Discussion Essay Week 4
In Japan, there are many differences between men and women. The societies
surrounding the gender roles of men and women in both Japan and the United States of
America are vastly different and yet, very similar. Men in both countrie
Data Structures Using C+ 2E
Chapter 5
Linked Lists
Linked Lists
Collection of components (nodes)
Every node (except last)
Contains address of the next node
Node components
Data: stores relevant information
Link: stores address
FIGURE 5-1 Structure o
ECE302 Spring 2015
HW4 Solutions
March 27, 2015
1
Solutions to Homework Assignment 4
Note: Some of these solutions were generated by R. D. Yates and D. J. Goodman, the
authors of our textbook. To these I have added comments in italics where I thought more
Ecology
Evolution
Formalities
Dr. Kelly Williams
430 Irvine Hall
Email: williak5@ohio.edu
Office Hours
T 3:30-4:30, W 3:00-4:00
or by appointment
Readings Assigned daily
, April 26, at 4:40 p.m. in
Morton 201
Readings - Lecture 1
http:/ngm.nationalgeograp
Data Structures Using C+ 2E
Chapter 4
Standard Template Library (STL) I
Objectives
Learn about the Standard Template Library (STL)
Become familiar with the three basic components of
the STL: containers, iterators, and algorithms (in
Chapter 13)
Explore
Invertebrate Diversity Worksheet (15pts)
In your Morris et al. text book, read chapter 23, Core Concepts 23.2 (Reading and Building a
Phylogenetic Tree) and attend this weeks lectures on Phylogeny.
Our goal is to find evidence that will help us group orga
Data Structures Using C+ 2E
Chapter 4
Standard Template Library (STL) I
Objectives
Learn about the Standard Template Library (STL)
Become familiar with the three basic components of
the STL: containers, iterators, and algorithms (in
Chapter 13)
Explore
Data Structures Using C+ 2E
Chapter 5
Linked Lists
Linked Lists
Collection of components (nodes)
Every node (except last)
Contains address of the next node
Node components
Data: stores relevant information
Link: stores address
FIGURE 5-1 Structure o
Gender and Health
Definition of Gender
When we talk about Gender we are NOT ONLY talking about women!, we
are talking about both men and womenAlthough womens health is
disproportionately affected by gender
WHO defines gender as the characteristics, role
Data Structures Using C+ 2E
Chapter 4
Standard Template Library (STL) I
Objectives
Learn about the Standard Template Library (STL)
Become familiar with the three basic components of
the STL: containers, iterators, and algorithms (in
Chapter 13)
Explore
BIOS 1710 Climate Diagram assignment
Due Monday 13 February as Hard Copy
The following data come from an undisclosed area of the globe. Your mission, "should
you choose to accept it", is to determine where this climatological data set originated and
the b
Invertebrate
Diversity
BIOS 1715 Week 3
Image: Arthur A
Image: The Gale Group
In lab this week
Porifers
Sponges (reaggreation Experiment)
Cnidaria
echinoderms / hemichordates
Deuterostoms
chordates
arthropods, nematodes
cephalochordates /
vertebrates
Next
EE3713 Probability and Statistics
Fall 2016
Homework Assignment#1
Chapter#1 Problems:
Problem#1.2.2
Problem#1.3.2
Problem#1.3.5
Problem#1.3.6
Problem#1.3.9
Read, review and answer these
problems.
Good Luck!
Present a neat work and show steps
Attach this p
EE2324
Analytical Foundations of Electrical
Engineering
Instructor Jim Goble
Office Stocker 344
597-1626
goble@ohio.edu
Three Dimensional Plotting
Topics
Learning Objectives
Understand the
Plotting in 3D: major
anatomy of a 3D plot
differences
Basics o
EE2324
Analytical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
Instructor Jim Goble
Office Stocker 344
597-1626
goble@ohio.edu
Programming Language Features
Relational and Logical Operators
Relational operators compare numeric values & variables and return a
B
EE2324
Analytical Foundations of Electrical
Engineering
Instructor Jim Goble
Office Stocker 344
597-1626
goble@ohio.edu
Curves. Arc Length. Curvature.
Torsion
Curves. Arc Length. Curvature. Torsion
Tangent to a Curve
The next idea is the approximation of
EE2324
Analytical Foundations of Electrical
Engineering
Instructor Jim Goble
Office Stocker 344
597-1626
goble@ohio.edu
Homework 8
1 - Given the parametric equation for C, find the equations for
the tangent line at t=5.
Taking derivative of r(t) Find tang
EE2324
Analytical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
Instructor Jim Goble
Office Stocker 344
597-1626
goble@ohio.edu
Matrix Inverses
The Multiplicative Inverse
For every nonzero real number a, there is a real number 1/a
such that a(1/a) = 1.
In terms o
Lecture-09/13 Fa112016
EE3713 Probability and Statistics
. Fade 2016
Example 1.19
A company has three machines B1, B2 and B3 making 1 kohms resistors. Resistors within
50 ohms ofthe nominal value are considered acceptable. It has been observed that 80% of
Continuous Random Variables special*
[1]
Definition 3.7
Definition 3.6
[2] For the density function of problem [1], find F(x), and use it to evaluate P(0 < X 1)
[3]
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
HE 102: Introduction to Computer Engineering
Homework #1
Due Date: (in-class) Monday, September 19, 2011
Problem 1: From text 1.10
Convert into hexadecimal and then to binary
(a) 130537510 =
(b
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Ohio University
Fall 2011
EE 102: Introduction to Computer Engineering
Homework #2
Due Date: (in-class) Friday September 30, 2011
Problem 1: From text 2.11
Simplify each of the following expression
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Ohio University
Fall 2011
EE 102: Introduction to Computer Engineering
Homework #1
Due Date: (in-class) Monday, September 19, 2011
Problem 1: From text 1.10
Convert into hexadecimal and then to bin
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Ohio University
Fall 2011
EE 102: Introduction to Computer Engineering
Homework #3
Due Date: (in-class) Monday October 17, 2011
Problem 1: From text 5.3
Problem 2: From text 5.4
Problem 3: From tex
EE 101 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Homework 6
Due: Monday, Oct 14, 2011 at 12:10 am (no exceptions without a valid excuse)
1.
Two batteries are placed in series to power a light bulb as shown below.
a)
b)
2.
Calculate the voltage across the lig
9/7/2011
EE 102: INTRODUCTION TO
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Lecture 1: Introduction
9/7/2011
Avinash Kodi, kodi@ohio.edu
Acknowledgement: A. J. Han Vinck
Agenda
2
Go over the syllabus
Introduction to Digital Systems
1
9/7/2011
Digital Devices
3
Pentium - 4
180
10/19/2011
EE 102: INTRODUCTION TO
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Lecture 11: Sequential Logic 2
Flip-Flops
10/19/2011
Avinash Kodi, kodi@ohio.edu
Course Administration
2
No class on Friday 10/21
Homework 4 is due on Friday 10/28
1
10/19/2011
Flip-Flops
3
Latches s