in your bag for the whole duration of the lecture.

Attendance: Attendance is mandatory.  Each class session missed (without a legitimate excuse) leads to a loss of 1 point (1%) of the final score. Arriving to class more than 5 min late, or leaving class early will count as an absence!

 

During Exams: NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly). Cell phones and smart watches must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No hats.

 

 

 

 

Final Exam:

Monday, April 30 from 5:30 – 6:45 pm (Room: 0121 Main)

Closed Book and closed Notes.

Print the following tables and bring with you to the exam:

 s-Domain Component Models

s-Domain Signal Models

s-Domain to t-Domain Table

Complex Numbers

Trigonometric Identities

Derivatives Table

Integration Table

You may also bring with you up to four slides (of your choice) printed from the lecture notes with absolutely no additions

 

NO CALCULATORS.

NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly)

Cell phones, smart watches and all other devices must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No food or beverages. No water or other bottles.

 

Sample Exams:

Exam 1 (Sample)    Exam 1 (sample) Answers

Exam 2 (Sample)   Exam 2 (sample) Answers

Exam 3 (Sample)   Exam 3 (sample) Answers

Final Exam (Sample)   Final Exam (sample) Answers

 

 

 

Exam 1 Answers

Exam 2 Answers

Exam 3 Answers

 

 

Assignments

 

Prof. Hassoun’s policy on cheating:

All work submitted for grading must be 100% individual effort (unless otherwise told beforehand by your professor).

The solutions to assignments (bonus problems and mini projects) might already be out there. Advice: Do not look at them, period!

All work you submit for grading (assignments, lab reports, exams, projects and bonus problems) must be 100% your own effort. You understand that once you submit your work for grading then you are automatically certifying that the work is 100% yours. Upon grading your work, if cheating is detected (no matter how small) on an Exam then you will FAIL the course. On all other graded work, the first cheating incidence (no matter how small) by a student will earn that student a zero for that piece of work. The second offence is an automatic failure of the course.

And yes, your professor monitors website such as Chegg.com Freelancer.com and others. Advice: Do not use such sites to cheat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ignore the following write-up

 

Exam 1: (Chapters 1-3)

! Bring a Photo ID !

 Closed Book and closed Notes. No paper.

You are only allowed a pen or a pencil. NO CALCULATORS.

Bring a straight edge (ruler)

NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly)

Cell phones, smart watches and all other devices must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No food or beverages. No water or other bottles.

 

Exam 2: Wednesday, March 7 (Chapters 4-6)

Closed Book and closed Notes. No paper.

You are only allowed a pen or a pencil. NO CALCULATORS.

NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly)

Cell phones, smart watches and all other devices must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No food or beverages. No water or other bottles.

 

Exam 3: Wednesday, April 11 (Chapters 7-9)

Closed Book and closed Notes. No paper.

You are only allowed a pen or a pencil. NO CALCULATORS.

NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly)

Cell phones, smart watches and all other devices must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No food or beverages. No water or other bottles.

 

Final Exam:

Closed Book and closed Notes.

Print the following tables and bring with you to the exam:

 s-Domain Component Models

s-Domain Signal Models

s-Domain to t-Domain Table

Complex Numbers

Trigonometric Identities

Derivatives Table

Integration Table

You may also bring with you up to four slides (of your choice) printed from the lecture notes with absolutely no additions

 

NO CALCULATORS.

NO student will be allowed to leave the classroom for the duration of the exam (so, plan accordingly)

Cell phones, smart watches and all other devices must be powered off and placed in your back bag. You will have no access to your back bag once the exam starts. No food or beverages. No water or other bottles.