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Travis Giguere Matlock Arnold Achem Pichay Mgt 3440-1 Case Study 15.5 Wendell Motors Executive Summary To create a model to figure out what affect shipping on holidays has, we ran a forward selection stepwise regression analysis. By looking at the
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OIS 5000 Quiz #2 1/27/14 Name: _ Which of the three common process improvement methodologies (Six Sigma, Lean, or Theory of Constraints) is BEST described by each statement for questions 1-6?: 1. Concentrates on the process that slows the speed of product
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
STUDY GUIDE FOR QUIZ ONE FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS THOUGHT BUS 1050/ Spring 2014 This is not a comprehensive guidebut it does cover most of the quiz topics. 1. History Theories Values in Capitalist Societies: Infinite Profit, Infinite Growth, Maximized Self
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
1. Cicero suggests that Gygian self interest is not common among the educated and wise. T 2. Cicero's"Fairness Doctrine" holds that who engage in commerce must always sacrifice their private interests for the public good. F 3. "What is not expedient can n
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem 3060 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Problem Set #1 Solutions 1. For each of the following systems, determine the order-of-magnitude value for the size of the system (in SI units of length, meters). For example, a large dog would be roughly 100 cm,
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University of Utah David Eccles School of Business Department of Operations and Information Systems OIS 3660 Operations Management PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR QUIZ - 2 Tuesday, February 24, 2014 Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co. (Q1 Q2) Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co
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Exp. 14 Procedure Proposal Template - Fall 2013 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment should
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Course: Analysis Of Argument
COMM1270:FinalExamReview Thefinalexamforthiscourseiscumulative,meaningthatitcoverseverythingthatwehavecoveredoverthe courseofthesemester.Mostofthequestionsontheexamaredrawnfrompreviousexams. Format Matching 10questions True/False 10questions Multiplechoi
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Course: Business Statistics
OIS 2340 Business Statistics The Normal Distribution CONTINUOUS PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION(S) The Normal Probability Distribution Probability Distributions Discrete Continuous X is countable X is measurable 1. Binomial 1. Normal 2. Poisson 2. Uniform 3. Hyp
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Course: Microbiology
Independent Study Guide - Prokaryotic Growth I. Principles of Prokaryotic Growth (SECTION 4.1) Binary fission (FIGURE 4.1) Population growth Exponential growth (TABLE 4.1) Generation time - time it takes for a population to double in number II. Bacterial
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Littles Law: Inventory = Flow Rate * Flow Time 1296skier/hour*5/60=108 skiers Implied utilization = Requested capacity/available capacity Capacity of each Trauma Bays: 60 min / hour (per bay) 30 min / patient = 2 patients / hour. Total capacity of 3 trau
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Course: Expository Wrtg For Esl
Chapter 10 - Analysis of Foreign Financial Statements Chapter 10 Analysis of Foreign Financial Statements Multiple Choice Questions 1. Why is investing in foreign companies an effective way to diversity an individual's investment portfolio? A) Foreign eco
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BUS 3840 Possible Topics for Final Exam Essays 1. Discuss the historical geography of agriculture in China; focus primarily on the post-1949 period. What are the strengths and weaknesses of Chinas agriculture today? Broad history, gradual shift toward sou
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Foundations of Business Thought Study Questions Bacon, Francis: Of Study from The Essays 1. What is the purpose of study? To relaxation, affectation and judgment Our task is to weigh and consider Quiz Q: Francis Bacon believed we should study primarily fo
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Weekly Reminders Lab Reports for Exp. 19 are due this week in lab (first 15 minutes) Procedure Proposals for Exp. 15 are due this week in lab (first 15 minutes) Exp. 17 Pre-lab Quiz due Wednesday at 11 PM Make sure you are checking your university email f
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BostonChicken Boston Chicken Part A: Business Strategy Analysis Questions: 1. Evaluate the structure of the restaurant industry and its ability to generate profits over the long run. As a starting point, consider the five forces of competition: Competitio
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Povertydeniesthechildrentheirfundamental humanrights.Severeorextremepovertycan causechildrenpermanentdamageboth physicallyandmentallystuntanddistorttheir development. UNICEFhasagreedthatpovertyisoneofthe greatestobstaclestothesurvivaland developmentofchi
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ME EN 5030/6030 Reliability Engineering Chapter 16: Maintainability, Maintenance, and Availability 24 February 2015 Michael P Blinn, P.E., Ph.D. Chapter 16 Agenda Introduction Maintenance Time Distributions Preventative Maintenance Strategy Maintenance Sc
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ME EN 5030/6030 Reliability Engineering Chapter 5: Load-Strength Interference Part 1 17 February 2015 Michael P Blinn, P.E., Ph.D. Chapter 5 Agenda Part 1 Introduction Distributed Load and Strength Load-Strength Interference Example 5.1 Safety Margin and
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ME EN 5030/6030 Reliability Engineering Chapter 4: Monte Carlo Simulation 10 February 2015 Michael P Blinn, P.E., Ph.D. Chapter 4 Agenda Introduction Example Conclusions 10 Feb 15 Chapter 4 Introduction 10 Feb 15 Chapters 1 through 3 discussed probabil
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OIS 5000 Quiz #2 1/27/14 Name: _ Which of the three common process improvement methodologies (Six Sigma, Lean, or Theory of Constraints) is BEST described by each statement for questions 1-6?: 1. Concentrates on the process that slows the speed of product
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
STUDY GUIDE FOR QUIZ ONE FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS THOUGHT BUS 1050/ Spring 2014 This is not a comprehensive guidebut it does cover most of the quiz topics. 1. History Theories Values in Capitalist Societies: Infinite Profit, Infinite Growth, Maximized Self
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
1. Cicero suggests that Gygian self interest is not common among the educated and wise. T 2. Cicero's"Fairness Doctrine" holds that who engage in commerce must always sacrifice their private interests for the public good. F 3. "What is not expedient can n
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University of Utah David Eccles School of Business Department of Operations and Information Systems OIS 3660 Operations Management PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR QUIZ - 2 Tuesday, February 24, 2014 Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co. (Q1 Q2) Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co
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OIS 5000 - Quiz 4 2/26/14 Name: _ 1. The entire set of activities running from raw material to finished product or service seeking to optimize the whole from the standpoint of the final customer is known as: _Value Stream Map_ 2. How does a VSM provide va
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
BUS 1050 QUIZ 1 EXERCISE 1. When Thoreau says that the railroads ride us he seems to be saying that technology has become a means of commercial enslavement that we have misused it. This is the same as saving that he opposes technological advancement. F 2.
