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Do Not Post Homework or Coursework Questions Here in the EE Forum

  1. Mar 26, 2008 #1

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    Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines.

    If you are seeking help with a homework/coursework/textbook related issue please post your problem in the appropriate forum in our Homework & Coursework Questions area.

    Just a heads up, we prefer that you make a solid effort at completing your problem before seeking help. We, as a general rule, will not do your homework for you.

    As discussed in the PF Forum Rules, questions about advanced upper division projects may be allowed in the general technical forums, like here in the EE forum. If in doubt, please PM me or another Mentor to ask which forum would be the most appropriate for a new thread.

    Thanks very much for your cooperation!

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