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Problem Set 2 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 9 October 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 16 October 2012. This assignment covers aspects of axiomatic probability, discrete and continuous random variables, expectation, and independence. This material shoul
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b Analytic Quiz 1 Solution Chefung Chan (cchan@caltech.edu), Winter 2008 Problem 1 (10 points) A rocket ship of length L (as measured in its own rest frame) moves with velocity v along the + direction as observed in the laboratory frame. At time t = t
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 2 October 12, 2012 ACM 95a/100a Niles A. Pierce Due October 19, 2012 3pm in Steele House dropbox (2 pts) Include grading section number 1. (27 pts) Evaluate and plot the following in the complex plane: a) (cos i)i , b) arctan(1 + i) 2. (12 pts
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #3 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Decay). (a) Take the random variable X distributed as a Pareto with scale 1 and tail parameter . We have the cdf FX (x) = P(X x) = 1 x , Since X is nonnegative the tail function for
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PS3 Answer Key Problem 1. Synaptic integration (1.5 points) A. (0.9 point) Inhibition Many inhibitory synapses in the CNS utilize GABAA and glycine receptors. Both GABAA and glycine receptor channels are permeable to Cl ions. Calculate the Nernst potenti
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Problem Set 6 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 13 November 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 20 November 2012. This assignment covers probability generating functions and branching processes. Starred problems are optional; see the syllabus for details. Doub
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Course: ACM95a
ACM 95a/100a Notes Eric Tai January 25, 2007 Contents 1 Complex Variables 1.1 Polar Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Eulers Formula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Course: Calculus Of One And Several Variables
1 The Real Number System The rational numbers are beautiful, but are not big enough for various purposes, and the set R of real numbers was constructed in the late nineteenth century, as a kind of an envelope of Q. (More later on this.) For a nonconstruct
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Highlights Feb 5 f The poten*al energy surface (PES) corresponds to the ground state energy of the Schrodinger equa*on as a func*on of nuclear posi*on. The PES is an energy landscape that includes all informa*on abou
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Course: Organic Chemistry
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Quick Guide to Molecular Orbitals Frontier Molecular Orbital (FMO) Theory: organic reactions will occur between the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) of the nucleophile and the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) of the electrophile. Fuk
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Here is the Atheneum from the southwest, as it might be viewed from one of the student's residences. This is our final lecture and it gives us a chance to wrap up some of the concepts we've introduced to show you where we need a lot more data. And to int
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Disney (Walt) Co. (The) (NYS: DIS) Financial Highlights as of 09/28/2013 in USD Income Statement Total Revenue EBITDA Operating Income Net Income Revenue per Share EPS from Continuing Operations EPS  Net Income  Diluted Share Outstanding Weighted Averag
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Course: Management Of Technology
Overviev Electrical Drive Systems 324 1 Industrial Motor Control Dr. P.J Randewijk Stellenbosch University Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Stephan J. Chapman Chapter 6.8 (5th Edition) Industrial Motor Control Introduction Switch Gear Industria
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Course: Management Of Technology
2.6 & 2.10 The PerUnit System The perunit system gives us an indication as to what the power (active, reactive or apparent), the voltage and the current is Electrical Drive Systems 324 The PerUnit System with respect to the transformers (or electrical
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Course: Management Of Technology
Outline Electrical Drive Systems 324 Synchronous Motors 1 Dr. P.J Randewijk Stellenbosch University Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Chapman, Chapter 5 5.1 Basic Principles of Motor Operation 5.2 SteadyState Synchronous Motor Operation 5.3 Sta
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Course: Asian History
Steve Xu Writing Assignment #9 (Rewrite) Comparative Essay on Kelly and Thompson The Huns were a group of nomadic people who around 370 CE migrated into the East European steppes and built up a vast empire based in the Hungarian Plains. They formed a powe
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Course: Asian History
Steve Xu Assignment #6 Final Response Paper I was first introduced to the word Huns after watching the Disney movie Mulan in my childhood years. Incorporating catchy tunes and an oldfashioned story line with a happy ending, Mulan was made for entertainme
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Reisman, 1/22/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 7, 8 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 7 and 15.9 Daley & Daley: Chapter 5.45.6 (starting at p. 22 of pdf) Chapter 6.46.10 (starting at p. 13 of pdf) Useful websites: http:/www.chem.wisc.edu/areas/reich/pkatable
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Reisman, 1/30/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 911 Supplement Relevant Reading: Daley & Daley: Chapter 5.45.6 (starting at p. 22 of pdf) Chapter 6.46.10 (starting at p. 13 of pdf) Chapter 7.2 and 7.8 For a general introduction to organic chemistry, you might find
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Reisman, 1/13/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 3, 4, 5 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 15 and 16 Key Concepts: Four Characteristics of an Equilibrium State: ! display no macroscopic evidence of change ! reached through spontaneous processes ! exhibit a dyn
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Reisman, 1/6/14 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 1 and 2 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 14 Key Concepts: Stoichiometry: calculation of the relative quantities of reactants and products in a chemical reaction (follows the Law of conservation of mass; total ma
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Bi114 Midterm Exam NAME:_ Due Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 5pm Please return the completed exam to 275 Church (Sarkis Mazmanians office) no later than 5pm. Please make sure to hand the exam to Sarkis directly. If I am not in the office, please deliver the
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Course: CS 21
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2012 Final Exam Solutions Posted: March 16 If you have not turned in the nal, obviously you should not consult these solutions. 1. (a) First, the problem is in PSPACE, for the usual reason for 2player games. Giv
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2013 Midterm Out: February 6 Due: February 13 This is a midterm. You may consult only the course notes and the text (Sipser). You may not collaborate. The full honor code guidelines can be found in the course syl
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1.) The backbone of the species [C2H5FNO2S2]+ is sketched below. The sketch shows only the connectivity of the atoms. It does not imply anything about the molecules shape. O O F H S H C H p l an a r t ri an g u la r b en t N H O O S p la n ar tr ian g u l
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Course: Waves & Quantum Mechanics
P h002a, F all 2 008 Quiz 2 Due: 2 8 O ctober 2 008 A string with length tr, tension ?, and mass per unit length p is fixed at both e nds. 1. What is the angular frequency ir.rrof the fundamental mode (n: I)? 11p ointl 2. Write down the most generalseries
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2013 Final Out: March 13 Due: March 20, noon This is a nal exam. You may consult only the course notes and the text (Sipser). You may not collaborate. The full honor code guidelines can be found in the course syl
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Problem Set 2 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 9 October 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 16 October 2012. This assignment covers aspects of axiomatic probability, discrete and continuous random variables, expectation, and independence. This material shoul
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #3 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Decay). (a) Take the random variable X distributed as a Pareto with scale 1 and tail parameter . We have the cdf FX (x) = P(X x) = 1 x , Since X is nonnegative the tail function for
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Problem Set 6 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 13 November 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 20 November 2012. This assignment covers probability generating functions and branching processes. Starred problems are optional; see the syllabus for details. Doub
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #2 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Field of Dreams). (a) To show that Both F F G G and is a eld, we show that For any countable set of events cfw_Ai i=1 in since they are For the event c A F G. . contain the imposs
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b (analytic track): Solution to Homework 7 Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 33 ( 5 points ) Using Eqs.8 and 9, p.100 Purcell, we determine R so that half of Q, the induced charge on the plane, is contained within the circle of radius R: Q = 2 = 0 R
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MS/EST 143, Problem Set #4 assigned 04/18/11 due 04/22/11 1. Construct the Brouwer diagram for a pure binary oxide M2O, where M is a 1+ cation, for which, at the temperature of interest, the predominant defects are Schottky vacancies. Frenkel defects are
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Bank of America Corp. (NYS: BAC) Issue: Bank of America Corp. (NYS:BAC) Date: From 02/28/1994 to 02/28/2014 Frequency: monthly Adjusted Prices Historical Pricing Date Open High Low Close Volume 02/28/2014 01/31/2014 12/31/2013 11/29/2013 10/31/2013 09/30/
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Course: Introduction To Quantum Physics
Physics 12b 3Dimensional Quantum Physics 3 6 98 These plots were produced using the IQ program from the book Quantum Mechanics on the Macintosh" by Siegmund Brandt and Hans Dieter Dahmen Springer Verlag, 1991. All the relevant mathematics is in Libo , se