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem 3060 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Problem Set #1 Solutions 1. For each of the following systems, determine the order-of-magnitude value for the size of the system (in SI units of length, meters). For example, a large dog would be roughly 100 cm,
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem3060QuantumChemistry&Spectroscopy ProblemSet#3Key I.TimeandLengthScales 1. The position of an electron in a molecule is known to within 1 (this value is the standard deviation). Using Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, compute the minimum uncertainty
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Mr. Ks is a very popular hair salon. It offers high-quality hair-styling and physical relaxation services at a reasonable price, so it always has unlimited demand. The service process includes five activities that are conducted in the sequence described b
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Micromachining BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework 2 2/23/10 Homework #2 Due Monday, March 01, 2010 1. You are using KOH etching to define a 200 m thru-hole in a 100 wafer. What should the dimensions on your mask be i
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Course: Process
Assignment Solution 5 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 12.6, p. 381. Cereal is being dried in a vertical drier by air flowing countercurrent to the cereal. To prev
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Course: Thermo
Homework #2 Solutions Thermodynamics 1-56 The pressure in chamber 2 of the two-piston cylinder shown in the figure is to be determined. Analysis Summing the forces acting on the piston in the vertical direction gives F2 + F3 = F1 P2 A2 + P3 ( A1 - A2 ) =
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Exp. 15 Formal Lab Report Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shoul
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Exp. 32 Procedure Proposal Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shou
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First MeasureNet needs to be set up for emission spectroscopy. After obtaining and cleaning a Bunsen burner, collect the river water sample. Pour a small amount of the river water onto a watch glass, hold the watch glass close to the intake of the burner,
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Determining the Cause of a Fish Kill 1215-040 11-2-2013 Introduction A water sample from the Clark Fork of the Columbia River will be analyzed to determine if it contains specific Group IA, Group IIA, or transition metal ions. Emission analysis will be us
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 5 Due June 26, 2014 Name: 1. (5 points) The following application of Linear Algebra to curve tting is explained in greater detail in section 3.7 of your text (page 218). (a) Determine the equation of a line passing through the points (-1,-2)
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 3 Due June 5, 2014 Name: 1. Consider the dierential equation dx = 4x4 x2 dt (a) Find the equilbria and draw the phase portrait. (b) Classify the equilibria as stable, unstable, or semi-stable. (c) Use Maples DEplot command to plot the slope
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
FoundationsofBusinessThought BUS1050/1051 FinalExamStudyGuide Autumn2013 Therearethreepagesofnotationherepleasereadthroughtotheend. NOTE:ThefirstsevenoreightquestionsonCiceroarelonganddensethissuggestsspendingsome timewiththatreading. Cicero differenceve
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
Study Guide for Quiz TwoFall 2014 Professor: Sandomir BUS 1050 A. Technicals 1. Marketing Mixknow definition and purpose of marketing, know Product Life Cycle, new product process, product mix-portfolio, types of pricing, consumer decision making process,
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Course: Expository Wrtg For Esl
Chapter 14 - Comparative International Auditing and Corporate Governance Chapter 14 Comparative International Auditing and Corporate Governance Multiple Choice Questions 1. What term is used to describe the relationships between a company's management, it
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Course: Expository Wrtg For Esl
The Economic Geography of Shenzhen and Hong Kong INTRODUCTION Hong Kong and Shenzhen are two cities that in close proximity. They have built off of each other and competed against each other. This paper will examine the regions economic geography in the p
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Course: GMAT Prep Course
Guide to the Use of GMA T Scores Effective October 1, 2003 SM Copyright 2003 by the Graduate Management Admission Council. All rights reserved. GMAT, Graduate Management Admission Test, and Graduate Management Admission Council are registered trademarks o
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ME EN 5030/6030 Reliability Engineering Syllabus Spring 2015 Page 1 ME EN 5030/6030 Reliability Engineering INSTRUCTOR: Michael P. Blinn, P.E., Ph.D. Phone: 801-737-1935 (home - leave message) E-Mail: adk4ever@msn.com LOCATION/TIME: Class Lectures Tuesday
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Course: Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
Intermediate Fluid Dynamics (ME EN 5700/6700) Course Schedule, Fall 2010 Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Class Date Lecture Topics Textbook 1 2 3 4 5 6 23-Aug 25-Aug 27-Aug 30-Aug 1-Sep 3-Sep 6-Sep 8-Sep 10-Sep 13-Sep 15-Sep 17-Sep 20-Sep 22-Sep 24-Sep 27-Sep 29-Sep 1
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Course: Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
Intermediate Fluid Dynamics (Fall 2010) Instructor: Course Number: Lecture: Office Hours: Textbook: (optional) Web Site: Prerequisites: Meredith Metzger, Ph.D. Department of Mechanical Engineering 581-5032 m.metzger@utah.edu ME EN 5700/6700 M W F, 12:55 1
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Course: Intro To Social Theory
CourseSyllabus SociologicalTheory/Sociology3140090/Online UniversityofUtah/SpringSemester,2014 Dr.FrankJ.Page Homephone:2786413, OfficePhone:5813075 Office.Rm.429Beh.Sci. OfficeHours:MondayThursday,noontill4:00pm,orbyappointment.Calloremailanytime. Email:
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Human Behavior in Organizations Management 3680Spring 2013 Section 002: M/W, 9:10-10:30 am, SFE 130 Kristin Smith-Crowe, Ph.D. Contact Information SFE 8217; 801-587-3720; mgtksc@business.utah.edu; office hours by appointment Class Website Canvas (see for
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Travis Giguere Matlock Arnold Achem Pichay Mgt 3440-1 Case Study 15.5 Wendell Motors Executive Summary To create a model to figure out what affect shipping on holidays has, we ran a forward selection stepwise regression analysis. By looking at the
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OIS 5000 Quiz #2 1/27/14 Name: _ Which of the three common process improvement methodologies (Six Sigma, Lean, or Theory of Constraints) is BEST described by each statement for questions 1-6?: 1. Concentrates on the process that slows the speed of product
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
STUDY GUIDE FOR QUIZ ONE FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS THOUGHT BUS 1050/ Spring 2014 This is not a comprehensive guidebut it does cover most of the quiz topics. 1. History Theories Values in Capitalist Societies: Infinite Profit, Infinite Growth, Maximized Self
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
1. Cicero suggests that Gygian self interest is not common among the educated and wise. T 2. Cicero's"Fairness Doctrine" holds that who engage in commerce must always sacrifice their private interests for the public good. F 3. "What is not expedient can n
