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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v4 (This problem adapted from problem 6.15 in the text) A horizontal cylinder contains some liquid. The volume of the liquid can be calculated using: rh V r 2 cos 1 (r h) 2rh h 2 L r where r = radius of cylinder (m) L = length of cyl
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 1 Date Due: January 29th, 2009, before 1:00 p.m. _ Question 1 Determine if the following sequences are periodic, and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Solutions of Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signa
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Course: Physics
Lecture Outline Chapter 4 College Physics, 7th Edition Wilson / Buffa / Lou 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 4 Force and Motion 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Units of Chapter 4 The Concepts of Force and Net Force Inertia and Newtons First Law of Moti
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Lecture Outline Chapter 1 College Physics, 7th Edition Wilson / Buffa / Lou 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 1 Measurement and Problem Solving 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Units of Chapter 1 Why and How We Measure SI Units of Length, Mass, and Time
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Course: Earth Science
Why is ozone primarily important in the stratosphere? It absorbs the Sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. The gast that constitutes about 78% of all the gases in Earth's atmosphere is called: Nitrogen Which gas in the atmosphere varies from 0%4% at different
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MATH 1005A  Notes 5 Systems of Equations A system of two, linear, homogeneous equations with constant coecients has the form x0 = ax + by y 0 = cx + dy; where a; b; c and d are constants, and x and y are functions of t. The system may be expressed in mat
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MATH 1005A  Notes 4 SecondOrder Equations Reducible to the First Order A secondorder equation (linear or nonlinear) in which the dependent variable (e.g., y) does not appear explicitly can be reduced to a rstorder equation for y 0 . Thus, given the se
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MATH 1005A  Notes 3 CauchyEuler Equations An equation of the form x2 y 00 + Axy 0 + By = 0; where A and B are constants (or, equivalently, ax2 y 00 + bxy 0 + cy = 0, with a; b and c constants), is called a CauchyEuler equation. In standard form, the eq
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity TA Term Paper marking 1. AZARYAHU M. and FOOTE K.E. 2008 'Historical space as narrative medium: on the configuration of spatial narrati
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity Practicing Geography Profile Paper OVERVIEW A selection of journal articles is provided to highlight various case studies that convey c
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3. Heavy Quarkonia 1. Spectroscopy 2. em decays 3. decays S. Godfrey, Carleton University 1 2. The November Revolution: S. Godfrey, Carleton University 2 S. Godfrey, Carleton University 3 S. Godfrey, Carleton University 4 The Charmonium Spe
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v4 (This problem adapted from problem 6.15 in the text) A horizontal cylinder contains some liquid. The volume of the liquid can be calculated using: rh V r 2 cos 1 (r h) 2rh h 2 L r where r = radius of cylinder (m) L = length of cyl
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v1 The diagram illustrates a gas flowing through a nozzle. As the cross sectional area of the nozzle gets smaller and smaller, the gas flows faster and faster until, at the choke point, it is flowing at Mach 1 (M = 1). If the Mach nu
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v3 (This problem adapted from problem 5.20 in the text) The upward velocity v of a rocket is is given by: m0 v u ln m qt gt 0 where v = upward velocity of rocket (m/s) u = relative velocity at which fuel is expelled (m/s) q = fuel
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Fabian 1 Rebecca Fabian 5/12/13 From Fiction to the Playing Field From the Imagination of J.K. Rowling to the bestselling books, The Harry Potter series, the game Quidditch has become a very well know sport. The game has become a sensation in many Americ
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 1 Date Due: January 29th, 2009, before 1:00 p.m. _ Question 1 Determine if the following sequences are periodic, and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Solutions of Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signa
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signals and sketch
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Solutions to AP PHYSICS SUMMER PROBLEM SET MEASUREMENT 1.) The only SI standard represented by an artifact is the (a) meter, (b) kilogram, (c) second, or (d) electric charge. Answer: (b) 2.) Which of the following is not an SI base unit? (a) length, (b) m
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Lab 2, Physics 101 Free Fall Down a Ramp Purpose: Get experimental data from rolling cars down a ramp that allows you to use kinematics and trig to calculate an experimental acceleration due to gravity (g). A. Procedures: 1. Get a PasCar with bar masses,
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Lab 3: Atwoods Machine Physics 101 Purpose: To understand an application of Newtons laws of motion to objects in free fall, (particularly Newtons 1st and 2nd). Also, calculate an experimental value of the acceleration due to gravity at William Carey Unive
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Course: Earth Science
