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The final exam grades can be seen on the grade checker. The exam is out of 180. The class grades should be in Triton Link soon.
Your HW 10 and Lab 5 are graded.
All HW and LAB grades are FINAL.
You could come to the lab to pick them up next quarter
during the open hours of 1st week,
in case you would like a grade transfer for the lab.
Enjoy your break~Hope you guys have done well in the final exam.
Your final score will be available later Monday/Tuesday next week.
The solutions to the final have been posted. You shouldn't worry about your grade, just enjoy your break because the exam is over.
Good job to all of you, and thank you for being a great class. If you ever want to hit me up, just email me. You can ask me any question, any time, about anything.
Have a good break!
Oh, and evaluate us!
The final is at 8:00 AM on Thursday 12/8! Set your alarms!
Please show up early so we can expedite the administrative stuff before the exam starts.
Put new batteries in your calculators, write up your cheat sheets, sharpen your pencils, and get a good night's rest. See you all tomorrow. Good luck!
There was some confusion wrt to complex power in yesterday's discussion. Just a small clarification:
Please use the definition used in the class notes and the book for complex power i.e. S= (1/2)V I*. This not only gives you the apparent power but also the power factor as mentioned in the book.
If you find out that you have HW/LAB grades missing, please come to our final week open hour.
Please bring your hard copy for us to update your score.
(This section is originally for ECE 25 students)
Just a reminder that Sushant is hosting a review session tonight!
7:00PM to 9:00PM in York Hall room 2622
Here's a map to York Hall:
Also, Aaron won't have office hours this week due to a conflict with his finals. Go to the review session, and study hard! If you have questions, email us!
Here's some resources to help you solve 2x2 and 3x3 complex systems of equations without plugging them into your calculator:
Video explaining Cramer's rule with a 3x3 complex matrix:
Wikipedia with the general Cramer's rules for 2x2 and 3x3 matrices:
Different equations exist for Cramer's and determinants for 3x3 or 2x2 matrices, so be careful. Here's a Wikipedia link showing the determinant equations:
The professor has provided a practice final from Winter 2013, and also the solutions. They are posted on the "Quizzes and Exams" page, and attached to this announcement.
I recommend giving it a shot without the solutions first with a timer, then going back and learning from the solutions.
I made a computation error on the quiz 8 solutions... be careful with your calculators! An updated solutions has been posted. I used current division this time, since it has simple equations than KCL and is more obvious from the shape of the circuit. Go download the updated solutions and practice with it.
Good luck studying!
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