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem 3060 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Problem Set #1 Solutions 1. For each of the following systems, determine the order-of-magnitude value for the size of the system (in SI units of length, meters). For example, a large dog would be roughly 100 cm,
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University of Utah David Eccles School of Business Department of Operations and Information Systems OIS 3660 Operations Management PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR QUIZ - 2 Tuesday, February 24, 2014 Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co. (Q1 Q2) Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co
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Course: Business Statistics
JIANG XINYAN OIS 3440-002 Case 10.2 Hamilton Marketing Services 1. a sample proportion for the pricing option 1 with the $40.00 is 6/80=0.2=20%, for the pricing option 2 with the $30.0014/80=0.175=17.5% 2. Through the calculation I did, the pricing option
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Exp. 14 Procedure Proposal Template - Fall 2013 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment should
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Course: VLSI Architecture
Solution manual for chapters 1,2,3 for the book Digital Arithmetic - Milos Ercegovac
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OIS 5000 - Quiz 4 2/26/14 Name: _ 1. The entire set of activities running from raw material to finished product or service seeking to optimize the whole from the standpoint of the final customer is known as: _Value Stream Map_ 2. How does a VSM provide va
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Course: Analysis Of Argument
COMM1270:FinalExamReview Thefinalexamforthiscourseiscumulative,meaningthatitcoverseverythingthatwehavecoveredoverthe courseofthesemester.Mostofthequestionsontheexamaredrawnfrompreviousexams. Format Matching 10questions True/False 10questions Multiplechoi
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
BUS 1050 QUIZ 1 EXERCISE 1. When Thoreau says that the railroads ride us he seems to be saying that technology has become a means of commercial enslavement that we have misused it. This is the same as saving that he opposes technological advancement. F 2.
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem3060QuantumChemistry&Spectroscopy ProblemSet#3Key I.TimeandLengthScales 1. The position of an electron in a molecule is known to within 1 (this value is the standard deviation). Using Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, compute the minimum uncertainty
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Travis Giguere Achem Pichay Matlock Arnold Mgt 3440-1 Case Study 15.3 Hawlins Manufacturing Executive Summary In this case Ross Hawlins wants to know why some of the Hawlins plants are producing more products than the others. He is looking at four
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Course: Business Statistics
OIS 2340 Business Statistics The Normal Distribution CONTINUOUS PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION(S) The Normal Probability Distribution Probability Distributions Discrete Continuous X is countable X is measurable 1. Binomial 1. Normal 2. Poisson 2. Uniform 3. Hyp
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Weekly Reminders Lab Reports for Exp. 19 are due this week in lab (first 15 minutes) Procedure Proposals for Exp. 15 are due this week in lab (first 15 minutes) Exp. 17 Pre-lab Quiz due Wednesday at 11 PM Make sure you are checking your university email f
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Course: Bad Words And Taboo Terms
Should swearing or taboo language be taught in college level foreign language courses. Using what we have learned so far this semester to justify your answer. Taboo language is something that is all around us these days. We hear obscene, profane, and tabo
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Wet Etching of Glass Shallow Microchannels and Bonding Himanshu J. Sant Courtesy: Dr. Neil Crews, Louisiana Tech University Inert Optically transparent Inexpensive POLYSILICON GLASS PHOTORESIST POLYSILICON GLASS PHOTORESIST POLYSILICON GLASS PHOTORESIST
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Mr. Ks is a very popular hair salon. It offers high-quality hair-styling and physical relaxation services at a reasonable price, so it always has unlimited demand. The service process includes five activities that are conducted in the sequence described b
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Exp. 15 Formal Lab Report Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shoul
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Micromachining BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework 2 2/23/10 Homework #2 Due Monday, March 01, 2010 1. You are using KOH etching to define a 200 m thru-hole in a 100 wafer. What should the dimensions on your mask be i
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Course: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS
FoundationsofBusinessThought BUS1050/1051 FinalExamStudyGuide Autumn2013 Therearethreepagesofnotationherepleasereadthroughtotheend. NOTE:ThefirstsevenoreightquestionsonCiceroarelonganddensethissuggestsspendingsome timewiththatreading. Cicero differenceve
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Course: Process
Assignment Solution 5 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 12.6, p. 381. Cereal is being dried in a vertical drier by air flowing countercurrent to the cereal. To prev
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Course: Principles Of Econometrics
Econ 4650 Section 1 Midterm March, 2013 Please answer all questions. You can use a t-table and an F-table (and calculator). (There are 135 points possible.) Name: _ Q1: The following regression (presented in both in R and Excel format) is based on a sampl
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Course: Thermo
Homework #2 Solutions Thermodynamics 1-56 The pressure in chamber 2 of the two-piston cylinder shown in the figure is to be determined. Analysis Summing the forces acting on the piston in the vertical direction gives F2 + F3 = F1 P2 A2 + P3 ( A1 - A2 ) =
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Course: Business Statistics
Jiang Xinyan OIS3440-002 Case 10.3 Analysis of Green Valley Assembly Company Old Job-Enriched Sample size 50 50 Xbar (/hr) 11 9.7 Standard size (/hr) 1.2 0.9 Let 1 be population mean output of old group and 2 be population mean output of job-enriched grou
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Achem Pichay Travis Giguere Matlock Arnold Mgt 3440-1 Case Study 14.2 Sapphire Coffee Executive Summary Jenny Garcia must make a model to see if the following theory is an accurate predictor: Weekly store sales are expected to average $5.00 per sq
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Course: Principles Of Biology
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 1210 Questions for Ch 14 & 15 1. a. New strands of DNA or RNA are made in the 5 to 3 / 3 to 5 direction. (circle one) b. When double stranded, the two strands of nucleic acid are parallel / antiparallel. (circle one) c. If there is a
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We have spent considerable amount of time in class discussing several seemingly unconnected aspects of management such as the hiring and possibly firing of employees, their morale, motivation and training. We have discussed the art of conversation, learni
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1. Bihary Company has a beginning balance in its inventory account of $2,250 and the ending balance is $1,500. Cost of goods sold is $9,750. According to the cost of goods sold model, what was the amount of inventory purchased during the year? a. $ 750 c.
