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School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
School: Princeton
Course: The Scientific Revolution And European Order, 15001750
David Grauer May 21, 2007 Nisbett, Wed. 2:30 Identifications 1) This passage belongs to Chapter One of Ren Descartes' The World or Treatise on Light. The main concern of this passage is Descartes reluctance to accept his eyes' "sensation of light" as
School: Princeton
Question1(7marks) Thefollowingareindependentstatementsconcerningcertainauditingissues. Required Indicatewhetheryouagreeordisagreewitheachstatement,andexplainyourreasoning. a. Eachofthefollowingchanges(consideredindependentlyandholdingotherthings constant
School: Princeton
Course: Analysis In Several Variables
Mathematics 218: Analysis in Several Variables Professor Robert Gunning Fall Term 2009 Seventh Problem Set Rik Sengupta December 4, 2009 1 Group 1 1. In R4 consider the differential forms 1 = x1 dx2 + x3 dx4 2 = (x2 + x2 )dx1 dx2 + (x2 + x2 )dx3 dx4 1 3 2
School: Princeton
Course: Plato And His Predecessors
Christian Villaran HIS 292  History of Modern Science The LeibnizClarke Correspondence Response Reading letters that Newton and Leibniz both architected was really quite interesting in itself, but what first caught my attention was how heavily infl
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Author/ Work C. Wright Mills "The Promise of Sociology" M Sociological Imagination  need quality of mind t What is this quality of mind? 1. locating oneself 2. making connections between biography and histo 3. make connections between larger forc
School: Princeton
Course: Analysis In Several Variables
Mathematics 218: Analysis in Several Variables Professor Robert Gunning Fall Term 2009 Seventh Problem Set Rik Sengupta December 4, 2009 1 Group 1 1. In R4 consider the differential forms 1 = x1 dx2 + x3 dx4 2 = (x2 + x2 )dx1 dx2 + (x2 + x2 )dx3 dx4 1 3 2
School: Princeton
Course: Plato And His Predecessors
Christian Villaran HIS 292  History of Modern Science The LeibnizClarke Correspondence Response Reading letters that Newton and Leibniz both architected was really quite interesting in itself, but what first caught my attention was how heavily infl
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Author/ Work C. Wright Mills "The Promise of Sociology" M Sociological Imagination  need quality of mind t What is this quality of mind? 1. locating oneself 2. making connections between biography and histo 3. make connections between larger forc
School: Princeton
Course: Financial Investments
ECO 362: Financial Markets Solutions for Fall 2008 Final Exam INSTRUCTIONS You have 3 hours to complete this exam. This exam is closed book and closed notes, except for one 8x11 cheat sheet. Calculators are allowed. There are 21 questions for a total of 1
School: Princeton
Course: Optimization
ORF307EGR307_S2008 Optimization Alexandre d'Aspremont Optimization of deterministic systems, focusing on linear programming. Model formulations, the simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality theory, network models, nonlinear programming. Applica
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
4 PARAMETRIC REGRESSION This chapter provides an introduction to several types of regression analysis: simple and multiple linear, as well as simple polynomial and nonlinear. In all cases we identify the regression function in a parametric family, hence t
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 14: MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS PLANNING (MRP) AND ERP TRUE/FALSE 1. Wheeled Coach obtains competitive advantage through MRP in part because of their excellent record integrity and insistence on record accuracy. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. MR
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
MODULE C: TRANSPORTATION MODELS TRUE/FALSE 1. The transportation model is an excellent tool for minimizing shipping costs among existing facilities, but it is not useful when firms consider new facility locations. False (Introduction, easy) 2. The transpo
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 7: PROCESS STRATEGY TRUE/FALSE 1. Dell's approach to personal computer manufacturing is to use a product focus, which gives the company its lowcost competitive advantage. False (Global company profile, easy) 2. A firm's process strategy is its ap
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 12: INVENTORY MANAGEMENT TRUE/FALSE 1. According to the global company profile, Amazon.com's advantage in inventory management comes from its almost fanatical use of economic order quantity and safety stock calculations. False (Global company prof
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 1: OPERATIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY TRUE/FALSE 1. Some of the operationsrelated activities of Hard Rock Caf include designing meals and analyzing them for ingredient cost and labor requirements. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. The production pr
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 13: AGGREGATE PLANNING TRUE/FALSE 1. High levels of efficiency at AnheuserBusch are the result of excellence in aggregate planning and in high facility utilization. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. Aggregate planning occurs over the medium
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
School: Princeton
Question1(7marks) Thefollowingareindependentstatementsconcerningcertainauditingissues. Required Indicatewhetheryouagreeordisagreewitheachstatement,andexplainyourreasoning. a. Eachofthefollowingchanges(consideredindependentlyandholdingotherthings constant
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 1 Due at the beginning of class on Wed, September 26, 2007 Problem 1 Prove that if x 1, then for any integer n 0, (1 + x)n > nx. Solution: We will strengthen the inductive hypothesis: we wi
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 11 Due on Friday, December 14, 2007 For this homework, read Section 5.3 on Mapping Reducibility in the notes distributed in class. Problem 1 Recall that ET M = { M M is a TM and L(M ) = }. Pr
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 3 Monday, January 14, 2008 Problem 1 An algebraic number is a complex number that is a root of a polynomial with integer coefficients. Is the set of algebraic numbers countable ? Soluti
School: Princeton
Course: Corporate Finance And Financial Institut
47. The common stock of Eddie's Engines Corp. sells for $25.71 a share. The stock is expected to pay $1.80 per share next month when the annual dividend is distributed. Eddie's has established a pattern of increasing its dividends by 4% annually and expe
School: Princeton
Course: The Scientific Revolution And European Order, 15001750
David Grauer May 21, 2007 Nisbett, Wed. 2:30 Identifications 1) This passage belongs to Chapter One of Ren Descartes' The World or Treatise on Light. The main concern of this passage is Descartes reluctance to accept his eyes' "sensation of light" as
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer October 19, 2007 Arsenic uptake, speciation and tolerance in the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata Introduction Arsenic is a metalloid element present throughout the world's soils in varying concentrations. Typically, the concentrations ra
School: Princeton
Course: Neoclassicism Through Impressionism
Running head: WW II 1 WW II Students name Professors name Institution Dates 2 WW II LESSON 1 IRIYE 1) When did WWII begin in Asia? In 1931, Japan expanded to East Asia following invasion of Manchuria and this went on to 1937 when China was brutally attack
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Enatioselective OrganoSOMO Catalysis: A Proposed Synthesis Route for David Grauer dgrauer@princeton.edu react, thus producing a specific and consistent stereochemistry in the products. Design Plan This synthesis plan is designed to begin wit
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer December 14, 2007 JP 3 Mixture Analysis Techniques in Present and Future Applications With a concentration on various hostgut microbial interactions 1.1 Introduction It is rare to find simple mixtures in natural systems. Solutions and f
