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HW #3
CHE 461
Due Mon Apr. 19, 2010
Read Chapter 11 in SEM2 pgs 260-282 = review of block diagrams and feedback fundamentals in more complex situations pgs 283-286 =Routh Stability Criterion and Direct Substitution Method = RS and DS method
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Week 3: Statistics of Sampling from Populations (Student t distribution and chi-squared distribution) ChE, BioE, EnvE 213
Prof. Milo Koretsky
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Week 2: Probability Distributions ChE, BioE, EnvE 213
Prof. Milo Koretsky
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Prof. Milo Koretsky
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HW #2
CHE 461
Due Mon Apr 12, 2010
Read: Chapter 8 in SEM2 pgs 185-203 (if you have not done so already) Chapter 9 in SEM2 pgs 206-228 1.(5) SEM2 - Ex 8.2 pg. 203 (a) Find the transfer function for Fig E8.2 (parallel constant and first-order tran