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VECTORS AND VECTOR CALCULUS
Basic Definitions A scalar is a quantity that can be completely described by means of a single number which measures its magnitude, in appropriate units. A vector is a quantity that needs to be specified by its magnitude and di
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COMPLEX NUMBERS
The simple algebraic equation
x2 + 1 = 0
has no solution in terms of real numbers. To overcome this limitation, we introduce the unit imaginary element i, defined as
i = 1
In terms of this imaginary element, the solution of the above equat
American College of Computer & Information Sciences
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ME 1331

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ME1302 ASSIGNMENT DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION MARKING SCHEME Differentiation (35 marks): Question 1a (4 marks): 2 marks for hand calculation, 2 marks for MATLAB calculation Question 1b (4 marks): 2 marks for hand calculation, 2 marks for MATLAB calcul
American College of Computer & Information Sciences
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ME 1331

Spring 2011
ME1331 Manufacturing Assignment 2010/11 Lecturer: Dr. Alasdair Cairns Office: Howell H127
You are given a choice of the four subjects numbered below. Choose one subject only. You may use the lecture notes, books, technical journals or the internet. Report
American College of Computer & Information Sciences
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ME1331
Report Writing
Lecturer: Dr. R. Mokhtarzadeh
RmokhtarzadehME1307
What kind of reports do we write?
Laboratory reports Assignment reports Project reports Essays
RmokhtarzadehME1307
Writing reports
Assuming that all the information for the report h
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ME1331 Problem Sheet 3
Dr. M. K. Darwish 1) Calculate the load current, load voltage, load power, diode power, and total power in the opposite circuit using: (a) Idealdiode approximation. (b) Second approximation. (c) Third approximation where the 1N4001
American College of Computer & Information Sciences
maths
ME 1331

Spring 2011
ME1331 Problem Sheet 1
Dr. M. K. Darwish
1) abcd
Find the total resistance. Calculate the current I. Determine the voltages V1, V2, and V3. Calculate the power dissipated by R1, R2 and R3. e Determine the power delivered by the source and compare to the