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### TellingApplesFromOranges

Course: CSE 450, Spring 2008
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Chapter 9 Solutions9.1m = 3.00 kg, v = (3.00i 4.00j) m/s (a) p = mv = (9.00i 12.0j) kg m/s Thus, px = 9.00 kg m/s and py = 12.0 kg m/s (b) p= p x + py =2 2(9.00)2 + (12.0)2 = 15.0 kg m/s = tan1 (py/px) = tan1 (1.33) = 307*9.2 (a) (b)
Lehigh - IE - 426
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Chapter 10 Solutions i 12.0 rad/s = = 4.00 rad/s2 t 3.00 s1 2 1 t = (4.00 rad/s2)(3.00 s) 2 = 18.0 rad 2 210.1(a) =(b) = it + (a) = (b) = *10.310.22 rad 1 day 1 h = 1.99 107 rad/s 365 days 24 h 3600 s 2 rad 1 day 1 h = 2.65 106
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Scenario Mean Stdev Buy Optimal q c r 100 30 100 85 0.7 0.5 0.05YOUR CHOICE OPTIMAL Demand Sell Salvage Profit Sell Salvage 1 121 100 0 70 85 0 2 71 71 29 51.15 71 14 3 110 100 0 70 85 0 67 67 33 48.55 67 18 59 59 41 43.35 59 26 51 51 49 38.15 51 3
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Chapter 11 Solutions11.1( a ) Ktrans =1 1 mv2 = (10.0 kg)(10.0 m/s) 2 = 500 J 2 2(b) Krot =1 1 1 v2 1 I2 = mv 2 2 = (10.0 kg)(10.0 m/s) 2 = 250 J 2 2 2 r 4 (c) 11.2 K=Ktotal = Ktrans + Krot = 750 J 1 1 I 2 + mv2 2 2 1 4.00 m/s 2 1
Lehigh - IE - 426
Informal Homework SurveySeptember 14, 2006Please answer the following questions. This is an anonymous survey, but even if it wasn't, I wouldn't hold your answers against you.DifficultyOn a scale of 1-10, with a 10 being &quot;I hate you. Why are you
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IE426 Course Survey-Quiz #0Name:email:BackgroundMathematicsMathematicians are like Frenchmen: whatever you say to them they translate into their own language and forthwith it is something entirely different.&quot; -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Please
Arizona - PHYS - 241
Chapter 12 Solutions12.1To hold the bat in equilibrium, the player must exert both a force and a torque on the bat to make Fx = Fy = 0 and = 0F 0.600 mFy = 0 F 10.0 N = 0, or the player must exert a net upward force of F = 10.0 N To satisf
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IE 426 Case Study Integer Programming1Wireless Capacity Expansion PlanningNote: This is a real consulting problem. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. Prof. Linderoth will be acting as the client. You have been contracted by a
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IE 426 Case Study #3 Stochastic ProgrammingDue Date: December 16, 20061Networks for Private Line ServicesThe RoaDMaP Corporation is in the business of providing telecommunication services. We are going to build a planning model for the priva
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Chapter 12 Solutions12.51 Choosing torques about R, with = 0, L 2L (350 N) + (T sin 12.0) (200 N)L = 0 2 31Ry Rx T 12.0From which, T = 2.71 kN350 N200 NLet Rx = compression force along spine, and from Fx = 0, Rx = Tx = T cos 12.0 = 2.