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Course: World Music
Ethnography List Music 3600-01 World Music Professor Cathy Clayton The following list is includes possible ethnographies written by noted ethnomusicologists. You may also be able to find some of these through used book sources. Assignment: Please read one
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Course: Survey Of Jazz
Question 1 When Louis Armstrong was called to be a goodwill ambassador, he was actively conscious of. his acute sense of stage fright and how hard it would be to play in front of unknown audiences. the irony inherent in a black man's representing a still
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Course: Thermo
1-1 Homework #1 Solutions Thermodynamics 1-2C On a downhill road the potential energy of the bicyclist is being converted to kinetic energy, and thus the bicyclist picks up speed. There is no creation of energy, and thus no violation of the conservation o
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Course: Random Process
Fall 2013 ECE 5510 Random processes Homework assignment 10 Assign date: 12/5/13 Due date: 12/12/13 (Thursday) 5:00 pm in the homework locker. 1. Y&G 12.1.1. 2. Suppose that coin 1 has probability of 0.7 of coming up heads, and coin 2 has probability 0.6 o
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Course: Air Pollution Control Engineering
CH EN 5305/6305, Air Pollution Control Engineering Solution to Homework Assignment 1 (Chapters 1, 2, Section 15.4) Prof. Geof Silcox Chemical Engineering University of Utah Due Friday, 2014 January 10, by 16:00 To ensure that you receive full credit for y
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Course: Fin Accounting I
Chapter 3 The Balance Sheet and Financial Disclosures AACSB assurance of learning standards in accounting and business education require documentation of outcomes assessment. Although schools, departments, and faculty may approach assessment and its docum
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Exp. 32 Procedure Proposal Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shou
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First MeasureNet needs to be set up for emission spectroscopy. After obtaining and cleaning a Bunsen burner, collect the river water sample. Pour a small amount of the river water onto a watch glass, hold the watch glass close to the intake of the burner,
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Course: Finan Management
Solutions to Chapter 13 The Weighted-Average Cost of Capital and Company Valuation 1. The yield to maturity for the bonds (since maturity is now 19 years) is the interest rate (r) that is the solution to the following equation: [$80 annuity factor (r, 19
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OIS 5000 Spring 2014 Quiz #1 Name: _ 1. Deming said If you can't describe what you are doing as a process, you _dont know what youre doing_. 2. What are the four main components of Process Management? a. _Inventory_ b. _Model_ c. _Improvement_ d. _Monitor
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Patrick Strey OOCP-Linda Galindo Talk MGT 3680-02 March 25, 2013 Ethics and Accountability Linda Galindo is a local consultant that works with businesses across the nation giving them expert advice on their ethical structure as well as company and employe
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Course: Microbiology
Independent Study Guide - Prokaryotic Growth I. Principles of Prokaryotic Growth (SECTION 4.1) Binary fission (FIGURE 4.1) Population growth Exponential growth (TABLE 4.1) Generation time - time it takes for a population to double in number II. Bacterial
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Course: Intro: Philosophy And Ethical Dilemmas In The Contemporary World
Midterm study guide Phil 1001 Fall 2012 The format of the exam will be 10-30 T/F or Multiple choice, 4-10 short answer, and 1-2 essay questions. Below is a sampling of topics from which the questions on the exam will be chosen. You may find the Glossary o
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ACCTG 3600, Spring 2014 QUIZ 1 (50 points, 2.5 points each) 1. Which of the following accounts normally have a credit balance? A. Unearned revenues; Prepaid rent; Revenues. B. Revenues; Expenses; Contributed capital. C. Revenues; Inventory; Unearned reven
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Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co. is a small chain of fishing tackle stores in northern Minnesota. In 2009, the companys revenue was $4,300,000 and its cost of sales was $3,200,000. Assume 52 weeks and 365 days per year. Q How many days, on average, does a pr
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Course: Analysis Of Argument
COMM1270:MidTerm#1 PartI:Matching Foreachconceptintheleftcolumn,selecttheappropriatedefinitionfromtherightcolumn.Note:Youwillnot useeveryoptionfromthecolumnontheright Concepts _A_1.Grounds _C_2.Warrant _D_3.Backing _E_4.Qualifier _B_5.Reservation Definit
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Determining the Cause of a Fish Kill 1215-040 11-2-2013 Introduction A water sample from the Clark Fork of the Columbia River will be analyzed to determine if it contains specific Group IA, Group IIA, or transition metal ions. Emission analysis will be us
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Quiz 2 MGT 3680 Human Organizational Behavior Spring, 2011 Dr. Boam NAME Key to the Quiz Part 1: Multiple Choice and True/False. Each question is worth 5 points. Indicate your choice by putting the correct letter in front of each question number. 1. (p. 2
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Course: Digital Comm Systems
Digital Communications Behrouz Farhang-Boroujeny Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Utah 2010, Behrouz Farhang-Boroujeny, ECE Department, University of Utah, MEB Room 3280, Salt Lake City, UT 84112, USA Contents Contents 1 In
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Solutions Chapter 7 In the problems in Chapter 6 it says to assume pipes are Sch. 40. In most problems in this chapter pipe inside dimensions are given, normally in integral inches. The solutions here are based on those integral inch diameters, rather tha
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Microfabrication BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework 1 2/23/10 Homework #1 Due Wednesday, January 27, 2010 in class 1. Analyze each of the expressions for photolithography resolution and explain how to maximize resolu
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Littles Law: Inventory = Flow Rate * Flow Time 1296skier/hour*5/60=108 skiers Implied utilization = Requested capacity/available capacity Capacity of each Trauma Bays: 60 min / hour (per bay) 30 min / patient = 2 patients / hour. Total capacity of 3 trau
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1. Everything we talked about during class (the lectures, discussions, etc.). 2. Pfeffer & Veiga article a. Basic Argument Its better to keep an employee instead of lay-offs. Long-term, turnover is more expensive. b. Seven Practices of Successful Organiza
