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University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - CHBE - 421
1. See page 309 of text book.2. Steam at 250 psi, 575F flows through a steel pipe (4.3&quot; OD, 2,7&quot; ID) at a rate of 1100lbm/hr.Estimate the value of h on the inside surface.Assume this is a turbulent pipe flow, and a cooling process.hi can be obtained f
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - CHBE - 421
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University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 12 SolutionsSec 6.4, No 1: For each of the following pairs of vectors z and w in C2 , compute (i) |z|, (ii)|w|, (iii) z, w , and (iv) w, z :4 + 2i4i(a) z =22+i,w =Solution:|z|2 = z, z = zH z ==4 + 2i4i4 + 2i 4i
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 11 SolutionsSec 6.1, No 1: Find the eigenvalues and the corresponding eigenspaces for each of the followingmatrices:3241(a) A =Solution:32410 = det(A I ) = det= (3 )(1 ) 8= 3 4 + 2 8 = 2 4 5 = ( 5)( + 1) = 5, 1F
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 7 SolutionsSec 5.1, No 1: Find the angle between the vectors v and w in each of the following:(a) v = (2, 1, 3)T , w = (6, 3, 9)TSolution: We use the resultcos =vT w2(6) + 1(3) + 3(9)42===12 + 12 + 32 62 + 32 + 92
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 6 SolutionsSec 4.1, No 5: Determine whether the following are linear transformations from R3 into R2 :(a) L(x) = (x2 , x3 )TSolution:L(x + y) = L(x1 + y1 , x2 + y2 , x3 + y3 )T )= (x2 + y2 , x3 + y3 )T= (x2 , x3 )T + (y
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 5 SolutionsSec 3.4, No 2: In Exercise 2 of Section 3.3, indicate whether the given vectors form a basis ofR3 .Solution: Parts (b), (c), and (d) of that question involved linearly dependent collections ofvectors and hence
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 4 SolutionsSec 3.3, No 2: Determine whether the following vectors are linearly independent in R3 :(a) 101 0 , 1 , 0 011Solution: We need to determine if the problem Ac = 0 has a non-trivial solution, where A isthe
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 2 SolutionsSec 1.4, No 9: Let00A=001000010000100001, A3 = 0000000000001000, A4 = 0000Show that An = O for n 4Solution:00A2 = 0000001000000000000000Since
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - MATH - 415
Math 415 Spring 2011 Homework 1 SolutionsSec 1.2, No 7: Give a geometric explanation of why an homogeneous linear system consistingof two equations in three unknowns must have innitely many solutions. What are the possiblenumber of solutions of a nonho
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
Hypergeomtric Distribution - DDN x n - x p( x ) =x = 0,1, 2, ., min( n, D)NnThe mean and variancenD D N - n nD2=1 - &amp; =NN N N - 1 Probability model for selecting a random sample of n items without replacement from a lot of N items of whic
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
February 3, 2011Gustavo Espinoza UIN: 518000677Natalia SimanUIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 22.1 Discuss the similarities between the Shewhart cycle and DMAIC.Both systems look for ways to improve quality and processes . The Shewhart cycle isknown as th
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
February 8, 2011Gustavo Espinoza UIN: 518000677Natalia SimanUIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 22.3 One of the objectives of the control plan in DMAIC is to hold the gain Whatthat this mean?By &quot;hold the gains&quot; it is meant to make sure that the gains are of
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
February 10, 2011Gustavo Espinoza UIN: 518000677Natalia SimanUIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 3Discuss the seven step method used for problem solving and process improvementThe Seven Step Method is used for improving problem solving and processes. It is d
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
February 17, 2011Gustavo Espinoza UIN: 518000677Natalia SimanUIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 31. What is the advantage of stem-and-leaf plots over frequency histograms?With frequency histograms, the identities of the individual observations are lost in t
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
ISEN 314Natalia SimanGustavo EspinozaLab Exercise # 11.1 Why is it difficult to define quality?Quality is difficult to define because it is a very subjective term, people have their owndefinition. Also, each person may look for different desirable c
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
March 2, 2011UIN:518000677Gustavo EspinozaNatalia SimanUIN:919001336ISEN 314Lab 5 HW3.7 Construct a histogram for the data provide, comment on the shape of thehistogram. Does it resemble any of the distributions that we have discussed inthis cha
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
ISEN 314 Statistical Quality ControlLab Exercise: 1The following table contains observed data for service times at a local hamburger place. Thesetimes include placing an order, paying and then getting a hamburger.0.021.395.023.043.451.850.834.3
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
February 24, 2011Gustavo Espinoza UIN: 518000677Natalia SimanUIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 41. Calculate estimates of the Mean, Variance and Standard deviation of this data by hand. For thevariance, use both (a) the second moment about the mean method
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
