- Issued here every Thursday by 5PM.
- Students may work in pairs and submit one homework per pair.
- Students should print their names on the assignment.
- Homeworks are due the following Friday at noon in the appropriate drop box (EE100 or EE42) in 240 Cory.
- Late homeworks will not be accepted.
- Solutions will be posted by Friday at 5PM.
- Graded homeworks will be returned to the lab (140 Cory) and placed in the appropriate folders by the following Friday at noon.
- If a student has an issue with grading, they should write an explanatory note, staple it to the homework, and put it in the EE100/42 drop box in 240 Cory for regrading.
|Assignment||Issue Date||Due Date||Solutions|
|Homework 1||January 19||January 27||Solutions|
|Homework 2||January 26||February 3||Solutions|
|Homework 3||February 2||February 10||Solutions|
|Note on Problem 2: Compare the capacitance to the case with 100 cm of water and no oil.|
Note on Problem 5: the current through the resistor should be positive instead of negative using our regular conventions for current and voltage at a load resistor
|Homework 4||February 8||February 17||Solutions|
|Note: Problem 6 was updated on February 13. Problems 2 and 8 were updated on February 14. Problem 1 was updated on February 15.|
Solutions note: 6f is missing the factor C. The correct answer is 0.075 exp(-t/0.004) A.
|Homework 5||February 18||February 27||Solutions|
|Homework 6||February 23||March 3||Solutions|
|Homework 7||March 2||March 10||Solutions|
|Homework 8||March 9||March 17||Solutions|
|Homework 9||March 16||March 24||Solutions|
|Homework 10||March 23||April 4||Solutions|
|Homework 11||April 13||April 21||Solutions|
|Homework 12||April 20||April 28||Solutions|