Name: Chris Regan Lab 11: Severe Storms Objective: This lab is designed to introduce students to the characteristics of general thunderstorms, severe storms, and tornadoes including lightning, hail, strong winds, and tornadoes. A specific case study of th
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Anju Mathew BI 117 EXTERNAL ANATOMY/SKELETON LAB: 2. Fetal pig dissection: Tie one front legs of the animal with a string that passes underneath the dissecting pan to the other leg. Then repeat this with the back legs. Insert one blade of scissors through
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ECOR 2606  Lab 10 Question 1: File SCO2 .txt contains tabulated NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) data for supercritical carbon dioxide. Column one is the temperature (in K), column two is the pressure (in bar), column three is enthal
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ECOR 2606 Laboratory 9 Note: The first two questions are a bit of a throwback to past material but fill in a gap in what you've been asked to do in the assignments and in the lab. 1/. Use Gaussian eliminating (with pivoting) to solve the following series
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Course: Nano Mechanics
MecE 682 A1 (Sept.Dec. 2011) Nanomechanics Lecture: MWF 11:0011:50. Place: MecE Bldg. MEC 416. Office Hours: Fridays, 13:0015:00. Instructor : Dr. CQ Ru (58D, MecE Bldg. Tel.4924477. Email: cru@ualberta.ca). Objectives of the Course : This course is
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Financial Accounting China Summer 2010 Professor: Class Time: Office Location: Contact Information: Course Website: Course Text: Solomon N. Darwin, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley Financial Accounting: None (Handouts will be distributed in class) Cou
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405B: Digital Signal Processing Winter 2010 Course Outline Instructor: Prof. Mohamed ElTanany Room AA523, Telephone:(613)5205739, Email:tanany@sce.carleton.ca Office Hours: TBA Co
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v4 (This problem adapted from problem 6.15 in the text) A horizontal cylinder contains some liquid. The volume of the liquid can be calculated using: rh V r 2 cos 1 (r h) 2rh h 2 L r where r = radius of cylinder (m) L = length of cyl
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 1 Date Due: January 29th, 2009, before 1:00 p.m. _ Question 1 Determine if the following sequences are periodic, and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Solutions of Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signa
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v1 The diagram illustrates a gas flowing through a nozzle. As the cross sectional area of the nozzle gets smaller and smaller, the gas flows faster and faster until, at the choke point, it is flowing at Mach 1 (M = 1). If the Mach nu
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signals and sketch
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v3 (This problem adapted from problem 5.20 in the text) The upward velocity v of a rocket is is given by: m0 v u ln m qt gt 0 where v = upward velocity of rocket (m/s) u = relative velocity at which fuel is expelled (m/s) q = fuel
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S Y S C 4 4 0 5 D i g i t a l S i g n a l P r o c e s s i n g S Y S C 4 4 0 5 _ D T _ s i g n a l s & s e q u e n c e s _ 2 0 1 0 . f m Discrete Time Signals and Sequences (Read Sections 2.12.2 and 2.3.2 in Proakis and Manolakis) Typical DSP System Remov
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #1 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v6 A belt runs around two pulleys as shown . The length L of the belt can be calculated using the equations given. C radius R2 radius R1 R1 R2 A sin1 C L 2C cos A R1( 2 A) R2( 2 A) where A = an angle (in radians) R1 = radius of larg
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v5 (This problem adapted from problem 6.18 in the text) The impedance of a circuit containing a capacitor, an inductor, and a resister can be calculated using: 1 1 Z 1/ C 2 L R 2 where R = resistance () C = capacitance (F) L = induc
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v2 (This problem adapted from problem 5.17 in the text) An electrical charge Q is uniformly distributed around a ring shaped conductor with radius a. A charge q is located at a distance x from the centre of the ring. The force F exer
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #2 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #3 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #4 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v1 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v2 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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Course: Networking
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Course: American
Fabian 1 Rebecca Fabian 5/12/13 From Fiction to the Playing Field From the Imagination of J.K. Rowling to the bestselling books, The Harry Potter series, the game Quidditch has become a very well know sport. The game has become a sensation in many Americ
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Examples Example 10.3.4, Text Convert the analog filter with a transfer function s + 0.1 H ( s ) = ( s + 0.1 ) 2 + 16 into a gigital IIR filter by means of the bilinear transformation. The digital filter is to have a reso nant frequency of r = 2 Solutio
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY FINAL EXAMINATION December 2008 DURATION: 3 HOURS Department Name and Course Number: Mathematics and Statistics, MATH 1005F Course Instructor: Dr. A. Alaca PART I: Multiple Choice Questions. No partial marks. Circle the correct answer.
