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Course: EEL 3003, Fall 2011
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University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 2: Resistive circuitsProblem 2.51
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 2: Resistive circuitsProblem 2.652Problem 2.65Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 2: Resistive circuitsIrwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 2:
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 2: Resistive circuitsProblem 2.692Problem 2.69Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 2: Resistive circuits
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 2: Resistive circuitsProblem 2.1102Problem 2.110Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 2: Resistive circuitsIrwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 2
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CIRCUITS11ELECTRICCIRCUITISANINTERCONNECTIONOFELECTRICALCOMPONENTS2 T E R M I N A L S C O M P O N E N Tabc h a r a c t e r i z e d b y t h ec u r r e n t t h r o u g h i t a n dt h e v o l t a g e d i f f e r e n c eb e t w e e n t e r m i n a l
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University of Florida - EEL - 3003
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.4
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.62Problem 3.6Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.112Problem 3.11Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.14
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.55
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.56
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University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.712Problem 3.71Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.79
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E1SOLUTION:Chapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis TechniquesProblem 3.842Problem 3.84Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/EChapter 3: Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 1DIE5.14 Find 10 in the circuitin Fig. P5.14 using superposition.6 ka12V6 ka6 k!l6kOFigure P5.14SOLUTION:Yo' +I o 'IlK.(I s ) (I~f) ~_~4-15&quot;ct.tt=_ -'1+51:.iIixi6/(.ItG1&lt;.Chapter 5: Add
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Irwin, Basic Engineertng Circuit Analysis, 10/E5.17 Use superposition to find 10 in the circuit in Fig. P5.l7.12 mA12~f,&quot;'G/c.iI!iiChapter 5: Additional Analysis TechniquesProblem 5.17:.:Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10/E2Io
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 1OlE5 .22 Use superposition to find 10 in the network in Fig. P5.22.t12VSmA10i3 kfi'00'01.1,4 k!lSV,k:S illF igure PS.22SOLUTION:~'GChapter 5: AdditionalAnalysis TechniquesProblem 5.22Irwin
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Irwin, Basic Engineering CircuitAnalysis, 1OlE5.33 Use Thevenin's theorem to find 1. in the circuit usingFig. P5.33.2 kll12V4 kfi4 kfi2 kfiFigure P5.33SOLUTION:/1/:t.--l1/-6k,21.4-1:.4-1:.Voc(1, - i) -t 4 t I:.I2b t 1/:. .2 4-r -
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 1DIE15 .38 Find Vo in the circuit in Fig. PS.38 using Thevenin'stheorem.1 2V_ -.(-+l-~,~\j2 k fl+4 mA 1 kflVo1 k flf~:.:2 kflFigure PS.38. ,SOLUTION:i lL81:.1, - ;ik. 1 2-;:'1 :;:. ~2.31c/
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1Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 1OlE5 .40 Find 10 in the circuit in Fig. PS.40 usingThevenin'stheorem.1 2V2 kO1 kO2 kO1 kGFigure PS.40SOLUTION:\k.- VOC - 11- - ). k.VOCC hapter 5: Additional Analysis Techniques(1=)s: 0- 16VPr
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Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis. 10/E5 .41 Findv, in the network in Fig. PS.41 using Thevenin'st heorem.no'I4mA11 2Vt-+2 kn21&lt;01 knFigure P5.41S OLUTION:Il~&gt;~I').ktlL+VCO\l--tJlit. err --t 2 k.3cfw_ - -I'J..3l~ 1.r
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University of Florida - EEL - 3003
University of Florida - EEL - 3003
Irwin, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10lE5.19 Calculate the maximum power that can be transferredto Rin Fig. P5.109.6 kO1 0 k !l1 0kO2 kil6V9V3 mAFigure P5.109SOLUTION:-\jDe-1~Vt&amp;nA A B0-r-Mi'vL-~6k.JL.-t&quot;1/ VDC-21.Sl.GV tiDl:.Q
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University of Florida - EEL - 3003
LSU - BIO101 - 49983
Chapter 11: Family1. Family2. Family3. Familyis a social institutionis difficult to define- a group of kin united by blood, marriage, or adoption who shares acommon residence for some part of their lives and assume reciprocalrights and obligations
UMiami - FIN - 302
Chapter3Homework_x000D_FIN302_x000D_3.1AssetsCashandMarketableSecuritiesAccountsReceivableInventoryNetFixedAssetsOtherAssetsTotalAssets\$25,135.0043,758.00167,112.00325,422.0013,125.00\$574,552.003.5CurrentAssetsCashandMarketableSecurities
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Chapter5Homework5.1NI/YPVPMTFV5.7NI/YPVPMTFVFIN30210years8%/year\$25,000.000\$53,973.12Quarterly20quarters N2.2%/quarter I/Y\$100,000.00 PV0 PMT\$154,154.24 FV5.9NI/YPVPMTFV6years7.6%/year\$16,108.910\$25,000.005.11NI/YPV
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Chapter6Homework6.31234\$625\$700\$700\$750FV1=\$750x1.0575FV2=\$700x(1.0575)2FV3=\$700x(1.0575)3FV4=\$625x(1.0575)4Totalfuturevalue:\$793.13\$782.81\$827.83\$781.63\$3,185.406.612345\$1,133,676\$978,452\$275,455\$878,326\$1,835,444PV1=\$1,133
