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BT 310 Introduction to Mobile Wireless
Networks
Part One
Dr. Kevin Ryan
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Overview
Mobile Wireless Networking Fundamentals
Mobile Wireless Architecture
Spectrum Allocation
Frequency Reuse
BT 310 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ONE; SOLUTIONS
Prof. Kevin Ryan
1. Define the term net neutrality
Key concept; net neutrality is the principle that data packets in the Internet
should be moved impartially, without regard to content, destination, or
source.
Goo
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BT 310 SECOND HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ON MOBILE & BROADBAND
NETWORKS; SOLUTIONS
Prof. Kevin Ryan
1. Describe what is meant by the term bidirectional HFC network
This is the access architecture deployed by cable companies. (Examples
include Time Warner Communi
BT 310
INDIVIDUAL PROJECT ASSIGNMENT
SPRING 2017 SEMESTER
Prof. Kevin Ryan
Goal; Work individually to develop an interesting, worthwhile, and creative Android
mobile application.
Project Due Date; March 9th
Grading; 15% of your final grade.
Requirements;
BT 310
SECOND HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ON MOBILE & BROADBAND
NETWORKS
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Stevens Institute of Technology
School of Business
Ajitpal Singh
BT 321A, Prof Roberto Verthelyi
Homework Assignment 3
Due: April 28, 2017
Please consider the following points:
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School of Business
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BT 321A, Prof Roberto Verthelyi
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Due: April 28, 2017
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Money markets are markets for short term debt instruments with maturities of 1 year or less.
Capital markets are markets for long term financial instruments with maturities that extend beyond one
year.
The type of investment company that allows beginning
a. What is the new value of producer surplus in the market for smart phones given
this change in tastes and preferences?
Answers:
a. To find the equilibrium quantity set the market demand curve equal to the market
supply curve: 500  .005Q = .005Q or Q =
a. a verbal description of the outcome in this market due to these changes.
b. Consider the market for noodles that is initially in equilibrium with a market price
of P1 and a market quantity of Q1. Noodles are an inferior good. Suppose that
peoples incom
i.
ii.
The market demand curve this time is composed of three different
segments. For prices between 8 and 10, the demand curve is P = 10 Q;
for prices between 6 and 8, the demand curve is P = 9 (1/2)Q; and for
prices between 0 and 6, the demand curve is
Economics 101
Marys demand curve, in the third graph draw Ellens demand curve, and
in the fourth graph draw the market demand curve. Be sure to identify any
intercept values as well as any kink values in the four graphs.
ii. From the graphs in (i) write a
a. Given this new information, what is the value of consumer expenditure on smart
phones in this market?
b. What is the new value of consumer surplus in the market for smart phones given
this change in tastes and preferences?
c. What is the new value of p
i. values in the three graphs.
ii. From the graphs in (i) write an equation in slope intercept form for the
market supply curve.
iii. Show algebraically how you could find the market supply curve.
Answer:
a. From the information given we know the market s
a. . Thus, consumer expenditure = ($250 per smart phone)(50,000 smart phones) =
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
$12,500,000.
Consumer surplus = CS = (1/2)($500 per smart phone  $250 per smart phone)
(50,000 smart phones) = $6,250,000.
Producer surplus = PS = (1/2)($25
i.
To find the market supply algebraically first rewrite the two firm
supply curves in xintercept form: Qa = (1/2)P and Qb = (1/2)P 5.
Then, for prices less than 10, the market supply curve is just firm As
supply curve: thus, the market supply is P = 2Q.
i. P = Q + 5 as the mar
1. as P = 500 .005Q and the market supply for these phones is given as P = .005Q. For all
questions in this problem make sure you show your work and not just your final answer
a. in the market for smart phones given this change in
Economics
i.
ii.
The market demand curve this time is composed of three different
segments. For prices between 8 and 10, the demand curve is P = 10 Q;
for prices between 6 and 8, the demand curve is P = 9 (1/2)Q; and for
prices between 0 and 6, the demand
Lecture 30
The Theory of the Firm II
Production and Cost
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BT 244, Microeconomics
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Spring 2017
Sections A & B
Sample Exam IV
Part 1: Multiple Choice.
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1. Franco's Pizza Parlor knows the following information about its costs at q=200 pizzas:
marginal costs equal $2.50 and are rising; average total costs eq
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5.6) For each of the following statements, draw a diagram that illustrates the likely effect on the market
for eggs. Indicate in eac
ME 641 Matrices
Learning Objectives
The student will be able to:
Define matrices as abstract vector space
Classify matrices
Rectangular, square, triangular, diagonal, identity
Symmetric, orthogonal, positive definite, Toeplitz, circulant
Decompose m
ME 641 Vector Integral Calculus
Learning Objectives (cont.)
The student will be able to:
Evaluate line integrals of vector fields
Determine whether line integrals of vector fields are
independent of path
Determine whether vector fields are conservativ
ME 641 Advanced Calculus
Learning Objectives
The student will be able to:
Define functions, singlevariable and multivariable
functions
Calculate limits of singlevariable and multivariable
functions
Check singlevariable and multivariable function
ME 641 Vector Differential Operators
Learning Objectives
The student will be able to:
Describe various physical phenomena using scalar
fields and vector fields
Calculate directional derivative of scalar fields
Calculate gradient and generalized gradie