Lehigh - IE - 426
Optimization ModelsDraft of August 26, 2005III. Beyond Linear OptimizationRobert FourerDepartment of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 60208-3119, U.S.A. (847) 491-31514er@iems.northwest
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Chapter 13 Solutionsx = (4.00 m) cos (3.00t + ) Compare this with x = A cos (t + ) to find ( a ) = 2f = 3.00 or f = 1.50 Hz (b) A = 4.00 m (c) T= 1 = 0.667 s f13.1 = rad(d) x(t = 0.250 s) = (4.00 m) cos (1.75) = 2.83 m 13.2 ( a ) Since the c
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3.2 ENERGY BALANCES ON NON-REACTIVE SYSTEMSWe will now investigate methods to estimate specific internal energy and enthalpy changes when tables of those properties are not available. We will focus on on-reactive systems including situations where t
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Optimization ModelsDraft of August 26, 2005I. Formulating an Optimization Model: An Introductory ExampleRobert FourerDepartment of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 60208-3119, U.S.A. (84
Arizona - PHYS - 241
Chapter 14 Solutions*14.1 For two 70.0-kg persons, modeled as spheres, Fg = 14.2 (a) Gm1m2 (6.67 1011 N m2/kg2)(70.0 kg)(70.0 kg) = = ~ 10 7 N r2 (2.00 m)2At the midpoint between the two masses, the forces exerted by the 200-kg and 500-kg Gm1m2
Lehigh - IE - 426
Optimization ModelsDraft of August 26, 2005II. Elementary Linear Optimization ModelsRobert FourerDepartment of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 60208-3119, U.S.A. (847) 491-31514er@iems
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461. Introduction and Examples While weather effects do no~ vary greatly over 25-year periods, fire damage can be quite variable. Assume that in each 25-year block, the probability is 1/3 that 15% of all timber stands are destroyed and that the pro
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Chapter 15 Solutions15.14 M = ironV = (7860 kg/m3) (0.0150 m)3 3 M = 0.111 kg15.2The density of the nucleus is of the same order of magnitude as that of one proton, according to the assumption of close packing:=m 1.67 1027 kg ~ 4 ~ 10
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CHE 101: Chemical Engineering Concepts 2Processes Involving Phase Change + Energy BalancesCLASS NOTES1. IntroductionQuestion 1: What are chemical engineers? What do they do? How are they different from chemists?Answers:Question 2: Answers:
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CSE342: Fundamentals of InternetworkingInstructor: Prof. Brian D. DavisonHH Hdavison@cse.lehigh.edu http:/www.cse.lehigh.e du/~brian/Students: Little or no networking background Can program in C/C+Have taken CSE109/411 Juniors/Seniors/
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Chapter 16 Solutions16.1 Replace x by x vt = x 4.5t to get y = 16.2y (cm) y (cm) y (cm) 66 [(x 4.5t)2 + 3]444t=2s2 t=1s2 t = 1.5 s2x0 y (cm) 2 6 10 14 0 y (cm) 2 6 10 14x0 2 6 10 14x44 t = 2.5 s 2 t=3s2x0 2 6 10
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Chapter 17 SolutionsSince vlight &gt; vsound, d (343 m/s)(16.2 s) = 5.56 km17.1Goal Solution G: There is a common rule of thumb that lightning is about a mile away for every 5 seconds of delay between the flash and thunder (or ~3 s/km). Therefore,
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Chapter 18 Solutions18.1 The resultant wave function has the form y = 2A0 cos (a) sin kx t + 2 2( /4) = 2(5.00) cos = 9.24 m 2 2 A = 2A0 cos f=(b) *18.21200 = = 600 Hz 2 2We write the second wave function as y2 = A sin(kx t
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2.2.4 Multi-Component Phase EquilibriumApplictions and processes: &gt; Distillation &gt;Any other separation technique &gt;Absorbers/strippersPreviously we have focused on system with only one pure component or only one condensable component. Now we will
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Chapter 19 Solutions*19.1 (a) To convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius, we use TC = 5 5 (T 32.0) = (98.6 32.0) = 37.0C 9 F 9and the Kelvin temperature is found as T = TC + 273 = 310 K (b) In a fashion identical to that used in (a), we find TC = 20.
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Chapter 8 Network SecurityA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide con
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Chapter 7 Multimedia NetworkingA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slid
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Chapter 20 Solutions20.1 Taking m = 1.00 kg, we have Ug = mgh = (1.00 kg)(9.80 m/s2)(50.0 m) = 490 J But Ug = Q = mcT = (1.00 kg)(4186 J/kg C)T = 490 J Tf = Ti + T = (10.0 + 0.117)C so T = 0.117 CGoal Solution G: Water has a high specific heat, s
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Chapter 3 Transport LayerA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide cont
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2.3.6 NON IDEAL LIQUID-LIQUID OR LIQUID-GAS SYSTEMS Thought question: Is it better to store opened pop inside a fridge or on the counter? RAOULTS AND HENRY'S LAWS Concepts and Definition Raoult's Law:PAy A PTx A p * (T ) APa = partial pressur
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Chapter 5 Link Layer and LANsA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide
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Chapter 21 Solutions*21.1 One mole of helium contains Avogadro's number of molecules and has a mass of 4.00 g. Let us call m the mass of one atom, and we have NAm = 4.00 g/mol or m= 4.00 g/mol = 6.64 1024 g/molecule 6.02 1023 molecules/molm = 6.