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 5 Goals In this assignment you will write a program to simulate a simple onedimensional cellular automaton, which are related to (but are not the same as) twodimensional cellular automata like Conway's game of Life. We will use this
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 8: Implementing a virtual machine Goals This lab is the last assignment in this track. By now you know almost all the important aspects of the C language, with the exception of a few features like function pointers which aren't really
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 7 Goals This week, we are going to move beyond a discussion of builtin features of the C language (we've covered most of them already) and continue discussing how to implement fundamental data structures in C. The data structure we wi
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 6 Goals In this assignment you will write a sorting program similar to the program from lab 3, except that it uses linked lists instead of arrays to hold the list of numbers read in off the command line. In the process, you will learn
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 2 Lie Groups A Lie Group is a group which is also a manifold, thus there is a small neighborhood around the identity which looks like a piece of RN , where N is the dimension of the group. The coordinate unit vector Ta are the elements of the Lie
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Time evolution in the Fourier expansion of the KleinGordon eld A question was asked in lecture on 10/15 regarding the time evolution of the possible solutions to the KleinGordon equation. In particular, we had the following representation of the eld in
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Course: Management Of Technology
Objective To learn to determine the saturation characteristics, the core losses, and the equivalent circuit parameters of a singlephase transformer. Procedure Part 1: Figure 1: Open Circuit OnePhase Transformer Connect the circuit shown in Figure 1, and
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Course: Management Of Technology
Outline Electrical Drive Systems 324 AC Machinery Fundamentals 1 Dr. P.J Randewijk Stellenbosch University Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Chapter 3 AC Machinery Fundamentals 3.2 AC Machinery Fundamentals 3.3 MMF & Flux distribution on AC Mach
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Course: Electromagnetic Engineering
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering Spring 2005 _ Announcements You can pick up the graded final exam in the box outside room 238
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WalMart Stores, Inc. (NYS: WMT) General Company Information Principal Office 702 S.W. 8th Street Bentonville, AR 72716 USA Website www.walmart.com Phone 479 2734000 Primary NAICS 452990 : All Other General Merchandise Stores Auditor Ernst & Young LLP Cl
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Bank of America Corp. (NYS: BAC) Issue: Bank of America Corp. (NYS:BAC) Date: From 02/28/1994 to 02/28/2014 Frequency: monthly Adjusted Prices Historical Pricing Date Open High Low Close Volume 02/28/2014 01/31/2014 12/31/2013 11/29/2013 10/31/2013 09/30/
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Fall 2013 Syllabus CS/EC 133: Electricity Markets Meets Wednesday Friday: 1 230 pm in Baxter 25. Instructor: John Ledyard Office: Baxter 102, x8482, Email: jledyard@caltech.edu, Office Hours:
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BEM 109 Spring 2013 Fixed Income and Credit Risk Derivatives Instructor: Jianfeng Zhang, 207 Baxter, Tel: 6263954558, Email: jzhang2@caltech.edu Time and location: Th 6:00pm  9:00pm, 127 Baxter. Oce hours: Th 4:30pm  6:00pm, 207 Baxter Textbooks (requ
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS21: Decidability and Tractability course information and tentative schedule Catalog description: This course introduces the formal foundations of computer science, the fundamental limits of computation, and the limits of ecient computation. Topics will
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Problem Set 2 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 9 October 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 16 October 2012. This assignment covers aspects of axiomatic probability, discrete and continuous random variables, expectation, and independence. This material shoul
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b Analytic Quiz 1 Solution Chefung Chan (cchan@caltech.edu), Winter 2008 Problem 1 (10 points) A rocket ship of length L (as measured in its own rest frame) moves with velocity v along the + direction as observed in the laboratory frame. At time t = t
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 2 October 12, 2012 ACM 95a/100a Niles A. Pierce Due October 19, 2012 3pm in Steele House dropbox (2 pts) Include grading section number 1. (27 pts) Evaluate and plot the following in the complex plane: a) (cos i)i , b) arctan(1 + i) 2. (12 pts
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #3 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Decay). (a) Take the random variable X distributed as a Pareto with scale 1 and tail parameter . We have the cdf FX (x) = P(X x) = 1 x , Since X is nonnegative the tail function for
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PS3 Answer Key Problem 1. Synaptic integration (1.5 points) A. (0.9 point) Inhibition Many inhibitory synapses in the CNS utilize GABAA and glycine receptors. Both GABAA and glycine receptor channels are permeable to Cl ions. Calculate the Nernst potenti
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Problem Set 6 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 13 November 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 20 November 2012. This assignment covers probability generating functions and branching processes. Starred problems are optional; see the syllabus for details. Doub
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 2 Solutions ACM 95a/100a October 12, 2012 Faisal Amlani (famlani@gmail.com) Total: 112 points (2 for grading section) Problem 1 (27 points) Evaluate and plot the following in the complex plane: a) (cos i)i , b) arctan(1 + i) Solution 1 For thi
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ACM 95/100c Problem Set 2 Solutions Faisal Amlani, faisal@caltech.edu April 17, 2012 Problem 1 (25 points) Consider the function given by f (x) = (1  x2 /L2 ) 0 < x < L. (a) Develop the Fourier sine series over the interval 0 < x < L. (b) Develop the Fou
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #2 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Field of Dreams). (a) To show that Both F F G G and is a eld, we show that For any countable set of events cfw_Ai i=1 in since they are For the event c A F G. . contain the imposs
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Course: General Chemistry
Name Section Rec TA Side 1 of 4 Ch 1b, Problem Set Six Due Friday, Feb. 18, 2011 at 4 PM PST in the Drop Box 1. Buffer Solutions (21 points) An aqueous buffer is prepared by dissolving 0.13 mol of sodium sulfanilate (NaNH2C6H4SO3) into 1.00 L of 0.20 M su
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 1 Solutions ACM 95a/100a October 10, 2008 Faisal Amlani (faisal@caltech.edu) Total: 105 points (5 for grading section) Problem 1 (25 points) Suppose z = x + iy with x, y and write the following in the form a + ib where a, b : a) z+z , 1+z b) (
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b (analytic track): Solution to Homework 7 Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 33 ( 5 points ) Using Eqs.8 and 9, p.100 Purcell, we determine R so that half of Q, the induced charge on the plane, is contained within the circle of radius R: Q = 2 = 0 R
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Alex D A solution to problem 1. The continuity theorem says that Xn X if the characteristic functions n of Xn converge pointwise to X , the characteristic function of X. From the back of Grimmett and Stirzaker, we nd that n n (t) = 1 + eit nn and X (t) =
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 2 October 10, 2008 ACM 95a/100a Niles A. Pierce Due October 17, 2008 3pm in Firestone 303 (2 pts) Include grading section number 1. (27 pts) Evaluate and plot the following in the complex plane: a) (cos i)i , b) arctan(1 + i) 2. (12 pts) Ident
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b Analytic Quiz 4 Solution Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 1 (10 points total) Solution: We know E = dV , therefore we have, dx 24 13 ab 13 24 EII = b 24 13 EIII = ab EI = 1 The diagram shows a crosssectional view of 4 identical conducting plates
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Course: ACM95a
ACM 95a/100a Notes Eric Tai January 25, 2007 Contents 1 Complex Variables 1.1 Polar Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Eulers Formula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Course: ACM95a
Problem Set 4 October 26, 2012 ACM 95a/100a Niles A. Pierce Due November 2, 2012 3pm in Steele House Drop Box (2 pts) Include grading section number 1. (10 pts) Consider the function f (z ) = z 1/2 = rei/2 , /2 < < 3/2 and the contour C corresponding to
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MS/EST 143, Problem Set #4 assigned 04/18/11 due 04/22/11 1. Construct the Brouwer diagram for a pure binary oxide M2O, where M is a 1+ cation, for which, at the temperature of interest, the predominant defects are Schottky vacancies. Frenkel defects are
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #6 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Flounder). (a) Let X denote the number of listeners resulting from a single listener's actions in a given month. This fan will stop listening to Flounder (independent of other fans)
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #5 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Memento). (a) The geometric random variable X represents the number of failed iid Bernoulli trials performed before achieving a successful one. If the Bernoulli trials have common s
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BMB 170a 2011 Problem Set 4: Lipids, Membranes, and Membrane Proteins 1. Lipid Molecules and Structures (25pts) a. Below is a representation of the shape of a lipid tail that might be attached to a head group represented as a green sphere. Propose a possi
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Babraham Bioinformatics Viewing Protein 3D Structures with Deep View A quick guide to the visualisation components of Deep View Version 1.3 (public) Viewing Protein 3D Structures with Deep View 2 Licence This manual is 20078, Simon Andrews. This manual i
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b (analytic track): Solution to Homework 8 Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 42 ( 5 points ) Each electron makes 3 108 m/s = 1.25 106 round trips per second. 240 m The charge passing any point, per second, is I = 1.25 106 1011 4.8 1010 = 6 107 esu/s =
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
Ph1b Analytic Quiz 3 Solution Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 1 (6 points total) A spherically symmetric charge distribution is given by (r ) = 0 ; 0 < r < a K = ; a<r<b r =0; r>b where K is a constant. At the center, r = 0, there is a point charge q .
