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ENGR 2110U Assignment2 Fall 2010
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Homework #3 Solutions
Textbook Problems:
Exercise 1.310 Consider the possible sequences in which Hope wins the match:
HHH, HHCH, HCHH, CHHH, HHCCH,
HCHCH, CHHCH, HCCHH, CHCHH, CCHHH
So there are ten such sequences. By symmetry, there must also be ten pos
University of Ontario lnstitute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Discrete Mathematics (ENGR 2110)
Test2 (November 16, 2010)
instructions
 it is a 60minute closedbook test.
~ Only doublesided 8.5 x 11 summary/crib sheets are ailo
Dear Class,
Please pay close attention to the following points, and carefully follow them:
 Test2 will be held on Tuesday, November 16, 2010, between 11:10 AM and 12:10 PM, in room UA1140. Do not be late.
 You are responsible to know Chapter3 and Chap
ENGR 2110U Assignment1 Fall 2010
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ENGR 2110U Assignment3 F39 2010
' Hand in this assignment on Tuesday October 19, 2010, in the classroom, before the Eecture.
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Calculus ll Midterm l W 2010 0ng \IEKSOM 2
1. (3 mark each; total 9 marks)
37 .
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Ler u.= x+\ , sew Luau 8,x= urn
: xH  2.\x+l\ +C.
(b) Set up (do NOT evaluate) an integral calculating the force exerted on one
side of the thin plate sho
Assignment: 1
Discrete Maths
1) Problem 10) f on page 17 from the textbook
2) Problem 24) c on page 18 from the textbook
3) Problem 32) f on page 19 from the textbook
4) Problem 10) b on page 28 from the textbook
5) Problem 24 on page 29 from the textbook
Dear Class,
Please pay close attention to the following points, and carefully follow them:
 Your Test1 will be held on Tuesday, October 26, 2010, between 11:10 AM and 12:10 PM, in room UA1140. Do not be late.
 You are responsible to know Chapter1 and
HONOUR HOMEWORK:
Please note that it is ESSENTIAL that you have mastered usubstitution before learning the new integration techniques in Calc
II. With this in mind, if youd like some optional Calc I/Intro Calc
integration review, try pg. 410 # 19, 29, 31,
ENGR 2118i) Assignmet Falf 2010
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Calculus ll Midterm 2 W 2010 (gLUE VE 750 2
1. (4 mark each; total 12 marks)
(a) Let f(a:, y, z) = tan(1 yz) + 62 ln(4a:y3 + sin :13). Find fr): and film.
(b) Consider a 50 L tank lled with water, initially containing 0.02 kg of salt
per litre. Water wi
Objective(s):
To gain handson experience with the voltage and current supplies, ammeter and
voltmeter function and variable resistors.
To study how a voltage divider works and to derive and validate the formula for the
output voltage and gain, and the ef
Given: V1 = 10V R1 = 10k
R2 = 1 k, 3.3 k, 10 k
1.1
Voltage Output:
Vout=
R2
V1
R 1+ R 2
Voltage Gain:
A=
R2
R 1+ R 2
1.2
Fig. 1
Circuit with R2 = 1k
Table 31: Calculated and Simulated Values in a Voltage Divider Circuit
R2 Values
Calculated output Voltag
4.3.2.1.
Equation for VL:
VL=VS
( RTHRL+ RL )
Equation for PL:
PL=
( VL )2
=( IL )2RL
RL
Equation for PMAX:
PMAX =
( VS )2
REQ
Load Resistor
VL Volts
PL (watts)
1 k
3.3 k
6.8 k
10 k
33 k
(voltage across RL)
0.56 V
1.46 V
2.29 V
2.77 V
4.02 V
(Power dissip
Lab 2: Measuring Voltage and Current, Verification of Ohms & Kirchhoffs Laws
Objective(s):

To know the laboratory policies and report formats
To get familiar with various instruments available in the circuits laboratory.
To understand the laboratory saf
2.2.1
1.1.a. The resistance is 22*105 or 2.2 M.
1.1.b. The resistance is 12*100 or 12 .
1.1.c. The resistance is 34*109 or 34 G.
1.2.a. The colour code is red, black, orange.
1.2.b. The colour code is yellow, violet, red.
1.2.c. The colour code is brown,
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Discrete Mathematics cfw_ENGR 21 l0)
Testl cfw_October 26, 2010)
Instructions
It is a 60minute closedbook test.
Only doublesided 8.5 x l i summary/crib sheets are a
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