Week 5-Lab
There are two kinds of m-files in Matlab
1) Script file
2) Function file
Example 1
The sum of square of c
Example 2 for two vatiables
Example of quadratic formula
HW1
With error
With error
Chapter 3 Notes on Economics
Section 1 Objective: to identify Free Enterprise
I. Benefits of Free Enterprise
A. The Tradition
1. 18 million unincorporated businesses in the U.S.
2. America is the Land
BASIC RULES FOR UNCERTAINTY CALCULATIONS
Types of uncertainties:
1) An Absolute Uncertainty is denoted by the symbol and has the same units as the
quantity.
2) A Relative or Percent Uncertainty is den
MANUFACTURING PROCE99 0F CATALYTIC CONVERTER9
Main substance of the
ceramic structure,
cordierite, is mined
Cordierite is heated
Cordierite undergoes the
process of extrusion, to
make honeycomb
pathwa
ROBIN JACOB
LAB 3.1.1
Hypothesis: Relationship between frequency of revolution and
1. Magnitude of force
causing the circular
motion:
2. Radius of the circular
path
Reason:
Reason:
3. Mass of the obje
Types of Food Eaten in Japan:
raw seafood - "sashimi" (sah-she-me)
Sushi & sashimi.
Sashimi is seafood, which includes fish, squids, octopus, clams, and other marine
products, consumed at their raw st
September 23, 2013
The Secrets Behind the
Greatest Roller Coaster in the World:
Robin Jacob
The PolyCoaster
Description:
The PolyCoaster tests the courage of those who dare ride it. The experience com
Robin Jacob | February 13, 2013
Aristotle
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet
Years of Contribution: 384-322 B.C.
Description of Theory:
He disagreed with prevailing theories re
I hypothesized that an individuals wealth was a factor of their life expectancy. When comparing
the dependent variable, life expectancy, and the independent variable, median earnings, with the use of
Factors that Affect
Life Expectancy:
Income, High School Education, Obesity, and Child
Immunization Rates
Charles, Daman, Robin, & Usama
January
2014
When deciding upon a topic for this culminating as
Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi
Department of Science and Engineering
Student Set timetable: Physics-Licence 1 Semester 2
Week 1
Weeks selected for printout: 17 Jan 2016 to 23 Jan 2016
Sun
9:00
9:
Week 4: answers of the handout
1) Question 1) We choose to hide the iterations
Answer quiz (question 4)
Question 2 of the handout (display all the iterations on the table,
Combine question 1 and 2 ( m
Answer quiz 1 (table)
Question 2
in general
Rolling a die
Bisection
method 1
BM2
BM adding stopping crieteria
BM addig tolerance and stopping crieteria
Table of contents:
1. Introduction
2. Background and theory
3. Equipment and protocol
4. Experiment Procedure, Measurement and analysis
5. Conclusion
1. Introduction:
The Doppler Effect is the change
Numerical Methods Lab#1
Homework#1
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Numerical Methods Lab#1
Dr. Amal Amleh
Done by: Asmaa Khounat
22/2/2017
Numerical Methods Lab#1
Question 1)
This script does not show all the iterations. It hides
422 CHAPTER 5 NONLINEAR SYSTEMS
EXERCISES FOR SECTION 5.1
1. The Iinearizations of systems (i) and (iii) are both
so these two systems have the same local picture" near (0, 0). This system has eigenva
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CHAPTER 2
Polynomial, Power,
and Rational Functions
2.1 Linear and Quadratic
Functions and Modeling
2.2 Power Functions with
Modeling
2.3 Polynomial Fu
Experiment 1: The Pendulum
Student
First Name
Last Name
Brock email
Date of the Lab
Experimental data
Run mass
m (kg)
d (m)
s (m)
1
m1
0.0225
0.02540
2
m1
0.0225
0.02540
3
m1
0.0225
0.02540
4
m1
0.022
REPORT SHEET FOR EXPERIMENT 3
CHEMICAL REACTIONS: ACIDS AND BASES
ACIDS AND BASES AND NEUTRALIZATION REACTIONS
1. Summarize the effects of acids and bases on the pH paper, the phenolphthalein and
brom
Name:
Student ID:
PHYS 1P21/1P91
Test 2
22 May 2013
1. An object is released from rest at the top of a frictionless ramp that is inclined at an angle of 23 to
the horizontal.
(a) Determine how far the
Name:
Student ID:
PHYS 1P21/1P91
1. Alice walks along a straight road aligned
East-West, where East is taken to be the positive
direction. Her position-time graph is shown.
(a) Determine Alices veloci
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Fall 2013
Dr. DAgostino
Tutorial 5: Chapter 4B, Applying Newtons Laws
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand Newtons laws of motion
apply Newtons laws of motio
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Chapter 7, Impulse and Momentum
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand momentum, impulse, and the impulse-momentum theorem
solve prob
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Tutorial 4: Chapter 4A, Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand the concept of force
understand Newt
Soups
Ingredients
Minestrone
1l hot vegetable stock
Asian Noodle Soup with Shrimp
Baked Potato
French Onion
400g tn choppedtomato
Tomato
100g thin spaghetti, broken into short lengths
350g frozen mixe
EXPERIMENT 3
CONCEPTS,
TECHNIQUES AND
SKILLS
1. Glycolysis and
alcoholic
fermentation
2. Pipetting and making
dilutions
3. Calculating mean and
standard deviation
4. Students t-test
HOW TO PREPARE
1.
Total Mark
EXPERIMENT #2
_ / 25
Measuring Protein in Solution: The Bradford Assay
Name: _ Lab Section #: _ Date: _
Make sure to include this page at the end of your Experiment #2
lab report.
Circle t
Total Mark
EXPERIMENT #1
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Biology Lab Techniques: Pipetting and Spectrophotometry
Name: _ Lab Section #: _ Date: _
1. MICROPIPETTOR BASICS
/ 18.5
Circle the correct answer from choices shown in
Total Mark
EXPERIMENT #4
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Enzyme Kinetics: -Galactosidase Activity
Name: _ Lab Section #: _ Date: _
Make sure to include this page at the end of your Experiment #4
lab report.
Circle the correc