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to Solutions the practice final: 1. D 2. E 3. D 4. E 5. B 6. E 7. C 8. E 9. C 10. A 11. C 12. C 13. E 15. A 14. C 16. A 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. B 21. C 22. D 23. C 24. A 25. E 26. C 27. A 28. E 29. E 30. C

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to Solutions the practice final: 1. D 2. E 3. D 4. E 5. B 6. E 7. C 8. E 9. C 10. A 11. C 12. C 13. E 15. A 14. C 16. A 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. B 21. C 22. D 23. C 24. A 25. E 26. C 27. A 28. E 29. E 30. C
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Purdue - MA - 527
MATH 527 PRACTICE PROBLEMS1. Which of the following are vector spaces?i) The set of all 3x3 matrices A such that det A = 0.12ii) The set of all 2x2 matrices A such that A=34iii) The set of all symmetric 3x3 matrices.A. iii) onlyB. i) and ii)C. i
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1. D2. E 3. D 4. E 5. B 6. E7. C8. E9. C10. A11. C12. C13. E14. A15. E16. C17. A18. B19. C20. A21. C22. D23. C24. A25. E26. C27. A28. E29. E30. C
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Purdue - MA - 527
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Purdue - MA - 527
MATH 527 PRACTICE PROBLEMS1. Which of the following are vector spaces?i) The set of all 3x3 matrices A such that det A = 0.12ii) The set of all 2x2 matrices A such that A=34iii) The set of all symmetric 3x3 matrices.A. iii) onlyB. i) and ii)C. i
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Solutions to the practice final:1. D2. E3. D4. E5. B6. E7. C8. E9. C10. A11. C12. C13. A14. E15. C16. A17. B18. C19. A20. B21. C22. D23. C24. A25. E26. C27. A28. E29. E30. C
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Fourier series/transform information for Exam 2.Fourier series: Let f (x) be a 2L-periodic function. Thenf (x) = a0 +an cosn=1nxnx+ bn sinLLwhere12L1an =L1bn =LLa0 =f (x)dxLLnxdxLLLnxf (x) sindxLLf (x) cosFourier transfo
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Laplace transform information for Exam 2.L(1) =L(tn ) =1sn!sn+11sasL(cos bt) = 2s + b2bL(sin bt) = 2s + b2easL(u(t a) =sasL( (t a) = eL(f ) = sF (s) f (0)L(f ) = s2 F (s) sf (0) f (0)L(eat ) =t1= L(f )s0atL(e f (t) = F (s a)L
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MA 527, Fall 2010, Purdue UniversitySample questions for exam 2Chapter 6: Laplace transforms. Denition, behavior under dierentiation andintegration, Laplace transforms of step and delta functions, t-shift, s-shift, convolution,periodic functions, and
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Sample for the Midterm 2 for MA5271. Find the inverse Laplace transform ofs2 +6(s2)(s2 +2s+2) .2. Find the inverse Laplace transform ofe3ss2 +4s+5 .3. Compute u(t 1) (e2t u(t) and its Laplace transform.4. Solve y (t) = 2t 4t0y ( )(t )d .5. Sol
Purdue - MA - 527
Sample for the Midterm 2 for MA5272s +61. Find the inverse Laplace transform of (s2)(s2 +2s+2) .Solution : Decompose the rational function into two:s2 + 6ABs + C=+.(s 2)(s2 + 2s + 2)s 2 s2 + 2s + 2A, B, C are easily computable by clearing fra
Purdue - MA - 527
MA 52700, 07/26/2010Peter ScheiblechnerMidterm Exam 2Your name:Your user ID (Purdue-email):11. Mark the following functions, whose Laplace transform exists due to theexistence theorem, with Y, and the others with N.f ( t) =11ttf (t) = eef ( t
Purdue - ME - 475
ME 475PROB 1:Textbook problem 8.1(Optional) HOMEWORK #11 SOLUTIONSpring 2009PROB 2:Textbook problem 8.4PROB 3:Textbook problems 8.6(a) and 8.7(a). Note: just use Tustins method.PROB 4:Textbook problems 8.8 and 8.20
Purdue - ME - 475
ME 475HOMEWORK #5 SOLUTIONOut: Feb. 12th, 2009 Due: Feb. 19th, 2009Spring 2009PROB 1: Control Design using Root Locus Magnitude and Phase Criterion (50%) Textbook problem 5.24 on page 302. Use the methodology outlined in 2/5 and 2/10 lectures. Set b =
Purdue - ME - 475
ME 475HOMEWORK #7Out: Mar. 5th, 2009PROB 1 (50%)Problem 6.43 on page 427.Due: Mar. 12th, 2009Spring 2009PROB 2 (50%)Problem 6.44 on page 427.
