Dec. 2, 2016
 Reminder: Today we will be taking the quiz that we did not take on Wednesday. The quiz covers AC analysis.
 Homework set J is available.
 Solutions to all the pertinent quizzes and homeworks are available.
 Here is the exam 2 formula sheet so that you can see what sorts of useless information you will have available at your fingertips during the exam.
 Exam 2 review session: Wednesday (11/9) at 8:00 p.m. in Hoover 1227, which is the classroom for the afternoon section.
 From a quick review of the quizzes from Monday, it would appear that some more practice with complex might be appropriate. Therefore, Wednesday's quiz will be over complex number arithmetic, similar to Monday's quiz.
 Here is a previouslyused exam 2. Use it as you see fit.
 HW set I is available. Be sure to note the due date. Sorry that it took me a while to make it available, but I was feeling bit creative and made several brand new problems. I hope you like them.
 The people have spoken: Exam 2 will be on Nov. 11.
 Note that Quiz 17 (Wed., Oct. 26) will be over basic properties of inductors and capacitors, somewhat similar to Quiz 16. We are not yet ready for quizzes on transients.
 Some exam statistics: (40 points total, 164 students took the exam)
overall average: 32.6
standard deviation: 4.52
13 perfect scores
morning lecture average: 32.6
afternoon lecture average: 32.7
CprE average: 32.5
EE average: 32.8 highest lab section: E with a 33.7 average.  The answer to problem 27 is unusual  and perhaps a bit surprising. Don't be thrown off track if you get an unexpected answer. This is simply a fluke of the numbers chosen for the components  there is nothing profound in the strange result.
 To complete Problem 31, you should read the last page of the Thevenin equivalents lecture slides. It explains exactly how to choose RL for maximum power.
 Problem 32 is a bit confusing because I used the same component names in both the original circuit and the model. I have changed the resistor names in the original circuit. Hopefully, this reduces potential confusion. The name changes do not affect anything else  you will use the same methods and the same component values, and you will get the same answers.
 There will be no quiz on Monday. We can probably use a bit of a breather after the exam. Also, we want to have the maximum time available to talk amplifiers.
 Homework set F is on the web site.
 Try to read ahead a bit on the amplifier, feedback, and opamp material to help prepare for the op amp lab for this week.
 Exam 1 from Spring 2016
 Exam 1 formula sheet
 Review session: Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8:00 p.m. in Hoover 1227. Come if you dare.
Old stuff
Nov. 24, 2016
Nov. 16, 2016
Nov. 10, 2016
Nov. 8, 2016
Nov. 1, 2016
Oct. 31, 2016
Oct. 25, 2016
Oct. 13, 2016
Comments on homework, based on questions during office hours today:
Oct. 9, 2016
Oct. 6, 2016
Here are the answers to the practice exam:
Prob. 1, I_{S} = 19.4 mA. (Can be positive or negative.)
Prob. 2, i_{R2} = 0.591 A.
Prob. 3, v_{R4} = 48 V.
Prob. 4, v_{R2} = 11.3 V.
Oct. 3, 2016
Sep. 18, 2016

HW set D is available.
Sep. 13, 2016

Howework C update: an inconsistency in problem 13a has been cleared up.
Sep. 11, 2016

HW set C is available.
Sep. 6, 2016

HW set B is available. Since this is getting to you late, I've shortened
it so that the work is more appropriate to the time available.
Aug. 22, 2016

This is the EE 201 web site. Everything you need for the class will be found here.
Aug. 26, 2016

HW set A is available.
Aug. 22, 2016

This is the EE 201 web site. Everything you need for the class will be found here.