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Problem Set 4 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 30 October 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 6 November 2012. This assignment covers basic transformations of random variables, sums of independent random variables, random walks, the law of large numbers, and
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Bi150 Problem Set 3 Due: Tuesday, October 25th, 2011, at 4:30 P.M. At the Bi 150 Box 3rd floor of Kerckhoff in front of Room 326 (The building may be locked after 5 P.M.) INSTRUCTIONS Please: 1) Turn in your work with this cover page. 2) Use separate shee
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Bi114 Midterm Exam NAME:_ Due Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 5pm Please return the completed exam to 275 Church (Sarkis Mazmanians office) no later than 5pm. Please make sure to hand the exam to Sarkis directly. If I am not in the office, please deliver the
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Course: ACM95a
ACM 95a/100a Problem Set 2 Solutions Prepared by: Zhiyi Li October 10, 2007 Total: 112 points Include grading section: 2 points Problem 1 (27 points) Evaluate and plot the following in the complex plane: a) (cos i)i , b) arctan(1 + i) Solution 1 For this
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Course: Control
EXERCISES 26 many specic topics of interest to the physics community. Exercises 1.1 (Eye motion) Perform the following experiment and explain your results: Holding your head still, move one of your hands left and right in front of your face, following it
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Course: CS 21
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2012 Final Exam Solutions Posted: March 16 If you have not turned in the nal, obviously you should not consult these solutions. 1. (a) First, the problem is in PSPACE, for the usual reason for 2player games. Giv
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Course: Astronomy And Cosmology
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA Department of Physics 2014 WINTER GALAXIES AND COSMOLOGY TA: Jared Brooks SOLUTION SET #3 Problem 1: Scales relevant to (Ryden 4.1) 5 pts. What about the Galaxy? (size = 10 kpc, mass = 1011 M ) Solution: Extending t
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Course: Mechanics Of Structures And Solids
AE/AM/CE/ME 102b Homework 1 Solution Mechanics of Structures and Solids  Winter 2012 Xin (Cindy) Wang January 24, 2012 Oce Hours: Kaushik Bhattacharya (bhatta@caltech.edu)  By appointment Ha Giang (hagiang@caltech.edu)  Monday 5pm  6pm, SFL Multimedia
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Course: General Chemistry
Name: Section: Rec TA: Side 1 of 3 Ch 1b, Problem Set Five Due Friday, Feb. 11, 2011 at 4 PM in the Drop Box 1. Enthalpy Change & Phase Transitions (24 points) Calculate H (units: kJ) for this process: Process Start: 2.00 mol of steam at 130C Process End:
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Course: Electricity And Relativity
P 1 A a taH 9 o t n hb nl i l W S l i yc uo C e n C a, i e20 hf g hnW n r 08 u t
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2013 Midterm Out: February 6 Due: February 13 This is a midterm. You may consult only the course notes and the text (Sipser). You may not collaborate. The full honor code guidelines can be found in the course syl
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Course: Astronomy And Cosmology
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA Department of Physics 2014 WINTER GALAXIES AND COSMOLOGY TA: Jared Brooks SOLUTION SET #8 Problem 1: Recombination and baryon to photon ratio (Ryden 9.1) 5 pts. The purpose of this problem is to determine how the un
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Course: Electromagnetic Engineering
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering Caltech Spring `05 Homework 5 Due Tuesday, May 10th in class 1. Antireflection (AR) coating: A transparent dielectric coating is applied to a glass substrate (r = 4,r = 1) to eliminate the reflection of a normall
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1.) The backbone of the species [C2H5FNO2S2]+ is sketched below. The sketch shows only the connectivity of the atoms. It does not imply anything about the molecules shape. O O F H S H C H p l an a r t ri an g u la r b en t N H O O S p la n ar tr ian g u l
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Course: CS 21
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2012 Problem Set 1 Out: January 11 Due: January 18 Reminder: you are encouraged to work in groups of two or three; however you must turn in your own writeup and note with whom you worked. You may consult the cou
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2012 Midterm Solutions Out: February 13 1. (a) The language L1 is context free but not regular. To see it is context free, consider the NPDA that rst pushes as onto the stack until it sees the rst b, then pops as
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Course: Waves & Quantum Mechanics
P h002a, F all 2 008 Quiz 2 Due: 2 8 O ctober 2 008 A string with length tr, tension ?, and mass per unit length p is fixed at both e nds. 1. What is the angular frequency ir.rrof the fundamental mode (n: I)? 11p ointl 2. Write down the most generalseries
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS 21 Decidability and Tractability Winter 2013 Final Out: March 13 Due: March 20, noon This is a nal exam. You may consult only the course notes and the text (Sipser). You may not collaborate. The full honor code guidelines can be found in the course syl
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Course: Business Statistics
NUMERICAL DESCRIPTIVE MEASURES III. Exploratory Data Analysis A. Five Number Summary B. Boxplot 41 BOXPLOTS a.) Construct a box plot for the fiveyear average return for the Apparel and Shoes Industry. 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 % Returns 62 40 45 50 55 BOXPLOTS
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ACM 95/100c Final exam June 2, 2012 For seniors: Due by midnight on 6/8/2012 For everyone else: Due by midnight on 6/15/2012 Please upload a scan or pdf of your midterm set via Moodle. Please keep a copy of your midterm after you have submitted it (just i
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Course: Chemical
ChE 101 2012 Problem Set 6 Read Schmidt, Chapter 7 1. Derivation of the Langmuir isotherm: In this problem, we will use the tools of statistical mechanics to derive the Langmuir adsorption isotherm and understand how it changes with temperature. All of th
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Course: Numerical Linear Algebra
ACM 106a Fall 2012 Instructor: Thomas Hou Homework 5 Due Nov. 9, 5:00pm In this set, you will need the book Numerical Linear Algebra by Trefethen and Bau. If you do not have it, the needed pages are scanned for you. The points of each problem is mentioned
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Course: Astronomy And Cosmology
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA Department of Physics 2014 WINTER GALAXIES AND COSMOLOGY TA: Jared Brooks SOLUTION SET #1 Problem 1: Neutrino Mass (Ryden 2.4) 5 pts. Suppose that the dierence between the square of the mass of the electron neutrino
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Course: Chemical
ChE 101 2012 Problem Set 2 Solutions 1. Consider the following reversible elementary reaction: A 2B The rate coefficient of the forward reaction is kf = 25 hr1 , and the rate coefficient of the reverse reaction is kb = 4 M1 hr1 . The aqueous phase reac
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Course: ACM95c
ACM 95/100c Problem Set 4 Solutions Lei Zhang April 22, 2006 Each problem is worth 10 points  each part of a multipart problem is weighted equally Problem 1 (Collaboration allowed) The following problem examines the Fourier transform for the function b
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Name Section Rec TA Side 1 of 3 Ch 1a, Problem Set Eight Due Friday, November 18, 2005 at 4 PM Problem s 2 and 3 a re d esignated ( ) as no collaboration problems. 1. (30 Points) Molecular size is governed by factors including bond lengths and atomic radi
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8.1.11 u = a(1 u) uv 2 There is a xed point at (1, 0) for all a and k . Nullclines curves are given by u= a a + v2 and u= a+k v v = uv 2 (a + k )v Figure 1: Nullcline Curves as the parameters are varied These curves intersect when a+k a = 2 a+v v (0.1) s
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1 The Real Number System The rational numbers are beautiful, but are not big enough for various purposes, and the set R of real numbers was constructed in the late nineteenth century, as a kind of an envelope of Q. (More later on this.) For a nonconstruct
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Name Section Rec TA Side 1 of 9 Ch 1b, Problem Set One Due Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 at 4 PM PST in the Drop Box 1. Molecular Hybridization (15 points) Below, the chromophore of neocarzinostatin is shown. This enediyne molecule, in conjunction with its apoprot
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EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering Spring 2005 _ Announcements You can pick up the graded final exam in the box outside room 238
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AP Physics C 1993 Multiple Choice Questions Mechanics The materials included in these files are intended for use by AP teachers for course and exam preparation in the classroom; permission for any other use must be sought from the Advanced Placement Progr
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1 The Real Number System The rational numbers are beautiful, but are not big enough for various purposes, and the set R of real numbers was constructed in the late nineteenth century, as a kind of an envelope of Q. (More later on this.) For a nonconstruct
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Highlights Feb 5 f The poten*al energy surface (PES) corresponds to the ground state energy of the Schrodinger equa*on as a func*on of nuclear posi*on. The PES is an energy landscape that includes all informa*on abou
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Quick Guide to Molecular Orbitals Frontier Molecular Orbital (FMO) Theory: organic reactions will occur between the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) of the nucleophile and the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) of the electrophile. Fuk
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Here is the Atheneum from the southwest, as it might be viewed from one of the student's residences. This is our final lecture and it gives us a chance to wrap up some of the concepts we've introduced to show you where we need a lot more data. And to int
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Hi there we're going to talk about several additional topics before we go on to talk about drugs for schizophrenia. So in this lecture we'll discuss non genetic contributions to schizophrenia. We'll discuss biomarkers and we'll discuss animals models for
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Hello, were back talking about drugs and molecules, rather than about personalities, in the context of bipolar disorder. In terms of therapeutic approaches to bipolar disorder, A very important statement is that many bipolar patients avoid therapy or r
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. Today, we are going to talk about Schizophrenia. It's the last of the major neuroscience diseases that we will discuss. We're going to follow our usual procedure of discussing first, the clinical description. Then, what we know about the genetics. Then