School: Princeton
Course: Fish
Works Cited Conko, Gregory, and C. S. Prakash. "Can GM Crops Play a Role in Developing Countries?" Biotechnology and Developing Countries: The Potential and the Challenege 2 (2004): n. pag. AgBioWorld. Web. 14 June 2015. Cornell University. "Soil Erosion
School: Princeton
Course: General Chemistry I
Balanced Equations: 1. 2Al + 2KOH 2KAl(OH)4 + 3H2 2. 2KAl(OH)4 + H2SO4 2Al(OH)3 + K2SO4 + 2H20 3. 2Al(OH)3 + 3H2SO4 + K2SO4 Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 + 6H20 4. Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 +24H20 2KAl(SO4)2 * 12H20 %yield = Actual Yield/Theoretical Yield * 100% Theoretical
School: Princeton
Course: General Chemistry I
10/10/13 Sencer Selcuk CHM 201 CoCrystallization of an Organic Dye with Kalinite Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to synthesize Kalinite, a crystalline structure, from aluminum and then to produce crystals. We question whether the two types of dye, B
School: Princeton
Course: Organic Chemistry II  Biological Emphasis
Diels Alder Experiment Tuesday Lab David Grauer Jimin Kim Purpose: This lab revolved around the Diels Alder reaction of a dienophile, maleic anydride, with two different dienes (1,3 cyclohexadiene and furan) and the testing of Alder's Rule. By me
School: Princeton
Course: Organic Chemistry II  Biological Emphasis
Synthesis of a Bromonitroaniline David Grauer Jimin Kim Tuesday Lab Purpose: We wanted to synthesize Bromonitroaniline from aniline. We also sought to determine the predominant isomer formed using melting point analysis. Procedure: Starting with ani
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer November 5, 2007 CHM 371 Ferrocene Synthesis and Physical Properties of the pibonded organometallic compound: Ferrocene Introduction: This lab was centered on the compound ferrocene and its oxidized twin, ferrocinium. It was essentiall
School: Princeton
Course: Fish
Works Cited "A Brief Aboriginal History." Aboriginal Heritage. Aboriginal Heritage Office, 2015. Web. 28 Jan. 2015. Cavendish, Richard. "The Australian Gold Rush Begins." The Australian Gold Rush Begins. History Today, Feb. 2001. Web. 29 Jan. 2015. "Europ
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
School: Princeton
Course: The Scientific Revolution And European Order, 15001750
David Grauer May 21, 2007 Nisbett, Wed. 2:30 Identifications 1) This passage belongs to Chapter One of Ren Descartes' The World or Treatise on Light. The main concern of this passage is Descartes reluctance to accept his eyes' "sensation of light" as
School: Princeton
Question1(7marks) Thefollowingareindependentstatementsconcerningcertainauditingissues. Required Indicatewhetheryouagreeordisagreewitheachstatement,andexplainyourreasoning. a. Eachofthefollowingchanges(consideredindependentlyandholdingotherthings constant
School: Princeton
Course: Analysis In Several Variables
Mathematics 218: Analysis in Several Variables Professor Robert Gunning Fall Term 2009 Seventh Problem Set Rik Sengupta December 4, 2009 1 Group 1 1. In R4 consider the differential forms 1 = x1 dx2 + x3 dx4 2 = (x2 + x2 )dx1 dx2 + (x2 + x2 )dx3 dx4 1 3 2
School: Princeton
Course: Plato And His Predecessors
Christian Villaran HIS 292  History of Modern Science The LeibnizClarke Correspondence Response Reading letters that Newton and Leibniz both architected was really quite interesting in itself, but what first caught my attention was how heavily infl
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Author/ Work C. Wright Mills "The Promise of Sociology" M Sociological Imagination  need quality of mind t What is this quality of mind? 1. locating oneself 2. making connections between biography and histo 3. make connections between larger forc
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 1 Due at the beginning of class on Wed, September 26, 2007 Problem 1 Prove that if x 1, then for any integer n 0, (1 + x)n > nx. Solution: We will strengthen the inductive hypothesis: we wi
School: Princeton
Course: Financial Investments
ECO 362: Financial Markets Solutions for Fall 2008 Final Exam INSTRUCTIONS You have 3 hours to complete this exam. This exam is closed book and closed notes, except for one 8x11 cheat sheet. Calculators are allowed. There are 21 questions for a total of 1
School: Princeton
Course: General Chemistry I
Balanced Equations: 1. 2Al + 2KOH 2KAl(OH)4 + 3H2 2. 2KAl(OH)4 + H2SO4 2Al(OH)3 + K2SO4 + 2H20 3. 2Al(OH)3 + 3H2SO4 + K2SO4 Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 + 6H20 4. Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 +24H20 2KAl(SO4)2 * 12H20 %yield = Actual Yield/Theoretical Yield * 100% Theoretical
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer October 19, 2007 Arsenic uptake, speciation and tolerance in the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata Introduction Arsenic is a metalloid element present throughout the world's soils in varying concentrations. Typically, the concentrations ra
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 11 Due on Friday, December 14, 2007 For this homework, read Section 5.3 on Mapping Reducibility in the notes distributed in class. Problem 1 Recall that ET M = { M M is a TM and L(M ) = }. Pr
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 3 Monday, January 14, 2008 Problem 1 An algebraic number is a complex number that is a root of a polynomial with integer coefficients. Is the set of algebraic numbers countable ? Soluti
School: Princeton
Course: Neoclassicism Through Impressionism
Running head: WW II 1 WW II Students name Professors name Institution Dates 2 WW II LESSON 1 IRIYE 1) When did WWII begin in Asia? In 1931, Japan expanded to East Asia following invasion of Manchuria and this went on to 1937 when China was brutally attack
School: Princeton
Course: Optimization
ORF307EGR307_S2008 Optimization Alexandre d'Aspremont Optimization of deterministic systems, focusing on linear programming. Model formulations, the simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality theory, network models, nonlinear programming. Applica
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
4 PARAMETRIC REGRESSION This chapter provides an introduction to several types of regression analysis: simple and multiple linear, as well as simple polynomial and nonlinear. In all cases we identify the regression function in a parametric family, hence t
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Enatioselective OrganoSOMO Catalysis: A Proposed Synthesis Route for David Grauer dgrauer@princeton.edu react, thus producing a specific and consistent stereochemistry in the products. Design Plan This synthesis plan is designed to begin wit
School: Princeton
Course: Financial Investments
> & with & Additionally, >Net present Value: The IRR: may have a lower IRR but higher NPV). >Equivalent annualized cost: A(asset price, discount rate, number of periods) . G=growth rate of C, k=discount rate . Use NPV to rank across projects, not IRR (pro
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Lecture 8 Addition to Asch reading. In real life, groups need agreement to function despite some incorrect judgments. In real life, people are not being asked about something wrong. To say anything requires a leap. Networks Networks are direct and i
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Lecture 16 Sociology of Inequality Trends in US Inequality Postwar period (19471973) "a rising tide lifts all boats" working and middle class families benefited disproportionately compared to upper class Recent decades (1973 present) "a rising tid
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Electrochemical and photophysical study of a hydrogen evolving, photoactive iridium complex and cobalt electron relay David Grauer January 15, 2008 Introduction Much time, energy and resource has been invested recently in alternative fuel
School: Princeton
Course: General Chemistry I