Purdue - ME - 475
ME 475HOMEWORK #8Out: Mar. 13th, 2009PROB 1 (40%)a) Problem 6.45b) Problem 6.48Due: Apr. 2nd, 2009Spring 2009PROB 2 (30%)Problem 6.47PROB 3 (30%)Problem 6.49
Purdue - ME - 475
ME 475HOMEWORK #9 SOLUTIONOut: Apr. 2nd, 2009PROB 1: (25%)Textbook problem 6.48 on page 428.Due: Apr. 9th, 2009Spring 2009PROB 2: (25%)Textbook problem 6.50 on page 429.PROB 3: (50%)Textbook problem 10.8 on page 795.
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ME 475HOMEWORK #10 SOLUTIONOut: Apr. 9th, 2009PROB 1: (30%)Textbook problem 6.19.Due: Apr. 23rd, 2009Spring 2009PROB 2: (40%)Textbook problem 6.24.PROB 2: (30%)Textbook problem 6.22.
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:MSE 230- REC 5&amp;6QUIZ # 61. PolymersAn alternating copolymer has the following molecular weight distribution.Molecular weight range (g/mol)Number fraction (xi)0-100000.110000-200000.5520000-300000.35Calculate the number average molecular
Purdue - MSE - 230
Purdue - MSE - 230
Purdue - MSE - 230
NAME:MSE 230-RECQUIZ #3 (30 pts)1. Place either TRUE or FALSE in the space provided for the following statements. (3 points each)plastic_F_Hardness is a measure of a materials resistance to localized elastic deformation_T_Failure by fatigue occurs a
Purdue - MSE - 230
NAME:MSE 230-REC5&amp;6QUIZ #3 (30 pts):Fe-C diagram (0 &lt; wt % C&lt; 6.70)L(Liquid )+L (Austenite)L+ Fe3C+ Fe3C + + Fe3CFe3C(Cementite)1.Fill in the phase diagram with the following phases and combination of phases. ( Ferrite)+L2. (Austenite) +
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:MSE 230- REC 5&amp;6QUIZ # 5Crystal structures: Calculate the minimum cation to anion radius ratio for a coordination number of 8.Hint: Use the CsCl crystal structure and assume that anions and cations are just touching along the cubediagonals and t
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:Solution_MSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz #6 (30 pts)1. (16 points) The following factors influence the tensile strength of a semicrystalline polymer, firstchoose increase or decrease and then BRIEFLY EXPLAIN THE REASON:(a) Increase molecular weight:
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:Solution _MSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz 1 (30 pts)1. True or False: (10 pts)Covalent bonding is stronger than metallic bonding.TrueMaterials with ionic bonding have good electrical conductivity.FalseBCC is a close-packed crystal structure.False
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:Solution_MSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz #2 (30 pts)1. Fill the following terms in a Stress-strain curve: (14 pts)(A) Elastic region;(D) Yield strength;(G) Fracture(B) Plastic region;(E) Tensile strength;(C) Elastic modulus;(F) Necking begins;
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:Solution_MSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz #3 (30 pts)Choose one or fill in the blanks1.(10 pts) Fatigue is a form of failure that occurs in structures subjected to (static / dynamic) stresses.(A)(B)(A) For some Fe and Ti alloys, there is a limitin
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:SolutionMSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz #4 (30 pts)1.(24 pts) The following question deals with the phase diagram of steel with 1.0 wt.% carbonthat has been cooled to 700C.(2 pts) a.At 700C, the maximum solubility of carbon (C) in iron (Fe) is appro
Purdue - MSE - 230
Name:Solution_MSE 230 (Spring 2008)Quiz #5 (30 pts)1. Stress-strain Curve of Ceramics (10 pts)A ceramic, ZrO2, has a theoretical density of 6 g/cm3. A cylinder of ZrO2, formed by pressing a powderof ZrO2 in a die at room temperature, has a measured
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Quiz 51. True/Falsea. The main general differences between metals and ceramics are that metals have ahigher K1C, a higher CTE, and higher electrical conductivity. _True_b. Ceramics show no ductility when put under a load. _True_c. Ceramics are more d
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UCF - EIN - 4243C
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