L20LBooklet Sotutions
AltrEinAl_Exam
-"F-ffi-
r
SectionA
Example
1. a) 3
b) ?
Example
2. a) pure-time
b ) n o n - a u t o n o m o ubso- t hf & F a p p e a r
(dependent
c) onlyx appears
variable);.autonomous
Example
3.
L s =d t9 5
x ( t=) a * X t "
#-o+X"(
AM1201B - Final Exam Review Notes
2017
How this is going to work:
More lecture style I have chosen examples and things to highlight
from the course, we will be going through them, I will attempt to
highlight any pertinent information (may be a good idea
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
Department of Applied Mathematics
First Name:
Last Name:
Student Number:
Applied Mathematics 2415 Final Examination
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
There are 13 questions for a total of 100 marks. Show all y
mm
iv
v w u
rid um my
xv
w u at
u; xm. xU
AHV \P\ a+amEHMM
\c
L A 58.35 nowsvo dnmghv 2: mo ARE 053an 393 mm vim .H
.mem mp mo woman 03 M32 2% no mmoddvm 15%: mo mm: m E 32? $02
.aomwsv 9:
mo 24G, 2: Sm? had E meadowv3 eon ow mam mnommnvm 93 35.5355. 3
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
Department of Applied Mathematics
Last Name:
First Name:
Student Number:
Applied Mathematics 2415 Final Examination
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
There are 13 questions worth a total of 100 marks. Show al
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
Department of Applied Mathematics
Last Name:
First Name:
Student Number:
Applied Mathematics 2415 Final Examination
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
There are 13 questions for a total of 100 marks. Show all
1 R . 1 k
V v? 1 .rw v 2 L 4, L s 2
/.u,.\.| \ x _
N < My , C
IN V U xl /\ i
_\
M\ c .l /% . ,A cfw_IN IN \. V) - \ VA
(\ VIA. i (k I x
Y a
A a
\I :1 LI \., C, l, H I I ,
N f\ . ./\ I M x/ _, /ruJ
cfw_ \; WV ; WM \W
\ r. J\ v\,., .H
.\J
r%.
. \
>/A.I\, ,
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
Department of Applied Mathematics
Last Name:
First Name:
Student Number:
Applied Mathematics 2415 Final Examination
Monday, April 28, 2014
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
There are 10 questions each worth 10 points for a total of
Useful results:
Z
Z
Z
udv = uv
Z
vdu
Z
u sin u du = sin u u cos u + C.
Z
u cos u du = cos u + u sin u + C.
n
n
u cos(u)du = u sin(u) n
Z
un sin(u)du = un cos(u) + n
Z
Z
un1 sin(u)du
un1 cos(u)du
ln u du = u ln u u + C.
Flux of a vector field across an or
CELL GENETICS
All genetic information is kept on your
chromosomes which are in the nucleus of
each cell
Instructional codes for hair colour, eye
colour etc. are on these chromosomes
In order to pass this information on to each
generation the chromosome
DNA
DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
DNA is composed of building blocks called nucleotides.
Nucleotides are made up of 3 different molecules
a nitrogenous base
a sugar (deoxyribose)
a phosphate group
What are nucleotides?
There are four different bases that make up
WHAT & HOW
MUCH WE NEED
TO EAT
CARBOHYDRATES
MAIN SOURCE OF ENERGY FOR THE HUMAN BODY
MADE UP OF CARBON, HYDROGEN AND OXYGENC,H,O
3 MAIN TYPES 1 MONOSACCHARIDES
2 DISACCHARIDES
3 POLYSACCHARIDES
POLYSACCHARIDES ARE ALSO REFERRED TO AS COMPLEX
CARBOHYD
CANCER
WHAT IS CANCER?
Is a class of diseases that is characterized by
uncontrolled cell division. Tumours will form as cells
continue to divide and pile up on top of one another.
These tumours interfere and affect adjacent tissues.
Cancerous cells los
Bone Marrow
Transplant
BY: ADAM, BRAYDON, NICK C
Bone Marrow Transplant:
A bone marrow transplant is a procedure to
replace damaged or destroyed bone marrow
with healthy bone marrow stem cells.
Who can donate this
organ?
How is the transplant
done?
A stem
6.5 Gene Therapy
Textbook Pages 249-251
What is Gene Therapy?
Gene Therapy: the process by
which defective genes in a
genome are corrected with a
normal copy of the gene
Adding a normal gene
Trying to repair a defective gene
How Does Gene Therapy Work?
The University of Western Ontario
Faculty of Science
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
AM 1411A LINEAR ALGEBRA AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS FOR ENGINEERING
COURSE OUTLINE 2016-2017
Description
This course first introduces the methods for analyzing and solving s
Lab 1B: Root-nding
Due: Sunday Jan. 31st at 11:59PM
In this lab you will be implementing two methods for solving nonlinear equations of the form:
f (x) = 0 .
The methods you will be implementing are:
Newtons method
Secant method
As you work through the
Lab 2B: Interpolation
Due: Sunday Feb. 14th at 11:59PM
In this lab you will be investigating barycentric Lagrange interpolation. The file bary_weights.m
has been provided on the course website. This function will compute the barycentric weights for a
give
Lab 1A: Truncated Taylor Series
Due: Friday Jan. 22nd at Noon
In this lab you will create a script to compute a truncated Taylor series and use the plotting utilities in Matlab
to output the result.
The truncated Taylor series of a function f (x) about a
Final Exam
AM2814GThree Hours
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
7:00 10:00 pm
Instructions
No notes, calculators or computers. There are 8 pages including a formula sheet and
a Matlab summary.
Part I is multiple choice. Choose the most appropriate answer for ea
Lab 4A: QR Factorization
Due: Friday March 18th at Noon
This part of the lab you will be writing a program to compute the QR factorization of a matrix A.
The algorithm used is the classical (unstable) Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization algorithm.
To define a
Lab 2A: Interpolation
Due: Friday Feb. 5th at Noon
The first form of the barycentric formula is:
n
k k
f (x) = w(x)
,
x k
k=1
where
w(x) =
n
(x k )
k=1
and
k =
n
(k j )1
j=1
j=k
where n is the number of interpolation points.
In this lab you will write a M