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Bilkent University - EE - 442
Bilkent University - EE - 442
Bilkent University - EE - 442
Bilkent University - EE - 442
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Name:ID:Score:Section:/ 100EEE-424 Digital Signal Processing: Final-TermExam 2009/2010Duration: 2 hoursInstructions: No calculators, book or notes allowed. SHOW YOUR WORK! No credit forresults without explanations or steps!Q.1Given x[n] = cfw_1
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Name:ID:Score:Section:/ 100EEE-424 Digital Signal Processing: Final-TermExam 2010-05Duration: 2 hoursInstructions: No calculators, book or notes allowed. SHOW YOUR WORK! No credit forresults without explanations or steps!Q.1Let hI [n] be the id
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Name:ID:Score:Section:/ 100EEE-424 Digital Signal Processing: GrandQuiz 2010Duration: 60 minutesInstructions: No calculators, book or notes allowed. SHOW YOUR WORK! No credit forresults without explanations or steps!Q.1Consider the time domain
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Name:ID:Score:Section:/ 100EEE-424 Digital Signal Processing: GrandQuiz Spring 2011Duration: 70 minutesInstructions: No calculators, book or notes allowed. SHOW YOUR WORK! No credit forresults without explanations or steps!Q.1 Overlap-and-AddGi
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
EE 424 Digital Signal ProcessingQuiz # 1Fall 2010Duration: 45 minutesName:.Student ID:.Section:.Q1 ) Given the signal;x [ n ]=cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1 n= 0a)i) Interpolate this signal by 2 using the filter h [ n ]=cfw_1 ,41214,. Assu
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
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Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Bilkent University - EE - EE424
Name:ID:Score:Section:/ 100EEE-424 Digital Signal Processing: Mid-TermExam 2009Duration: 2 hoursInstructions: No calculators, book or notes allowed. SHOW YOUR WORK! No credit forresults without explanations or steps!Q.1Consider the continuous-t
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Experiment 1Solubility- ability of a solid or gas to dissolve in a liquidSolvent- solution doing the dissolvingSolute- substance being dissolvedMiscible- when two liquids can completely mix together with each otherImmiscible- when two layers formDen
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Physical and Chemical Properties Physical Properties: Attributes and characteristics that describe what the chemical speciesis.o Examples: color, melting point, density Chemical Properties: Attributes and characteristics that depend on how a chemical
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Synthesis of Potassium AlumAlums are a class of double salts with the formulaof MAl(SO4)212 H2O.M = alkali metal cation (Group 1A or +1 cation. The alum available in grocery stores ispotassium alum, KAl(SO4)212 H2O,potassium aluminum sulfate dodecah
LSU - CHEM - 1212
The Copper CycleIn this series of reactions, you will start with Cu(s)and then end with Cu(s). In theory, the finalamount of Cu should be the same as the initialamount of Cu.The reactions involved in this cycle allow us to lookat the different class
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Citric Acid inFruit JuicesBackground A titration is a technique to determine howmuch analyte (species being analyzed) ispresent in a sample. This done by reactingthe analyte with a known amount of titrant(species added in small increments by aburet
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Vitamin C in Fruit JuicesThis titration uses a reaction specific to theVitamin C (ascorbic acid). This reaction will beused to determine how much juice is needed tosatisfy the Daily Recommended Intake (DRI) ofVitamin C for adults.PART I:Find Molari
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Gas Law StoichiometryBackgroundOxygen gas (O2) will be generated by theenzyme catalyzed decomposition of H2O2.Using the Daltons Law, the Partial Pressureof O2 is calculated.The pressure, volume, and temperature of O2generated will be measured and u
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Paper ChromatographyBackground Chromatography is an analytical method to separate components of a mixture. In Paper Chromatography, the paper is the stationary phase or support. The solvent is the mobile phase, which carries the components of the sampl
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Determination of AspirinBackground The intensity of the color of a solution is directlyproportional to the concentration of the coloredspecies in the solution. In a spectrophotometer, light shines through asample solution and a detector measures the
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Melting Points of AntifreezeColligative Properties Colligative properties are properties of asolution which depend on the concentration ofsolute dissolved in the solvent. The freezing point of a solution is LOWER thanthe freezing point of the pure s
