Lab 3: Transfer Function Simulation Using GP6 Analog Computer
Abstract:
The purpose of the lab is to learn to use transfer functions to describe the inputoutput
relationship of a system, and create this on an analog computer. There were two problems, on
Lab 2: Magnitude and Time Scaling on GP6 Analog Computer
Abstract:
The purpose of the lab is to learn to use magnitude and time scaling to solve differential
equations for use on the GP6 analog computer. There were two problems, one which gave a
differe
ECON 461: Industrial Organization
Study Questions
Spring 2017
Lecture 1
What is the oligopoly problem, and why is it a problem for antitrust policy?
What categories of analysis do each of the letters in SCP stand for, in the context of industrial
orga
Lecture 5 Study Questions
1.) Suppose we have three markets, each characterized by the following inverse demand functions:
P1=100Q1
1
P2=150 Q 2
2
P3=2003 Q 3
a.) Using computer software (excel), calculate the price elasticity of demand of each market for
Lab 3: Transfer Function Simulation Using GP6 Analog Computer
Abstract:
The purpose of the lab is to learn to use transfer functions to describe the inputoutput
relationship of a system, and create this on an analog computer. There were two problems, on
ECON 461: Industrial Organization
Study Questions
Spring 2017
Lecture 2
The theoretical model of perfect competition has few (if any) true counterparts in the real
world. What are some markets that come close to approximating perfect competition?
A true
ECON 461: Industrial Organization
Study Questions
Joe Mazur
Spring 2017
Lecture 3: Cost 1
1. Suppose a firms cost function is given by
C(q) = 20 + 10q 4q 2 + q 3
(a) What is fixed cost?
(b) What is variable cost?
(c) Compute average cost, average fixed co
Lecture 6/7 Study Questions
1.) Suppose the inverse demand curve for a perfectly competitive market is:
P=abQ
Where there are N firms, each with the same constant marginal cost c, and each firm splits the
equilibrium quantity demanded,
Q ,equally such tha
Review Session Problems
1.) Let
P=195Q , where two firms are setting quantities with c ( qi ) =15 qi ,i=1,2
a.) What are the best response functions for each firm?
b.) What are the Cournot equilibrium outputs? Equilibrium price? Equilibrium profit?
c.) Wh
ECE 308
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Final Examination
12 May 2009
SPRING 2009
Name:
Instructions:
The examination lasts for 120 minutes and is an open book exam. No calculators permitted.
Do all your work on the pages in this exam booklet. Do not unstaple these p
ECE 308
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Examination #3
15 April 2009
SPRING 2009
Name:
Instructions:
The examination lasts for 75 minutes and is closed book, closed notes. No calculators
permitted. A table of properties of the discretetime Fourier transform is attac
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ECE 308
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Examination #1
16 February 2009
SPRING 2009
Name:
Instructions:
The examination lasts for 75 minutes and is closed book, closed notes. No calculators
permitted.
Do all your work on the pages in this exam booklet. Do not unstapl
ECE 308
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Examination #2
11 March 2009
SPRING 2009
Name:
Instructions:
The examination lasts for 75 minutes and is closed book, closed notes. No calculators
permitted. A table of properties of the Fourier transform is attached for your c