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Question 1 > f = @(x) x^246; > bisect (f, 4, 10, 0.001, 1) step xl xh 1 4.000000 10.000000 2 4.000000 7.000000 3 5.500000 7.000000 xr 7.000000 5.500000 6.250000 yr 3.000000 15.750000 6.937500 Emax 3.000000 1.500000 0.750000 3 marks for hand executio
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Question 1 > f = @(x) x^25*x+6; > bisect (f, 2.5, 4, 0.001, 1) step xl xh 1 2.500000 4.000000 2 2.500000 3.250000 3 2.875000 3.250000 xr 3.250000 2.875000 3.062500 yr 0.312500 0.109375 0.066406 Emax 0.750000 0.375000 0.187500 3 marks for hand executio
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Lab Test #2 Marking Scheme Note: From the point of view of the marking and submission systems, this test is out of 20 rather than 10. This has been done to make it possible to award half marks. Mark according to this scheme and then multiply the result by
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Root Finding: xR xU EMAX f ( xU )( xU xL ) f ( xU ) f ( xL ) N log 2 xi 1 xi f ( xi )( xi 1 xi ) f ( xi 1 ) f ( xi ) xi 1 xi f ( xi ) f ( xi ) x 0 2N log(x 0 / EMAX ) x 0 log 2 EMAX Golden Section: X 2 XU d , X 1 X L d , d ( 1)( X U X L ) EMAX x 0 ( 1)
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v6 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v5 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v4 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v3 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405 Digital Signal Processing Winter Semester 2010 Midterm # 1 February 4, 2010, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question 1 A simplified block diagram of a DSP system is
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Carleton University, Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405: Final Exam, December 10, 2007 Exam Number: 1 Instructions:  This exam has 2 pages and 15 questions. Answer all questions.  You have 180 minutes to complete this exam.  This is a clos
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Page 1 BIT 1100 Midterm Solutions October 2008 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. [8 marks] Circle the correct answer. No explanation required. 1 [1]. The equation of the horizontal line through the point (1,  5) is (b) y =  5. (c) x = 5. (d) y =
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Carleton University, Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405: Midterm Exam, October 23, 2007 Exam Number: 1 Background: Showers can be a waste of energy, because water that is heated in the hot water tank might never be used. One way to solve this
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity TA Term Paper marking 1. AZARYAHU M. and FOOTE K.E. 2008 'Historical space as narrative medium: on the configuration of spatial narrati
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity Practicing Geography Profile Paper OVERVIEW A selection of journal articles is provided to highlight various case studies that convey c
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STAT 3502 Winter 2009 Formula Sheet for Midterm Test If X is a discrete random variable with pmf p(x) then = E(X) = x xp(x) (x )2 p(x) x 2 = Var(X) = If X is a continuous random variable with pdf f then = E(X) = xf (x)dx 2 = Var(X) =
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STAT 3502 Sample Midterm Test INSTRUCTIONS: Show all appropriate steps in your work; otherwise only partial marks may be awarded. The total of marks is 100. Marks for individual questions are given in [ ]. In writing your answers, justify your claims
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405 Digital Signal Processing Winter Semester 2010 Midterm # 1 February 4, 2010, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question 1 A simplified block diagram of a DSP system is
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm # 1 February 12, 2009, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question #1 A continuous time signal x
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Lecture Outline Chapter 4 College Physics, 7th Edition Wilson / Buffa / Lou 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 4 Force and Motion 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Units of Chapter 4 The Concepts of Force and Net Force Inertia and Newtons First Law of Moti
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Lecture Outline Chapter 1 College Physics, 7th Edition Wilson / Buffa / Lou 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 1 Measurement and Problem Solving 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Units of Chapter 1 Why and How We Measure SI Units of Length, Mass, and Time
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Why is ozone primarily important in the stratosphere? It absorbs the Sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. The gast that constitutes about 78% of all the gases in Earth's atmosphere is called: Nitrogen Which gas in the atmosphere varies from 0%4% at different
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MATH 1005A  Notes 5 Systems of Equations A system of two, linear, homogeneous equations with constant coecients has the form x0 = ax + by y 0 = cx + dy; where a; b; c and d are constants, and x and y are functions of t. The system may be expressed in mat
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MATH 1005A  Notes 4 SecondOrder Equations Reducible to the First Order A secondorder equation (linear or nonlinear) in which the dependent variable (e.g., y) does not appear explicitly can be reduced to a rstorder equation for y 0 . Thus, given the se
