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Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 16:05:11 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: SCEN103: Selected Final Exam answers

May 26, 1999
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6. seluR301   "103 Rules" backwards
0010 0001  0011 0010  0101 0011  0100 1111  0100 1101  0100 0011
(remember that the bytes are ordered backwards)

7. NOR

8. 3-input NAND

10. 30 ohm

11. 7.3 minutes
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Feb. 5, 1998
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1. 65,536

5. 500 Million bricks (comparable to bytes on a CD-ROM!)

6. OR

8. a. 5.2 V
   b. 0.43 A
   c. 2.2 W
   d. 3.9 W

9. Help!?

10. XNOR - exclusive NOR
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Dec. 19, 1996
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5. density increase is a factor of 4.4 times.
   overall increase is a factor of 6.9 times,
   so density increase accounts for a little more than 60% of the total
      increase.

7. XOR - exclusive OR

8. NAND

9. a. 9 V
   b. 1.5 A
   c. 6.8 W
   d. 20.3 W
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George Watson                  |   Gosh darn the torpedoes,
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy   |     full speed ahead!
University of Delaware         |
ghw@udel.edu                   | http://www.physics.udel.edu/~watson 


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