10/10/13 Sencer Selcuk CHM 201 CoCrystallization of an Organic Dye with Kalinite Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to synthesize Kalinite, a crystalline structure, from aluminum and then to produce crystals. We question whether the two types of dye, B
School: Princeton
Course: The Literature Of Gastronomy
Tosca and her Cats Tosca uses food to cure illnesses o First page, she made an infusion that "washed her patients bronchi" She learned to make infusions from an old chemist from Biella Miciamore (lovecat) is her beloved long lost cat who was poison
School: Princeton
Course: Corporate Finance And Financial Institut
47. The common stock of Eddie's Engines Corp. sells for $25.71 a share. The stock is expected to pay $1.80 per share next month when the annual dividend is distributed. Eddie's has established a pattern of increasing its dividends by 4% annually and expe
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 6 (take home midterm) Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, November 7, 2007 There are six problems on the midterm. You must work on them on your own. No collaboration is allowed. Proble
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Electrochemical and Photophysical study of a hydrogen evolving, photoactive Iridium complex and Cobalt electron relay. David C Grauer* David Grauer, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544. January 15, 2008; dgrauer@princet
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer December 14, 2007 JP 3 Mixture Analysis Techniques in Present and Future Applications With a concentration on various hostgut microbial interactions 1.1 Introduction It is rare to find simple mixtures in natural systems. Solutions and f
School: Princeton
Course: Algebra With Galois Theory
MAT 322: Algebra with Galois Theory Professor Claus Sorensen Problem Set 7 Rik Sengupta November 20, 2009 1. Let n = pm1 . . . pmt be the prime factorization. Prove that t 1 n (x) = p1 .pt (xp1 m1 1 m 1 .pt t ). Solution. We will first show that if pk,
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
ORF 405 Thursday October 7, 2010 FIRST MIDTERM: SOLUTIONS Remember that No unjustied answer will be given credit, even if the answer is correct!. The ve problems are independent of each other, so they can be worked out in any given order. Manage your tim
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 6 (take home midterm) Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, November 7, 2007 There are six problems on the midterm. You must work on them on your own. No collaboration is allowed. Probl
School: Princeton
Course: Analysis In Several Variables
Mathematics 218: Analysis in Several Variables Professor Robert Gunning Fall Term 2009 Seventh Problem Set Rik Sengupta December 4, 2009 1 Group 1 1. In R4 consider the differential forms 1 = x1 dx2 + x3 dx4 2 = (x2 + x2 )dx1 dx2 + (x2 + x2 )dx3 dx4 1 3 2
School: Princeton
Course: Plato And His Predecessors
Christian Villaran HIS 292  History of Modern Science The LeibnizClarke Correspondence Response Reading letters that Newton and Leibniz both architected was really quite interesting in itself, but what first caught my attention was how heavily infl
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Author/ Work C. Wright Mills "The Promise of Sociology" M Sociological Imagination  need quality of mind t What is this quality of mind? 1. locating oneself 2. making connections between biography and histo 3. make connections between larger forc
School: Princeton
Course: Financial Investments
ECO 362: Financial Markets Solutions for Fall 2008 Final Exam INSTRUCTIONS You have 3 hours to complete this exam. This exam is closed book and closed notes, except for one 8x11 cheat sheet. Calculators are allowed. There are 21 questions for a total of 1
School: Princeton
Course: Optimization
ORF307EGR307_S2008 Optimization Alexandre d'Aspremont Optimization of deterministic systems, focusing on linear programming. Model formulations, the simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality theory, network models, nonlinear programming. Applica
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
4 PARAMETRIC REGRESSION This chapter provides an introduction to several types of regression analysis: simple and multiple linear, as well as simple polynomial and nonlinear. In all cases we identify the regression function in a parametric family, hence t
School: Princeton
Course: Financial Investments
> & with & Additionally, >Net present Value: The IRR: may have a lower IRR but higher NPV). >Equivalent annualized cost: A(asset price, discount rate, number of periods) . G=growth rate of C, k=discount rate . Use NPV to rank across projects, not IRR (pro
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Lecture 8 Addition to Asch reading. In real life, groups need agreement to function despite some incorrect judgments. In real life, people are not being asked about something wrong. To say anything requires a leap. Networks Networks are direct and i
School: Princeton
Course: The Sociological Perspective
Lecture 16 Sociology of Inequality Trends in US Inequality Postwar period (19471973) "a rising tide lifts all boats" working and middle class families benefited disproportionately compared to upper class Recent decades (1973 present) "a rising tid
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Electrochemical and photophysical study of a hydrogen evolving, photoactive iridium complex and cobalt electron relay David Grauer January 15, 2008 Introduction Much time, energy and resource has been invested recently in alternative fuel
School: Princeton
Course: The Literature Of Gastronomy
Tosca and her Cats Tosca uses food to cure illnesses o First page, she made an infusion that "washed her patients bronchi" She learned to make infusions from an old chemist from Biella Miciamore (lovecat) is her beloved long lost cat who was poison
School: Princeton
Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 6 (take home midterm) Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, November 7, 2007 There are six problems on the midterm. You must work on them on your own. No collaboration is allowed. Proble
School: Princeton
Course: Experimental Chemistry
Electrochemical and Photophysical study of a hydrogen evolving, photoactive Iridium complex and Cobalt electron relay. David C Grauer* David Grauer, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544. January 15, 2008; dgrauer@princet
School: Princeton
Course: Algebra With Galois Theory
MAT 322: Algebra with Galois Theory Professor Claus Sorensen Problem Set 7 Rik Sengupta November 20, 2009 1. Let n = pm1 . . . pmt be the prime factorization. Prove that t 1 n (x) = p1 .pt (xp1 m1 1 m 1 .pt t ). Solution. We will first show that if pk,
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
ORF 405 Thursday October 7, 2010 FIRST MIDTERM: SOLUTIONS Remember that No unjustied answer will be given credit, even if the answer is correct!. The ve problems are independent of each other, so they can be worked out in any given order. Manage your tim
School: Princeton
Course: Analysis I: Fourier Series And Partial Differential Equations
MAT 330: Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations Professor Sergiu Klainerman Problem Set 4 Rik Sengupta rsengupt@princeton.edu March 1, 2010 1. Stein and Shakarchi, p. 124, problem 11 Show that if u(x, t) = (f Ht )(x) where Ht is the heat kernel
School: Princeton
Course: Econometrics: A Mathematical Approach
Discussion Section 3 ECON 139/239 2010 Summer Term II Empirical using Stata. Use STATA and the data in NBASAL.csv to answer this question. These data are on 269 NBA basketball players, with the salaries taken from a particular year. The basketball statist
School: Princeton
Course: Algorithms & Data Structures
Homework Assignment #1: Chapter 2 Introduction to Power Electronics Coursera course, Fall 2013 University of Colorado, Boulder Prof. Robert Erickson Analysis and design of a buckboost converter A buckboost conver
School: Princeton
Course: The Literature Of Gastronomy
Two Women (La Ciociara) By Alberto Moravia Alberto Moravia Born in Rome to wealthy middleclass family in 1907 Self taught disease prevented he from completing formal schooling Like Vittorini, Moravia had his work censored by the fascists and was forced to
