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05.04 Trade AnalysisTemplate
1.
Use the chart in the lesson to identify one developing country and one developed country
to compare to the United States. Use the tables below to record data for each country. Then
respond to the analysis questions.
Table 1
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Spring 2015
End of term Exam (a)
1. What is an arbitrage opportunity? (1point)
a) An opportunity to make a profit without taking any risk
b) An investment opportunity that requires zero investment today with no losses in the future under any contingency, with
profit
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Fall 2015
Macroeconomics Practice Test 1
Fall 2015
1. The law of demand states that
A) consumers have unlimited demands for a good.
B) a higher price will lead to increased sales.
C) the price can never be too high for some consumers.
D) quantity demanded will vary
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Winter 2014
Lecture 1:
1. In the GL free energy, why isn't a cubic term in the order parameter
included? Why are higher order terms neglected?
2. Starting from Equation 6 in the text, work out the details and obtain
equations 7 and 8. Further simplify these to obtai
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Winter 2014
FAQs & their solutions for Module 8:
Angular MomentumII
Question1: The spin angular momentum operator for electron is given by
sx
1
1
1
x , s y y , s z z
2
2
2
(1)
Where x , y and z are Pauli spin matrices and are given by
0 1
0 i
1 0
,z
0 1
0
x ,
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Module 2: Simple Solutions of the onedimensional Schrodinger Equation
2.1 For a free particle, the most general solution of the 1dimensional Schrodinger equation is
given by
x.0
1
1
2
0
4
1
2
0
2
4
p
exp
1
2
0
2
2 p
exp
(b) a p
(d) a p
exp
1
4
p
exp
1
2
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Multiple Choice Questions in Basic Quantum Mechanics
1
Module 10: Time Independent Perturbation Theory
10.1 Consider a 4fold degenerate state with orthonormal eigenfunctions u1 , u2 , u3 and u4 . There is
g ; g 0 and all the other matrix elements are
a p
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Module 7: BraKet Algebra and Linear Harmonic Oscillator II
7.1
n are the normalized eigenkets of the Hamiltonian corresponding to the linear harmonic
oscillator problem. Thus H n
En n
n
1
2
n ; n
0,1, 2. The matrix element
n 1 x n is equal to
(a)
(b)
12
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Module 10: FAQs along with their solutions
1
Question 1: Consider a 2fold degenerate state with (normalized) eigen functions u1 and
u2 .Consider a perturbation H with
H11 =< 1H 1 >= 0, H22 =< 2H 2 >= 0 and
H12 = H21 =
Obtain the splitting and corres
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Module 6: Hydrogen Atom and Other Two Body Problem
6.1 For a spherically symmetric potential, the radial part of the Schrodinger equation is given
by:
d 2 R 2 dR r
dr 2 r dr
(c)
F r
R r
0 . The function F r is given by
l l 1 2
2 r2
(a)
(b)
2
E V r
2
l l 1
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Module 8: Angular Momentum  II
8.1
L Lx iLy e i
i cot ; Y1,1 C LY1,0 . The constant C is given
by
(a) C
1
2
1
(b) C
2
1
(c) C
6
1
(d) C
6
[Answer (a)]
8.2
L Lx iLy e i
i cot ; Y3,2 C LY3,1 . The constant C is given
by
1
10
1
(b
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Winter 2014
FAQs & their solutions for Module 2:
Simple Solutions of the onedimensional Schrodinger Equation
Question1: Determine the energy levels and the corresponding Eigen functions of
a particle of mass in a one dimensional infinitely deep potential well
charac
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FAQs & their solutions for Module 1:
Introduction & Basic Mathematical Preliminaries
Question1: An electron of energy 200 eV is passed through a circular hole of radius
10  4 cm. What is the uncertainty introduced in the angle of emergence?
