COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
SPORT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Theory and Practice of Team Sport 1
Spring 2013
CourseInformation
CourseTitle:TheoryandPracticeofTeamSport1
CourseNumber:SPSC201
CreditHours:3CH
CourseStatus:SportScienceProgram,compulsorycourse.
Time:
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Digital Systems Design (ELEC261)
Practice Problems: Sequential Circuits and
Testbenches
For all questions show all your working in detail
1.
Write the VHDL code to describe the clock divider shown in Figure 1(a) using
1.
Answer the following questions by selecting the correct answer from among the choices
provided:
(i)
The value of A after execution of the statement: A <= B rol 3; where B
is equal 11100000 would be:
a)
b)
c)
d)
00000000
11111100
00111111
00000111
Answe
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Midterm exam 2  Solution
1.
The correct answers:
(i) Answer (d)
(ii) Answer (c)
(iii) Answer (b)
(iv) Answer (a)
(v) Answer (b)
(1 mark/answer)
2.
(a)
The timing diagram for the D flipflop:
CLK
D
C
Q
(2 marks)
(b)
Th
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Digital Systems Design (ELEC261)
Practice Problems: Number Systems and
Boolean Algebra
For all questions show all your working in detail
1.
2.
(a)
How many bits are needed to represent decimal value ranging from 0 to
1
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Quiz 3  Solution
1.
(a)
The assignment operator used should be <= instead of = as O is
an output port.
(2 marks)
(b)
The design style used is a dataflow design style as one concurrent
signal assignment (i.e. Condition
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Quiz 4  Solution
1.
(a)
Using 4 bits, numbers that can be represented are in this range:
21 +21 1 where n=4.
So the minimum negative number is: 23 = 8.
(1 mark)
(d)
Using 4 bits, a number X can be in this range: 8 +7
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Quiz 2
Duration: 30 minutes
ELEC261 Digital Systems Design (Fall 2015)
INSTRUCTIONS:
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Quiz 3
Duration: 30 minutes
ELEC261 Digital Systems Design (Fall 2015)
INSTRUCTIONS:
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Quiz 4
Duration: 30 minutes
ELEC261 Digital Systems Design (Fall 2015)
INSTRUCTIONS:
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You are required to answer all questions
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Quiz 1
Duration: 30 minutes
ELEC261 Digital Systems Design (Fall 2015)
INSTRUCTIONS:
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You are required to answer all questions
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Team Sport I, lab section II:
TEAM HANDBALL
Origin
History
Basic technical skills
Rules
Team Sport
Team Sport
Origin
Holger Nielsen, from Denmark, drew up
the rules for modern handball
(hndbold) in 1898 and published them
in 1906.
After 1919 these rules w
Team Sport I, lab section II:
TEAM HANDBALL
The coach
Coaching
Tactics
What are the characteristics of a
good coach?
"Coaches are crucial for sport at all
levels  on the school pitch, in the
local club or for a major international
team. They are the peop
Team Sport I, lab section II:
TEAM HANDBALL
Offense
Defense
Goalkeeper
Introduction
Technique is the basis of any team sport. The technique is
a skill which is necessary to perform a game.
I consider you to be capable of playing handball if you can:
1)
Ru
IntroductiontoProbability
andStatistics
FourteenthEdition
Chapter10
Inferencefrom
SmallSamples
TheSamplingDistribution
oftheSampleMean
Whenwetakeasamplefromanormal
x
population,thesamplemeanhasa
normaldistributionforanysamplesize
n,and
z=
x
x
/ n
s/ n
INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS
FOURTEENTH EDITION
Chapter 5
Several Useful Discrete
Distributions
INTRODUCTION
Discrete random variables take on only a
finite or countably infinite number of
values.
Three discrete probability distributions
s
INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS
FOURTEENTH EDITION
Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
INTRODUCTION
Parameters
are numerical descriptive
measures for populations.
For the normal distribution, the location and
shape are described by m and s.
Oft
Team Sport I, lab section II:
TEAM HANDBALL
Rules
Tactics Offense
Tactics Defense
Basic Rules
9meters
Goal
2x3meters
7meters
6meters
20 meters
40 meters
Rules
2x30min
1x10min halftime
3x1min Timeout for the game
Goalkeeper
line
Rules
Handball Size III