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Hello, this mini lecture is entitled Schizophrenia Pathophysiology, A Century of Frustration. Because as you'll see, history shows that we do not yet have an idea about what causes schizophrenia. In fact, over the past century, each advance in biology an
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Here is the culmination of our lectures on schizophrenia. We're going to be discussing drugs for schizophrenia. All of the drugs that are presently approved for schizophrenia fall into the classification of antipsychotics. They suppress the positive symp
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This garden in the foreground and Millikan Library in the background. This scene appeared in several episodes of Numb3rs. Hello. We're going to talk about a delicate and perhaps controversial topic. And this is the question of how it is that genes predis
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This is the first of three lectures on Bipolar Disease. Many students have asked to learn more about Bipolar Disease in order to be able to help friends or relatives who seem to have a disorder somewhere on the Bipolar spectrum. Unfortunately it's rather
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Hello, in this minilecture we're going to continue our discussion of major depression. We're going to talk about pathophysiology, what actually causes major depression. We're going to talk about animal models, particularly in mice, and we're not going t
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This lecture continues our discussion of antidepressant drugs and how they might be acting. The first topic is neurogenesis. In adult rodents, and in adult monkeys, and perhaps in adult humans, it's not yet certain, new neurons form continuously from pro
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We're beginning now to synthesize everything that we've learned in this course about drug action and about the natural physiology of cells and neuroscience. And we're trying to put together a coherent story, if we can, about how antidepressants act. We'l
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Hello. We're going to talk about several aspects of a major depressive disorder in this lecture. It's also called unipolar depressive disorder to distinguish major depressive disorder from bipolar disorder. We'll use the terms major depressive and unipol
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Here's another view of the cook off building with its carvings and arching's and wisteria. That arch passage way is delightfully cool during the summer. Hello, during this final week of drugs and the brain. We're going to be talking about the very import
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We're going to discuss now the very challenging but very important topic of protection against Parkinson's disease. The idea here is that if one could diagnose Parkinson's disease rather early on one would be able to apply a treatment. And we'll discuss
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It's a late fall day at the Athenaeum in Pasadena, California. We're looking at the Einstein balcony, where Einstein used to enjoy looking at Caltech during his visits to the campus. Hello. This lecture is about Parkinson's Disease. Mostly about therapeu
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This is our final lecture on Parkinson's disease. We are again discussing the prospects for neuro protection. That is once a person has been identified as having early stage Parkinson's disease or has been identified as carrying a mutation that puts him
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Hello. The next few lectures we are going to be discussing Parkinson's Disease. This is an active and vibrant area in modern research, especially on the translational front. We can't cover all aspects but, as usual I'm gonna try to give you a flavor of t
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Hello in, Hello. In this lecture we're going to talk about Parkinson's Disease specifically pathophysiology in nonhuman models for the disease. First of all we have to say explicitly that most cases of Parkinson's Disease have an unexplained cause. In g
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Hello, our final lecture on, Alzheimer's disease, is going to talk about animal models, and biomarkers, and therapeutic approaches, to Alzheimer's disease. Experimenters, in modern neuro science, have a series of, animal models, for Alzheimer's disease.
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Now we're going to talk about what causes the pathology in Alzheimer's Disease. It's not clearly known, but we certainly have some major hints. We begin with the protein called betaAPP, or beta amyloid precursor protein. The APP proteins are a family th
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Here is another view of the Parson Gates building at Cal Tech. It was formerly the laboratory where Linus Pauling did a great deal of his work. It's now administrative and in numbers it's the hero's office building. Hello. Welcome back to Drugs and the B
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This is our final lecture on nicotine addiction. We're going to talk about drugs for smoking cessation. And that will lead us naturally into a discussion of harm reduction. Since the late'90s, Bupropion. Previously used, and still used as an antidepressa
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Hello. Most of the slides in this minilecture come from research seminars that I have given recently, or plan to give. The topic. Is still changes in the brain with chronic nicotine. Curiously enough, in 1983 it was first noticed that in an animal given
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This is Throop Garden, a little stream and waterfall with turtles and goldfish. We're looking east and there are engineering buildings at the left and at the right. Hello. The next two lectures provide you with a set of two complimentary views on this ci
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Hello. Advances in neuroscience have come from many areas of science and technology and engineering. Two of the most fruitful contribution areas have been drugs and toxins over hundreds and hundreds of years, and more recently, genetics. This lecture com
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Hello. We will spend the next five lectures discussing nicotine addiction. It's the only addiction that we will discuss in detail in this course. There are several reasons for this. First, it's the only addiction that I can describe with great familiarit
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Hello, we are discussing neurotransmitter transporters. These are very cool molecules, and they are the third major class of targets in drugs and the brain. As usual, we start with a system or a nucleus in the brain that can focus our attention on the ta
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Several numbers episodes were filmed at the Athenaeum, which is perhaps the most formal place on the Caltech campus where faculty, and students, and staff gather. My family has had several lovely celebrations there over the years as well. Hello. Today, w
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In this final mini lecture on neurotransmitter transporters, we are going to discuss them as proteins, and we're going to count them. It's important to discuss what we call the alternating access model for how ion coupled transporters actually work. They
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Hello. We've done a lot of the hard work for this course now. we've, introduced a large number of concepts, and mechanisms and equations at the rate of one per slide or two. We'll certainly be introducing new concepts from now on, but not at the same rat
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Hello. This is our final lecture on recreational drugs. A reminder that nobody associated with the course condones or advocates the use of recreational drugs. aboutand we certainly have mentioned the Dopaminergic system before. In fact, you may remember
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This is Thomas Hunt Morgan, founder of Fruit Fly Drosophila Genetics on the World Scene and also of Caltech's Division of Biology. This lecture discusses Seymour Benzer, another Caltech geneticist. This is the Thomas Hunt Morgan Memorial Library in the K
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Hello. We're going to describe a third G protein pathway. It will be the final G protein pathway that we describe. And if we call it the calcium mobilizing G protein or the Gq pathway. And we'll also talk about modifying G protein pathways. So we have di
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Here, we're going to follow the stimulatory G Protein or GS pathway. And as you'll see, many useful drugs interfere with or activate this pathway or the enzymes in this pathway. Here's our map of the G protein pathway. We have told you about the receptor
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We are going to follow our description of the g protein pathway, and in particular today, we will talk about inhibitory g proteins and their effectors. We are following our map of the g protein pathway that we talked about the receptor last time. Now we
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This is the ParsonsGates building at Caltech. In numbers, it frequently appeared as the supposed office building of the hero. First, starting a series of four minilectures on the G protein pathway. This is an amazing and important pathway in neuroscien
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Now we're going to stop hinting about sodium channels and actually discuss them. We're going to get more complex as this minilecture goes forward. We're going to start with an exceedingly simple concept which is that in the absence of a blocker, a chann
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We'll discuss glutamategated receptor channels in this lecture. As usual, we begin with highlighting a brain area. . That includes the molecule we're studying and that has an important function. In this case it's the hippocampus. Here's a rodent brain a
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Hello, we'll begin by playing from the San Francisco Bay area where Coursera has its headquarters to the CalTech campus where drugs and the brain is being taught. In fact, we'll fly to the Kirchhoff's building on the CalTech campus, where most of the dru
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Hello. In this minilecture, we're going to go into greater detail about nicotinic acid receptors. As examples of ligand gated channels, and from then on we'll treat them more or less as black boxes, that participate in, recreation and addiction and ulti
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Hello. It's a late fall weekend morning on the Cal Tech campus in Pasadena. We're looking toward the northeast at scenes that may be familiar to viewers of numbers. Now we're looking toward the north at the Kirkoff building these arcades and cloisters fi
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Hello. This mini lecture describes inhibitory ligandgated channels. You'll see several themes that are familiar to you from the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor family, which are excitatory. As usual, it's a good idea to have a brain region in mind, and
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From Bi 150 Lecture 0 October 4, 2012 An introduction to molecular biology . . . but you will learn the cell biology in this course 1 3 x 109 base pairs Lander et al Humans have 22 pairs of chromosomes, plus the X and Y. Males are XY; females are XX. A. E
