Dr. Maddah
ENMG 624 Final Exam
06/10/06
Take-home exam
Due in hard copy on Sunday (06/11/06) at 2:00 PM
Problem 1 (20 points)
(Portfolios) Assume you are considering investing in the following four assets.
Assets 1, 2 and 3 returns depend on the market co
Dr. Maddah
ENMG 624 Financial Engg I
05/17/06
Chapter 9 General Principles
St. Petersburg Paradox
How do you decide about uncertain payoffs?
Based on expected value perhaps?
How much would you pay to play the following game?
o Flip a coin until the fi
Empirical Evidence on
Security Returns
Chapter 13
Acceptance of CAPM or APT
portfolio managers use beta to evaluate risk
regulatory commissions use the expected
return-beta relationship to estimate the cost of
capital for regulated firms
courts sometime
Combinational logic
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in general, there are 2*(2*n) functions of n inputs
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two-level logic and canonical forms
incompletely specified functions
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uniting theorem
grouping of terms in Boolean functions
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Alternate
Combinational Logic Technologies
Standard gates
gate packages
cell libraries
multiplexers
decoders
PALs
PLAs
ROMs
Copyright 2004, Gaetano Borriello and Randy H. Katz
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Random logic
slight changes to logic function could decrease cost
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Chapter 8
Sinusoidal Steady State
Objective and Overview
The chapter introduces phasor analysis, a powerful and very useful methodology that
extends to the sinusoidal steady state all the concepts, theorems, and procedures applied to
resistive circuits un
Chapter 11 Basic Responses of First-Order Circuits
Objective and Overview
The chapter examines the basic responses of RC and RL to initial energy storage or
to dc excitation.
The first part of the chapter is concerned with the discharging of a capacitor o
Chapter 3
Circuit Equivalence
Objective and Overview
Circuit equivalence is ubiquitous in circuit analysis because of its usefulness,
although it is often not explicitly referred to as such. The chapter begins by defining circuit
equivalence and examining
Chapter 12 Basic Responses of Second-Order Circuits
Objective and Overview
The chapter extends the discussion of the previous chapter to prototypical, secondorder circuits consisting of a resistor, capacitor and inductor, connected in series or in
paralle
Chapter 7
Capacitors, Inductors, and Duality
Objective and Overview
The Chapter considers the fundamental properties of capacitors and inductors and
introduces the very useful concept of duality in electric circuits.
The preceding chapters dealt with the
Chapter 4
Circuit Theorems
Objective and Overview
The Chapter presents some theorems that apply to electric circuits, and which center
primarily around Thevenins theorem.
Thevenins theorem takes circuit equivalence to its extreme, by representing any LTI
Chapter 2
Fundamentals of Resistive Circuits
Objective and Overview
The chapter introduces: (i) the two ideal circuit elements of dc circuits, namely,
resistors and sources, (ii) the two basic circuit laws, namely, Kirchhoffs current law, and
Kirchhoffs v
Chapter 5
Circuit Simplification
Objective and Overview
This Chapter is concerned with various procedures and techniques that simplify
circuit analysis, either by reducing a given circuit to a simpler form or by following certain
methodologies that facili
Chapter 10 Ideal Transformers
Objective and Overview
The chapter considers a special case of the linear transformer, namely, the ideal
transformer, which is of considerable practical and theoretical importance.
The chapter begins by highlighting some basi
Chapter 6
Circuit Equations
Objective and Overview
The Chapter presents the systematic methods for analyzing circuits, namely, the
node-voltage and mesh-current methods and discusses some of their variants.
Kirchhoffs laws and Ohms law provide the number
Chapter 9
Linear Transformer
Objective and Overview and
The chapter introduces magnetic coupling between coils, whereby a time-varying
magnetic field of a current-carrying coil induces a voltage in a nearby coil. Magnetic coupling
is the basis for transfo
Chapter 1
Preliminaries to Circuit Analysis
Objective and Overview
The chapter introduces some basic notions on electric circuits before embarking on
circuit analysis in the following chapters.
The chapter begins by explaining what electric circuits are,
Chucri Mouannes, Sagesse University
QMB610 (Financial Econometrics)
Fall 2016 / Test 1
NAME:
A-Consider the newbroiler.wf1; where Q = per capita consumption of chicken, in pounds; Y = real per
capita income; P = real price of chicken; PB = real price of b
MS-E2114 Investment Science
Exercise 6/2016, Solutions
The market portfolio is the summation of all assets. An asset's weight in the market portfolio, termed
capitalization weights, is equal to the proportion of that asset's total capital value to the to
MS-E2114 Investment Science
Exercise 7/2016, Solutions
The information required by the mean-variance approach is substantial when the number n of assets is large;
there are n mean values, n variances, and n(n 1)/2 covariances - a total of 2n + n(n 1)/2 p
Sheet 1
Machine
1- Consider the below figures the depth of the system is 7cm permeability is 1500 N=300, I=1A.
Find the flux in the right, left and middle legs. Effect of fringing increases area by 5%
2- Find the total flux in the given system assume the
1.Sodium lamps:
High lumen output at high efciency(1920 - Today) .
There are two kinds of sodium lights: Low Pressure (LPS)
andhigh pressure (HPS).
The lamp works by creating an electric arc through vaporized
sodium metal. Other materials and gases are us
Prof. M. Mansour
American University of Beirut Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EECE 320 Digital Systems Design Homework 4 (Due Friday July 24 in class)
Summer 2009
Solve the following problems from your textbook: Problem 1 [10 pts]: Exer
Prof. M. Mansour
American University of Beirut Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EECE 320 Digital Systems Design Homework 3 (Due Friday July 17 in class)
Summer 2009
Problem 1 [10 pts]: Design a 4-bit adder logic circuit. First design a lo
Prof. M. Mansour
American University of Beirut Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EECE 320 Digital Systems Design Homework 2 (Due Friday July 10 in class)
Summer 2009
Problem 1 [10 pts]: Construct a logic circuit that performs the XOR opera
Prof. M. Mansour
American University of Beirut Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EECE 320 Digital Systems Design Homework 1 (Due Friday July 3 in class)
Problem 1 [10 pts]: List the octal and hexadecimal numbers from 16 to 32. Using A and
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