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510ExampleFinal-1 - 03-510 Example Final Exam Name SAVE ALL FILES FIRST TO YOUR LOCAL HARD DRIVE AND THEN DRAG A COPY TO THE DROPBOX ON THE

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03-510 Example Final Exam Name: ________________________ Page 1 of 7 SAVE ALL FILES FIRST TO YOUR LOCAL HARD DRIVE AND THEN DRAG A COPY TO THE DROPBOX ON THE BIOSERVER. YOU WILL RECEIVE NO CREDIT FOR A QUESTION IF THE FILENAMING CONVENTION IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY. KEEP COPIES OF ALL FILES FOR ONE WEEK IN CASE PROBLEMS WITH THE DROPBOX OCCUR. 1. (16 points) Consider the following biochemical system: A B + C C + D E + F with k 1 =0.1 sec -1 , k -1 =1 M -1 sec -1 , k 2 =0.2 M -1 sec -1 , and k -2 =0.05 M -1 sec -1 and A(0)=1 M, B(0)=0, C(0)=0.4 M, D(0)=0.5 M, E(0)=0, F(0)=0 Using Excel, create a spreadsheet model of the system. Use Euler s method with an integration interval that is constant for all steps. (a) How did you choose an integration interval? Why? (b) What is A(10), the value of A at 25 sec (to 2 significant digits)? (c) Create a graph within your spreadsheet showing A(t) vs. t and E(t) vs. t on the same axes for t=0 to 25 sec. Save your spreadsheet with a filename consisting of the characters Q1 followed by the code number shown below and your full name (e.g., Q1 707 John Public). Drop a copy in the dropbox on the BioServer. Code Number ________ k 1 k 2 k -1 k -2
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03-510 Example Final Exam Name: ________________________ Page 2 of 7 2 . (7 points) Consider the following plots describing a system of one state variable ( y ) that is a function of time ( t ) with one parameter ( r ). Each line shows the behavior of
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course BIO 510 taught by Professor Miller during the Fall '06 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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