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MATH 1005A  Notes 3 CauchyEuler Equations An equation of the form x2 y 00 + Axy 0 + By = 0; where A and B are constants (or, equivalently, ax2 y 00 + bxy 0 + cy = 0, with a; b and c constants), is called a CauchyEuler equation. In standard form, the eq
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MATH 1005A  Notes 2 Variation of Parameters Consider a linear, nonhomogeneous equation in standard form, y 00 + p(x)y 0 + q(x)y = f (x); and let y1 and y2 be two, independent solutions of the associated homogeneous equation y 00 + p(x)y 0 + q(x)y = 0. We
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MATH 1005A  Notes 1 Reduction of Order Consider a linear, secondorder, homogeneous equation in standard form, y 00 + p(x)y 0 + q(x)y 0 = 0: Suppose that one solution y1 is known. Then a second, independent solution y2 is obtained by letting y2 (x) = u(x
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Carleton University ECOR 2606 C & D Instructors: Sect C D Instructor Kevin Goheen John Bryant Office 4230ME 4246ME Telephone 6137261010 X 227 5202600 X 1375 Email kgoheen@gmail.com bryant@sce.carleton.ca Department of Systems and Computer Engineering N
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Inside the City: Learning About Homelessness in Ottawa GEOG 2300: March 26, 2010 1 Outline First Impressions Who is homeless and why? Video "From Homeless to Home" Overview of the Panel Study research: rationale questions methods analysis insights Links
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Agriculture: Geographies of the Global Food System Erica Drummond Friday March 5, 2010 1 Outline. Summary of Agriculture chapter from the Human Mosaic textbook Clip from documentary: Food Inc, followed by discussion Three key current debates and issues
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Ethnic identity and urban space: Latin Americans' struggles for belonging in Toronto Dr. Luisa Veronis Department of Geography University of Ottawa 5 February 2010 1 Objectives ! Questions: ! How and why do new immigrant groups (re)construct collective id
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Course Information PHYS 3807 Professor: Mathematical Physics Winter 2005 Pat Kalyniak Room 3314, Herzberg 5204376 kalyniak@physics.carleton.ca Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 2:30 Tory 204 Lectures: Office Hours: Monday 1:30 2:30; Tuesday 9:00 10:00
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SYSC 5801T ADVANCED TOPICS IN COMPUTERCOMMUNICATIONS: WEB 2.0 (COLLECTIVE WEB) Winter 2009 Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Carleton University Professor Weiss 527 Architecture Annex (AA) weiss@sce.carleton.ca This course outline is a
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ELEC2501 Circuits and Signals. Early Summer 2007 May 15, 2007 Instructor: Prof. A. Steele Teaching assistants: H. Kabir & W. Woodhouse Textbook J. David Irwin, 'A Brief Introduction to Circuit Analysis', John Wiley, (2003). This is a selection of s
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity TA Term Paper marking 1. AZARYAHU M. and FOOTE K.E. 2008 'Historical space as narrative medium: on the configuration of spatial narrati
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place, and Identity Practicing Geography Profile Paper OVERVIEW A selection of journal articles is provided to highlight various case studies that convey c
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3. Heavy Quarkonia 1. Spectroscopy 2. em decays 3. decays S. Godfrey, Carleton University 1 2. The November Revolution: S. Godfrey, Carleton University 2 S. Godfrey, Carleton University 3 S. Godfrey, Carleton University 4 The Charmonium Spe
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v4 (This problem adapted from problem 6.15 in the text) A horizontal cylinder contains some liquid. The volume of the liquid can be calculated using: rh V r 2 cos 1 (r h) 2rh h 2 L r where r = radius of cylinder (m) L = length of cyl
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v1 The diagram illustrates a gas flowing through a nozzle. As the cross sectional area of the nozzle gets smaller and smaller, the gas flows faster and faster until, at the choke point, it is flowing at Mach 1 (M = 1). If the Mach nu
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v3 (This problem adapted from problem 5.20 in the text) The upward velocity v of a rocket is is given by: m0 v u ln m qt gt 0 where v = upward velocity of rocket (m/s) u = relative velocity at which fuel is expelled (m/s) q = fuel
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Course: American
Fabian 1 Rebecca Fabian 5/12/13 From Fiction to the Playing Field From the Imagination of J.K. Rowling to the bestselling books, The Harry Potter series, the game Quidditch has become a very well know sport. The game has become a sensation in many Americ
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Examples Example 10.3.4, Text Convert the analog filter with a transfer function s + 0.1 H ( s ) = ( s + 0.1 ) 2 + 16 into a gigital IIR filter by means of the bilinear transformation. The digital filter is to have a reso nant frequency of r = 2 Solutio
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY FINAL EXAMINATION December 2008 DURATION: 3 HOURS Department Name and Course Number: Mathematics and Statistics, MATH 1005F Course Instructor: Dr. A. Alaca PART I: Multiple Choice Questions. No partial marks. Circle the correct answer.