School: Princeton
Course: INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS
Economics 101Fall 2007 Problem Set 9 Solutions 1. To make their profits, speculators must buy the currency when it is low, and sell it when the price of the currency goes up. Thus their actions provide a stabilizing effect on the currency's exchan
School: Princeton
Course: The Literature Of Gastronomy
ITA 319 Notes Notebook up to 02/25/08 03/03/08 Conversations in Sicily Fascist government is at its worst at this point. At its core it is an antifascist novel Very blatant repetition The scene with the man, a spy, from Catania, sharing an omelet
School: Princeton
Course: Algorithms & Data Structures
Homework Assignment #4: Chapters 4 and 5 Introduction to Power Electronics Coursera course, Fall 2013 University of Colorado, Boulder Prof. Robert Erickson Modeling of conduction plus switching losses A string inv
School: Princeton
Course: Introduction To Microeconomics
Cost Minimization Isoquants and Isocost lines Production Function: F(L, K) = Q Input Costs = wL + rK Cost Function: C(Q, w, r) Input Substitution Marginal rate of technical substitution (MRTS) = (Marginal product of L)/(Marginal product of K) = w/r
School: Princeton
Course: Time Series Analysis
1666 FIRST TIME SERIES MODELS: AR, MA, ARMA, & ALL THAT: Problems with Solutions Problem ?. 1. Find the AR representation of the MA(1) time series Xt = Wt .4Wt1 where cfw_Wt t is a white noise N (0, 2 ). 2. Find the MA representation of the AR(1) time ser
School: Princeton
Course: Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECO 310, Fall 2008 Problem Set 5: Equilibrium Analysis Due in class on November 18 Question 1 In this problem we will consider the sh industry on the island of San Serife. For this purpose we will aggregate all the other goods into one composite, and meas
School: Princeton
Course: Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECO 310, Fall 2007 Problem Set 5: Equilibrium Analysis Due in class on November 20 Question 1 In this problem we will consider the fish industry on the island of San Serife. For this purpose we will aggregate all the other goods into one composite, a
School: Princeton
Course: Topology
MAT 325: Topology Professor Zoltan Szabo Problem Set 1 Rik Sengupta rsengupt @ princeton.edu February 7, 2010 1. Munkres, p. 83, problem 7 Consider the following topologies on R: T1 = the standard topology, T2 = the topology of RK T3 = the finite compleme
School: Princeton
Course: Thermodynamics
Midterm MAE 221 Thermodynamics Wednesday, 9 November 2005 10:00am 10:50am FC004 Closed Book Closed Notes Be sure to state all assumptions, and draw and label relevant schematics, processes, etc. 1. A window air conditioner unit consumes 2 kW of elec
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 14: MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS PLANNING (MRP) AND ERP TRUE/FALSE 1. Wheeled Coach obtains competitive advantage through MRP in part because of their excellent record integrity and insistence on record accuracy. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. MR
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
MODULE C: TRANSPORTATION MODELS TRUE/FALSE 1. The transportation model is an excellent tool for minimizing shipping costs among existing facilities, but it is not useful when firms consider new facility locations. False (Introduction, easy) 2. The transpo
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 7: PROCESS STRATEGY TRUE/FALSE 1. Dell's approach to personal computer manufacturing is to use a product focus, which gives the company its lowcost competitive advantage. False (Global company profile, easy) 2. A firm's process strategy is its ap
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 12: INVENTORY MANAGEMENT TRUE/FALSE 1. According to the global company profile, Amazon.com's advantage in inventory management comes from its almost fanatical use of economic order quantity and safety stock calculations. False (Global company prof
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 1: OPERATIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY TRUE/FALSE 1. Some of the operationsrelated activities of Hard Rock Caf include designing meals and analyzing them for ingredient cost and labor requirements. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. The production pr
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 13: AGGREGATE PLANNING TRUE/FALSE 1. High levels of efficiency at AnheuserBusch are the result of excellence in aggregate planning and in high facility utilization. True (Global company profile, easy) 2. Aggregate planning occurs over the medium
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 9: LAYOUT STRATEGY TRUE FALSE 1. McDonald's "Made for You" kitchen system represents a strategic layout decision even though an obvious benefit of the system is a dramatic reduction in the inventory of food prepared in advance. True (Global compan
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 8: LOCATION STRATEGIES TRUE/FALSE 1. FedEx chose Memphis, Tennessee, for its central location, or "hub," primarily because of the incentives offered by the city of Memphis and the state of Tennessee. False (Global company profile, easy) 2. General
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
MODULE A: DECISIONMAKING TOOLS TRUE/FALSE 1. Analytic decision making is based on logic and considers all available data and possible alternatives. True (The decision process in operations, easy) cfw_AACSB: Analytic Skills 2. The last step in the analyti
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
CHAPTER 3: PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRUE/FALSE 1. The ES of an activity that has only one predecessor is simply the EF of that predecessor. True (Determining the project schedule, moderate) 2. One phase of a large project is scheduling. True (The importance of
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
MODULE E: LEARNING CURVES TRUE/FALSE 1. Experience curves may be valid for industrial applications, but have no role in services such as health care procedures. False (Introduction, easy) 2. Experience curves are the opposite of learning curvesas one rise
School: Princeton
Course: Production And Operations Management
MODULE B: LINEAR PROGRAMMING TRUE/FALSE 1. Linear programming helps operations managers make decisions necessary to make effective use of resources such as machinery, labor, money, time, and raw materials. True (Introduction, easy) 2. One requirement of a
School: Princeton
Course: Fish
Christmas Festival Due by Friday, September 25! Violin I Cello Beginning to 1 before Rehearsal 2 Beginning to 1 before Rehearsal 2 56 45 67 67 12 15 12 13 14 End Violin II Beginning to 1 before Rehearsal 2 Bass 56 Beginning to 1 before Rehearsal 2 67 6 be
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Course: Fish
Chapter 14 Secession and Military Stalemate Deep South wanted to secede after Lincoln Other leader wanted a compromise in between election and inauguration The Secession Crisis SC seceded first. Voted in 1860 to dissolve the union The Lower South Secedes
School: Princeton
Course: General Physics I
Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 1: OneDimensional Motion, Vectors, Motion in Two and Three Dimensions Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapters 1, 2, and 3 Problem I A student is rowing a rowboat on a river whose current ows
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 2: Newton's Laws Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapters 4 and 5 Problem I A 100kg person is standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator. Take the acceleration g due to gravity to be g = 10 m
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 3: Work and Energy Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapters 6 and 7 Vector WarmUps  The Scalar Product 1. What is a b? If you don't remember what a 8 the de nition of the scalar product is, g
