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### 341-07S-final-s

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Delaware - MATH - 341
MATH341, Spring 2007 Exam 3: May 4Please clearly erase or cross out irrelevant work; otherwise it will be part of the graded material. You must justify answers to receive full credit. You may not use calculators or notes.1. (15 points) 121 Given
Delaware - MATH - 349
MATH 349 (Fall, 2008)Homework #3, Due Tuesday, Sept. 23(1) Section 1.3: 26-40, 42-47, 48a (2) Section 2.1: 1-6 (change linear to ane), 7-10 (the point is that you can sometimes change a nonlinear equation to an ane one), 11, 14-16, 19, 21, 25-35.
Delaware - MATH - 349
MATH 349 (Fall, 2008)Homework #2, Due Tuesday, Sept. 16(1) Section 1.2: 3437,41,4244,4655, 65-66,68 (2) Section 1.3: 1-15, 16a-d, 17-201
Delaware - MATH - 349
MATH 349 (Fall, 2008)Homework #5, Due Tuesday, Oct. 7Announcement: All the listed problems are recommended. Only questions whose answers are not in the appendix will be candidates for grading. (1) Section 2.2: 45,46,47a, 48-52 (2) Section 2.3: 1-
Delaware - MATH - 349
MATH 349 (Fall, 2008)Homework #1, Due Tuesday, Sept. 9(1) Section 1.1: 1,2,4,5,8,10,19-22 (2) Section 1.2: 1-8, 12, 17b, 26-30, 32,331
Delaware - MATH - 351
MathEng 351 (Fall, 2004)Study tips. To achieve minimal competency (C-) you must be able to do, without hesitation, the rst 3 problems from the exercises in the book of the sections we covered. To achieve profciency (B-), you must be able to know ho
Delaware - MATH - 351
c 2004 David Russell LukeMATH351: Engineering Mathematics I (Autumn 2004)D. Russell LukeLecture notes to follow Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2nd Ed. by Michael GreenbergUniversity of Delaware Autumn 2004Department: Mathematics2TABL
Delaware - MATH - 351
NAME: UNIVERSITY of DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES MATH351 November 10, 2004 MIDTERM #2 INSTRUCTIONSSTUDENT NUMBER:D. R. Luke1. Do all questions. This test is 5 pages long. 2. The questions have several parts. The parts are, mostl
Delaware - MATH - 353
M353 (additional hw 8.1) (S. Zhang) heat eq. 1. (8.1:a3) Solving the heat equation by the nite dierence method. ut = uxx for t (0, 0.1) and x (0, 3) with initial and boundary values u(x, 0) = (3 x)x, u(0, t) = 0, u(3, t) = 0.Let t = 0.1. Find u(
Delaware - MATH - 353
M353 7.1-2 (S. Zhang) . 1. Solve the boundary value problem by shooting method: x x = t + 1, x(0) = 1, x(1) = 2(b) for u: Find the exact solution u = x(t) for x x=1+t x(0) = 1, x (0) = 0Same as above: r2 1 = 0, xH = C1 et + C2 et , xP = At + B
Delaware - MATH - 353
M353 8.3 (S. Zhang) (elliptic equations part 1). 1. Solve the nite dierence equations for Poisson equation. uxx + uyy = xy with the boundary condition u = 0, in the rectangular region 0 x 2, 0 y 3. Assume h = 1. (Only 2 unknowns.) ans: The rect
Delaware - MATH - 353
M353 9.1 (S. Zhang) random number, sol. 1. 9.1: 1-4, a1-a2 1. (9.1:1a) Find the period (nonzero ui including nonzero x0 ) of the Linear congruential generator: a = 2, b = 0, m = 5 ans: Period is the number of random numbers ui in a cycle. xi = axi1
Delaware - MATH - 428
NAMEMATH 428/CISC 411, Spring 2007 Exam 1Write all solutions on these sheets. Please clearly erase or cross out irrelevant work; otherwise it will be part of the graded material. You must justify answers to receive full credit. You may not use cal
Delaware - MATH - 451
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Delaware - MATH - 530
Math 530 (Autumn 2008) Assignment #4, Due Tuesday, Nov 29. The purpose of this assignment is to help you get a deeper understanding of Markowitz MinimumVariance Portfolio Theory and its applications. 1. Consider n uncorrelated assets (i.e. their cova
Delaware - MATH - 530
Math 530 (Autumn, 2008) Assignment #2, Due Thursday, Oct. 16 In this set we will gain some experience using mathematical software to solve some toy problems. You should use Matlab or Excel (so long as Excels LPsolve package is available on campus I
Delaware - MATH - 530
Math 530 (Autumn 2008) Assignment #0, Due Tuesday, Sept 23. The purpose of this assignment is to help you get a deeper understanding of Uryasevs paper. 1. A function f (x) is linear if and only if f (x + y) = f (x) + f (y) for any scalar . Show that
Delaware - MATH - 611
MATH 611, Fall 2007 Final exam Due December 14, 3:00 pm You may not discuss the questions on this exam with any other person. Your answers are expected to be analytical in nature; supporting numerical evidence will not be considered. 01 &quot;0 &quot; 1 . .1
Delaware - MATH - 611
MATH 611, Fall 2008 First midterm exam October 23, 2008 Please start each problem on a new page. Remember to justify your answers to receive full credit. 1. (20 points) Prove true, or give a counterexample: For any u Cm and v Cn , uv u F v F. 2. (2
Delaware - MATH - 688
University of Delaware Department of Mathematical Sciences M688-Combinatorics and Graph Theory Instructor: Qing Xiang Oce: 508 Ewing Hall Phone: (302) 831-1868 Email: xiang@math.udel.edu Oce Hours: M, F 1:302:30pm This is the rst course in the 688-68
Delaware - MATH - 689
University of Delaware Department of Mathematical Sciences M689-Combinatorics and Graph Theory II Fall 2008 * Instructor: Qing Xiang Oce: 508 Ewing Hall Phone: (302) 831-1868 Email: xiang@math.udel.edu Oce Hours: 2pm3pm Tue. and Thur. This is the sec
Delaware - MATH - 689
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Delaware - MATH - 689
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Delaware - CIEG - 233
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Delaware - CIEG - 311
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CIEG 315 Probability and Statistics for Engineers Homework 8 Due: Wednesday, April 27th For these problems, state the hypothesis you are testing and indicate the data sets that are being compared. Indicate the type of statistical test or tests being
Delaware - CIEG - 315
CIEG 315 supplemental material Hypothesis Testing: the null hypothesis, the alternative hypothesis, Type I and Type II errors In order to apply statistical tools, we must first develop a testable hypothesis. Generally, we construct a hypothesis so th
Delaware - CIEG - 315
Civil Engineering Degree Outcomes Matrix Program: Course Title: Course Number: Civil Engineering Prob-stats CIEG 315 Date: 12/19/01 Required/Elective: Req Instructor: Bhattacharya Corresponding Course Element Set theory, probability, random variables
Delaware - CIEG - 320
CIEG 320 STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM For this exam, you should bring a straight edge, ruler or scale, compass for drawing circles, protractor for measuring angles, calculator, pencil/pen. You are also allow three 8.5 x 11 sheets of notes (both sides).
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Delaware - CIEG - 323
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Delaware - CIEG - 331
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Delaware - CIEG - 337
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Delaware - CIEG - 337
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Delaware - CIEG - 351
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Delaware - CIEG - 351
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Delaware - CIEG - 351
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