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Chapter 4 Network LayerA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide conten
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Chapter 22 SolutionsW 25.0 J = = 0.0694 Qh 360 J22.1(a) (b)e=or6.94%Qc = Qh W = 360 J 25.0 J = 335 J e= W W 1 = = = 0.333 Q h 3W 3 or 33.3%22.2(a) (b)Qc = Qh W = 3W W = 2W Therefore, Q c 2W 2 = = Q h 3W 3 Qh Qc Qc W = =1 = 0.2
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Chapter 6 Wireless and Mobile NetworksA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) an
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Chapter 2 Application LayerA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide co
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Chapter 23 Solutions 10.0 grams electrons 24 23 atoms 47.0 = 2.62 10 N= 6.02 10 atom mol 107.87 grams mol # electrons added = Q 1.00 10 -3 C = = 6.25 1015 e 1.60 10 -19 C electron23.1(a)(b)or2.38 electrons for every 10 9 al
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Chapter 7 Entry Level Quiz Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following is a business or organizational customer? A. B. C. D. E. producers of goods or services. a retailer. a wholesaler. a government agency. All of the above are business and organizatio
Lehigh - CSE - 342
Chapter 1 IntroductionA note on the use of these ppt slides:We're making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). They're in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide content
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Chapter 24 Solutions24.1 (a) (b) (c) E = EA cos = (3.50 103)(0.350 0.700) cos 0 = 858 N m2/C = 90.0E = 0E = (3.50 103)(0.350 0.700) cos 40.0 = 657 N m2/C24.2E = EA cos = (2.00 104 N/C)(18.0 m2)cos 10.0 = 355 kN m2/C24.3E = EA
Lehigh - PHYS - 352
Midterm Phys 352 Name:1. (10pts) You have two lasers that can be changed in power: (1) Argon Laser (490nm) and a (2) Krypton laser (650nm). a. Determine the color code of a combination of 400mW from the Argon Laser and the 200mW from the Krypton la
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Homework 3 with Solutions1. An Ar laser emits 1 watts of continuous light (wavelength = 5.145 10-7 m) in a parallel beam of 2 mm diameter in vacuum. (Use tables in next pages, and write all units properly.) (A) What is the wavelength (in , nm, m,
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Chapter 25 Solutions25.1V = 14.0 V and Q = N A e = (6.02 1023)(1.60 1019 C) = 9.63 104 C V = W 4 Q , so W = Q(V) = ( 9.63 10 C)(14.0 J/C) = 1.35 J25.2K = q V q = 6.41 10-19 C7.37 10-17 = q(115)25.3W = K = q V1 2mv 2 = e(120 V
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1. (A) Find the thicknesses of a particular birefringent crystal (n1 = 1.4737 and n2 = 1.4714) needed to produce /4, /2, and retardation plates, respectively, for the Argon laser line ( = 488 nm).Retardation = d(n1 n2) d = (n1 n2)where (n
Arizona - PHYS - 241
Chapter 26 Solutions*26.1(a) (b)Q = C (V) = (4.00 106 F)(12.0 V) = 4.80 105 C = 48.0 C Q = C (V) = (4.00 106 F)(1.50 V) = 6.00 106 C = 6.00 C26.2(a)C=10.0 10 - 6 C Q = = 1.00 10 - 6 F = 1.00 F V 10.0 V Q 100 10 - 6 C = = 100 V C
Lehigh - PHYS - 352
Winter 1996HOMEWORK 4 with Solutions1. Find the image of the object for the single concave mirror system shown in Fig.1 (see next pages for worksheets) by: (a) measuring the radius R and calculating the focal length for the concave mirror, (b) dra
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HOMEWORK 2 with Solutions 1(a) A light beam is incident perpendicular on face A of an unsymmetric 30 prism of refractive index n = 1.5 as indicated. Determine with the appropriate laws and describe with a sketch how the beam propagates, considering b
University of Adelaide - HUM - 101
There has always been controversy about whether boys were smarter than girls. What do you think? Are there gender differences in IQ? If so, what are they? How can we prove it?Even after reading the chapter I think that boys shouldn't be underestima
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Chapter 27 SolutionsQ t27.1I=Q = I t = (30.0 106 A)(40.0 s) = 1.20 103 CN=Q 1.20 103 C = = 7.50 1015 electrons e 1.60 1019 C/electron*27.2The atomic weight of silver = 107.9, and the volume V is V = (area)(thickness) = (700 10-4
Lehigh - PHYS - 352
Homework 8 with Solutions (1) Using Stokes Vectors and Mller Matrices calculate the output polarization for an input polarzation of 45o after the following for elements in series i. Polarizer at 600 ii. Polarizer at 45o iii. /2 plate oriented with sl
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HOMEWORK V with Solutions1. (A) From the given location of C1 and C2 and the values of R1, R2, n, and d of the thick lens shown in Fig.1, determine its focal length, the location of its focal points, and principal planes. (Use the concepts and relat