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Estimating pH Acids donate protons.In H2O, the proton is donated to H2O,producing the hydronium ion.HX + H2O H3O+ + XAcidic solutions have high concentrations of H+ (or H3O+) and low concentrations of OH. Bases accept protons.In H2O, the proton is
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Qualitative AnalysisQualitative Inorganic Analysis is the process of determining which metal cations are present in a known or unknown solution. Students work individually through this series of experiments.Basic termsPrecipitate: A solid formed as a r
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Qual Groups 1 & 2 UnknownExperiment You will be issued an Unknown solution.Immediately record the number of your unknown. Repeat the Groups 1 & 2 procedure, substitutingyour unknown solution for the known cationmixture in Step 1A1. Carefully record
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Qual Group 3 KnownGroup 3 FlowchartFe3+(aq), Ni2+(aq), Mn2+(aq), Zn2+(aq), Cr3+(aq)3A6 M NaOHFe(OH)3(s), Ni(OH)2(s), Mn(OH)2(s)[Zn(OH)4]2(aq), [Cr(OH)4](aq)3C6 M HNO33BH2O2Fe3+(aq), Ni2+(aq), Mn2+(aq)[Zn(OH)4]2(aq), CrO42(aq)3DKSCN3GNaBiO3
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Qual Group 3 UnknownGroup 3 FlowchartFe3+(aq), Ni2+(aq), Mn2+(aq), Zn2+(aq), Cr3+(aq)3A6 M NaOHFe(OH)3(s), Ni(OH)2(s), Mn(OH)2(s)[Zn(OH)4]2(aq), [Cr(OH)4](aq)3C6 M HNO33BH2O2Fe3+(aq), Ni2+(aq), Mn2+(aq)[Zn(OH)4]2(aq), CrO42(aq)3DKSCN3GNaBi
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Determination of Specific Heat andVarious Heats of ReactionsBackground A calorimeter is used to measure the heatexchanged in a chemical or physical change.Since the measurements are made atatmospheric conditions, heat (q) equals theenthalpy change
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Chemical Equilibrium Not all reactions go to completion or use up all ofthe reactants. Some instead reach a balance orequilibrium.At equilibrium, the forward rate of reaction(Reactants forming Products) equals the reverserate of reaction (Products f
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Kinetics: The Clock ExperimentBackground Kinetics is the study of reaction rates. Rate is how fast a reaction occurs, the change in concentration per change in time. Rate = () [Reactant] / time Rate constant equation or rate law shows the relationship b
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Various Reduction-Oxidation Reactions Reduction-Oxidation (redox) reactions involvethe transfer of e from one species to another.The REDUCED species gains electrons(or reduces its oxidation number).Cu+2(aq) + 2 e Cu(s)+2 (ox. #)0 (ox. #)The OXIDIZ
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Synthesis&PurificationofCoordinationCompoundAcoordinationcompoundisachemicalspeciesthatcontainsametalcationboundtoligands.Typicallythecationisboundin46placestoformcoordinationnumbers4(tetrahedral),5(trigonalbipyrimidal)or6(octahedral).Aligandisanio
LSU - CHEM - 1212
Calories from Fat in Peanutsand other NutsBackgroundFood scientists measure the energy producedby food combustion in kilocalories. TheCalories found on food labels are actuallykilocalories, abbreviated Cal.1000 calories = 1 kcal = 1 Cal Peanuts an
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
Bio 104 B1BlepharismaBlepharisma is a ciliate protozoan genus belonging to the class Ciliata, subclassSpirotricha, and order Heterotricha. It ranges in size from 150u to 300u and is considered to beone of the more evolved and complex creatures who are
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
April 29, 2011Final paperBoundlessThis movie is a story about a serial killer who steals the identities of the people he kills. It startsout the night at a bar with a bunch of guys joking , laughing and hitting on a good-lookingbartender. The night e
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
April 7th, 2011Film AppreciationComparison of ElementsThrough studying the film Crash Ive come to notice a few key elements that connect itto other movies we have seen in class. Crashs main objective is the fact that peoples lives affectthose who are
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
Film AppreciationFebruary 8, 2011Design Elements and Composition in the movie CrashLooking at the movie Crash we can dissect and find it full of mise en scene elementsthat draw the viewers attention to the silver screen at all times. It is important w
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
Film AppreciationCrashIt's the sense of touch. In any real city, you walk, you know? You brush past people, peoplebump into you. In L.A., nobody touches you. We're always behind this metal and glass. I thinkwe miss that touch so much, that we crash in
Nassau CC - PSYCHOLOGY - PSY 203
The Battle of OriginsIf we are going to teach creation science as an alternative to evolution, then we should alsoteach the stork theory as an alternative to biological reproduction.-Judith HayesAccording to religion, God created the universe and all t