# Dr. Durant: EE-3032: Homework

## Winter, 2019-20

• Homework 1, due Monday of week 2 in class Solution
• Homework 2, due Monday of week 3 in class. Be sure to support answers; for example, if you were to say that 1.24(a) is neither show why using at least one of a sketch, a proof, properties of products of even and odd functions, etc. 1.19(b), 1.20(a), 1.21(d), 1.23(b), 1.24(a), 1.28(b), 1.31(b). Solution
• Homework 3, due Wednesday of week 4 in class. 1.33(d), 1.35(b), 1.37(c), 1.39(a), 2.1(a,g), 2.2(b,g), 2.10(a). Solution
• Homework 4, due Monday of week 6 in class. 2.14, 2.15(b), 2.16(a), 2.22(b,f), 2.27, 2.29(c,d,f), 2.31. Solution
• Homework 5, due Monday of week 8 in class. 2.32, 2.37, 5.1(b). Solution
• Homework 6, due Monday of week 9 in class. 5.8(a-e, all parts). Also, calculate the power using at least 2 methods: directly from x(t), and using Parseval’s relation. Solution

## Fall, 2019

• Homework 0, due Monday of week 2 Solution
• Homework 1, due Tuesday of week 3 at the beginning of class. 1.20(c), 1.21(b,c), 1.23(c), 1.24(b), 1.28(c), 1.30(a,b), Solution
• Homework 2, due Tuesday of week 4 at the beginning of class. 1.33(a,b), 1.35(a), 1.38(b), 2.1(b,e), 2.2(a,e), 2.5(a,c) Solution
• Homework 3, due Tuesday of week 5 at the beginning of class. Solution
• 2.10(b)
• 2.13(a,b) (hint: there are 3 regions of overlap to consider)
• 2.15(a,c) (hint: sketch a graph, convolution with u(t) has the effect of integrating the other function on [0,t])
• 2.17(b) (also show your result as a plot, either by hand or using software)
• 2.22(a,c,e)
• Homework 4, due Tuesday of week 7 at the beginning of class. 2.28, 2.29(a,c,d), 2.30(a, b), 2.36, 5.2(a). Solution
• Homework 5, due Friday of week 8 at the beginning of class. 5.7(a-e, all parts). Also, calculate the power using at least 2 methods: directly from x(t), and using Parseval’s relation. Solution: PDF, MATLAB Live Script