Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
69. Quip Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to in
(d) Using the wave equation for E (which we obtained from Maxwells equations)
and the fact that the Laplacian 2 , we obtain:
2E
E = 0 0 2
t
[(ik) (ik)] E = 0 0 (i)2 E
2
k k = 0 0 2
1
|k| = 0 0
=
=c
0 0
|k|
(e) Were looking for a cross-production relati
Problem 1
Problem 1a
Sequences: A, A, T, T
Parameters: cfw_+2, -1, -1
Optimal alignments:
A
A
T
T
Sum-of-pairs scores:
0
>
-4
Consensus scores:
2
<
4
vs.
-A
-A
T-
T-
A-
A-
-T
-T
16. Figure below shows a cascode MOSFET, what is the mid-band gain
(Av=Vo/Vi)? Assume gm=2mA/V and =0 for both transistors
(1) -20
(2) -400
(3) -2
(4) -100
(5) -6.67
(6) None of the above
17. Which one of the current gain (Ai) frequency response curves be
Problem 2b
x
y
z
w
x:
y:
z:
w:
TACCCGAT
TAAACGAT
AAAACGCG
AAAACGAT
Problem 2b
x:
y:
z:
w:
cfw_A
cfw_A
cfw_A,C
TACCCGAT
TAAACGAT
AAAACGCG
AAAACGAT
C
Total cost = 5 mutations
cfw_A
cfw_A,T
cfw_T
T
T
A
A
A
C
A
cfw_A,C
cfw_A
cfw_A
A
A
A
A
Problem 2b
y
w
x
z
x:
y:
z:
w:
TACCCGAT
TAAACGAT
AAAACGCG
AAAACGAT
Problem 2b
x:
y:
z:
w:
cfw_A
cfw_A,C
cfw_A
TACCCGAT
TAAACGAT
AAAACGCG
AAAACGAT
A
Total cost = 6 mutations
cfw_A,T
cfw_T
cfw_A,T
T
A
A
C
A
A
C
cfw_A,C
cfw_A
cfw_A
T
A
A
A
Get all ingredients in terms of IPs and constants
Our IPs are and ; everything that varies in the integrand must be expressed in
terms of them, and constants.
Electric eld: E = Cs2 s. We must convert from cylindrical to spherical
coordinates Magic Trian
2. For the diode circuit below, determine the current, I (indicated in the graph),
using the constant voltage model with Von =0.7V.
(1) I =0A
(2) I =0.3mA
(3) I =2.7mA
(4) I =3.3mA
(5) I =3.7mA
(6) None of the above
3. In the circuit below, the Zener diod
20. What is the voltage gain (v0/vi) for the amplifier below? Assume the
MOSFET Q points are (2mA, 7.5V), Kn=1mA/V2, and =0
10k
3.9k
270k
1M
(1) -7.8
(2) -7.61
(3) -540
(4) -25
(5) gain is zero since we ignored the channel length modulation
(6) None of th
Problem 3
(All answers are taken from Nature Genetics review by Meyerson et al.)
a.
Comparison with matched normal DNA from the same
individual helps identifying the germ line mutations and
rearrangements which are not causing the cancer, thus decreasing
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
64. Quip Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to in
E(investigate) = (0.9659 $1,500) + (0.0341 $7,500) = $1,449 + $256 = $1,705
E(do not investigate) = (0.9659 $0) + (0.0341 $50,000) = $0 + $1,705 = $1,705.
3b. If the probability of an out-of-control process > 0.0341, then the correct decision would be to
Feedback:
162. Answer may vary
E(do not investigate) = (0.95 $0) + (0.05 $110,000) = $0 + $5,500 = $5,500
E(investigate) = (0.95 $5,000) + (0.05 $15,000) = $4,750 + $750 = $5,500
Therefore, if the probability of an out-of-control process, p, is 0.05, mana
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
65. Quip Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to in
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
60. Pique Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to i
2. For a more complete management accounting and control system, we should think in terms of supplementing financial performance indicators
with nonfinancial performance indicators. For example, depending on the strategy of the organization, we might choo
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
54. Omaha Plating Corporation is considering purchasing a machine for $1,500,000. The
machine will generate a constant after-tax income of $100,000 per year for 15 years. The firm
will use stra
Problem 2a
S(u, v)
Ultrametricity
a, b, c:
if S(a,b) = min[S(a,b), S(a,c), S(b,c)]
then S(a,b) S(a,c) = S(b,c)
y
x
y
z
z
w
2
5
3
3
1
S(x,y) = 2, S(x,z) = 5, S(y,z) = 3
so S(x,y) = min[S(x,y), S(x,z), S(y,z)]
2
but S(x, z) = 5 3 = S(y, z)
not ultrametric
Problem 3: Work around a Square Loop
(a)
(b) We must calculate thet work W = q E dl that the electric eld E = Cx y
does in pushing the charge q once around the loop in the clockwise direction. The
gure clearly shows that no work will be done along the top
Fall 2012
ES 140B Section 07 Group Project with Professor Troxel
Group Project Assignment
Your company has been approached to bid on a project consisting of constructing a building on a prime
section of real estate prone to heavy winds and seismic activit
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The epithelial layer can regenerate in approximately 3 days.
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Is this discussion related to why your image is upside down when you look into a spoon?
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MODULE #3:
BASIC OPTICS
In this module we will learn how matter can act on light,
how we can use this to manipulate light propagation. We
will learn about reflection, refraction, lenses, lens
systems and aberrations.
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION:
If a ray of