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Hello, it's a beautiful late fall Sunday afternoon on the Caltech Campus. Because it's Sunday, not many students or faculty members are around. There is the entrance to the red door. we can't see its red door from here, which is very much the focal socia
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And so, abstracting the concept of an ion channel is a little conductor allows us to construct an equivalent circuit for the cell. We have the outside of the cell an external solution, which is the salt solution a pretty good conductor, that's this wire
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Hello, this lecture prepares us for understanding postsynaptic membrane and activation of postsynaptic membranes by drugs. We are going to deal with ion channels in this lecture. We are going to talk first about the origin of the resting potential and th
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Previously we told you about individual part of the protein and the amino acids that make up those parts of protein and the alpha helices and the beta sheets. Now we'll actually look at some one receptor that's a protein and show you it's complexities. S
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Hello, we are back in my office at Cal Tech in Pasadena, California, and this mini lecture has a rather simple message. It's that the major language of the nervous system is the frequency of the neuron's action potentials or nerve impulses. Each individu
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Hello. Welcome back to drugs and the brain at Caltech and Coursera. This is Henry Lester at Caltech and, just to prove it, here is my Caltech pocket protector. and I'll just stick it right back here in my pocket for the rest of today's session. And it w
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Hello. In this session, we'll talk about what is a drug. We'll give you the structures and some other facts about four drugs that will serve as examples for this course. We'll talk about their chemistry and a little bit about their chemical properties. S
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Hello. In this session, we'll discuss more about the nature of drugs as chemicals. In particular, we'll talk about their permeation, their entry into the nervous system and into the brain, and then we'll spend a few minutes talking about a particular pro
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Hello. Welcome back to Drugs and the Brain on Coursera. The next two modules are going to be dealing with receptors and the fact that they are proteins. So, let's get started with a couple of concepts. First of all, a receptor. Simply enough, a receptor
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Hello. Welcome to Coursera. Welcome to the California Institute of Technology, Cal Tech. My name is Henry Lester. I'll serve as the instructor for this course on drugs and the brain. We're going to start with two modules, each about six minutes long. The
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Hello, the next part of our session on What is a drug? deals with botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin is one of the few protein drugs and it does not actually work in the brain, it works in the peripheral nervous system but it tells us a great deal about wh
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Disney (Walt) Co. (The) (NYS: DIS) Financial Highlights as of 09/28/2013 in USD Income Statement Total Revenue EBITDA Operating Income Net Income Revenue per Share EPS from Continuing Operations EPS  Net Income  Diluted Share Outstanding Weighted Averag
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Overviev Electrical Drive Systems 324 1 Industrial Motor Control Dr. P.J Randewijk Stellenbosch University Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Stephan J. Chapman Chapter 6.8 (5th Edition) Industrial Motor Control Introduction Switch Gear Industria
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2.6 & 2.10 The PerUnit System The perunit system gives us an indication as to what the power (active, reactive or apparent), the voltage and the current is Electrical Drive Systems 324 The PerUnit System with respect to the transformers (or electrical
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Steve Xu Assignment #6 Final Response Paper I was first introduced to the word Huns after watching the Disney movie Mulan in my childhood years. Incorporating catchy tunes and an oldfashioned story line with a happy ending, Mulan was made for entertainme
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Survivorship Curves for Hist oric and Modern Human Populat ions in It haca, NY 1000 S u r v iv o r s h i p ( n x ) 100 Historic males Historic females Modern males 10 1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Age (years) 70 80 90 100 110 Modern females Age Interval Historic
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Biofuels Essay Grading Rubric The goal of the essay assignment is to prepare a concise essay summarizing the ecological assessment of producing biofuels in (a) the United States, and (b) Brazil. Write two separate summary statements, 1.5 pages each,
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BioEE 1610 Ecology and the Environment Essay Assignment: Biofuels Spring 2011 Due at the start of section the week of May 5th and 6th [5% of final grade] The United States and many other nations have committed heavily to biofuels
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A Presentation by Team Dope (Lindsay King, Micah Solomon, Ronnie Bryan) Reward without Dopamine The Journal of Neuroscience, 2003 Claire Matson Cannon and Richard D. Palmiter Morphine reward in dopaminedeficient mice Nature, 2005 Thomas S. Hnasko, Bethan
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1 855 ON THE L AW WHICH HAS R EGULATED THE I NTRODUCTION OF N EW S PECIES BY ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE FEBRUARY, 1855 (ALSO KNOWN AS THE SARAWACK LAW. ED.) Wallace, A. R. 1855. On the law which has regulated the introduction nd of new species. Annals and Maga
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Statics and Dynamics  Me 35b (Winter 2009) Final Examination Solutions Problem 1 (15 points): Member ABC (shown in the Figure) has a weight of 9 kg and is attached to a pin support at midpoint B . A 2 kg sphere D strikes the end C of member ABC with a ve
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Ultrascaled Silicon Nanowires as Efcient Thermoelectric Materials E. B. Ramayya and I. Knezevic Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Email: ramayya@wisc.edu, knezevic@engr.wisc.edu AbstractThe roomtempera
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Current Biology, Vol. 15, 17011711, October 11, 2005, 2005 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved. DOI 10.1016/j.cub.2005.08.035 The Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycan Syndecan Is an In Vivo Ligand for the Drosophila LAR Receptor Tyrosine Phosphatase A. Nicole Fox an
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Reisman, 1/22/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 7, 8 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 7 and 15.9 Daley & Daley: Chapter 5.45.6 (starting at p. 22 of pdf) Chapter 6.46.10 (starting at p. 13 of pdf) Useful websites: http:/www.chem.wisc.edu/areas/reich/pkatable
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Reisman, 1/30/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 911 Supplement Relevant Reading: Daley & Daley: Chapter 5.45.6 (starting at p. 22 of pdf) Chapter 6.46.10 (starting at p. 13 of pdf) Chapter 7.2 and 7.8 For a general introduction to organic chemistry, you might find
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Reisman, 1/13/15 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 3, 4, 5 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 15 and 16 Key Concepts: Four Characteristics of an Equilibrium State: ! display no macroscopic evidence of change ! reached through spontaneous processes ! exhibit a dyn
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Reisman, 1/6/14 Ch1b: 2015 Lectures 1 and 2 Supplement Relevant Reading: OGC Chapter 14 Key Concepts: Stoichiometry: calculation of the relative quantities of reactants and products in a chemical reaction (follows the Law of conservation of mass; total ma
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mathematics The simple random walk and the law of averages KC Border March 2013 v. 2013.03.27:16.16 In 1950 William Feller published An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications [2]. According
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 2b Introduction to Probability and Statistics Lecture 21: 1 KC Border Winter 2013 Testing categorical data Review of the multinomial distribution The multinomial distribution generalizes the binomial distribution to r
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 2b Introduction to Probability and Statistics Lecture 13: 1 KC Border Winter 2013 Joint Distributions and the Bivariate Normal Discrete Joint Distributions For X and Y discrete random variables on a probability space
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 2b Introduction to Probability and Statistics KC Border February 2013 Dierentiating under an integral sign In the derivation of Maximum Likelihood Estimators, or the CramrRao Lower Bound, we dierentiated under an inte
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 2b Introduction to Probability and Statistics Lecture 1: 1 KC Border Winter 2013 Introduction Uncertainty, randomness, and probability Karl Ors O Fortuna is a musical tribute to Fortune. The lyrics are from an irrever
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mathematics Notes on The FrchetCramrRao Lower Bound KC Border February 2013 v. 2013.02.18:14.19 The textbook states the CramrRao Lower bound [6, Theorem 5.5.1, p. 320], but does not derive it. In this note
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MA 2B ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTIONS KC BORDER Exercise 1. (10 pts) Go to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, National Vital Statistics Report, vol. 61, no.3 (Sep. 24, 2012), http:/www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr61/nvsr61_03.pdf, and nd the appropriate life tab
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CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Ma 2b Introduction to Probability and Statistics Lecture 23: KC Border Winter 2013 The Standard Linear Model: Estimation Larsen and Marx [3, Chapter 11] treat the standard linear model (or the simple linear model) for th
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INTRODUCTION to Biochemistry Technology  Science Atomic Physics Astronomy Molecular Biology Atomic Physics ATLAS Higgs Nobel Prize Astronomy Voyager I Molecular Biology Information (DNA/RNA) Evolution Genetics Structure Genomes DNA Se
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C5 + C5 C3 + C7 ~ C2 C7 + C3 C4 + C6 ~ C3 C4 + C5 C3 + C6 ~ C2 3C5 2C6 + C3 Glutathione is a tripep@de composed of glutamate, cystein, glycine. Reduced glutathione (GSH) ma
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1948 Nature Publishing Group In Biochem C6H12O6 + 6H2O C0 6CO2 + 24 H+ + 24e C+4 C6H12O6 glucose 2CH3COCO2H + 4H+ + 4e pyruvate C3H4O3 CH3COCO2H + H2O CH3CO2H + CO2 + 2H+ + 2e p
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Trypsinogen Trypsin Trypsinogen Trypsin Trypsinogen Trypsin pH Rate Profile His 57  H+ pH Rate Profile His 57  H+ Ile  H+ pH Rate Profile Lerch, M. M. and F. S. Gorelick (2000). Medical Clinics of North America 84(3): 549563.
