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# WELCOME - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

WELCOME. Where is the problem?. With regards to my performance in the course so far: I am satisfied with my performance. (18%) The material is difficult, and this is why I am not doing well. (18%) I have a feeling the material is fairly easy, yet I am not doing fine. (64%).

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• With regards to my performance in the course so far:

• I am satisfied with my performance. (18%)

• The material is difficult, and this is why I am not doing well. (18%)

• I have a feeling the material is fairly easy, yet I am not doing fine. (64%)

### Recipe for High Achievement

Quiz mark

• Retain information for longer time

85%

67%

50%

8%

Time

7 days

% Recall of Information

83%

70%

33%

14%

1

9

Time (weeks)

• I do the Homework

• For practice

• Just to submit to the instructor and secure the points of the homework

• I do not usually do the homework

Top 25% students

Lowest 25% students

• When I study for exams and quizzes:

• I focus on reviewing the material.

• I focus on solving problems.

• I give equal attention to material and problems.

• Watching someone else solving problems.

• Referring to Solution Manual at the least difficulty.

Angle ABC = 1800

Slope AB = Slope BC

input

output

Find the impulse response of the system below.

Input = d(t).Output = ?

+

DELAY

by 1 sec

-

DELAY

by 2 sec

Show that if a function is real and even, then it Fourier Transform is real.

Giveng(t) = g*(t)g(t) = g(-t)

Show thatG(w) = G*(w)

Conclusion Transform is real.

• Take Notes

• PPT Slides are NOT class notes

• Review the material immediately.

• At most on the same day.