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Chapter7Homework7.3Expectedreturn=(.1*\$300,000)+(.9*\$40,000)Expectedreturn=\$30,000+\$36,000Expectedreturn=\$66,000Standarddeviation=sqrt(.1*\$300,000^2+.9*40,000^2)(.1*\$300,000+.9*\$40,000)^2)Standarddeviation=sqrt(6,084,000,000)Standarddeviation=\$78,0
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Chapter8NI/YPVPMTFVNI/YPVPMTFVNI/YPVPMTFVNI/YPVPMTFVNI/YPVPMTFVEAYNI/YPVPMTFV8.38.58.108.148.208.246semiannualperiods2.9emiannualmarketrateofinterest\$1,008.15presentvalue\$30.5semiannually\$1000facevalue10semiannua
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9.1012345D0\$2.15PVD130%\$2.80\$2.45D230%\$3.63\$2.80D318%\$4.29\$2.89D418%\$5.06\$3.00D518%\$5.97\$3.109.3ZerogrowthdividendR13%D1\$3.56PV\$27.38D1R9.8ConstantgrowthdividendR14%D1\$2.25Growth\$0.08PV1\$37.50PV034.879.9
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Chapter11Homework11.6MarketvalueTaxonGain:1,000,00060,000=\$940,000Marketvalue+TaxonLoss:6,000,000+60,000=\$660,00011.13CFNPVCFoC01F1\$(200.00)\$(300.00)3INPV14.40%\$891.8411.14BondA3%BondB[nominal=(1+real)*(1+inflation)]ChooseBondA1+k=(
UMiami - MKT - 201
Chapter 1Learning ObjectivesWhat is the role of marketing in organizations?How do marketers create value for a product or service?Why is marketing important both within and outside the firm? Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and process
UMiami - MKT - 201
MKT 201Chapter 1 Important questions1. What is the definition of marketing?a. Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, capturing,communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value.2. Marketing is ab
UMiami - MKT - 201
The marketing strategy outlines specific actions a firm intends to implement to appeal topotential customersoIdentifies a firms target market , a related marketing mix (product, price, place,promotion), and the bases upon which the firm plans to buil
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1. What are the various components of a marketing strategy?a. Identifies a firms target markets, a related marking mix, and the bases upon which thefirm plans to build a sustainable competitive advantage2. List the four macro strategies that can help a
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Marketers must understand the immediate environment: the companys capabilities,competitors, and competitive intelligence, and the companys corporate partnersoIn the immediate environment, the first factor that affects the consumer is the firmitselfo
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1. What are the components of the immediate environmenta. In the immediate environment, the f i rst factor t hat affects the consumeris the f i rm itselfb. The second factor is competition a lso significantly affects consumes int he immediate environm
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Chapter 5 Consumer BehaviorI. The Consumer Decision Processa. Need Recognitioni. Consumer decision process begins when consumers recognize that they have anunsatisfied need and want to go from their actual state to a desired state1. Functional needs
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Chapter 5 Questions1. Name the five stages in the consume decision process.a. Need recognitionb. Search for informationc. Evaluation of Alternativesd. Purchase and Consumptione. Post purchase2. What differences mark the way a highly involved versus
UMiami - MKT - 201
Chapter 7Globalization refers to the process by which goods, services, capital, people, information,and ideas flow across national bordersoGlobal markets are the result of several fundamental changes, such as reductions oreliminations of trade barrie
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1. What are the key metrics that can help analyze the economic environment of a country?a. To asses a countrys market, four things are assessed: economic analysis,infrastructure and technological analysis, government actions or inactions, andsociocultu
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Chapter 8: Segmentation, Targeting, and PositioningI. Introa. Coca-Colas growth was driven largely by disciplined marketing, buttoday the company faces the challenge of a mature cola marketitssolution is a new approach to product development, creating
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Marketing Chapter 8 Questions1. Identify the steps in the segmentation processa. Step 1: Establish Overall Strategy or Objectivesb. Step 2: Describe Segmentsc. Step 3: Evaluate Segment Attractivenessd. Step 4: Select Target Markete. Step 5: Identify
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1. What are the steps in the marketing research process?a. Step 1: Defining Objectives and Research Needsb. Step 2: Designing the Research projectc. Step 3: Data Collectiond. Step 4: Analyzing Datae. Step 5: Presenting results2. What is the differen
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Chapter 10: Product, Branding, and Packaging DecisionsI. Introa. Nike, facing lower sales after the running shoe fad of the 80s died down, madean endorsement deal with Michael Jordan that went contrary to the typicalbelief that a company shouldnt inve