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Biochemistry 110 Carl Parker x6368 102 Braun Lab Central Dogma of Molecular Biology DNADependent RNA Polymerase Requires a DNA Template Synthesizes RNA in a 5 to 3 direction Requires ribonucleoside triphosphates rNTPs Requires a divalent cati
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Temporal control of Transcription in phage SPO1 infected B. subtilis T7 RNA Polymerase. Lambda Life Cycle. Lambda Lambda Genome Plaques are turbid Lytic Life Cycle. N antiterminates transcription. Protein complexes involved in Nmediated antitermina
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Kine%cs But no satura%on Amount of E limits maximum rate at high [S], all E is saturated as ES Amount of E limits maximum rate at high [S], all E is saturated as ES Amount of E limits maximum rate at high [
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D1 D2 . Dn Multipotency Selfrenewal Smooth Muscle cells I forget  why are they sticking a needle in my head? Tissuespecific stem cells: Germline ES CELL CONTRIBUTION TO CHIMERIC EMBRYOS VISUALIZED USING GENETICALLY ENCODED MARKERS GFP Mao J et al. Nuc
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DNA microarrays to evaluate gene expression Array thousands of DNA oligonucleotides (probes) in known locations, each is a different sequence Add target cDNA (complementary DNA made from transcribed RNA) (target) to hybridize under highstringency condi
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5/25/2011 Vaccination In thinking about vaccines, recall that there are two arms of the adaptive immune response For most viruses, you are immune to reinfection by the same virus (e.g., chicken pox). Immunization or vaccination: Process by which one is
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5/2/2011 Flu vaccines H5N1 (Bird flu) WHO* specifies the contents of the vaccine each year to contain the most likely strains of viruses that will attack the next year. Inactivated viruses are injected or live attenuated viruses are given as a nasal spr
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Cytotoxic CD8 T cells recognize antigen presented by class I MHC proteins Figure 130 CD8 is a T cell coreceptor that binds to class I MHC molecules. Class II MHC proteins Expression of MHC class I versus class II proteins Figure 319 Peptides that bind t
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5/20/2011 What is a neutralizing antibody? (NAb) An antibody that reacts with an infectious agent, usually a virus, and destroys or inhibits its infectiveness and virulence. (Free Dictionary by Farley) Why dont antibodies block HIV from infecting and/or
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5/5/2011 Model for HIV membrane fusion and its inhibition Review of HIV lifecycle and sites of drug actions Fuzeon (enfuvirtide; T20) a peptide inhibitor of fusion Target fusion peptide Transmembrane region of gp41 www.hivandhepatitis.com/hiv_and_aids/fu
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Genomics & Genetic Engineering DNA Interactive: http:/www.dnai.org/ Using recombinant DNA technology, we can: Sequence all the genes in an organism. Amplify genes (e.g., for forensics or to find viruses). Express rare proteins or construct new proteins
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Physics 127c: Statistical Mechanics Quantum Monte Carlo Monte Carlo methods are good for evaluating probabilistic integrals. A key feature of quantum mechanics is that we must deal with complex amplitudes rather than real positive probabilities. Intrinsic
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and let the device of interest be modeled by a square loop of wire of area A located a distance R from the power line. R A1/2 so that the magnetic eld due do I(t) can be approximated as a constant at any given time over the whole area A. Assume that the p
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Ph1b (analytic track): Solution to Homework 7 Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 33 ( 5 points ) Using Eqs.8 and 9, p.100 Purcell, we determine R so that half of Q, the induced charge on the plane, is contained within the circle of radius R: Q = 2 = 0 R
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MS/EST 143, Problem Set #4 assigned 04/18/11 due 04/22/11 1. Construct the Brouwer diagram for a pure binary oxide M2O, where M is a 1+ cation, for which, at the temperature of interest, the predominant defects are Schottky vacancies. Frenkel defects are
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ACM/EE 116: Homework #5 Solutions John Bruer (jbruer@cms.caltech.edu) 1. (Memento). (a) The geometric random variable X represents the number of failed iid Bernoulli trials performed before achieving a successful one. If the Bernoulli trials have common s
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Ph1b (analytic track): Solution to Homework 8 Chefung Chan, Winter 2008 Problem 42 ( 5 points ) Each electron makes 3 108 m/s = 1.25 106 round trips per second. 240 m The charge passing any point, per second, is I = 1.25 106 1011 4.8 1010 = 6 107 esu/s =
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Problem Set 4 ACM 116, Fall 2012 Assigned 30 October 2012. Due to Steele House by 4 pm on 6 November 2012. This assignment covers basic transformations of random variables, sums of independent random variables, random walks, the law of large numbers, and
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Name Section Rec TA Side 1 of 3 Ch 1a, Problem Set Eight Due Friday, November 18, 2005 at 4 PM Problem s 2 and 3 a re d esignated ( ) as no collaboration problems. 1. (30 Points) Molecular size is governed by factors including bond lengths and atomic radi
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8.1.11 u = a(1 u) uv 2 There is a xed point at (1, 0) for all a and k . Nullclines curves are given by u= a a + v2 and u= a+k v v = uv 2 (a + k )v Figure 1: Nullcline Curves as the parameters are varied These curves intersect when a+k a = 2 a+v v (0.1) s
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Name Section TA Ch 1b, Problem Set 6 Due February 27, 2014 at 4 PM in the Ch1b Box Chem1b Problem Set Six KEY Ch1b, Problem Set Six Due February 27 in the Ch1b Box Problems 1 and 5 are marked :) as no collaboration pro
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Name Section TA Ch1b, Problem Set One Due Friday, Jan. 16, 2015 at 4 PM in the Ch1b Box Chem1b Problem Set One Solutions Problems five and six are designated as no collaboration problems. Thes
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Name Section TA Ch 1b, Problem Set 5 Due February 20, 2014 at 4 PM in the Ch1b Box Chem1b Problem Set Five Key Ch1b, Problem Set Five Due February 20 in the Ch1b Box Problems are marked as no collaboration problems. These
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Chem1b Problem Set Two Solutions Problem One (21 points): Organic Acids and Bases 1a) (8 points) (a) (b) HA H 3C (c) HA H 2C S H 3C (d) O HA HB CH2 HB HB HA CH 3 A O H 3C A A HB O B A few notes: curved arrows are not necess
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Name Section TA Ch 1b, Problem Set 3 Due Friday January 30, 2015 at 4 PM in the Ch1b Box Chem1b Problem Set Three Ch1b, Problem Set Three Due in the Ch1b Box Problems 6 and 7 are designated as no collaboration problems. Th
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Course: Mathematical Methods Of Physics
Math 157b. Spring 2005. Homework problems 1. Let M be a complete simply connected Riemannian manifold of constant sectional curvature. (a) Show that the isometry group of M acts transitively on the set cfw_(x, y) M M : d(x, y) = r. (b) Prove that Isom(S n
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 3 (due Oct 28) 1 Given that H is a subgroup of G and N is a normal subgroup of G, prove that N H is a normal subgroup of H. 2 Given a group G we dene its commutator subgroup
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 2 (due Oct 21) 1 Prove that SL(2, R) := a b c d a, b, c, d R, ad bc = 1 forms a group under matrix multiplication. 2 Prove that the Heisenberg group of 1 a H := 0 1 0 0 uppe
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Here is an extra part of problem 3 from homework 4, if youre interested. It is not required and will not contribute to your grade; its just for fun. (d) The most general Galilean transformation takes the form t t + a, x x V t + b. (1) Dene the correspondi
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Physics 205a, Problem Set 7, Due December 11 1 Problem 1 Derive the Gordon identity u(p ) u(p) = u(p ) p , + p q +i u(p) 2m 2m (1) where q = p p. 2 Problem 2 Verify that the propagator for the Dirac propagator found in class satises SF (x y) = 0(x0 y 0
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Physics 205a, Problem Set 1, Due October 16 1 Problem 1 Redo what we did in class for nonrelativisitic eld theory in the case where the particles are identical spin 1/2 fermions. Leave out the potential term as we did in class for the boson case. 2 Probl
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Physics 205a, Problem Set 2, Due October 23 1 Problem 1 Consider a eld theory with N real scalar elds, a , a = 1, ., N . The Lagrange density is 1 a a m2 a a (a a )2 (1) 2 4 where the repeated indices are summed over. (a) What are the equations of motion
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a Problem Set 7: Solutions December 5, 2013 Problem 1: Angular momentum: DAlemberts principle is Fi ri = pi ri , (1) i i with ri the change in position ri (with respect to some xed origin) of each particle in some chosen virtual displacement. W
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Problem Set 3 Solutions November 2, 2013 Problem 1: Holonomic and nonholonomic When we denote the center of one wheel on the (x, y)plane as (x1 , y1 ) and the center of the other wheel as (x2 , y2 ), they satisfy xi = a i sin , yi = a i cos
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a Problem Set 5: Solutions November 21, 2013 Problem 1: Generating functions A type2 generating function for a canonical transformation (q, p) (Q, P ) is F2 (q, P ) = q 2 eP . (a) The type2 generating function gives F2 =2qeP , q F2 =q 2 eP .