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 6: Angular Momentum Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapter 10 Vector WarmUps: The Vector Product See Section 101 of Tipler to learn about vector products (also known as \cross products"). Th
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 4: Momentum and Collisions Suggested Reading: Tipler Chapter 8 Problem I Find the centers of mass of the following collections of objects. 1. Two masses of 3 kg and 5 kg, separated by a di
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No.: 10 Waves Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapters 15 and 16 Problem I A wave travels on a hypothetical stretched string of in nite length. At time t, the element of the string at position x is
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 9: Oscillations Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapter 14 Problem I An ideal spring of spring constant k is attached to a stationary wall on one end and a block of mass M on the other. The mas
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 5: Rotation and Rolling Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapter 9 Problem I The rigid body shown in the gure consists of four 10 kg spheres connected by four light rods. Treat the spheres as po
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Princeton University Physics 103 Fall Term 2000 Learning Guide No. 7: Gravity Suggested Reading: Tipler, Chapter 11 Problem I 1. The moon circles the earth with period T = 27.3 days. The distance from the center of the earth to the center of the moon is R
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Course: Calculus
MAT 104 Review Session 3 February 22, 2015 Topics covered: Trig Substitution Partial Fractions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !"# ! !"#! !"# ! ! ! !"#! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !( !
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MAT 104 Review Session February 15, 2015 Topics covered: Substitution Integration by parts Trigonometric substitution 1. 2. ! !"#! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 3. 3 + 2 4. ! ! ! ! !"# ! 5. ! !"#! ! 6. ! tan! ! 7. ( + 1) 8. ln 2 1 9. ln !
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MAT 104 Review Session 1 February 8, 2015 1. = cos ! (sec ! 3). Find y ! . ! 2. = ( !"# (!) )! . Find y. 3. = (sin )! . Find !" 4. = ()!"# . Find / 5. = !" !"#! ! cos ! 6. Evaluate sin 2 !"# ! ! ! 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 3 ! ! + 1 ! ! ! ! !"#! ! !"#! !
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Course: Calculus
Math 104 Final Examination  Fall 2013 Name (print): Instructor: Time of section: Copy and sign the honor pledge: I pledge my honor that I have not violated the honor code during this examination. This is a 3hour examination. It contains 8 problems on 11
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Course: Calculus
1. (16 points) Let C be the curve y = x3 for 0 x 1 and let R be the region bounded by C, the xaxis and the line x = 1. Sketch the region obtained by rotating R about the xaxis and calculate its volume and its surface area. 2. (20 points) (a) Find all co
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Name Instructor Time your class meets MATH 104  Final Exam May 2008 (3 hours) This examination booklet contains 10 problems on 11 sheets of paper including the front cover. This is a closed book exam. Do all of your work in this booklet, show all your co
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Mathematics 104 Summer 2009 Midterm Examination August 11, 2009 3 2 xex dx. 1. Evaluate 2 2. Evaluate 9x + 9 dx. (x 1)(x2 + 4x + 13) 3. Evaluate ex sin x dx. 4. Evaluate cos x dx . (sin2 x + 4)5/2 5. Does the following integral converge or diverge? Give y
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
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Question1(7marks) Thefollowingareindependentstatementsconcerningcertainauditingissues. Required Indicatewhetheryouagreeordisagreewitheachstatement,andexplainyourreasoning. a. Eachofthefollowingchanges(consideredindependentlyandholdingotherthings constant
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 1 Due at the beginning of class on Wed, September 26, 2007 Problem 1 Prove that if x 1, then for any integer n 0, (1 + x)n > nx. Solution: We will strengthen the inductive hypothesis: we wi
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 11 Due on Friday, December 14, 2007 For this homework, read Section 5.3 on Mapping Reducibility in the notes distributed in class. Problem 1 Recall that ET M = { M M is a TM and L(M ) = }. Pr
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 3 Monday, January 14, 2008 Problem 1 An algebraic number is a complex number that is a root of a polynomial with integer coefficients. Is the set of algebraic numbers countable ? Soluti
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Course: Corporate Finance And Financial Institut
47. The common stock of Eddie's Engines Corp. sells for $25.71 a share. The stock is expected to pay $1.80 per share next month when the annual dividend is distributed. Eddie's has established a pattern of increasing its dividends by 4% annually and expe
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 1 Thursday, January 10, 2008 Problem 1 Scientists at the Princeton Genomics Institute have discovered the following process: Given a test tube filled with DNA strands, it is possible to
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Course: REASONING ABOUT COMPUTATION
Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Homework 6 (take home midterm) Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, November 7, 2007 There are six problems on the midterm. You must work on them on your own. No collaboration is allowed. Probl
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Course: Corporate Finance And Financial Institut
39. Firm A is paying $750,000 in interest payments a year while Firm B is paying LIBOR plus 75 basis points on $10,000,000 loans. The current LIBOR rate is 6.5%. Firm A and B have agreed to swap interest payments, how much will be paid, to which Firm thi
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Course: Corporate Finance And Financial Institut
6. Your best friend works in the finance office of the Delta Corporation. You are aware that this friend trades Delta stock based on information he overhears in the office. You know that this information is not known to the general public. Your friend con
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23. Including the option to expand in your project analysis will tend to: A. extend the duration of a project but not affect the project's net present value. B. increase the net present value of a project. C. decrease the net present value of a project. D
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Computer Science 340 Reasoning about Computation Review Session 2 Friday, January 11, 2008 Problem 1 Recall the cow grazing problem from Homework 5. The cow is on a path that leads to food, but the cow doesn't know what direction the food lies in. T
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Course: Anthropology Of Human Rights
10. What term refers to the manipulation of the supernatural to accomplish specific goals? A. Animism B. Magic C. Religion D. A rite of passage E. Pantheism 11. Rites of passage usually consist of what phases? A. Uncertainty, anxiety, and solace B. Ritual
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23. In survey research, what term is used to refer to the attributes that differ among members of a population? A. Unknowns B. Questionnaires C. Interviews D. Variables E. Random samples Gezon  Chapter 03 #23 24. What did the village children do for the
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Course: Introduction To Statistics
wws200 princeton university spring 2014 HOMEWORK 1 Due: Monday, Feb 17, 10am 1. BASIC CONCEPTS (a) In the 2006 gubernatorial election in California, an exit poll sampled 2705 of the 7 million people who voted. The poll stated that 56.5% reported voting fo