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Question 1 > f = @(x) x^25*x+6; > bisect (f, 2.5, 4, 0.001, 1) step xl xh 1 2.500000 4.000000 2 2.500000 3.250000 3 2.875000 3.250000 xr 3.250000 2.875000 3.062500 yr 0.312500 0.109375 0.066406 Emax 0.750000 0.375000 0.187500 3 marks for hand executio
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Lab Test #2 Marking Scheme Note: From the point of view of the marking and submission systems, this test is out of 20 rather than 10. This has been done to make it possible to award half marks. Mark according to this scheme and then multiply the result by
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Root Finding: xR xU EMAX f ( xU )( xU xL ) f ( xU ) f ( xL ) N log 2 xi 1 xi f ( xi )( xi 1 xi ) f ( xi 1 ) f ( xi ) xi 1 xi f ( xi ) f ( xi ) x 0 2N log(x 0 / EMAX ) x 0 log 2 EMAX Golden Section: X 2 XU d , X 1 X L d , d ( 1)( X U X L ) EMAX x 0 ( 1)
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v6 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v5 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v4 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v3 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v2 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #2 v1 Instructions: Submit two "script" files, one for each of the two questions. Call these files Q1.m and Q2.m. All values output by your scripts must be appropriately identified (e.g. "The value of . is ."). Just omitting the semico
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v6 A belt runs around two pulleys as shown . The length L of the belt can be calculated using the equations given. C radius R2 radius R1 R1 R2 A sin1 C L 2C cos A R1( 2 A) R2( 2 A) where A = an angle (in radians) R1 = radius of larg
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v5 (This problem adapted from problem 6.18 in the text) The impedance of a circuit containing a capacitor, an inductor, and a resister can be calculated using: 1 1 Z 1/ C 2 L R 2 where R = resistance () C = capacitance (F) L = induc
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ECOR 2606 Lab Test #1 v2 (This problem adapted from problem 5.17 in the text) An electrical charge Q is uniformly distributed around a ring shaped conductor with radius a. A charge q is located at a distance x from the centre of the ring. The force F exer
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #1 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #4 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #3 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #2 NAME: _ STUDENT #: _ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and wil
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm 2 March 17, 2009 Duration: 60 minutes. _ Answer five of the following questions Question 1 Determine the s
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405 Digital Signal Processing Winter Semester 2010 Midterm # 1 February 4, 2010, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question 1 A simplified block diagram of a DSP system is
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Backpack Geographies: Items in the Backpack of Erica on January 26th 2010 Item Backpack Description of Item Item usage Brand Name of Item Mountain Equipment Coop Company Headquarters British Columbia, Canada "Made in" Vietnam small, silver, made of nylon
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405 Digital Signal Processing Winter Semester 2010 Midterm # 1 February 4, 2010, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question 1 A simplified block diagram of a DSP system is
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Introduction to Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2009 Midterm # 1 February 12, 2009, 45 minutes. _ Answer the following questions Question #1 A continuous time signal x
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ELEC2607 and B A Feb 2,2010 2 Name (d^ti0.^ /a' Op.n b@k $on. rour quettiont in totol, pt.or. attenpt dtt .J rhen. F Q7:Given = ABC + ACD+ BC (a) Ie49! function Fto obtain simplest X (product the ofsumt withfo!r tetrers. flof (b)obtain simplest the Fo(pre
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WINTER TERM FINAL EXAMINATION April 2009 DURATION: 3 HOURS No. Of Students: 47 Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405 Department Name & Course Number: Course Instructor (s): Prof. Mohamed ElTanany AUTHORIZED MEMORANDA 1) One sheet of notes, 8.5 x 11"
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ELEC2607 and B A teb 22,2O7O 3"\+i* opq bool don. Four questionsin totdl, pleoseattnpt dI ol then, t<a\ Ql GivenF = ACD+ BD + ABD \Z (a)Ie!g! functionF to obtainthe simplest of t (product sumt with four letteu. of fl (b)obtainthesimplest Fexpression, sho
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ELEC2607 A and B Name SLljLlM r,o"n,o Q) *o"'o'o Op@ b.k wn. Four qu.srions tn totd, plede aE npt dI ol then, _ A F=ABC+ACD+BC C) QL:Gi\len (a)&d9r funcrion obtain simplesr t cfw_produd sumswith tetters. Fto the of flof four the F with ontyon singte tene
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Short (nondetailed) solutions to the Sample Final Exam. 1. Let I1 and I2 be the events "the flaw is detected by the 1st inspector" and "the flaw is detected by the 2nd inspector", respectively, and let F be the event "the item has a flaw". We have a
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1 Chemistry 1000 A, V 1. Midterm Test #2 November 16, 2007 Write the oxidation numbers of each atom in the following species: Species BrO2 Atom Br O P Cl Na Na Ca H S H Oxidation Number +3 2 +5 1 0 0 +2 1 4 +1 PCl5 Na(g) Na(s) CaH2 SH4 2. Re
