LabReport 2
Introduction:
To get experience and understand the laboratory practices and electric circuit
methods in this lab, several circuits and techniques were used. From our last experience,
we proved Ohms law and Kirchhoffs law by putting circuits i
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Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (ENGR2200U)
Fall 2009
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STAT2800: Midterm Review
MIDTERM REVIEW
1. Chapter 1 is pretty straight forward. Please make sure you
understand your simple summary statistics of a raw data set
(i.e., x, s 2 , ~ , quartiles, etc). Also, please understand the three
x
graphical summaries:
STAT2800U: Lecture 1
CHAPTER 1: SAMPLING AND DESCRIPTIVE
STATISTICS
Question: What is a statistic?
Answer: Any numerical summary measure based on data
from a sample; contrasts with a parameter which is based on
data from a population.
Basic Idea of Statis
STAT2800U: Lecture 1
CHAPTER 1: SAMPLING AND DESCRIPTIVE
STATISTICS
Question: What is a statistic?
Answer: Any numerical summary measure based on data
from a sample; contrasts with a parameter which is based on
data from a population.
Basic Idea of Statis
STAT2800U: Lecture 2
CHAPTER 1: SAMPLING AND DESCRIPTIVE
STATISTICS
Graphical Summaries (Section 1.3, page 25)
StemandLeaf Plots
Most of us already know what a histogram looks like:
A histogram tells us how many observations fall into a
particular class
STAT2800U: Lecture 3
CHAPTER 2: PROBABILITY
A chance experiment, also called a random experiment, is simply
an activity or situation whose outcomes, to some degree, depend on
chance. To decide whether a given activity qualifies as a chance
experiment, ask
STAT2800U: Lecture 5
CHAPTER 2: PROBABILITY
Random Variables (Section 2.4, page 90)
Definition:
A numerical characteristic whose value depends on the outcome of a
chance experiment is called a random variable. A random variable
is discrete if its possible
STAT2800U: Lecture 4
CHAPTER 2: PROBABILITY
Counting Methods (Section 2.2, page 62)
Permutations:
In how many ways can you order the letters A, B, C?
Five lifeguards are available for duty one Saturday afternoon. There
are three lifeguard stations. In how
ENGR2200U Quiz 6 Solution
1. Use the nodevoltage method to find the steadystate expression for v o(t) in the
circuit shown below if vg1 = 10 cos(5000t + 53.13) V and vg2 = 8 sin(500t) V.
2. Use the meshcurrent method to find the steadystate expression
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ENGR2200U Quiz 5
1. A 50 Hz sinusoidal voltage with a maximum amplitude of 340 V at t = 0 is applied
across the terminals of an inductor. The maximum amplitude of the steadystate
current in the inductor is 8.5A.
a. What is the frequency of t
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ENGR2200U Quiz 7 Solution
1. Find the steadystate expressions for the currents i g and iL in the circuit shown
below when vg = 200 cos 10000t V.
2. Find the average power, the reactive power, and the apparent power absorbed
by the load in th
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ENGR2200U Quiz 4
1. The Thevenin equivalent can also be determined from measurements made at
the pair of terminals of interest. Assume the following measurements were made
at the terminals a,b in the circuit shown below.

When a 15kohm resis
ENGR 2360U ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
FALL 2015
INSTRUCTOR: REZA GHAFOURI
Assignment#1
Duedate:Jan.26,2015
Question1:Aflywheelwithamomentofinertiaof2kgm2isinitiallyatrest.Ifatorqueof5Nm
(counterclockwise)issuddenlyappliedtotheflywheel,whatwillbethespeedofthef
Chapter 9:
91.
Transmission Lines
Calculate the dc resistance in ohms per kilometer for an aluminum conductor with a 3 cm diameter.
SOLUTION The resistance per meter of aluminum conductor is given by Equation (92):
rDC =
A
=
r2
where = 2.83 108 m. Thi
STAT2800U: Lecture 6
CHAPTER 2: PROBABILITY
Random Variables Contd (Section 2.4, page 90)
Recall: Last class we started setting up discrete random
variables and we also worked with continuous random variables,
lets continue with both:
Example: Two cards a
STAT2800U: Lecture 7
CHAPTER 4: COMMONLY USED DISTRIBUTIONS
The Binomial Distribution Contd (Section 4.2, page
203)
THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION (discrete)
Recall: p(x) = proportion of batches with x Ss (successes)
Summary for Binomial Distribution:
If a tot
Prelab Tasks: Laboratory 1
1.
The DC Topward Power Supply contains three power supplies. To get an output voltage of 10V,
ﬁrst you have to turn on the power switch. Make sure the CV light is not on. Turn the current on until the
green CV light is on. Open
PRELAB 4
1.
a.
Sine, Square, Ramp Pule, Noise, and Arb.
b.
510V.
c.
i. 1Hz
ii. 10MHz
2.
i.
Front panel buttons depicted with an outline box. These are keys with fixed purposes.
ii.
Unlabeled option buttons.
3.
Resistor
Inductor
Time Constant
22 k
0.1 mH
Objective:
1. Gain hands on experience with: voltage/current supplies, ammeter/voltmeter
functions, and variable resistors.
2. Learn how to use a voltage divider, derive and then validate the formula for the
output voltage and gain, and the results of a l
Electrical Engineering Fundamentals
PreLab#3
PreLab Tasks:Thvenin's and Norton's theorems.
1
1. Find the Thvenin's and Norton's equivalent circuits of network in Figure 35, excluding RL.,
in which the output of the network is taken to be at nodes A a
1D Motion
Overview
TOPICS
Tools to learn:
Motion diagrams
Graphs
Problem solving strategy
Concepts to learn:
The particle model
Position and displacement
Velocity
Acceleration
Free fall and inclined motion
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Chapter 1 (all of it)
MATH1850U: Chapter 3 cont.
1
EUCLIDEAN VECTOR SPACES cont.
Norm, Dot Product, and Distance in Rn (Section 3.2) cont.
Recall: Last day, we introduced the concept of dot product.lets examine some
properties.
Theorem (Properties of the Euclidean Inner Produc
MATH1850U: Chapter 1 cont
1
LINEAR SYSTEMS cont
Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations (1.1; pg.2) cont
Recall: Last day, we introduced the elementary row operations that help us replace a
system of equations with another system that has the same sol
MATH1850U: Chapter 2 cont.; 3
1
DETERMINANTS cont.
Properties of Determinants; Cramers Rule (Section 2.3) cont.
Recall: Last class, we began studying several properties of determinants.
Theorem (Cramers Rule): If Ax = b is a system of n equations in n unk
MATH1850U: Chapter 1 cont.
1
LINEAR SYSTEMS cont
Matrices and Matrix Operations (1.3; pg. 25)
Last day, we learned a bunch of matrix operations now lets finally tackle the concept
of matrix multiplication.
Definition: If A is an m r matrix and B is an r n