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Course: Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
Economics 310 Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach Fall 2007 Solutions to Problem Set 6 Due in class on December 4th. Question 1 Consider a small country with two .rms. Firm 1 produces x = min(kx ; lx ) p units of good x; .rm 2 produces y =
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wws200 princeton university spring 2014 HOMEWORK 2 Due: Monday, Feb 24, 11am 1. PROBABILITY AND EVENTS 1. Suppose that a number x is to be selected from the real line, so that S = (, ) and let A = cfw_ x : 1 x 5 (meaning the event that x is between 1 and
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Course: Mae 533
September 21, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #2 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) 1. Given a box of ordinary size (characteristic length about one meter) with a vaccuum inside. There is a small hole (diameter about 1mm) on the side of the b
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Course: Mae 533
MAE 533, Supplementary Notes: September 15, 1995 (URL: http:/www.princeton.edu/~lam/course/mae533.html) In this fluid mechanics course, we will have occasions to use vector calculus a lot. I have collected in the following some of the main central concept
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Course: Mae 533
September 29, 1995 MAE 533 HW #3 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #3 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) 1. The substantial derivative of a scalar such as is denoted by D/Dt. In Cartesian coordinates, we have: D = t + u x + v y + w z Dt (u,v,w are the componen
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MAE 533 Supplementary Notes Glauert Identity Here is an integral equation for (x) 1 1 ( )d =B x 1 (I) where B is a constant. We need to say that the principle value of the improper integral is to be used on the right hand side (my word processor doesn't l
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October 6, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #4 10/6/1995 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) Right after you getting your graduate degree, you are appointed by a leading university to be an assistant professor in fluid mechanics. Your chairpers
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October 13, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #5 10/13/1995 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) Because you did such a good job at the design of the subsonic wind tunnet, your chairperson is very impressed. He/she calls you to his/her office aga
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Course: Mae 533
November 22, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 1 Supplementary Notes MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics Look into the reference books to find out what BiotSavart Law is. Just know what it is. Not the derivation. * * * * * * * * * * * * Let the 2dimensional flow field be described
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October 20, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #6 10/201995 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) (1) Pratt and Whitney also donated a compressor to your department, also claimed to be an isentropic compressor. So you decided to build a jet engine
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November 13, 1995 MAE 533 HW #2 MAE 533 Fluid Dynamics, Problem set #7 10/13/1995 1 (Professor Harvey Lam) Read Chapters 6 and 8 of Li and Lam. I won't spend much time on stream functions, except to say here that it is a very useful thing to know but only
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Course: Mae 533
MAE 533 12/7/95 1 MAE 533 Assignment #10 December 7, 1995 1. In linearized (3D) compressible aerodynamics, the velocity field is represented by: V = ex U + U where (x,y,z) is the perturbation velocity potential, and is a small parameter representing the
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Course: Fish
Chapter 18 Commerce and Culture Middle class and working class in both workplace and leisure time Hailed inventors as heroes: Thomas Edison Cheaper products for working class through global trade and mass production Struggle over class inequality, race pr
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Nombre y apellido _ Hora _ 100 verbos que tengo que saber 1. ser 2. estar 3. tener *(tener + que + inf.) 4. hacer 5. poder 6. decir 7. ir 8. ver 9. dar 10. comer 11. saber *(saber + inf.) 12. querer 13. llegar 14. deber 15. poner 16. creer 17. hablar 18.
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Works Cited "Analysis: Palestinian Suicide Attacks." BBC News. BBC, 29 Jan. 2007. Web. 30 Apr. 2015. "ArabIsraeli wars". Encyclopdia Britannica. Encyclopdia Britannica Online. Encyclopdia Britannica Inc., 2015. Web. 02 May. 2015. Bertogliatti, Serena. "I
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Course: The Scientific Revolution And European Order, 15001750
David Grauer May 21, 2007 Nisbett, Wed. 2:30 Identifications 1) This passage belongs to Chapter One of Ren Descartes' The World or Treatise on Light. The main concern of this passage is Descartes reluctance to accept his eyes' "sensation of light" as
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Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer October 19, 2007 Arsenic uptake, speciation and tolerance in the hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata Introduction Arsenic is a metalloid element present throughout the world's soils in varying concentrations. Typically, the concentrations ra
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Course: Neoclassicism Through Impressionism
Running head: WW II 1 WW II Students name Professors name Institution Dates 2 WW II LESSON 1 IRIYE 1) When did WWII begin in Asia? In 1931, Japan expanded to East Asia following invasion of Manchuria and this went on to 1937 when China was brutally attack
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Course: Experimental Chemistry
Enatioselective OrganoSOMO Catalysis: A Proposed Synthesis Route for David Grauer dgrauer@princeton.edu react, thus producing a specific and consistent stereochemistry in the products. Design Plan This synthesis plan is designed to begin wit
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Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer December 14, 2007 JP 3 Mixture Analysis Techniques in Present and Future Applications With a concentration on various hostgut microbial interactions 1.1 Introduction It is rare to find simple mixtures in natural systems. Solutions and f
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Works Cited Conko, Gregory, and C. S. Prakash. "Can GM Crops Play a Role in Developing Countries?" Biotechnology and Developing Countries: The Potential and the Challenege 2 (2004): n. pag. AgBioWorld. Web. 14 June 2015. Cornell University. "Soil Erosion
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Course: Business Administration
Running head: International Staffing Policy 1 International Staffing Policy Name Institution Course Date International staffing policy 1 International staffing policy Staffing policy is considered to be the process of selecting employees who have got skil
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Fundamentals of Adult LearningHURD690 Fall 2015 Final Exam Throughout the semester, we have discussed the importance of Self Directed Learning. Explain how you would utilized the Process Elements Model to create sustainable employee training programs. Pr
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Course: Business Administration
What are some of the reasons for the reported growth of the nonprofit sector in the United States? Find three recent scholarly articles (2005 present). Compose a 3 5 page APA paper summarizing each of the findings from the text and the three articles. Ho