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Question 1. Items are inspected for aws by two quality inspectors. If a aw is present, it will be detected by the rst inspector with probability .9, and by the second inspector with probability .7. Assume the inspectors function independently. a. If
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LING 310 Midterm: More Morphophonology due Tuesday, November 6th Fall 2007 Lamba is a Bantoid language of the NigerCongo family, spoken in Zambia. Lamba verbs have > > > a variety of forms, including past (e.g., tSeta `spied'), passive (tSetwa `i
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COMP3804 Midterm  2h50m Winter 2006 Answer all questions in the exam booklet. In your answers you may use any algorithm discussed in class or on the assignments as a blackbox. This exam contains 3 pages. 1 [3 marks] Recurrences Solve the followi
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1 CHEM 1000 A and V Fourth Test March 13, 2009 Part A. Answer all questions (5 marks each) 1. Which of vitamin A or vitamin B6 would be more soluble in water? Why? Vitamin B6 is more soluble in water because of the large number of OH groups in it
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STAT 3502 MIDTERM TEST February 2009 Instructions: This is a closedbook test. Nonprogrammable calculators are allowed. Show all appropriate steps of your work; otherwise only partial marks may be awarded. The total of marks is 50. Marks for indi
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STAT 3502 Sample Midterm Test INSTRUCTIONS: Show all appropriate steps in your work; otherwise only partial marks may be awarded. The total of marks is 100. Marks for individual questions are given in [ ]. In writing your answers, justify your claims
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STAT 3502 Winter 2009 Formula Sheet for Midterm Test If X is a discrete random variable with pmf p(x) then = E(X) = x xp(x) (x )2 p(x) x 2 = Var(X) = If X is a continuous random variable with pdf f then = E(X) = xf (x)dx 2 = Var(X) =
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Carleton University, Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405: Final Exam, December 10, 2007 Exam Number: 1 Instructions:  This exam has 2 pages and 15 questions. Answer all questions.  You have 180 minutes to complete this exam.  This is a clos
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Page 1 BIT 1100 Midterm Solutions October 2008 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. [8 marks] Circle the correct answer. No explanation required. 1 [1]. The equation of the horizontal line through the point (1,  5) is (b) y =  5. (c) x = 5. (d) y =
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Carleton University, Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405: Midterm Exam, October 23, 2007 Exam Number: 1 Background: Showers can be a waste of energy, because water that is heated in the hot water tank might never be used. One way to solve this
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 1 Date Due: January 29th, 2009, before 1:00 p.m. _ Question 1 Determine if the following sequences are periodic, and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Solutions of Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signa
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 2 Date Due: February 12th, 2010, before 4:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Consider the discretetime system which is described by
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 3 Date Due: March 5, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 Determine the ztransform of the following signals and sketch
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Solutions to AP PHYSICS SUMMER PROBLEM SET MEASUREMENT 1.) The only SI standard represented by an artifact is the (a) meter, (b) kilogram, (c) second, or (d) electric charge. Answer: (b) 2.) Which of the following is not an SI base unit? (a) length, (b) m
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Course: Nano Mechanics
Assignment 1 (MecE 682. NanoMechanicsDr.CQ Ru) Problems 13 The van der Waals attractive potential between any atom of body 1 and any atom of body 2 is given by C U (r ) 6 r where C is a constant and r is the distance between the two atoms. 1. Consider t
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Carleton University Dept of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal Processing Winter 2010 _ Assignment 5 Due: Apr 7th, 2010 (by 4 p.m.) Question 1 It is desired to design a bandpass filter, with a lower cutoff frequency of 500 Hz and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 4 New Date : March 26, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 use matlab to answer this question Consider a system that i
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Assignment # 1 Date Due: January 29th, 2009, before 1:00 p.m. _ Question 1 Determine if the following sequences are periodic, and
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MATH 1005A Test 4 Solutions March 23, 2010 [Marks] Questions 1 and 2 are multiple choice. Circle the correct answer. Only the answer will be marked. 1. Which of the following series converge(s)? (i) (a) All (b) (i) and (ii) (c) (i) and (iii) 1 X 3 2n n=0
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MATH 1005A Test 3 Solutions March 9, 2010 [Marks] [3] Questions 15 are multiple choice. Circle the correct answer. Only the answer will be marked. 1. The sequence frn g1 converges for n=0 (a) jrj < 1 Solution: (e) [3] 2. lim [ln(n)]2 = n!1 n (b) 1 (c) 1
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MATH 1005A Test 2 Solutions February 23, 2010 [Marks] [3] Questions 15 are multiple choice. Circle the correct answer. Only the answer will be marked. 1. Two independent solutions of 2y 00 + 5y 0 3y = 0 are given by p p 5+ 37 5 37 x (a) y1 = ex=2 ; y2 =