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a Problem Set 6: Solutions November 26, 2013 Problem 1: Rotation matrix for axis n and angle (a) One has to show that A jk A jl = kl . The following identities are useful. i jk ilm i jk n j n k = jl km jm kl (1) =0 (2) Also note that n i n i =
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a Assignment 4 Solutions November 15, 2013 Problem 1: Binarysun solar system (a) The kinetic energy of the pair of suns 1 M x 2 + y2 + Z 2 = M 2 = M R2 + R2 2 + Z 2 R cos R sin TM = 2 2 + R sin + R cos 2 + Z2 (1) (2) The kinetic energy of t
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Problem Set 1 Solutions October 22, 2013 Problem 1: Effect of massive spring Because we assume that the spring stretches uniformly, when its endpoint moves by x, the displacement of a point a distance y along the spring is = (y/L)x with L th
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Problem Set 2 Solutions October 29, 2013 Problem 1: Degrees of freedom and constraints (a) There are M + 1 degrees of freedom. One argument is as follows. The position of the rst particle gives 2 degrees of freedom. After this, there is 1 an
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 2 11 October, 2013; due 4pm Friday, 18 October in the Ph106 In Box in 149 Bridge Constraints, Virtual Work, and Lagrangian Dynamics Reading You can now read the complete chapters 1 and 2 in Hand and Finch or 6 and 7 in Taylor on L
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 5 8 November, 2013; due 4pm Friday, 15 November in the Ph106 In Box in 149 Bridge Canonical Transformations etc. Reading Hand and Finch Chapter 6. Taylor does not cover these topics. The discussion in Goldstein et al. is considera
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 7 Rotational Motion 15 November, 2013; due 4pm Friday December 6 in Room 149 Bridge Reading Read Hand and Finch Chapter 8 on rigid body rotations, except 8.5 which I think is confused (see my notes instead), and 8.9 which is rathe
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 6 15 November, 2013; due 4pm Friday November 22 in Room 149 Bridge Reading I do not entirely like Hand and Finchs treatment in Chapter 7, so my notes are more extensive than usual. In particular I nd 7.5 unnecessarily complicated.
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 4 1 November, 2013; due 4pm Friday, 8 November in the Ph106 In Box in 149 Bridge Hamiltonian Formulation Reading Hand and Finch Chapter 5. You should also review Chapter 4 on central forces if you did not do this for the midterm.
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 3 18 October, 2013; due 4pm Friday, 25 October in the Ph106 In Box in 149 Bridge Constrained dynamics and small oscillations Reading Constrained dynamics: HF 2.68, T 7.3,7.10. You should work through some problems on the simpler
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Course: Topics In Classical Physics
Physics 106a: Assignment 1 4 October, 2013; due 4pm Friday, 11 October in the Ph106 In Box in 149 Bridge Remember: only identify your solution set with your class id number, not your name. Variational Approach and Lagrangian Dynamics Reading I am teaching
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 5 (due Nov. 18) 1 Consider the Lie algebra g of a Lie group G dened by [Ta , Tb ] = ifab c Tc , where the sum over c is implicit. The indices a, b, and c run over 1, 2, . .
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 7 (due Dec. 5) 1 Consider the group SU (3) and suppose another natural way of choosing Hj and E : 1 0 0 1 H1 = 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 H2 = 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 and 0 0 E = 0 0 0 E
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 6 (due Nov. 25) 1 We consider the group SU (3) generated by Ta = 1 a , where a are the 2 GellMan matrices. Choose as Cartan generators H1 = T3 , H2 = T8 The step operators
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 1 (due Oct 14) 1 Which of the following dene groups? For those that do not explain the reasons The set of all complex n n matrices when the group operation is matrix multip
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
California Institute of Technology Physics 129a Fall 2014 (Spiropulu) Problem Set 4 (due Nov. 4) 1 Consider the symmetry group of the equilateral triangle. When the coordinates undergo some tranformation of the group the quadratic form x2 y2 a + bxy + c
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Homework 5 Solutions Ph 205a 1. a = a / = a [cfw_ , ] = a [2 ] = 2/ 4/ a a (1) = 2/. a a/ = a b /b = a b ( + 2 )( + 2 ) = a b ( 2 2 + 2 2 ) = (4/ 2/ 2/ + 4a b) ab ab ab (2) = 4a b. a/ = a b c /b c = a b c ( + 2 ) ( + 2 ) = a b c ( 2 2 + 2 2 ) = a b
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Physics 205a, Problem Set 6, Due November 20 1 Problem 1 So far we have discussed two quantum eld theories for free particles, Klein Gordon scalars and Dirac fermions . What are the dimensions of these elds? Writing the dimension as (mass)p , just give th
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Course: Introduction To Quantum Physics
Physics 12b 3Dimensional Quantum Physics 3 6 98 These plots were produced using the IQ program from the book Quantum Mechanics on the Macintosh" by Siegmund Brandt and Hans Dieter Dahmen Springer Verlag, 1991. All the relevant mathematics is in Libo , se
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 5 Goals In this assignment you will write a program to simulate a simple onedimensional cellular automaton, which are related to (but are not the same as) twodimensional cellular automata like Conway's game of Life. We will use this
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 8: Implementing a virtual machine Goals This lab is the last assignment in this track. By now you know almost all the important aspects of the C language, with the exception of a few features like function pointers which aren't really
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 7 Goals This week, we are going to move beyond a discussion of builtin features of the C language (we've covered most of them already) and continue discussing how to implement fundamental data structures in C. The data structure we wi
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Course: Computer Language Shop
C track: assignment 6 Goals In this assignment you will write a sorting program similar to the program from lab 3, except that it uses linked lists instead of arrays to hold the list of numbers read in off the command line. In the process, you will learn
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Bi 1x: The Great Ideas of Biology An Introduction Through Experimentation Spring 2010 Lab Safety Handout Overview Relative to other types of labs, biology labs are generally very safe environments. However, there are some hazardsyou will work with, among
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Course: Application Of Diffraction Techniques In Materials Science
Materials Science 142 Laboratory Exercises 6 Instrument Peak Profile and Particle Size Analysis Goal: Determination of the particle size and possible microstrain in a sample. Evaluate the various contributions to the instrumental peak broadening. Par
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 2 Lie Groups A Lie Group is a group which is also a manifold, thus there is a small neighborhood around the identity which looks like a piece of RN , where N is the dimension of the group. The coordinate unit vector Ta are the elements of the Lie
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Course: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Time evolution in the Fourier expansion of the KleinGordon eld A question was asked in lecture on 10/15 regarding the time evolution of the possible solutions to the KleinGordon equation. In particular, we had the following representation of the eld in
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Course: Management Of Technology
Objective To learn to determine the saturation characteristics, the core losses, and the equivalent circuit parameters of a singlephase transformer. Procedure Part 1: Figure 1: Open Circuit OnePhase Transformer Connect the circuit shown in Figure 1, and
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Course: Management Of Technology
Outline Electrical Drive Systems 324 AC Machinery Fundamentals 1 Dr. P.J Randewijk Stellenbosch University Dep. of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Chapter 3 AC Machinery Fundamentals 3.2 AC Machinery Fundamentals 3.3 MMF & Flux distribution on AC Mach
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Course: Electromagnetic Engineering
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering Spring 2005 _ Announcements You can pick up the graded final exam in the box outside room 238
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WalMart Stores, Inc. (NYS: WMT) General Company Information Principal Office 702 S.W. 8th Street Bentonville, AR 72716 USA Website www.walmart.com Phone 479 2734000 Primary NAICS 452990 : All Other General Merchandise Stores Auditor Ernst & Young LLP Cl
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Bank of America Corp. (NYS: BAC) Issue: Bank of America Corp. (NYS:BAC) Date: From 02/28/1994 to 02/28/2014 Frequency: monthly Adjusted Prices Historical Pricing Date Open High Low Close Volume 02/28/2014 01/31/2014 12/31/2013 11/29/2013 10/31/2013 09/30/
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Fall 2013 Syllabus CS/EC 133: Electricity Markets Meets Wednesday Friday: 1 230 pm in Baxter 25. Instructor: John Ledyard Office: Baxter 102, x8482, Email: jledyard@caltech.edu, Office Hours:
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BEM 109 Spring 2013 Fixed Income and Credit Risk Derivatives Instructor: Jianfeng Zhang, 207 Baxter, Tel: 6263954558, Email: jzhang2@caltech.edu Time and location: Th 6:00pm  9:00pm, 127 Baxter. Oce hours: Th 4:30pm  6:00pm, 207 Baxter Textbooks (requ
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Course: Decidability And Tractability
CS21: Decidability and Tractability course information and tentative schedule Catalog description: This course introduces the formal foundations of computer science, the fundamental limits of computation, and the limits of ecient computation. Topics will
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Course: Asian History
2/4/2011 Psych/Info/Cogst 2140/6140 admin d Psych/Info/Cogst 2140/6140 admin details The main idea behind this course is that the concept of computation is central to the understanding of cognition. Each week during this semester, I shall examine one of t
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Course: Physics
Ay 21: Galaxies and Cosmology Syllabus 2012 Winter Term, Caltech Meets in 219 Cahill. Tuesday 2:303:30pm, Wednesday 2:303:30pm, Friday 3:004:00pm Homework help session: Sundays, 5:00pm starting Jan 15, in 219 Cahill., or by appointment with the TA or
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Course: Physics
Ph125c  Quantum Mechanics Ph125c  Quantum Mechanics  Spring 2007 MW 9:3011:00am / 107 Downs TA Prabha will conduct a final exam review in room 425 Lauritsen, at 4:00pm on Monday 4 June. Homework projects are due soon: 5/29 (seniors/grad students) or 6
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Course: Physics
ACM95b/100b Introductory Methods of Applied Mathematics ACM95b/ACM100b Introductory Methods of Applied Mathematics Topics,Texts, Handouts, Homework, Exams, Grading, Ombudspersons, Schedule, Sections, TAs Instructor Sterl Phinney 125 Bridge Annex esp [at]
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Course: Organic Chem
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 41a Fall 2012 Robert H. Grubbs Office 363 Crellin x6003 Email: rhg@caltech.edu Lecture: MWF 9:00 am 153 Noyes Book: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 5th Ed G. Marc. Loudon GRADING Final 40%, Midterm 30%, Homework and Quizzes 30% For final grade, the l
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CS 151 Complexity Theory Spring 2011 Course Summary and Syllabus Lecturer: Chris Umans Date: March 29 Course summary: Complexity Theory attempts to answer the question: What is computationally feasible given limited computational resources? In this course
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CS 9 Introduction to Computer Science Research Fall 2011 Course Summary and Syllabus Date: October 5 This course will introduce the research areas of the computer science faculty, through weekly overview talks by the faculty aimed at rstyear undergraduat
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Materials Science / Energy Science and Technology 143 Solid State Electrochemistry for Energy Storage and Conversion http:/addis.caltech.edu/teaching/MSEST143/MSEST143.html Spring Quarter 2011 Instructor: Prof. Sossina M. Haile, 307 Steele, x2958, smhai
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Materials Science / Energy Science and Technology 143 Solid State Electrochemistry for Energy Storage and Conversion http:/addis.caltech.edu/teaching/MSEST143/MSEST143.html Spring Quarter 2009 Instructor: Prof. Sossina M. Haile 307 Steele Laboratories,
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Chemistry 41c: Organic Chemistry Spring 2011 Brian M. Stoltz office: 301c Schlinger lab: 302 Schlinger phone: (626) 3956064 office hours: by appointment email: stoltz@caltech.edu web: http:/stoltz.caltech.edu/ Teaching Fellows: stoltzclassTA@caltech.edu
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Physical Chemistry for Biochemists (Ch24) Instructor Jim Heath heath@caltech.edu 16A Noyes TAs Alex Sutherland (head TA) asutherl@caltech.edu Jessica Pfeilsticker pfeilst@caltech.edu Course Material fluorophores, labeling chemistries, fluorescent reporter
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Course: Introduction Of Chemistry
General Information Course Syllabus Chem 1b, Winter 20092010 Updated 1/2/10 Ch1b General Information and Course Syllabus Course Instructors: James R. Heath 16A Noyes, x6079, heath@caltech Sarah E. Reisman 349 Crellin, x6044, reisman@caltech Profs. Heath
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Course: Introduction Of Chemistry
General Information Course Syllabus Ch1a, Fall 2009 Updated: 25 Sep 2009 Ch1a General Information and Course Syllabus Course Instructor Nathan S. Lewis 210 Noyes, x6335, nslewis@its Professor Lewis will plan the curriculum, deliver the lectures, and write
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Course: Knowledge And Reality
1 Knowledge and Reality Hum/Pl 9 Fall 2008 Instructor: Christopher Hitchcock Office: 210 Dabney Phone: (626) 3953602 email: cricky@caltech.edu Office Hours: After class, by appointment, or call first and stop by Course Website: https:/courses.hss.caltec
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ChE103 Syllabus 20042005 Academic Year 103a: Momentum Transfer Week 1: Classical Mechanics; Dimensional Analysis Week 2: Continuum Mechanics Week 3: Momentum Transport with One Independent Coordinate Week 4: Momentum Transport with One or More Inde
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SS 201c: Analytical Foundations of Social Science 1. Instructor: Federico Echenique Oce: 311 Baxter Email: fede@hss.caltech.edu Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10.3011.55 am, 128 Baxter. Webpage: www.hss.caltech.edu/~fede/ss201/ 2. Texts: Bewley, Ge
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Course: Special Topics In The Geological Sciences
SPRING 2008 Ge192 SEDIMENTARY GEOCHEMISTRY ON EARTH AND MARS 9 Units (306) Instructor: Scott McLennan, Rm. 107NM (Scott.McLennan@sunysb.edu) Teaching Assistant: Margarita Marinova, Rm. 154SM MeetingTimes: Tues, Thurs: 10:3012 ; Office Hours: _ DES
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Physics 223a  Advanced Condensed Matter Physics (Fall 2008) Class meetings: Monday and Wednesday 10:3012:00 at 103 Downs. Web page: http:/www.cs.caltech.edu/courses/ph223/ Instructor: Alexei Kitaev 280 Jorgensen Mail Code: 25680 Phone: (626)395876
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Course: Introduction To Economics
ECONOMICS 11:INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS SPRING TERM 2005 Instructor: Simon Wilkie Office: Baxter 115 Phone: X2416 Email: wilkie@hss Secretary: Patricia Hamad Her Office: Baxter 113 Her Phone: X3586 This course will provide an introduction to modern Ec
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Ph/EE 118A  Fall 2008 Principles of Measurement* Tu, Th 2:303:55pm / Sloan SubBasement Conf. Room Makeup Lecture Times: t.b.d Prof.: Michael Roukes, x2916, Sloan Annex 104(mroukes@caltech.edu) T.A.: Paula Popescu, x2647, 325 Downs (ppopescu@c
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Chemistry 14 (204) Spring Term 2009 Chemical Equilibrium and Analysis Chemistry 14 develops the basic principles of chemical equilibrium, emphasizing acidbase equilibria, complex ion formation, solubility and oxidationreduction reactions. Other t
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Polymer Physics (ChE/Ch 148) Instructors: TA: Grading: Syllabus Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4 Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Lecture 7 Lecture 8 Lecture 9 Lecture 10 Lecture 11 Lecture 12 Lecture 13 Lecture 14 Lecture 15 Lecture 16 Lecture 17 Lecture
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CHE 103C TRANSPORT PHENOMENA (MASS TRANSPORT) SPRING QUARTER 2005 INSTRUCTOR: MARK DAVIS, 215 SPALDING , X4251 Topic 1. Binary Diffusion (i) gases (ii) liquids (iii) solids (iv) porous media 2. Multicomponent Diffusion (i) homogeneous media (ii) hete
The average total SAT score for students admitted to Caltech for the 2012 academic year was 2270. This combined score can be broken into 780 for math, 745 for critical reading and 745 for writing.
The average ACT score for students admitted to Caltech for the 20132014 academic year was 34.
At Caltech, 91% of students submitted an SAT score, but Caltech accepts both the SAT and ACT.
Secondary School Record  Secondary School GPA  Secondary School Rank  Letters of Recommendation  Admission Test Score  AP Credits 

Required  Not Recommended  Not Recommended  Required  Required  No 
The tuition cost for students attending Caltech is $38,085.
Financial aid options are available to students at Caltech. In 2013, 72 percent of firsttime students attending Caltech received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  175  72%     
Grant Aid  140  57%  $4,402,278  $31,445 
Student Loans  71  29%  $392,293  $5,525 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  643  66%  $18,419,615  $28,646 
Student Loans  266  27%  $1,142,211  $4,294 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $6,444  $2,413  $8,479  $24,274  $35,539 
20102011  $310  $1,742  $6,379  $19,275  $36,163 
20092010  $9,295  $1,502  $9,116  $19,890  $36,433 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

Doctoral  No  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 

: 
0.732 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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