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Running Head: Ethical Conclusion 1 Ethical Conclusion Name Institution Course Date 1. Provide an argument for an ethical conclusion A set of several statements makes an argument. After the introductory and the body statements we have the conclusion statem
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Course: Computer Science
The topranked supercomputers Name Institution Course Date Investigate one or more of the topranked supercomputers listed at www.top 500.org. Before 1990 the definition of a supercomputer was required that it should produce a meaningful statistics. The C
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Course: Intro To Innovation Process Management
BRAZIL Foreign Investments Scarlette Munguia International Business 301 Munguia 2 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 3 EMERGING SECTORS 3 ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 4 TRANSPORTATION 5 TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SERVICES 6 FINANCIAL SERVICES 6 INVESTING IN BRAZIL 7
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Course: English Literature Of The 18th Century
Choir Essay: Battle of Jericho, is a piece arranged by Moses Hogan, an American composer and arranger of choral music. This is song is in the Traditional Spiritual genre, and was written for SATB a cappella. Our second term concert theme is War and Peace,
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Concert Intro: Grace Nicholas The song, Make Our Garden Grow, is from the Broadway play, Candide, which is a story about a boy, Candide, who grows up in a German province, where he is taught by Dr. Pangloss, his tutor, that everything that happens in this
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Course: Mathematics In Engineering II
Indonesia: Country Pulse Country Pulse  17 Nov 2015 Hot topics in November 2015: An uphill struggle for ebooks, Yearning to breathe and Balloons to bring internet to the masses? An uphill struggle for ebooks (November 2015) Indonesians have yet to deve
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The graphs are not included here; source: Russian Economic Trends http:/www.hhs.se/site/ret/ret.htm (excellent source of information on Russia in general). What went wrong? Asian Contagion: reppraisal of risk, liquidity problems in investment funds tradi
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Asian Financial Crises in 1997~98  South Korea Presentator : Syngjoo Choi Economics of Department GSAS Chronology of the Asian Crises (97~98) Jan. Domestic (Korea) Hanbo Steel (14th) bankrupt Foreign 1997 March April July (first bankruptcy in a decade) S
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15 Financial Crises J. Bischoffsheim (banker): If I have 10,000 francs and spend 5,000, I have 5,000 francs to invest. If I invest 10,000, I am anticipating next year. If my neighbor makes some foolish investment, he cannot lend to me. If I am forced to s
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Turkish Financial Crisis November 2000 and February 2001 Presentation by Tanju Yorulmazer Outline Reasons for the crisis Macroeconomic factors Financial sector fragilities Immediate Effects Cost of the Crisis Macroeconomic Factors Standby Agreement
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The Swedish Twin Financial Crisis of 1991/92 By Karl Walentin The Swedish Banking Crisis of 1991 Events Credit losses increased from 0.25% of lending volume in 1989 to 8% of lending volume in 1992. 2 of the 5 major Swedish banks basically became bankrup
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Course: Econometric Theory II
Homework Assignment Week 2 Chapter 3 1. Write down the formula that is used to calculate the yield to maturity on a 20year 10% coupon bond with $1,000 face value that sells for $2,000. Assume yearly coupons. $2000 $100/(1 i) $100/(1 i)2 $100/(1 i)20 $100
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Course: Computer Science
Title Authorsnames Emailaddress 1. INTRODUCTION: As a result of emergence of the internet and evolution of the different computer technologies, users of computer system have deployed wireless access points in airports, homes, offices, and schools in disre
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AGILE DEVELOPMENT Agile development Name Institution Date AGILE DEVELOPMENT Agile development The agile manifesto has a developed software methodology through the help of Agile Alliance association and targets on improving all their services to the custom
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Course: Computer Science
Institution Literature Review Name Date LITERATURE REVIEW INTRODUCTION Over the years, continued use of internet technology has been on the increase. This review is set out to describe a web system with an aim of developing an interactive website manageme
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Running head: INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDIT Information Systems Audit Name Institution Date Name INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDIT Abstract Business leaders are becoming more aware in creating viable measures to address corporate fraud and misbehavior. This paper sho
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THE CHALLENGES OF THE FORENSIC RECOVERY AND EXAMINATION OF DATA FROM MOBILE DEVICES Institution Name 1 Table of Contents 1. Introduction 4 2. Evidence items 4 3. Challenges of the forensic recovery and examination of data from mobile devices 5 3.1 Laws go
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Running head: REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM. Review and evaluation of information security program Name Institution Date 1 Name REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM Abstract In this essay, it is pointed out what in
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Course: General Chemistry I
Balanced Equations: 1. 2Al + 2KOH 2KAl(OH)4 + 3H2 2. 2KAl(OH)4 + H2SO4 2Al(OH)3 + K2SO4 + 2H20 3. 2Al(OH)3 + 3H2SO4 + K2SO4 Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 + 6H20 4. Al2(SO4)3 + K2SO4 +24H20 2KAl(SO4)2 * 12H20 %yield = Actual Yield/Theoretical Yield * 100% Theoretical
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10/10/13 Sencer Selcuk CHM 201 CoCrystallization of an Organic Dye with Kalinite Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to synthesize Kalinite, a crystalline structure, from aluminum and then to produce crystals. We question whether the two types of dye, B
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Course: Organic Chemistry II  Biological Emphasis
Diels Alder Experiment Tuesday Lab David Grauer Jimin Kim Purpose: This lab revolved around the Diels Alder reaction of a dienophile, maleic anydride, with two different dienes (1,3 cyclohexadiene and furan) and the testing of Alder's Rule. By me
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Course: Organic Chemistry II  Biological Emphasis
Synthesis of a Bromonitroaniline David Grauer Jimin Kim Tuesday Lab Purpose: We wanted to synthesize Bromonitroaniline from aniline. We also sought to determine the predominant isomer formed using melting point analysis. Procedure: Starting with ani
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Course: Experimental Chemistry
David Grauer November 5, 2007 CHM 371 Ferrocene Synthesis and Physical Properties of the pibonded organometallic compound: Ferrocene Introduction: This lab was centered on the compound ferrocene and its oxidized twin, ferrocinium. It was essentiall
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Works Cited "A Brief Aboriginal History." Aboriginal Heritage. Aboriginal Heritage Office, 2015. Web. 28 Jan. 2015. Cavendish, Richard. "The Australian Gold Rush Begins." The Australian Gold Rush Begins. History Today, Feb. 2001. Web. 29 Jan. 2015. "Europ
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Indonesia: Country Pulse Country Pulse  17 Nov 2015 Hot topics in November 2015: An uphill struggle for ebooks, Yearning to breathe and Balloons to bring internet to the masses? An uphill struggle for ebooks (November 2015) Indonesians have yet to deve
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Course: Biotechnology
