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Omar, HW 4 Q3
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EECS Instructional Account
2008-07-27 00:06:12 UTC
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Can we assume that there is a reset signal given in the beginning for the
accumulator?

Also, when the problem states would you suggest changing to fix the
problem, can we give directions like shorten the timing of... or make ____
a longer duration, or should we give exact numbers, like for example, make
the clock period 10 ns?
[TA] Omar Akkawi
2008-07-27 02:20:25 UTC
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A reset signal has no bearing on the problem. If you're convinced it
does, you may want to email a TA to describe why you believe it does in
depth.

For your second question, the more specific you can be the better. If
you have more details, the better your chances of showing you truly
understand the subject matter.

- Omar Akkawi, CS 61C TA, Summer 2008
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Can we assume that there is a reset signal given in the beginning for
the accumulator?
Also, when the problem states would you suggest changing to fix the
problem, can we give directions like shorten the timing of... or make
____ a longer duration, or should we give exact numbers, like for
example, make the clock period 10 ns?
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