Solution1:
p
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Winter 2014
FAQs & their solutions for Module 3:
Linear Harmonic Oscillator
Question1:
function
At t 0 , a
linear harmonic oscillator is described by the wave
1
( x,0)
3
0 ( x)
i
2
3
(1)
2 ( x)
where n ( x) are the normalized eigenfunctions of the Schrodinger equatio
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Winter 2014
Module 5: Angular Momentum  I
5.1
Y2,0
N P2
where P2
1
3
2
2
1 and
cos
constant N will be given by
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
5
2
5
2
5
4
5
4
[Answer (c)]
5.2
Y2,
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
k 2
k 2i
k
2
k
2i
2
[Answer (d)]
15
sin 2
16
1 k
e
2
. The value of k will be
. The no
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Module 3: Linear Harmonic OscillatorI
3.1
Let
n
x represents the normalized eigenfunctions corresponding to the linear harmonic
oscillator problem n 0,1, 2,3. .
0
x
N exp
1
2
2
;
x and
. Determine
the normalization constant N .
(a) N
(b) N
(c) N
2
2
(d)
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Module 4: Simple Applications of Schrodinger Equation
4.1
For a potential energy variation of the form
V x, y,z
0 for 0 x L, 0 y L, 0 z L
everywhere else
2
2
the energy eigenvalues are given by E K nx n y nz2 ; nx ,n y ,nz 1, 2,3,. .
2
2 L2
2 2
(b) K
8 L2
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Winter 2014
Lecture 1:
There are no practice problems for this lecture.
Lecture 2:
There are no practice problems for this lecture.
Lecture 3:
1. Following the procedure given in the lectures, derive the two GL equations
by minimising the free energy in the presence
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Winter 2014
Problems
Module Name: Tunneling and the energy gap
Module No: VII
1. Discuss schematically the four tunneling processes (i) a simple quasiparticle tunneling, (ii) Cooper pair breaking with tunneling, (iii) energy violating Cooper pair formation and (iv) C
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Problems
Module Name: Microscopic Theory of Superconductivity
Module No: VI
1. Work out the Cooper pair instability for the triplet pairing of two electrons.
2. In the Cooper pair problem there is always a bound state for nite kF .
Show that in three dime
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Module 9: The JWKB Approximation & Applications
Fig. 9.1
9.1
Consider a typical k 2 x
variation as shown in Fig. 9.1. We consider an exponentially
decaying solution in the region x
b:
x
x
1
exp
x
The solution in the region a
(a)
x
2
b
sin
k x
(b)
x
2
k x
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Winter 2014
FAQs & their solutions for Module 4:
Particle in a threedimensional box
Question1: For a free particle inside a cube, the potential energy variation of the form
V ( x, y , z )
for 0
x
L ; 0 y L; 0
everywhere else
z
L
(1)
Solve the Schrdinger equation and
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Winter 2014
FAQs & their solutions for Module 5:
Angular MomentumI
Question1: The operator representation of Lz is given by:
Lz i
(1)
(a) Solve the eigen value equation for Lz ; determine the eigen values and normalized eigen
functions.
(b)
Write the orthonormailty
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Winter 2014
Multiple Choice Questions in Basic Quantum Mechanics
Module 1: Introduction & Basic Mathematical Preliminaries
2
1.1
(a)
2
(b)
2
(c)
(d)
2
2
1
r
1
r
1
r
1
r
1
r
0
4
r
4
r
r
[Answer (b)]
1.2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Consider a function given by
d2 f
dx 2
d2 f
dx 2
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FAQs & their solutions for Module 7:
BraKet Algebra and LHOII
Question1: If A = P , show that P = A where is the adjoint of the operator .
Solution1:
A B = B A = B P
= PB
Since the above equation is valid for arbitrary B we have
P = A = conjugate of A
(
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Module 9
1
Problems
The JWKB Approximation
1
2 2
2 x .
Question 1: Assume V (x) =
Calculate the values of the turning points and show that the
energy eigenvalues as obtained by using the JWKB quantization condition is given by E = En =
(n + 1 ) , n = 0, 1
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FAQs&theirsolutionsforModule6:
Hydrogenlikeatomsandothercentralpotentials
Question1:Inspectroscopytheenergylevelsareusuallywritteninwavenumberunitswhich
areobtainedbydividing En byhc:
Tn =
En
Z2
=
R
hc
n2
(1)
Usingtheexpressionfor En ,showthattheRydbergco
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