Discussion Boards (please provide enough VALUABLE information)
1. Top commissioned salespeople can earn substantial compensation. In some situations,
the top salespeople can earn more in some months than the sales manager who
manages them. Do you think th
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the quest
1) The production possibilities frontier is
A) upward sloping and reflects tradeoffs in choices.
B) upward sloping and reflects unlimited choices
QUESTION 1
1. Find the limit if it exists.
(x
+ 3)2(x - 3)3
25
-3125
1
-125
2 points
QUESTION 2
1.
Find the domain of the function.
f(x)
= x2 + 8
cfw_x|x -8
cfw_x|x
-8
all real
numbers
cfw_x|x
> -8
2 points
QUESTION 3
1.
Find the absolute extrema if they
(*)
(*) We did not cover this property of symmetric matrices, so you dont need to know it. (Its not necessary
for this problem.)
Question 10. (6 points total)
Find a symmetric 2 x 2 matrix, A, with the following properties:
v 3
(i) x = is an eigenvector f
Fourier Series
Recap
Recall that P C [, ] denotes the linear space of piecewise continuous functions on [, ]. As weve seen
in Bretscher 5.5, if we endow P C [, ] with the inner product
f, g =
1
f (x)g (x) dx,
1
then the functions , sin x, cos x, sin 2x, c
Inner Product Spaces
1. Consider P1 , the linear space of all polynomials with degree 1. Suppose we give P1 the inner product
f , g = f (0)g (0) + f (10)g (10).
(a) Find 1, t .
Solution. If f (t) = 1 and g (t) = t, then
1, t = f (0)g (0) + f (10)g (10)
=
Trigonometric Polynomials and Fourier Analysis
1. Find the norm 1 .
Solution. We know that 1 is dened to be the square root of 1, 1 , so lets compute that inner
product:
1
1, 1 =
1 dt = 2.
So, 1 = 2 .
Some useful trigonometric identities. (See #6 to see
The Heat Equation and the Wave Equation
The Heat Equation
Imagine that we have a metal bar of length (1) which is thermally insulated (meaning that it doesnt lose
heat to its surroundings, except at the ends). Suppose that, at time 0, the bar is heated so
Problem Set 30 - Trigonometric Polynomials and Fourier Analysis
1. When doing Fourier analysis, we work with the space P C [, ] of piecewise continuous functions on
1
f (x)g (x) dx.
[, ] and the inner product f , g =
(a) Recall that a function f (x) is
Problem Set 31 - Fourier Series
1. (Practice)
(a) Bretscher #5.5.26
(b) Bretscher #5.5.28
x2 sin kx 2x cos kx 2 sin kx
+C.
+
k
k2
k3
This integral can be evaluted by using integration by parts twice.)
x2 cos kx dx =
2. (a) Find the Fourier series of f (x)
2a.
Please note that there is a typo in the above solutions. As calculated in the first
line, a0 = pi/sqrt(2), not 0, as it says later in the thirdtolast line.
Fourier Series
1. If V is a linear space with an inner product
c1 f1 + + cn fn in terms of c1 , . . . , cn .
,
and f1 , . . . , fn are orthonormal elements of V , express
Solution. We compute the norm c1 f1 + + cn fn using the inner product:
2
c1 f1 + + c
2.
(10 pts) . Two sound sources, S1 and S2, a distance d = 4m apart as shown in the picture
above. Both sources vibrate in phase and emit auditory waves of equal amplitude and
wavelength .
L = 40 m
a. A person at point O, 40 meters away hears a sound inte
WORKSHEET: MANDATORY READING
1. communication in organizations goes far beyond training managers to be effective
speakers and to have good interpersonal communication skills Give an example
2. communication at the micro, meso, and macro levels; formal and
MAT 171
Writing Activity 1 - Algebraic Properties
For this activity, you will be discussing/explaining algebraic properties common to the course. All of these
properties have been used in prior math courses. The goal of this writing assignment is not to u
Overview
In this assignment you will be given a topic to research and will need to provide an in-depth analysis of how it
applies to you. The topic is Self-Efficacy.
Learning Outcomes Assessed
The following course learning outcomes are assessed by complet
Running head: WAL-MART AND AMAZON CASE ANALYSIS
Wal-Mart and Amazon Case Analysis
Name
Professor
Course
Date
1
WAL-MART AND AMAZON CASE ANALYSIS
2
Wal-Mart and Amazon Case Analysis
According to Karloff & Karlof (2001), successful business requires an effi
Assignment 1:
Format:
Submission Name:
Perception and Promotional Messages
Microsoft Word document, Delete this instructions page but use pages 2-3
Assignment # Last Name, First Name (e.g., Assignment 9 Rixom, Jessica)
This assignment will provide you wit
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Applied Math
Mensuration of Solid
Chapter 15
Mensuration of Solid
15.1
Solid:
It is a body occupying a portion of three-dimensional space and
therefore bounded by a closed surface which may be curved (e.g., sphere),
curved and planer (e.g., cylinder)
QBA 775 Assignment #2
Due during final exam period
Name _
1. Wheelers Containers has agreed to terms with Mountain Dew to produce 100,000
twelve ounce aluminum cans for their soda during the next month. The cans are stamped
from aluminum sheets. A can con
Paper: Marketing Mix Analysis
Select an innovative product. Consider these questions: How does this product fill a market need? What is
innovative about it? How is the company marketing the product?
The paper must include the following sections. Each sect
Managerial Accounting : 2183
( I need these questions answered and solved ) I need this by the September 2
EX 18-5 Equivalent units of production
The Converting Department of Soft Touch Towel and Tissue Company had 790 units in work in process at
the begi
Q1. Plato believed that the human soul consisted of the following three
fundamental parts:
a. id, ego, and superego.
b. appetite, moral courage, and reason.
c. psyche, intellect, and judgment.
d. memory, intellect, and heart.
Q2. The Pre-Socratic thinkers
Physics 6B - Winter 2011
Homework 4 Solutions
Expansion and Compression of a Gas
Part A
In an adiabatic process, there is no heat transferred to or from the system i.e. dQ = 0. The
first law of thermodynamics then reduces to
dQ = dW + dU dU = dW
(1)
where
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION
DEFINITION OF COMMUNICATION
Communication is transfer of information from one person to another,whether or not it elicits
confidence. But the information transferred must be understandable to the receiver G.G.
Brown.
2. Commu
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
1. (a) Which of the following functions are solutions of the heat equation
boundary conditions f (t, 0) = f (t, ) = 0?
f
2f
= 2 satisfying the
t
x
i. f (t, x) = t sin x.
ii. f (t, x) = (cos t) sin x.
iii. f (
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
1. (a) Which of the following functions are solutions of the heat equation
boundary conditions f (t, 0) = f (t, ) = 0?
f
2f
= 2 satisfying the
t
x
i. f (t, x) = t sin x.
Solution. To check whether this is a s
Final Exam Practice 2
Name:
Instructions:
Please print your name in the box, and circle
your section.
You are allowed 3 hours (180 minutes) for this
exam. Pace yourself, and do not spend too much
time on any one problem.
No notes, books, calculators, c