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Course: Process
Solutions to Homework#3 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 10.9, p. 300 In the anaerobic fermentation of grain, the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae digests glucose fr
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 5 Due June 26, 2014 Name: 1. (5 points) The following application of Linear Algebra to curve tting is explained in greater detail in section 3.7 of your text (page 218). (a) Determine the equation of a line passing through the points (-1,-2)
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Quiz 1 MGT 3680 Human Organizational Behavior Spring, 2011 Dr. Boam NAME_Key to the Quiz_ Part 1: Multiple Choice. Each question is worth 5 points. Indicate your choice by writing the correct letter in the space before the question number. 1. (p. 5) The o
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Course: FBO Managment
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3.1 - 3.3 Transfer Func,ons 1 Review of Laplace and dieren7al equa7ons For: ax + bx + cx = df + ef Take the Laplace transform: as2 X(s) "(0) " x sx(0) + bsX(s) " x(0) + cX(s) = dsF(s) "f (0) + eF(s) ! ! Where X(s) is the Laplace transform of x(t) a
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History Around three decades ago, Hong Kong and Shenzhen were at a very distinct level of economic development. Hong Kong was far much developed as compared to Shenzhen. The business people in Hong Kong tried to bring about economic integration of the two
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What are the four fundamental a. price, product, place, and P concepts of marketing? promotion b. price, product, packaging, and promotion c. price, packaging, place, and promotion d. price, product, packaging, and place 1. 2. According to Aquinas, when i
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Course: Calculus II
Calculus II Practice Exam 4 1. Find the center, vertices and foci of the ellipse given by the equation x 2 12y2 2. Consider the parabola y 2 16 x 1 . a) What are the coordinates of the vertex V and the focus F? b) Find a point P on the parabola at which t
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Course: Calculus II
Calculus II Practice Exam 2 Find the indefinite integrals of the following functions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. cos3 x sin2 xdx xx 1 dx x x2 x2 sin xdx Calculate the definite integral. 8. 9. 10. 2 x2 3x 0 e x2 ln 2x dx 2 1 0 x2 dx 4x dx 4x dx x2 x 1 arcc
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Course: Calculus II
Calculus II Exam 4, Spring 2003 1. Find the focus and vertex (or foci and vertices) of the conic given by the equation x 2 2. Find the equation of the conic which has a focus at (6,2) and ends of the minor axis at (1,7) and (1,-3). 3. Find the equation
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Course: Calculus II
Mathematics 1220 Calculus II Examination 4, Thursday, Saturday, November 20,22 WARNING: You may use calculators, but you must show enough work to convince me that you can do the problem. 1. Consider the conic given by the equation 4x2 24x + 9y 2 + 18y + 9
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Course: Calculus II
Calculus II Exam 4, Fall 2002 1. Find the foci of the ellipse given by the equation x 2 2. The point P 1 5 lies on the parabola given by the equation y 2 8x 2y 7. Let F be the focus of this parabola. a) What are the coordinates of the focus F? b) What i
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Course: Calculus II
Math 1220 Calculus II, Examination 3, October 30, November 1, 2003: Solutions Problems are worth 20 points each. You may use calculators and Tables of Integrals. You must show enough work to convince me that you know how to do the problems. 1. Find the li
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem 3060 Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy Problem Set #1 Solutions 1. For each of the following systems, determine the order-of-magnitude value for the size of the system (in SI units of length, meters). For example, a large dog would be roughly 100 cm,
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Course: Physical Chemistry I
Chem3060QuantumChemistry&Spectroscopy ProblemSet#3Key I.TimeandLengthScales 1. The position of an electron in a molecule is known to within 1 (this value is the standard deviation). Using Heisenbergs uncertainty principle, compute the minimum uncertainty
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Mr. Ks is a very popular hair salon. It offers high-quality hair-styling and physical relaxation services at a reasonable price, so it always has unlimited demand. The service process includes five activities that are conducted in the sequence described b
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Micromachining BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework 2 2/23/10 Homework #2 Due Monday, March 01, 2010 1. You are using KOH etching to define a 200 m thru-hole in a 100 wafer. What should the dimensions on your mask be i
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Course: Process
Assignment Solution 5 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 12.6, p. 381. Cereal is being dried in a vertical drier by air flowing countercurrent to the cereal. To prev
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Course: Thermo
Homework #2 Solutions Thermodynamics 1-56 The pressure in chamber 2 of the two-piston cylinder shown in the figure is to be determined. Analysis Summing the forces acting on the piston in the vertical direction gives F2 + F3 = F1 P2 A2 + P3 ( A1 - A2 ) =
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Course: Thermo
1-1 Homework #1 Solutions Thermodynamics 1-2C On a downhill road the potential energy of the bicyclist is being converted to kinetic energy, and thus the bicyclist picks up speed. There is no creation of energy, and thus no violation of the conservation o
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Course: Random Process
Fall 2013 ECE 5510 Random processes Homework assignment 10 Assign date: 12/5/13 Due date: 12/12/13 (Thursday) 5:00 pm in the homework locker. 1. Y&G 12.1.1. 2. Suppose that coin 1 has probability of 0.7 of coming up heads, and coin 2 has probability 0.6 o
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Course: Air Pollution Control Engineering
CH EN 5305/6305, Air Pollution Control Engineering Solution to Homework Assignment 1 (Chapters 1, 2, Section 15.4) Prof. Geof Silcox Chemical Engineering University of Utah Due Friday, 2014 January 10, by 16:00 To ensure that you receive full credit for y
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Course: Fin Accounting I
Chapter 3 The Balance Sheet and Financial Disclosures AACSB assurance of learning standards in accounting and business education require documentation of outcomes assessment. Although schools, departments, and faculty may approach assessment and its docum