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MATH 1005A Test 1 Solutions February 2, 2010 [Marks] [5] 1. Solve the initialvalue problem 2y 0 = cos(x) ; y(0) = 2. y Solution: p 2yy 0 = cos(x) ) y 2 = sin(x) + c ) y = sin(x) + c: p p y(0) = 2 ) 2 = c ) c = 4 ) y = sin(x) + 4. x2 + y 2 ; y(1) = 2. xy
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Carleton University Dept of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal Processing Winter 2010 _ Assignment 5 Due: Apr 7th, 2010 (by 4 p.m.) Question 1 It is desired to design a bandpass filter, with a lower cutoff frequency of 500 Hz and
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC4405: Digital Signal processing Winter Semester 2010 Solutions of Assignment # 4 Date Due: March 23, 2010, before 1:00 p.m. _ Problem 1 use matlab to answer this question Consider a s
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MATH 0005 A LEC Instructor: Dube, Samuel Gerard Andre A1 TUT TR 18:05:00  18:55:00 TA: MAHMUD, ALTAF MATH 0007 A LEC Instructor: Dube, Samuel Gerard Andre A1 TUT TR 18:05:00  18:55:00 TA: NSOESIE, SYDNEY MATH
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BIT 1001 A LEC Instructor: Devdariani, Elena A1 TUT F 12:05:00  12:55:00 TA: Poulin, Denis MATH 0005 B LEC Instructor: Ganadry, Irini B1 TUT T 08:35:00  09:25:00 TA: Oridate, Adedamola MATH 0007 E LEC Instruc
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BIT 1001 A LEC Instructor: Devdariani, Elena A1 TUT F 12:05:00  12:55:00 TA: Poulin, Denis MATH 0005 B LEC Instructor: Ganadry, Irini B1 TUT T 08:35:00  09:25:00 TA: Oridate, Adedamola MATH 0007 E LEC Instruc
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Carleton University Department of Electronics ELEC4600 M.R. Edwards Assignment 2 Feb 16 2006 Data: 1 NM = 1.151 mi. = 1.852 km 1 NM = 1 minute of arc (approx) Earths rate of rotation: 15.05107 deg/hour g = 32.2 ft/sec = 981 cm/sec a = 3443.9 NM = 63
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Homework 1 MATH4805/COMP4805/MATH5605 Theory of Automata Fall 2008 Due on October 23rd (1) Let A = {0, 1}. Determine a regular expression for each of the following languages: (i) {w A w has at least two 0's} (ii) {w A w has at exactly two 0's} (
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Carleton University Department of Electronics ELEC4600 Navigation M.R. Edwards Assignment 2 2008 Data: 1 NM = 1.151 mi. = 1.852 km 1 NM = 1 minute of arc (approx) Earths rate of rotation: 15.05107 deg/hour g = 32.2 ft/sec = 981 cm/sec a = 3443.9 NM
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Carleton University Department of Electronics ELEC4600 Radar and Navigation Engineering M.R. Edwards Assignment 1 2006 Data: 1 NM = 1.151 mi. = 1.852 km 1 NM = 1 minute of arc (approx) Earths rate of rotation: 15.05107 deg/hour g = 32.2 ft/sec = 981
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ELEC 9600 Assignment 2 Solutions 1. The relative position vector in ECEF coordinates is 1884 687 2.5 The coordinate transform matrix is: 0.961 0.276 0 0.191 0.668 0.719 0.198 0.691 0.695 The resulting vector in local coordinates is 2000 96 103
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Carleton University Department of Electronics Engineering ELEC 4600 Assignment 3 March 2 2006 Surveillance Radars 1. A radar having a bandwidth of 1 MHz, and using no pulse integration, requires an average time between false alarms of 10 hours. a) b)
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ProblemSet1 STAT3503 1.21 Airfreight breakage. A substance used in biological and medical research is shipped by airfreight to users in cartons of 1,000 ampules. The data below, involving 10 shipments, were collected on the number of times the cart
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LING 100 Homework #2: Beginning Phonology due Monday, September 22nd Fall 2008 All problems are from OGrady et al. Contemporary Linguistics: An Introduction, 5th edition. Page numbers from the 4th edition are given in square brackets as [4e: p.xx]
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Course: Networking
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Course: Physics
Lab 2, Physics 101 Free Fall Down a Ramp Purpose: Get experimental data from rolling cars down a ramp that allows you to use kinematics and trig to calculate an experimental acceleration due to gravity (g). A. Procedures: 1. Get a PasCar with bar masses,
School: ECCD
Course: Physics
Lab 3: Atwoods Machine Physics 101 Purpose: To understand an application of Newtons laws of motion to objects in free fall, (particularly Newtons 1st and 2nd). Also, calculate an experimental value of the acceleration due to gravity at William Carey Unive
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Course: Earth Science
Name: Chris Regan Lab 11: Severe Storms Objective: This lab is designed to introduce students to the characteristics of general thunderstorms, severe storms, and tornadoes including lightning, hail, strong winds, and tornadoes. A specific case study of th
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Anju Mathew BI 117 EXTERNAL ANATOMY/SKELETON LAB: 2. Fetal pig dissection: Tie one front legs of the animal with a string that passes underneath the dissecting pan to the other leg. Then repeat this with the back legs. Insert one blade of scissors through
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ECOR 2606  Lab 10 Question 1: File SCO2 .txt contains tabulated NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) data for supercritical carbon dioxide. Column one is the temperature (in K), column two is the pressure (in bar), column three is enthal
