REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE PROJECT
Part 1: Project Integration Management
Recently, several banks have started offering customers remote deposit capture. With
this new service, customers do not have to physically go to banks or ATM machines to
deposit checks

Department of Computing
Lab 4: Variables, Input, Maths, and if
Statement
CS-113: Introduction to Programming
Class: BEE-7
Fall 2015
Mr. Jaudat Mamoon
CS-113 Introduction to Programming
Learning Objectives
After completing this section you will be able to:

Practice Tasks
Task 1: Write a program to check whether
a triangle is valid or not, when the three
angles of the triangle are entered through
the keyboard. A triangle is valid if the sum
of all the three angles is equal to 180
degrees.
Task 2: Write a pro

Department of Computing
Lab 12: Random Numbers
CS-113: Introduction to Programming
Class: BEE-7
Fall 2015
Mr. Jaudat Mamoon
CS-113 Introduction to Programming
Lab 12: Random Numbers
Learning Objectives
After completing this section you will be able to:
1.

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resources flow chart
Matthew
Reilly
interview
with
Teenreads
Location
study sheets
Hover Car
Racer Follow
Along
Question
Sheets
Project
Work.
Nine
different
topics
Assessment
sheets
McKinnon, B. Flow Chart.
Question
sheet
How to
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Math 121 LA&ODEs
Lecture 24
Dr. Ammar Hasan
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
Higher order linear ODEs:
Some background
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
Dr. Ammar Hasan
SEECS, NUST
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Example
Class Presentation
Source: CityU EN2836
Globalization and Culture
Lectured by Dr. John Erni
Office: Y7705; Tel.: ext. 9827; Email: enerni@cityu.edu.hk
Instructions for Presentations
General instructions:
Time limit: 30-40 minutes MAXIMUM
50% of yo

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VECTOR SPACES AND SUBSPACES
What is a vector? Many are familiar with the concept of a vector as:
Something which has magnitude and direction.
an ordered pair or triple.
a description for quantities such as Force, velocity and acceleration.
Such vecto

Use of Linear Algebra in
Cryptography
Hong-Jian Lai
Department of Mathematics
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV
p. 1/?
Creating a Matrix
1 2
3
Problem: To create a matrix A = 4 5 6 .
7 8 10
p. 2/?
Creating a Matrix
1 2
3
Problem: To create a matri

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ABSTRACT:
Electromagnetism is an integral part of modern science and engineering. The most
important application of the electromagnetic phenomena is electromagnetic waves which form
the medium for our communication systems. Electromagnetic waves obey th

STUDENT SOLUTIONS MANUAL FOR
ELEMENTARY
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
AND
ELEMENTARY
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
WITH BOUNDARY VALUE
PROBLEMS
William F. Trench
Andrew G. Cowles Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Department of Mathematics
Trinity University
San Antonio,