Capa 4
1. Two point charges each of magnitude 1.88 C are located on the x axis. One is at x=1.23 m, and the other is at x=-1.23 m. Determine the electric potential on the y axis at y=0.517 m.
Answer: 2.Calculate the electric potential energy of a third ch
Capa 5
1. Find the capacitance of the Earth. Take the mean radius of the Earth to be 6.37106 m. (The outer conductor of the "spherical capacitor" may be considered as a conducting sphere at infinity where V approaches zero.)
Answer: 2. Two capacitors when
CAPA 8
1. An electron has a velocity of 1.20104 m/s (in the positive x direction) and an acceleration of 1.961012 m/s2 (in the positive z direction) in uniform electric and magnetic feilds. If the electric field has a magnitude of 18.3 N/C (in the positiv
CAPA 7
1. In the figure below, R1 = 0.200 , R2 = 2.00 , R3 = 20.0 and R0 = 200 . Calculate the equivalent resistance of the circuit when a 5.00 V power supply is connected between points A and B.
Answer: 2. Calculate the equivalent resistance of the circu
CAPA 3
A 1. A uniform electric field 29.3i + 43.3j intersects a surface of area 0.60 m2. What is the flux through this area if the surface lies in the yz-plane?
Answer: 2. What is the flux through this area if the surface lies in the xz-plane?
Answer: 3.
CAPA 2
1. Two 1.70 C point charges are located on the x axis. One is at x = 1.09 m, and the other is at x = -1.09 m. Determine the electric field on the y axis at y = 0.517 m.
Answer: 2. Calculate the electric force on a -3.18 C charge placed on the y axi
CAPA 1
A 1 A 4.2010-9 C charge is located 3.27 m from a -2.9710-9 C charge. Find the magnitude of the electrostatic force exerted by one charge on the other.
Answer: 2.Calculate the Coulomb force on q1, as seen in the figure below. Choose forces to the ri
Ch. 11 Public Goods and Common Resources
So far, we have looked at the markets for
goods and services that are supplied by private firms. Now we turn our focus to goods and services supplied by the public sector. Consumers do not have to pay for these go
Ch. 11 Public Goods and Common Resources
So far, we have looked at the markets for goods and services that are supplied by private firms. Now we turn our focus to goods and services supplied by the public sector. Consumers do not have to pay for these go
Ch. 7, 10 Consumers, Producers & the Efficiency of Markets and Externalities
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Revisiting the Market Equilibrium
Do the equilibrium price and quantity
maximize the total welfare of buyers and sellers
Ch. 5
Elasticity
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Elasticity
allows us to analyze supply and demand with
greater precision.
is a measure of how much buyers and sellers
respond to changes in market conditions.
measures how respon
Ch. 7, 10 Consumers, Producers & the Efficiency of Markets and Externalities
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Revisiting the Market Equilibrium
Do the equilibrium price and quantity maximize the total welfare of buyers and sellers?
12/2/2007
Ch. 5
Elasticity
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Elasticity
allows us to analyze supply and demand with greater precision. is a measure of how much buyers and sellers respond to changes in market conditions. measures how
Ch. 4 Market Forces of Supply & Demand
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Markets
A market is a group of buyers and sellers of a particular good or service. The terms supply and demand refer to the behavior of people as they interact
Ch. 3
Comparative Advantage & Gains from Trade
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Suppose there are 2 people trapped on an island: Peyton the potato farmer and Brett the beef rancher. Only two goods are produced: potatoes and meat, a
12/2/2007
Ch. 2 Production Possibilities
The Production Possibilities Frontier
The production possibilities frontier, PPF, is a graph that shows the combinations of output that the economy can possibly produce given the available factors of production and
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Text;
using System.Windows.Forms;
namespace Simple_sort
cfw_
public partial class Form1 : Form
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int [] a;
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Engineering Computation ENG 1D04
Lecture 12: some review
Mihai Albu
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Question 1. How do you pass the 1D04 course?
2 marks
Answer 1.
A. Drink a lot of beers B. Cheat on
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04
Lecture 11:Sorting, searching and recursion
Mihai Albu
Sorting
Selection sort
1. Scan the data to find the minimum element. 2. Exchange the minimum element with the first element. 3. Move to the next position. Go back to 1
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04
Lecture 10: Advanced techniques
Mihai Albu
this reference
It allows an object to refer to itself
class Account cfw_ string name; long acctNumber; double balance; public Account(string name, long acctNumber, double balance)
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Lecture 9: MoreClasses
Mihai Albu
Announcements
Cheating is NOT allowed. Hopefully, in the last week we will have a double session of quizzes
=> 4 out of 6
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Classes
class test cf
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04
Lecture 8: Classes
Mihai Albu
DEPARTMENT INFORMATION NIGHTS
Engineering departments will be holding Information Nights over the next couple of weeks to help students with decision making around program selection for Level
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04
Lecture 7: 2D arrays & strings
Mihai Albu
Problem
How can you determine, based on DNA sequences, which of the following species are closer related?
Human Gorilla Mouse Eagle
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DNA
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Lecture 6: Two-dimensional arrays & midterm samples
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Mihai Albu
1
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Announcements
Quizzes Labs Office hours extended CRL 220 for
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04 ENG 1D04
Lecture 5: Recap so far and more
Mihai Albu
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Ifs
if(condition is true) cfw_ /do something else/if condition is false cfw_ /do something else
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Engineering Computation ENG 1D04 ENG 1D04
Lecture 4: Arrayssorting
Mihai Albu
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Announcements
Quizzes : best 4 out of 5 Marked lab: NO materials are allowed, NO internet connection, NO WebCT (except when submissi
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04 ENG 1D04
Lecture 3: Loops in practice
Mihai Albu
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http:/www.youtube.com/eng1d04
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Problem
Present a report of results from ENG1D04 stude
Engineering Computation ENG 1D04 ENG 1D04
Lecture 2: Algorithms
Mihai Albu
Announcements
Labs (4/5) Quizzes (next week) Comp. club
http:/www.youtube.com/eng1d04
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Lets start working
You should take advantage of
D
CAPA 7
1. In the figure below, R1 = 0.200 , R2 = 2.00 , R3 = 20.0 and R0 = 200 . Calculate the
equivalent resistance of the circuit when a 5.00 V power supply is connected between points A
and B.
Answer:
2. Calculate the equivalent resistance of the circu