Simon Fraser University
Computing Science 128
Midterm
Time: 45 minutes
Instructor: Janice Regan
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This examination has 9 pages inclusive.
Verify that you have a complete paper.
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Part One: Academic Integrity Policy and Referencing Conventions
1. According to SFU Policy S10.01 (Code of Academic Integrity and Good Conduct), draft papers may be
subject to a penalty for academic dishonesty under which of the following condition(s)?
A.
Midterm 1 - Review
1. Make sure you know the appropriate definitions and theorems:
(a) function, one-to-one function, inverse of a function, function composition, even functions,
odd functions, exponential functions, logarithm functions, trigonometric fun
Steve Whitmore
September 2016
Becoming Successful & E-mail Etiquette
Time Management
1 of 26
Learning Objectives
At the end of this module, you will understand why time
management is important, and you will understand how
to start effectively managing y
Co-operative Education ENSC 105 & FIC Students
Design, Branding, logo:
Does it look nice?
Did you spend the effort making it stand out?
Color?
Can an employer access your documents and
find information in 20 40 seconds?
Where are your strongest selling
Midterm 1
MATH 151 Fall 2016
Instructor: Brenda Davison
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Name:
(please print)
family name
given name
student number
SFU-email
SFU ID:
@sfu.ca
Signature:
Instructions:
1. Do not open this booklet until told to do so.
2. Write your name above in block lett
CMPT 128: Introduction to
Computing Science for
Engineering Students
Introductiontothebasiccomponentsof
CandC+programs
Janice Regan, CMPT 128, Jan 2007
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Introduction
Computerprogram:anorderedsequenceof
instructionswhoseobjectiveistoaccomplisha
task.
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CMPT 128
Introduction to Computing
Science for Engineering
Students
Creatingaprogram
Janice Regan, CMPT 128, Jan. 2007
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Programs in High Level Languages
Assembleriseasiertoread/writethan
machinelanguagebutstillveryawkward
Highlevellanguagesareeasierto
ENSC 105W/101W Fall 2014
Quiz 1
October 23, 2014
Name (print):
Student Number :
Tutorial:
Signature:
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THIS IS A CLOSED BOOK EXAM
NO AIDS ARE PERMITTED
Read all of the instructions before begin
2.7 Derivatives and Rates of Change
1. Quote. The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new land
scapes, but in having new eyes.
(Marcel Proust , French author, 1871- 1922)
2. Denition. (Page 141) The tangent line to the curve y = f(:13) at the
Steve Whitmore
September 2016
ENSC 105W Assignments
ENSC 105W Assignments
1 of 18
Learning Objectives
By the end of this module, you will understand how the
major writing assignments for ENSC 105W and ENSC
100W are structured and why you must consider v
Steve Whitmore
September 2016
Introduction to ENSC 105W
Introduction to ENSC 105W
1 of 26
Learning Objectives
By the end of this module, you will understand how
ENSC 105W is organized and graded.
In addition, you will have learned some basics about the
Wiring Suggestion for the Midterm Exam
You may bring a wired board to the exam
Vcc
Plug R2 here
Plug R1 here
Plug Blk-Bx here
For R measurement
Gnd
Wires for
resistance measurement
Vee
Make these 3 wires as loops
for current measurement.
Rest of the wirin
Math 151 Fall 2016, Solutions to instructor problems assignment 5
A.1 Show that the ellipse x2 + 2y 2 = 2 and the hyperbola 2x2 2y 2 = 1 intersect at right
angles.
First, find the points of intersection. Use the first equation to give 2y 2 = 2 x2 and subs
Simon Fraser University
Computing Science 128
Midterm
Time: 45 minutes
Instructor: Janice Regan
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COVER LETTER RUBRIC
This rubric has been developed from the perspective of an employer to evaluate the Cover Letter.
The scoring is as follows:
Exceeds Expectations (EE) | Meets Expectations (ME) | Needs Improvements (NI)
Overall Professional Image
EE ME
RESUME RUBRIC
This rubric has been developed from the perspective of an employer to evaluate the Resume.
The scoring is as follows:
Exceeds Expectations (EE) | Meets Expectations (ME) | Needs Improvements (NI)
Overall Professional Image
EE
Consistent look
PARTICIPATION RUBRIC
This rubric will evaluate your participation in the BOL I Course. The scoring is as follows:
Exceeds Expectations (EE) | Meets Expectations (ME) | Needs Improvements (NI)
Participation
Participates actively throughout the course in ti
Algorithm Development
The task at hand is to be able to produce and successfully run a C+ program which includes one row for each
value of diameterCone and five columns. This is done by declaring named constants then enter the variables
and definitions pr
Algorithm Development
The task at hand is to be able to produce and successfully run a C+ program which
includes one row for each value of diameterCone and five columns. This is done by
declaring named constants then enter the variables and definitions pr
Assignment 7
Calculus I - Math 151 - D100
Quiz date: Wednesday November 9th
Enhanced Web Assign (EWA) due date: Thursday November 10th, 9pm
Note: This document contains the textbook questions that are assigned through EWA as
well as instructor questions.
Assignment 7
Calculus I - Math 151 - D100
Quiz date: Friday November 18th
Enhanced Web Assign (EWA) due date: Thursday November 17th, 9pm
Note: This document contains the textbook questions that are assigned through EWA as
well as instructor questions.
In
Algorithm Development
The task at hand is to be able to produce and successfully run a C+ program which includes one row for each
value of diameterCone and five columns. This is done by declaring named constants then enter the variables
and definitions pr
RLS: Usage of
Meat Glue
By: Samuel Lin
KQ: To WhaT extent can
ethical knowledge
frameworks be used to help
find an objective truth in the
al Life Situation : Usage
What is it?
of Meat Glue
-White powdered substance(transglutaminase)
-Made from bacteria,bl
Math 151 - D100 Fall 2016 Solutions to instructor problems HW4
A1. A1. Stewart textbook problem number 42 in section 3.2 This is a nice problem which
is not available in EWA.
SOLUTION:
Use the quotient rule and begin computing derivatives.
(1 x)
g 0 (x) =
List of Potential Topics for Research Papers
Please note that the following list of potential topics for papers is not exhaustive. You may come up with
better or more interesting topics (and we encourage you to do so!). However, you must ensure that your
Quiz 1
Calculus I
Math 151 - D100 (Fall 2016)
1. Let f be a one-to-one function whose
inverse is given by the formula 1' '
1&(134
f_1(:c):c5+2333 +3ac+1 l(:)= O
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Compute fi 1) and f1)
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Assignment 1
Calculus I - Math 151 - D100
Quiz date: Friday September 16th
Enhanced Web Assign (EWA) due date: Thursday September 15th, 9pm
Note: This document contains the textbook questions that are assigned through EWA as
well as instructor questions.
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