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Patrick Strey OOCP-Linda Galindo Talk MGT 3680-02 March 25, 2013 Ethics and Accountability Linda Galindo is a local consultant that works with businesses across the nation giving them expert advice on their ethical structure as well as company and employe
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Joes Beer, Bait, & Tackle Co. is a small chain of fishing tackle stores in northern Minnesota. In 2009, the companys revenue was $4,300,000 and its cost of sales was $3,200,000. Assume 52 weeks and 365 days per year. Q How many days, on average, does a pr
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Solutions Chapter 7 In the problems in Chapter 6 it says to assume pipes are Sch. 40. In most problems in this chapter pipe inside dimensions are given, normally in integral inches. The solutions here are based on those integral inch diameters, rather tha
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Microfabrication BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework 1 2/23/10 Homework #1 Due Wednesday, January 27, 2010 in class 1. Analyze each of the expressions for photolithography resolution and explain how to maximize resolu
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Course: Process
Solutions to Homework#3 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 10.9, p. 300 In the anaerobic fermentation of grain, the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae digests glucose fr
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Course: Thermo
ME/CH EN 2300 Thermodynamics I Homework #1 1. (!-2) Why does a bicyclist pick up speed on a downhill road even when he is not pedaling? Does this violate the conservation of energy principle? 2. (1-10) At 45o latitude, the gravitational acceleration as a
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Course: Process
Assignment Solution 2 Chemical Engineering 2800 (Summer 2008) Fundamentals of Process Engineering University of Utah Dr.Mataz Alcoutlabi Problem 1 8.8, p.220 A gas containing 80% CH4 and 20% He is sent through a quartz diffusion tube (see Figure P8.8) to
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Course: Fundamentals Of Microfabrication
Fundamentals of Microfabrication BIOEN 6421, EL EN 5221 & 6221, ME EN 5050 & 6050 Homework #3 Due Monday, March 03, 2010 1. Homework 3 Compare the advantages and disadvantages of evaporation and sputtering for depositing thin films of metal. Text 2. List
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Course: Process
Guideline of Homework 5 Problem 1 12.6, p. 381. Cereal is being dried in a vertical drier by air flowing countercurrent to the cereal. To prevent breakage of the cereal flakes, exit air from the drier is recycled. For each 1000 kg/hr of wet cereal fed to
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Course: Physics For Scientists And Engineers II
Physics 2220 Bromley Unit 4 HW Solutions Justin 2013 Spring The next eight questions pertain to the situation described below. A point charge q1 = 5.2 C is located at the center of a thick conducting shell of inner radius a = 2.1 cm and outer radius b = 4
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CH EN 3453 HEAT TRANSFER FALL 2011 HOMEWORK #4 Due Friday, September 16, 2011 at 4:00 PM Turn in to the CH EN 3453 basket at the main desk of the Chemical Engineering offices (MEB 3290) Help session Wednesday, September 14 at 4:30 p.m. in MEB 3291 1. Part
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Course: Chem 111
S49. Use information from the appendices to predict whether diamond or graphite is the stable form of carbon at 1 atm pressure. If the density of graphite is 2.26 g/cm3 and that of diamond is 3.51 g/cm3, to what value must you change the pressure to make
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Course: Principles Of Biology
Barley & Oats Brewing Backfire! By Dr. Ingrid Waldron, John Coulter and Dr. Jennifer Doherty, Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, November, 2010 1 Mr. Barley and Ms. Oat are opening a new beer brewing company, Barley & Oats Brews. Neither o
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Course: Chem 111
S3. From the following information below, determine the mass of substance C that will be formed if 45.0 g of substance A reacts with 23.0 g of substance B. (Assume that the reaction between A and B goes to completion.) a. Substance A is a gray solid that
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Course: Chem 111
S25. Baseball reporters say that long fly balls that would have carried for home runs in July die in the cold air of October and are caught. The idea behind this observation is that a baseball carries better when the air is less dense. Dry air is a mixtur
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Course: Physics For Scientists And Engineers II
HW 1 solutions Point Charge in One Dimension A point charge q1 = -3.5 C is located at the origin of a co-ordinate system. Another point charge q2 = 5.1 C is located along the x-axis at a distance x2 = 9.3 cm from q1. 1) What is F12,x, the value of the x-c
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Course: Cell Biology
Chemistry 111 supplemental problems not found in the text. These problems are adapted from Chemical Thermodynamics, An Introduction, by J. Rex Goates and J. Bevan Ott, P rinciples of Modern Chemistry b y Oxtoby, Gillis and Nachtrieb, and Chemical Principl
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Course: Physics For Scientists And Engineers II
Electromagnetic Waves 2 A plane monochromatic electromagnetic wave with wavelength = 4 cm, propagates through a vacuum. Its magnetic field is described by B =(Bxi^+Byj^)cos(kz+t) where Bx = 1.8 X 10-6 T, By = 3.1 X 10-6 T, and i-hat and j-hat are the unit
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Course: Physics For Scientists And Engineers II
Two Loop RC Circuit 1 A circuit is constructed with four resistors, one capacitor, one battery and a switch as shown. The values for the resistors are: R1 = R2 = 73 , R3 = 62 and R4 = 100 . The capacitance is C = 70 F and the battery voltage is V = 24 V.
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Course: Intro To Invest
Module 6A Bonds II Duration and Practical Applications What you will learn: The modified duration of a bond is equal to the percentage change in the bonds value divided by the change in the interest rate (yield). It is the most fundamental and widely used
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-6B #1 A 5-year 6% annual coupon bond yields 5%. Compute the Macaulay duration of the bond. Do this by filling in the following table. (1) Time until Payment (Years) 1 2 3 4 5 (2) (3) (4) Payment Payment Discount
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-8B #1 The margin requirements are : Initial 50/Maintenance 40. Ignore interest. ABC shares trade at $80. You buy 300 shares for $80 per share in your margin account . The value of shares is $ The margin is $. A.
