Chapter 1
Decibel Computations
(cont.)
Decibel Computations
Widely employed in the
communications industry.
Decibel forms are vital to understanding
the many system specifications and
performance standards.
Arguably not as essential today, but the
prac
Chapter 4
Practical Filter Types
(cont.)
Practical Filter Types
In terms of frequency response, the
four major types of filters are lowpass,
highpass, bandpass, and bandrejection.
There are two other ways of classifying
filters: (1) by implementation
Chapter 3
Fourier Transforms (cont.)
Fourier Transforms
The Fourier series was shown as a way of
representing the spectrum of a periodic
signal as a series of discrete lines in the
frequency domain.
In this module, the concept of the Fourier
transform w
Chapter 4
Filters
Filters
A filter is a circuit that passes certain
frequencies while rejecting others.
Filters are among the most important
circuits in all communication systems.
This is due to the fact that hundreds of
communication signals must be
s
Chapter 3
Fourier Transform
Operations
Fourier Transform Operations
When signals are processed in the time
domain, various changes occur in their
spectra.
It is important to understand how the
spectra are affected by these operations.
2
Fourier Transfor
Chapter 2
Fourier Analysis (cont.)
Fourier Analysis
The great French mathematician, Jean Baptiste
Fourier (17681830), developed the concept of
representing arbitrary functions in terms of
sinusoidal functions.
This concept is widely employed throughout
Chapter 1
Introduction
Objectives
Students should be able to:
Discuss simplified communication system
model
Convert between wavelength and frequency
Discuss the radiofrequency spectrum
Explain why electromagnetic signals can be
more easily propagate
Chapter 2
Exponential Fourier Series
(cont.)
Exponential Fourier Series
Quadrature and amplitudephase forms of
Fourier series are normally introduced first,
and require no facility with complex
numbers.
In advanced situations, however, it is
convenient
Final Exam Compiled Review
The Contractual Relationship:
Definition of Contract



Formation of Contracts
A contract is a voluntary exchange of promises, creating obligations that, if defaulted on, can be
enforced and remedied by the courts.
When agree
Operations Final Exam Review
Executive Summary

Problems
Alternative
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Introduction

Who is the decision maker? What authority does this person have? Time frame?
Problem Analysis


What are the real problems? Short term vs. Long term
Wha
Chapter Ten
What is Employment

Involves one person doing work for another. The employee relationship is a masterservant
relationship where the employee does work for the master.
Different from the work of independent contractors, who work for themselve
Capital Budgets (400 words) 80 MINUTES
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Agency and Partnership
Introduction:

An agent represents and acts for principal in dealings with third parties.
The term agency refers to the service an agent performs on behalf of the principal.
The Agency Relationship:

It can be created by an expres
MAC Exam Game Plan
RELATE IMPLICATIONS TO COST/PROFITABILITY. HIGHLIGHT ALL
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Direct Labour
Overhead
Overhead Rate
90,000
135,000
1.5
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Total Production Cost
6,000
6,600
9,900
22,500
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Machine Hours (run time)
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Production runs
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Number of shipments
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Centre of Mass
Definition (review)
Total momentum of a system of particles
Motion of the centre of mass
Serway 9.5, 9.6, 10.9
For practice:
Chapter 9, problems 41, 43;
Chapter 10, problem 73
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Review: Newtons Second Law
For a particle:
(Net
Rolling Motion
Combined translational and rotational motion
Rolling without slipping
Dynamics of rolling motion
Text Section : 10.9
Practice problems: Chapter 10, problems 55, 57, 76, 77
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The general motion of a rigid body (i.e., not pure
Collisions
Conservation of Momentum
Elastic and inelastic collisions
Serway 9.3  9.4
For practice: Chapter 9, problems 5, 19, 25, 29, 35
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Momentum: p = mv
Impulse (a vector) is defined as F t ( for a constant force),
in general. F dt
or
New
Momentum
Newtons original quantity of motion
a conserved quantity
a vector
Today:
 momentum and impulse
 Newtons Second Law in another form
Serway 9.1 9.3
Practice problems: Chapter 9, problems 1, 11, 15, 17
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Definition: The linear moment
Angular Momentum
Angular momentum of rigid bodies
Newtons 2nd Law for rotational motion
Torques and angular momentum in 3D
Text sections 11.2  11.4
Practice Problems:
Chapter 11, problems 25, 27, 29, 34, 55
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Angular momentum is the rotatio
Energy
Examples with rotation
Force and Potential Energy
Serway 7.8, 7.9; 10.8
Practice problems:
Serway chapter 7, problems 47, 51, 52;
chapter 10, problems 49, 51, 52, 53,
67
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Rotation about a fixed axis
Kinetic Energy:
K = I2
Work: dW
= d
W
Collisions (II)
Momentum and Kinetic Energy in Collisions
Serway 9.3, 9.4
For practice: Chapter 9, problems 21, 27, 59, 66
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Elastic Collisions
In one dimension (all motion along the xaxis):
1) Momentum is conserved :
m1v1i +m2 v2i =m1 v1f +m
Mechanical Energy
More examples
Nonconservative forces
Serway 8.1 8.4
Practice problems: Serway chapter 8,
problems 7, 15, 23, 65, 69
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Mechanical Energy
E = K + U = K + Ugravity + Uspring + .
Mechanical energy is conserved by conservative
for
Kinematics in 2D (II)
Uniform circular motion
Tangential and radial components of a
Relative velocity and acceleration
Serway and Jweett : 4.4 to 4.6
Uniform Circular Motion
v
uniform means constant speed
velocity v changes (direction changes)
v
a
Determination of an Equilibrium Constant
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To determine the equilibrium constant of the chemical reaction between the different
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