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501E MAK Engineering Mathematics Fall 2011 2012 HOMEWORK 1 Due Date : 03.11.2011 for all groups Solve the problems given below without using your computer. 1) Solve the following differential equation using the method of undetermined coefficients. (30 points) y v 5 y '' 36 y = x 2 + sin 2 Solve x 2) the following differential equation by using the Frobenius Method. (40 points) ( x 2 1) y '' 2 xy '+ 2 y = 0...

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501E MAK Engineering Mathematics Fall 2011 2012 HOMEWORK 1 Due Date : 03.11.2011 for all groups Solve the problems given below without using your computer. 1) Solve the following differential equation using the method of undetermined coefficients. (30 points) y v 5 y '' 36 y = x 2 + sin 2 Solve x 2) the following differential equation by using the Frobenius Method. (40 points) ( x 2 1) y '' 2 xy '+ 2 y = 0 3) Reduce the given differential equation by using the indicated transformation and solve the Bessels equation. (30 points) xy '' y '+ 4 xy = 0 Transformation: y = ux 1
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Downsampling,Upsampling, andReconstructionM.H. Perrott2007A-to-D and its relation to samplingDownsampling and its relation to samplingUpsampling and interpolationD-to-A and reconstruction filteringFilters and their relation to convolutionCopyrigh
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Signal ProcessingApplications in MechatronicsApplicationsAssist. Prof. Hlya Yalne-mail: hulyayalcin@gmail.comTel: 0212-293-1300 ext:2580Class hours: Monday 9:30- 12:30Office hours: Monday 14:30- 16:30 and anytime through emailAddress: Room 31
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Signal ProcessingApplications in MechatronicsApplicationsAssist. Prof. Hlya Yalne-mail: hulyayalcin@gmail.comTel: 0212-293-1300 ext:2580Class hours: Monday 9:30- 12:30Office hours: Monday 14:30- 16:30 and anytime through emailAddress: Room 31
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