Rodrigo LandivarJonovan RogersLab 5 HWISEN 3143.7 Construct a histogram for the data provided. Does it resemble any of the distributions thatwe have discussed in this chapter?The distribution for this histogram is beta.3.20. Consider the data in Ex
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
Rodrigo LandivarJonovan RogersISEN 314 HW # 31. What is the advantage of stem-and-leaf plots over frequency histograms?One advantage to the stem-and-leaf plot over the histogram is that the stem-and-leaf plot displaysnot only the frequency for each i
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
Nominal: Categorical data and numbers that are simply used as identifiers or names represent anominal scale of measurement. Numbers on the back of a baseball jersey and your social securitynumber are examples of nominal data. If I conduct a study and I'
Texas A&M - ISEN - 314
March 9, 2011Gustavo EspinozaNatalia SimanUIN:518000677UIN: 919001336ISEN 314Lab 6 HW2.Let X denote a random variable having a binomial distribution with p=0.4and n=20. Use table 2 of the Appendix to evaluate:a. P(X6)b. P(X12)c. P(X=8)4. A com
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
DescribingProcessQualityBasicDefinitionsSampleAcollectionofmeasurementsselectedfromsomelargersourceorpopulation.ProbabilityDistributionAmathematicalmodelthatrelatesthevalueofthevariablewiththeprobabilityofoccurrenceofthatvalueinthepopulation.Rando
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Quality Controland Total Quality ManagementINTRODUCTIONSpring Semester.2010Dr Don T. Phillipsdrdon@tamu.edu845-5476Zach 242-DDEFINITIONQuality is conformance to requirementsor specifications (Crosby)Quality is fitness for use (Juran)Quality is
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Quality Controland Total Quality ManagementINTRODUCTIONFall Semester.2009Dr Don T. Phillipsdrdon@tamu.edu845-5476Zach 242-DDimensions of QualityDefinitions of QualityQuality means fitness for use- Quality of design- Quality of conformance- Qu
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework 5 Solution1.1a) I think that normal distributions are suitable assumption for x and y according to Central LimitTheorem. CLT tells us that when a lot of tiny random effects add together, then result will behave like anormal random variable, r
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework #6 SolutionProblem 1: [12 pts] Use the typing time data you collected during Lab #7.Typist A30.2154.56115.6972.65118.456.47Manuscript#1Manuscript#2Manuscript#3Manuscript#4Manuscript#5Manuscript#6Typist B55.3107.66240.22154.652
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
HW7 - Solution.1 [6 pts].Maximize: Z0 =x1 x2Subject to: n1 + n2 = N . n1 + 2 n22Since ( x1 x2 ) is fixed, an equivalent statement isMinimize : L =2122 12 2 122+=+n1n2n1N n12 2 2dL= 1 + 2 =0dn1n12 n2n1 1=n2 2Allocate N betwee
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework 8 Solution1. [8pts]Given = 1.5 , = 0.001 , n=4,UCL = 0 + Z 2LCL= 0 Z 2= 0 + 3.29= 0 + 1.645 ;n4= 0 3.29= 0 1.645 .n4Type II error isnn) ( Z / 2 )= (3.29 3) (3.29 3).= (0.29) ( 6.29) 0.61409 = ( Z / 2 2. [8 pts]Rule 1: c
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Solution for HW9For Problem 1-3 which is from lab experiment, please refer to the Excel file for the details.1. Using the first 25 samples as training data and get the following Control Chart:m = 25 , n = 3 , d 2 = 1.693 , d 3 = 0.888 ;X = 1.708 , R =
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework #10 SolutionProblem 1:See the Excel file for the individual X control chart.To estimate the sigma, we use x =MR x, where d2 is for n=2.d21m MRim 1 i=2MRi =| X i X i 1 |MR x =Problem2: See the excel file for the Xbar and R chart for n=
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework 11 Solution1. The total number of beads = 500, and the number of colored beads = 45.Thus, the population fraction of the colored beads isp c = 45 / 500 = 0.09 .Part 1:2.number of colored beads in a sample of 100 beads 13== 0.13 .100100
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework #1 SolutionQuestion 1.Acceptance Sampling: Given a lot of typed papers, select n pages as a sample and checkthe accuracy and cleanness on each page. If there is more than d inaccuracy and smudge,then reject the whole lot of typed papers. Othe
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
INEN314HW2Solution:1. Problem 2-2.2. Problem 2-4.(a) In ranked order, the data are cfw_948, 949, 950, 951, 953, 954, 955, 957, 959. The samplemedian is the also the middle value, x = 953 .1(b) Since the median is the value dividing the ranked sample
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Solution for HW3:Experiment 1:1a) Without replacement, so X follows Hypergeometric Distribution.P=0.5, n=4, D=10, N=20X= 0,1,2,3,4(# of heads in the sample) D N D x n x P(X = x) =Nn 10 20 10 0 4 0 = 0.0433So P(X = 0) =20 4 10 20
Blinn College - ISEN - 314
Homework 4 SolutionNote: For experiment 1 and 2, I just follow the date I use. For different data, the answer shouldbe different. But for that kind of word question, what we need to learn is how to interpret.Experiment 1.1a).histogram of X252015f
Princeton - BIOLOGY - 101
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MasteringPhysics: Assignment Print View1 of 6http:/session.masteringphysics.com/myct/assignmentPrint?assignmentI.Chapter 27 HomeworkDue: 8:00am on Monday, March 1, 2010Note: To understand how points are awarded, read your instructor's Grading Policy.
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