Tema 1. Biologa Molecular 1.2 AguaDP/PAU Germn Tenorio Biologa NSDiploma BI Curso 20152017 Idea Fundamental: El agua es el medio en el que se da la vida. El aguaDP/PAU Estructura molecular del aguaDP/PAU El agua es una molcula formada por dos tomos de h
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Course: Biotechnology
Mission Statement The College Boards mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. We are a notforprofit membership organization committed to excellence and equity in education. The College Board: Connecting Students to College Succ
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Tema 7. Evolucin y biodiversidad 7.1 Pruebas de la evolucin Germn Tenorio Biologa NSDiploma BI Curso 20142016 IMAGEN: http:/liberalvaluesblog.com Idea Fundamental: Hay pruebas abrumadoras de la evolucin de la vida en la Tierra. Evolucin La evolucin se p
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TRANSPORTE CELULAR: DIFUSIN Y OSMOSIS Las molculas se mueven constantemente debido a su energa cintica y se esparcen uniformemente en el espacio disponible. Este movimiento, llamado movimiento browniano, es la fuerza motriz de la difusin. Difusin se defin
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Course: Biotechnology
COLEGIO DE BACHILLERATO PRIMERO DE MAYO CHAMBA JARAMILLO BRYAM DAVID 2 BI 1. Qu personaje relevante llev a cabo un sencillo experimento para demostrar si las clulas surgen espontneamente de otras clulas o no? a) Leeuwenhoek. b) Pasteur. c) Hooke. d) Darw
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Experimento Accin Enzimtica: Actividad de la Catalasa 3 Muchos organismos pueden descomponer el perxido de hidrgeno (H2O2) por la accin de las enzimas. Las enzimas son protenas globulares responsables de la mayor parte de la actividad qumica de los organi
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4/PSOW Grupo 4: plan de trabajos prcticos (Biologa, Qumica y Fsica) Convocatoria: MAYO DEL 2016 Cdigo del colegio: 049924  Nombre del colegio: INSTITUTO TECNOLGICO SUPERIOR PRIMERO DE MAYO Complete este formulario en la lengua de trabajo del colegio (esp
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UNIVERSIDAD AUTNOMA DE CHIAPAS FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES, C. III LICENCIATURA EN ECONOMA IMPACTO ECONMICO DEL SISTEMA AGROINDUSTRIAL CAA DE AZCAR EN EL EJIDO VILLA LAS ROSAS, CHIAPAS PROTOCOLO DE TESIS QUE PRESENTAN: RODRIGO SNTIZ TOVILLA MANUEL GMEZ
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Prctica N2 Identificacin y medida de clulas eucariotas y orgnulos en muestras permanentes y no permanentes OBJETIVO Los objetivos de sta prctica son: 1. Aprender a diferenciar clulas eucariontes de diferentes orgenes (Reino Plantae y Animal) 2. Identifica
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BIOLOGA (GRUPO 4) PRIMEROS EXMENES 2016 PROGRAMA DE ESTUDIOS: TEMAS TRONCALES Y OPCIONES DEL NIVEL MEDIO (NM) IBO PROGRAMA DEL DIPLOMA St. Matthews College Grupo 4 Objetivos Generales: Mediante el estudio de las materias del Grupo 4 los alumnos debern tom
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Checklist para auto evaluacin en la elaboracin de mis informes escritos de las prcticas de laboratorio. ASPECTOS GENERALES QUE DENOTAN COMPROMISO PERSONAL Y EXPLORACIN. El ttulo de mi prctica da una idea clara y concreta del trabajo que realic. Justifico
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Prctica N 3 Identificacin de hidratos de carbono, lpidos y protenas en muestras desconocidas OBJETIVO En esta prctica se realizarn pruebas qumicas y pruebas caractersticas para identificar la presencia de una o varias biomolculas en muestras de origen des
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St. Matthews North Biologa Cromatografa Introduccin Es posible encontrar en el reino vegetal todos los matices y combinaciones de colores del espectro, existe un predominio general de los colores primarios: verde, amarillo, rojo, azul. Estos colores son c
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COMPROMISO PERSONAL PUNTAJE: Es su propio diseo? Muestra iniciativa e inters? Justifica la seleccin de su pregunta de investigacin? 0 A 2 PUNTOS Est demostrado claramente el propsito de su investigacin? La investigacin se encuentra claramente focalizada?
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Trabajo Prctico N 5 Accin de la catalasa Parte I Objetivos: Evaluar variables que influyen sobres las reacciones enzimticas. En este prctico en particular se evaluar el efecto de la concentracin del substrato en la actividad enzimtica de la catalasa. Intr
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Course: Structures And The Urban Environment
Introduction The goal of this lab is to examine and grasp the forces at play in a cantileverconstructed bridge that models the Quebec Bridge. To achieve this, first the dimensions of the bridge were measured. Seven ounces worth of weight were then measure
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Course: Structures And The Urban Environment
Introduction The goal of the lab is to test and examine the structural and strength characteristics of concrete and reinforced concrete beams. To perform this lab, it was first necessary to aggregate and prepare suitable ratios of gravel, water, cement, a
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Course: Algorithms And Data Structures
Version 2.0 Specification July 2003 Copyright Microsoft Corporation 19992003. All Rights Reserved. Notice 2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Visual Basic, Visual C#, and Visual C+ are either registered trademarks or tra
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Course: The Family In Jewish Tradition
Sexual Minorities Response to Policy and Network Stigma In modelling this scenario, there were five subdivisions components influencing depression, the outcome of interest. These components were:into which the previous model proposal was split, consisting
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Course: The Family In Jewish Tradition
Sexual Minority Model Questions/Clarifications  What SES would best relate to the depression behavior we are interested in? Would it be the childhood one, causing a cultivating mentality, or the current one due to exposure to more/less accepting communit
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Course: Operating Systems
Chapter 17: DistributedFile Systems Operating System Concepts 8th Edition, Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne 2009 Chapter 17 DistributedFile Systems Background Naming and Transparency Remote File Access Stateful versus Stateless Service File Replicati
The average total SAT score for students admitted to Princeton for the 2012 academic year was 2255. This combined score can be broken into 755 for math, 745 for critical reading and 755 for writing.
The average ACT score for students admitted to Princeton for the 20132014 academic year was 33.
At Princeton, 89% of students submitted an SAT score, but Princeton accepts both the SAT and ACT.
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Required  Recommended  Recommended  Required  Required  Yes 
The tuition cost for students attending Princeton is $38,650.
Financial aid options are available to students at Princeton. In 2013, 60 percent of firsttime students attending Princeton received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  785  60%     
Grant Aid  781  60%  $26,471,553  $33,894 
Student Loans  109  8%  $386,155  $3,543 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  3,073  59%  $109,564,925  $35,654 
Student Loans  242  5%  $1,364,881  $5,640 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $8,322  $7,504  $11,646  $32,453  $34,153 
20102011  $7,545  $5,528  $9,001  $18,465  $28,098 
20092010  $4,995  $5,089  $6,498  $14,202  $25,373 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

Doctoral  No  Yes  Yes  No  Yes 

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2.144 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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