Guidelines for text practice problems (i.e., exercises), ECE201 Spring 2015

  • Invent a practice problem (i.e., an exercise) related to the course and solve it. Your problem can be similar to the ones in the homework, but should not be identical.
  • Your practice problem and its solution must be posted on its own Rhea page using the markup language wikitext.
  • The page on which your practice problem is posted must follow this template. (Copy the source code of the Template_for_Video_practice_problem_ECE201 onto your own Rhea page.)
  • The page on which your practice problem is posted must have a unique distinctive title including the string ECE201S15. For example, your page title could be something like Mary_Potter_nodal_analysis_slecture_ECE201S15.
  • Mathematical formulas must be written in latex. That way, your formulas will look as neat this this one: $ e^{j \theta}= \sum_{k=0}^\infty $. See this page for help, or simply ask Prof. Mimi if you have any question.
  • Circuits can be hand-drawn, scanned, and uploaded as images.
  • Cite all your references.
  • If you wish to post your problem anonymously, please contact Prof. Mimi to get an anonymous login. Otherwise, you will be identifiable through your Purdue CAREER account, and thus you will NOT be anonymous.
  • Present the solution your own way, in your own words.
  • Focus on the clarity of your explanation. It must be clear, easily understandable.
  • You may include graphs, pictures, animated graphics, etc. in your answer.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. If you use other material than Prof. Peleato's lecture material, you must cite your sources. Do not copy text word for word from another source; rephrase everything using your own words. Similarly for graphs, illustrations, pictures, etc. Make your own! Do not copy them from other sources.

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