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-9B #1 The market consensus is that Analog Electronic Corporation has an ROE = 9% and a beta of 1.25. It plans to maintain indefinitely its traditional plowback ratio of 2/3. This year's earnings were $3 per shar
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Course: Intro To Invest
Module 7A Macroeconomics What you will learn: The components and the measurement of the GDP, the measures of money supply, and the role of the central bank in the economy Why you should learn this: An investor needs to understand the basics of macroeconom
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Course: Intro To Invest
Module 5A Bonds I Price and Yield Calculations What you will learn: Bonds are credit instruments with a fixed repayment schedule (coupon and principal) payment. The interest rates (yields) on and the prices of bonds change minute by minute The concepts of
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-4B #1. Consider a three-factor model. [ ] = + ([] ) + ([] ) + ([] ) You are in charge of a $100 million Centurion Super Select Fund. You are considering investing all your money into a particular stock. Consider
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Course: Intro To Invest
Module 3A CAPM: Expected equity returns depend only on systematic risk What you will learn: That in CAPM, only systematic risk is priced, i.e. produces return to investors and is the equity cost capital to a corporation How the return on the systematic ri
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Course: Intro To Invest
Comment on 4A (since the APT theory is relative, not absolute): In class we argued: #2. One-factor APT. The risk-free rate is 8%. Here is the info on two stocks. Stock Price Div1 g Expected Return Beta X $35 4.20 4% 16% 1.00 Y $71 6.39 3% 12% 0.25 The exp
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Course: Intro To Invest
Module 1A Measuring Stock Returns What you will learn: Sources of stock returns: capital gains and dividends Definitions of arithmetic, geometric and continuous returns Calculations of means and standard deviations; the definition of a risk premium Why yo
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-2B #1 You consider two stocks: A and B. You form portfolios composed of A and B with varying weights. Expected Return (mean) Standard Deviation Correlation =0.15 A 15% 32% B 9% 23% Fill in the means and standard
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Course: Intro To Invest
First Three Letters of Last Name Name: Hmk-1B #1 ABC stock price and dividend history are as follows. Fill in the returns (to 4 decimal places). Month Price Dividend Discrete Return Continuous Return At Month End Paid at Month End (end+div-beg)/beg ln(en
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Module 2A Diversification: Combining risky and riskless assets into portfolios What you will learn: The reward-to-risk tradeoff (Capital Allocation Line) of risky-risky combinations The reward-to-risk tradeoff (Capital Allocation Line) of risky-riskless c
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
Applying Material Balances to Understand the Inner Workings of a Chemical Plant, Part Two A Collaborative Assignment for the Class of CH EN 2800-001 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Student Names: Ryan Durr, u0176304 Georgiy Kachurin, u0810032 Fahed Mo
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
Applying Material Balances to Understand the Inner Workings of a Chemical Plant A Collaborative Assignment for the Class of CH EN 2800-001 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Student Names: Ryan Durr, u0176304 Georgiy Kachurin, u0810032 Fahed Mohammad, u0
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
PROBLEM 13.18: We need to analyze different ways of controlling the temperature in the MSR because the catalyst is sensitive to high temperatures, and an increase in temperature may cause desirable production. Gas is fed to the MSR with a composition of t
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
Part a) Reformer Temperature (T) Reformer Temperature (T) Reformer Pressure (P) Reformer Pressure (P) Reformer Pressure (P) Y_H2O P*H2O = Y_H2O*P P*H2O Dew Point Temperature P*H2O @T = 35 C Y_H2O = P*H2O/P 42.175 mm Hg 0.003514 Component 855 C 1128.15 K 1
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Assume Steam:Methane is 3:1 CH4 + H2O -> CO + 3H2 CO + H2O -> CO2 + H2 COMPONENT FEED CH4 H2O CO CO2 H2 Total PRODUCT MolFrac 1600 4800 0 0 0 6400 Reformer Temperature 1 Reformer Temperature 1 Reformer Temperature 2 Reformer Temperature 2 Reformer Pressur
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Self-evaluation Your Name: _ Please evaluate in words Team Number: _ RESULTS (TECHNICAL AND TECH COMM): _ 4 (extremely competent, knew everything, did solid work) 3 (very competent, figured out what to do, confident in results), 2 (had to check the work,
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A water Antoine's Equation Raoult's Law P*_H2O (mm Hg) P*_H2O (bar) P_H2O (mm Hg) P_H2O (bar) B C 8.07131 1730.63 T 233.426 30 Component N2 O2 Water Total Component N2 O2 Total 31.74016727 0.041763378 22.21811709 0.0292343646 mole fraction CH4 Molar coeff
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
% % % % Georgiy Kachurin u0810032 CH EN 2800-001 Fund of Process Engg Homework 4, Problem 1 SRK Equation of State Function function V = SRK(T, Tc, P, Pc, w) % This SRK equation function finds the value for V for % a specific species. % % INPUT: % T - Temp
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% % % % Georgiy Kachurin u0810032 CH EN 2800-001 Fund of Process Engg Homework 4, Problem 1 Virial Equation of State Function function V = virial(T, Tc, P, Pc, w) % This virial equation function finds the value for B for % a specific species. % % INPUT: %
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Georgiy Kachurin u0810032 CH EN 2800-001 Homework 11 Due Date: 4/22/14 Problem 1) Professor Terry Ring talked about process design, and aspects related to the subject. He lectured about companies in the same scope, mentioning that companies view their int
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% % % % Georgiy Kachurin u0810032 CH EN 2800-001 Fund of Process Engg Homework 4, Problem 1 Ideal Gas Equation of State Function function V = ideal(P, T) % This ideal gas equation function finds the value for V, % the specific volume for a specific specie
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Georgiy Kachurin, u0810032, CH EN 2800-001, Homework 11, Due Date: 4/22/2014 Problem 9.11 Cp constants n-butane i-butane a b 9.2300E-02 8.9460E-02 Substance n-but i-but HCl _in (mol) Value Data c 2.7880E-04 -1.5470E-07 3.0130E-04 1.8910E-07 d 3.4980E-11 4
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Georgiy Kachurin, u0810032 CH EN 2800-001, Homework 9 Problem 1) Cp constants CH3OH (liquid) CH3OH (gas) H2O (liquid) a b Value Data Feed rate Feed rate per sec Flow rate CH3OH Flow rate H2O T_in (T1) T_out (T2) T_boil, CH3OH (T) T_boil, H2O Molar mass, C
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Course: Fund Of Process Engg
Georgiy Kachurin, u0810032, CH EN 2800-001, Homework 10, Due Date: 4/18/2014 Problem 9.11 Cp constants n-butane i-butane a 9.2300E-02 8.9460E-02 b c 2.7880E-04 -1.5470E-07 3.0130E-04 1.8910E-07 d 3.4980E-11 4.9870E-11 Substance n-but i-but HCl _in (mol) H
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Problem 1) Cp constants a Toluene (liquid) Toluene (gas) 1.49E-01 9.42E-02 Value Latent heat of vaporization (Hvap) T_initial T_boil T_final Data b c d 3.24E-04 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 3.80E-04 -2.79E-07 8.03E-11 Units Notes 33.47 kJ/mol 100 C 110.5 C 300 C Inp
