1) A quota
A) limits the price producers can charge
B) limits the quantity producers can sell
C) is often used with agricultural products
D) A and C
E) B and C.
1) A quota
A) limits the price producers can charge
B) limits the quantity producers can sell
Chapter 11
Public
Goods and
Common
Resources
Sofar,wehavelookedatthemarketsfor
goodsandservicesthataresuppliedby
privatefirms.
Nowweturnourfocustogoodsandservices
suppliedbythepublicsector.
Consumersdonothavetopayforthesegoods
theyareprovidedforuseforf
Chapter 7
Consumers,
Producers
& the
Efficiency of
Markets
Copyright 2006 Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Ltd.
Revisiting the Market Equilibrium
Dotheequilibriumpriceandquantitymaximize
thetotalwelfareofbuyersandsellers?
Marketequilibriumreflectsth
Chapter 2
Production
Possibilities
The Production Possibilities Frontier
Theproductionpossibilitiesfrontier,PPF,isa
graphthatshowsthecombinationsofoutputthat
theeconomycanpossiblyproducegiventhe
availablefactorsofproductionandtheavailable
productiontechn
Engineering Computation: Tutorial 11
Problem Solving with Computing, using the Python Language
Whats in your toolbox?
Print statement, string literals
Program Design
Basic calculator, integer division
File Processing
Variables
Graphics
Built-in functions
Engineering Compuwation: Tutorial 10
Problem Solving with Computing, using the Python Language
Whats in your toolbox?
Print statement, string literals
Program Design
Basic calculator, integer division
File Processing
Variables
Graphics
Built-in functions
Engineering Computation: Tutoral 09
Problem Solving with Computing, using the Python Language
Questions from Week 08?
Programming Exercises from Zelle textbook
1
pg. 291 - 293 # 1, 7, 8, 11, 13.
2
Whats in your toolbox?
Print statement, string literals
Pr
Engineering Computation: Tutorial 07
Problem Solving with Computing, using the Python Language
Questions from Week 06?
Programming Exercises from Zelle textbook
1
pg. 228 # 3, 5, 11, 16, 17.
2
Whats in your toolbox?
Print statement, string literals
Basic
Course Summary
ENGINEER 1D04
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
McMaster University, Fall 2010
Revised: 14 December 2010
1
Topics
1. Computing.
a. What computing is.
b. Main branches of computing.
c. Why engineers need to study computing.
2. Math
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
11 Recursion
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
22 November 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Administrative details.
Advice
Review
Recursion.
ENG 1D04.
Demo.
Work plan for weeks 10 a
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
10 Algorithms
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
22 November 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Administrative details.
Advice
Review
Algorithms.
Euclids GCD algorithm.
Search an
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
08 Software Developement
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
8 November 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Administrative details.
Course evaluations.
Advice
Review
Software developm
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
06 Conditionals
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
22 October 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Administrative details.
Review.
Booleans.
If statements.
Exceptions.
Programming
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
05 Functions
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
16 October 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Administrative details.
Review.
Functions.
Name spaces and scoping.
The principle of le
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
04 Objects and Graphics
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
6 October 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Administrative details.
Review.
Objects.
Graphics.
Donald Knuth.
Demo.
Advice
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
03 Sequences
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
29 September 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
Administrative details.
Advice.
Review.
Sequences
4.1 Strings.
4.2 Lists.
4.3 Files.
5. Alan Turi
ENG 1D04 Fall 2010
01 Fundamentals of Programming
Languages
Dr. William M. Farmer and Dr. Spencer Smith
Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University
16 September 2010
Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Administrative details.
Review.
Fundamentals of programming
4. DISCUSSION
The flow diagram describes the design process involved in the design process. The clients
problem statement was: McMaster University Student Center, MUSC has very high energy costs.
The main objective of the project is to make the building m
Assignment 2
Name: - Harsimran Singh Suppal
Student Number: - 0957276
Date: - Nov 14, 2010
1. For a material with a Modulus of Elasticity of 5 GPa and density of 0.513 Mg/m3,
compute the mass and height of the rung. Assume b = 75 mm, P = 1350 N, L = 350 m
Assignment #2 1P03
TylerWright
1043569
1. For a material with a Modulus of Elasticity of 5 GPa and density of 0.513 Mg/m ,
3
compute the mass and height of the rung. Assume b = 75 mm, P =
1350 N, L = 350 mm, the factor of safety is S = 1.5, andCf = 0.01.
Review
Physics 1D03 - Lecture 35
1
Topics to study
basic kinematics
forces & free-body diagrams
circular motion
center of mass
energy + conservation + conservative forces
= 0, F = 0
statics
linear + angular momentum, impulse + conservation
rotational en
Damped Oscillations
(Serway 15.6-15.7)
Simple Pendulum
Recall, for a simple pendulum we have the
following equation of motion:
d 2
g
=
2
dt
L
Which give us:
L
T
=
g
L
-Hence:
g
gT 2
L= 2 =
4 2
or:
4 2 L
g = 2L =
T2
Application - measuring height
- findin
Harmonic Motion (III)
Simple and Physical Pendulum
SHM and uniform circular motion
Simple Pendulum
Gravity is the restoring force taking the place of the
spring in our block/spring system.
L
Instead of x, measure the displacement as the arc length
s along
Harmonic Motion (II)
(Serway 15.2, 15.3)
Mass and Spring
Energy in SHM
Velocity and Acceleration
x(t ) = A cos(t + )
dx
v(t ) =
= A sin(t + )
dt
dv
a (t ) =
= A 2 cos(t + ) = 2 x
dt
Note : vMAX = A
aMAX = A 2
a(t) = 2 x(t)
Energy in SHM
Look again at th
Oscillatory Motion
Serway & Jewett (Chapter 15)
Equilibrium position: no net force
M
The spring force is always directed
back towards equilibrium (hence called
the restoring force). This leads to an
oscillation of the block about the
equilibrium position.