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ECOR 2606 Laboratory 9 Note: The first two questions are a bit of a throwback to past material but fill in a gap in what you've been asked to do in the assignments and in the lab. 1/. Use Gaussian eliminating (with pivoting) to solve the following series
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ECOR 2606  Lab #6 Part 1: Examine and execute the supplied script file (part0.m). The first part of this script is shown below: maxN = 5; fullA = rand(maxN, maxN) fullB = rand(maxN ,1) A = fullA (1 : 2, 1: 2) b = fullB (1 : 2) tic; x = A\b; t = toc; fpri
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ECOR 2606  Lab #5 Part 1: Analysis of an engineering problem has produced the following equations: 2a 14b 5c 52 5a 6b 2c 2 a 5b 3c 17 What are a, b, and c? Obtain the solution twice, once using the inverse of A and once using left division. Place all of
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ECOR 2606 Lab 2 Two discs overlap each other as shown is the diagram below: If R1, R2, and D are known X can be calculated using: X ( D 2 R12 R 2 2 ) / 2 D The area of a segment of a circle can be calculated using the following formula: A R 2 x x R 2 x 2
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ECOR 2606 Lab 1 Part 1 An experiment involves the growth of ecoli in a perti dish. It has been determined that the growth rate of the bacteria is governed by the following equation: B (t ) where 250 1 56.75e 0.17 t B(t) is the number of bacteria (in '000
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ECOR 2606 Lab Schedule Week Jan 1215 Jan 1822 Jan 2529 Feb 15 Feb 812 Feb 2226 Mar 15 Mar 812 Mar 1519 Mar 2226 Mar 29Apr 2* Lab Length 1 hour 1 hour 1.5 hours 1 hour 1.5 hours 1 hour 1.5 hours 1 hour 1.5 hours 1 hour 1.5 hours Note Assignment A1 A2 A3
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405 FIR Filter Types and design methods not covered in lectures Important/ Read first The folder for lab5 contains a Matlab subfolder. to get you started faster on this lab. The foll
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405 Lab #4: DTMF Decoding Part II: SIMULINK and c6713 DSK Implementations Important/ Read first The folder for lab4 contains a simulink subfolder. To get you started faster on this l
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405 Lab #3: DTMF Decoding Part I: Bandpass Filter Design 1 Introduction This lab introduces a practical application where sinusoidal signals are used to transmit information: a touch
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405/ Winter 2010 Lab #2: Simulink/TMS320C6713 DSK Tutorial for Filter Design1 Prelab: You should familiarize yourself with this lab manual before your lab session. It would be instr
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405 Lab #1: Introduction to MATLAB and SIMULINK for DSP The lab is held in room AA507a of the Architecture Annex using MATLAB and SIMULINK. For Lab #1 no lab report is required, but
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Third Tug of War Lab Master Controller Lab Date _ Left Partner _ Lab Day _ Right Partner _ Prelab TA: Date Based on the statediagram below, write pseudocode for the master controller. Write pseudocode for the master controller testbench. D
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STAT3503 Lab 4 Due Nov. 3 (This is Problem 6.9 and related questions from the text.) A large national grocery retailer tracks productivity and costs of its facilities closely. Data were obtained from a single distribution center for a oneyear period
School: ECCD
Course: Nano Mechanics
MecE 682 A1 (Sept.Dec. 2011) Nanomechanics Lecture: MWF 11:0011:50. Place: MecE Bldg. MEC 416. Office Hours: Fridays, 13:0015:00. Instructor : Dr. CQ Ru (58D, MecE Bldg. Tel.4924477. Email: cru@ualberta.ca). Objectives of the Course : This course is
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Course: Mm
Financial Accounting China Summer 2010 Professor: Class Time: Office Location: Contact Information: Course Website: Course Text: Solomon N. Darwin, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley Financial Accounting: None (Handouts will be distributed in class) Cou
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Carleton University Department of Systems and Computer Engineering SYSC 4405B: Digital Signal Processing Winter 2010 Course Outline Instructor: Prof. Mohamed ElTanany Room AA523, Telephone:(613)5205739, Email:tanany@sce.carleton.ca Office Hours: TBA Co
We do not have enough information from this school to determine the average SAT range.
The average ACT score for students admitted to ECCD for the 20132014 academic year was 32.
At ECCD, 86% of students submitted an SAT score, but ECCD accepts both the SAT and ACT.
Secondary School Record  Secondary School GPA  Secondary School Rank  Letters of Recommendation  Admission Test Score  AP Credits 

Required  Not Recommended  Recommended  Required  Required  No 
The tuition cost for students attending ECCD is $44,660.
Financial aid options are available to students at ECCD. In 2013, 65 percent of firsttime students attending ECCD received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  356  65%     
Grant Aid  290  53%  $11,535,130  $39,776 
Student Loans  169  31%  $775,263  $4,587 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  1,258  61%  $46,555,570  $37,008 
Student Loans  483  23%  $2,393,360  $4,955 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $6,186  $5,746  $14,885  $19,735  $38,679 
20102011  $5,402  $6,794  $15,176  $19,067  $37,023 
20092010  $1,772  $3,957  $6,925  $15,002  $28,444 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

Master's Degree  No  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 

: 
0.819 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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