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Problem 2 Part a) A MeOH Water Temperature set P = 760 by varying temperature Pressure B 8.08097 7.9668 84.001376153 C 1582.271 1668.21 log(P) P (mm Hg) 239.726 3.193305 1560.64777 228 2.619997 416.866178 760.0006541 Part b) Y_i X_i 0.6160446404 0.3839553
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% Georgiy Kachurin u0810032 % CH EN 2800-001 clc, clear all, close all; Yi_M = Xi_M = Yi_W = Xi_W = A = rref(A) 0.616044702; 0.3; 0.383955298; 0.7; [Yi_M Xi_M 50; Yi_W Xi_W 50]; When the code is run, the answer is: ans = 1.0000 0 0 1.0000 63.2822 36.7178
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Exp. 15 Formal Lab Report Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shoul
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Exp. 32 Procedure Proposal Template - Spring 2014 Replace all NON-BOLD text with the information indicated. Please leave the BOLD section headings as they are. Numbered items indicate the desired order of information within a section. This assignment shou
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First MeasureNet needs to be set up for emission spectroscopy. After obtaining and cleaning a Bunsen burner, collect the river water sample. Pour a small amount of the river water onto a watch glass, hold the watch glass close to the intake of the burner,
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Determining the Cause of a Fish Kill 1215-040 11-2-2013 Introduction A water sample from the Clark Fork of the Columbia River will be analyzed to determine if it contains specific Group IA, Group IIA, or transition metal ions. Emission analysis will be us
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 5 Due June 26, 2014 Name: 1. (5 points) The following application of Linear Algebra to curve tting is explained in greater detail in section 3.7 of your text (page 218). (a) Determine the equation of a line passing through the points (-1,-2)
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 3 Due June 5, 2014 Name: 1. Consider the dierential equation dx = 4x4 x2 dt (a) Find the equilbria and draw the phase portrait. (b) Classify the equilibria as stable, unstable, or semi-stable. (c) Use Maples DEplot command to plot the slope
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Course: Differential Equations And Linear Algebra
Math 2250 Lab 1 Due May 22, 2014 Name: 1. Verify that the exponential integral y(x) = Ei(x) = x eu du u with x > 0, satises the dierential equation: d2 y 1 dy = 0. + 1+ 2 dx x dx b a x d Useful identities: a f (u)du = b f (u)du and dx a f (u)du = f (x) ar
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free From www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (2) - SQueeze Theorem 1. I and g are functions such that I(x) are real numbers. Find =) x2 + 21 x and a I :S; g(x) :S; b, where a and b limHo I(x)g(x) ll~ fex) 'f-60 -= 0 &C!). ~&) L(Vv
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Chanae Cl1 The cross section of the container on the right is an isosceles trapezoid whose angle, lower base are given below. The length of the container is 1 meter. If water po
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analvzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions ~ Find the following limits -7x 1. lim -J4x2 x-+oo +3 -y,- 2. lim.J x2 + X + 2 x-+ 00 x - ~ Yv\ cfw_K IJ I~ ;- 1" f-v - X dO - 0( J )( ' -~J)(L+J)( '-+x l\-v>. .- I'
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: InteQration of Functions (1) Use integration rules to evaluate the following integrals 1. f (x-3)(x+2) 2 dx j , l'l\c fcfw_"U"l~(~\ F'1l'-Lh'u~( .' .' . ,._-~.,.,. ,._ . . ,~ ) ~ , .~,
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analvzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions <ll Find the following limits () \ . 1. x2 -16 / -. 11m x2 + 2x - 24 x-+o " (? - _ 11o 0 2. hm - x-5 x-+ -1 x2 4 _ \lM . X. 1-_4 :x-+\ y:-r- L~"'" . '- (f4'0 C~ (x:
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analvzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions Find the following limits m 1. 1- 3sinx lm-x X~OO eLL' \f \ Je C0l \ If ~. I-k ~h. cr-c-L- ~ <' ~ X. , _ 1- ~ 3 ~ )(~( 2'J<~ . 2. 1- cosx-1 lm- x x~o tan ~ ~ o 7< lA
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analvzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions Find the following limits cfw_jj 1. lim X-H<Xl x2 - + x-3 5x2 2 2. ~ ~ -0 x4 -r-rio ( - I S- ) lim X~-<Xl 2 + 2 4x3- x -3x ~ 0\0 r\, "'" lA>'- X) ~ uc~ X <0 + -L 7<-
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Change (2) The cross section of the container on the right is an isosceles trapezoid whose angle, lower base are given below. The length of the container is 1 meter. If water po
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free From www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Even and Odd Functions (1) 1. 1is an even function and g is an odd function. Show that a) (I g)( x) is an odd function. -t ~ve", -) \ eJ-\0 -H -><) ~ fc><) (AI): ; d a-dd ()() -) ~ (- ,) -:0 - ~(,) Gc" ~ C
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Course: Math 1210 Calculus 1
Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Chanae (! A 5 meter ladder leaning against a wall has its lower part moving away from the wall at the rate of 1 meter/second. At what speed is the top of the ladder moving down
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Chanae (11 Water is poured at the rate of O.01literlsecond into the conical container shown below. Assume the container is empty at the start of the experiment (t = 0), find the
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Chanae (11 A block of ice start melting at t = 0 where t is the time. The rate at which its mass M decreases is proportional to the cube root of the mass. If the initial (at t =
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Change (2) A 5 meter ladder leaning against a wall has its lower part moving away from the wall at the rate of 1 meter/second. At what speed is the top of the ladder moving down
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Change (2) A block of ice start melting at t = 0 where t is the time. The rate at which its mass M decreases is proportional to the cube root of the mass. If the initial (at t =
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Rate of Change (1) Water is poured at the rate of 0.01 liter/second into the conical container shown below. Assume the container is empty at the start of the experiment (t = 0), find th
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Free From www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions(1) Find if possible 1. lim x0 2 1 e 1 x 2. 1 lim x 0 2 arctan( ) x Free From www.analyzemath.co
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (1) The graph of function f defined on the interval [-2, 3] is shown below. 1. Sketch the graph of y | f ( x) | and find its domain and range. 2. Sketch the graph of
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (4) Find the following limits 1. lim x 7x 4x2 3 2. lim x x2 x 2 x
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Free From www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (2) Squeeze Theorem 1. f and g are functions such that f ( x) x 2 2 | x | and a g ( x) b , where a and b are real numbers. Find lim x0 f ( x) g ( x) 2. Find the following limits 1 a) li
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analvzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (.1 The graph of function f defined on the interval [-2, 3] is shown below. 3 -3 1. Sketch the graph of Y =1 f(x) I and find its domain and range. t -3 -2 -1 -1 -2 -
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Free calculus worksheets from www.analyzemath.com Calculus Worksheet: Functions and Derivatives Given Bv Tables (11 Functions I and g and their derivatives are defined in the table below x 4 5 02 -4.5 3 6 3 03 g g' I' I a) IfH(X) = g\x)/(x) b) IfM(X) = 2/
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