Computer Programming Lab: Assignment 6
TUESDAY
Q1. Every book published by international publishers should carry an International Standard
Book Number (ISBN). It is a 10 character number, consisting of four parts as shown below:
0-07-041183-2
The first pa
Whatisa'Bull'andBearmarket?
A bull market is amarket financial situation which is characterized by the investors
confidence,optimismandpositiveexpectationsthatgoodresultswillcontinue.
The bull market is generally related with the stock market but it appli
Dawson College
Physics 203-NYB-05 Electricity & Magnetism
Sample Final Examination
This exam is divided into two parts:
Part I: Problems (10 marks each) Solve all six problems. Show all of your work, clearly and
in order, to receive full marks. If you use
Lesson 10: Electric Fields
Just like the force due to gravity, the force due to electric charges can act over great distances.
Keep in mind that most forces we deal with in everyday life are not like this.
We mostly deal with contact forces objects touc
ELECTRIC CURRENT
Starting with its similarity with a hydraulic supply circuit, we intend to sketch the
most important characteristics and laws related to an electric circuit.
We will assume from the start, that the student understands the concepts of
char
Chapter 18: Electric Current and
Circuits
Electric current
EMF
Current & Drift Velocity
Resistance & Resistivity
Kirchhoffs Rules
Series & Parallel Circuit Elements
Applications of Kichhoffs Rules
Power & Energy
Ammeters & Voltmeters
RC Circuits
1
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ELECTRIC FIELD LINES
A field is a local variable (x, y, z) which exists everywhere and generally changes from
place to place. Mathematically, it is a function of 3 coordinates (x, y, z), and for the timedependent fields also of the time, (x, y, z, t). Som
Electrostatic Fields:
Coulombs Law & the Electric Field Intensity
EE 141 Lecture Notes
Topic 1
Professor K. E. Oughstun
School of Engineering
College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
University of Vermont
2014
Motivation
Coulombs Law
Let q1 be a sta
Chapter 26 - Electric Field
A PowerPoint Presentation by
Paul E. Tippens, Professor of Physics
Southern Polytechnic State University
2007
Objectives: After finishing this
unit you should be able to:
Define the electric field and explain what
determines i
GURU SCREENS
Peter Lynch
A return of 28 times in
13 years. That defines
Peter Lynchs
achievement as the
portfolio manager of
the Fidelity Magellan
Fund between 1977
and 1990. In India, he
is known for his two
very popular books on
investing: One Up on
Wal
AUVSI ROBOSUB 19
1
University of Alberta
Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project
RoboSub Journal Paper 2016
Alvin Ly, Team Leader - Administrative, Michael Bujold, Team Leader - Technical,
Michael Bonot, Team Leader - Mechanical, Rumman Waqar, Co-Team Leader -
2
Underwater acoustic wave propagation
The rst aspect of underwater acoustics investigated here is related to the
propagation of acoustic waves in water: how can a signal travel from one point to
another? And what are the constraints and transformations i
B-3-3.6.1 VSS Type for Contaminated Environments
1. Features
A High dust-resistance
Specially profiled screw shaft grooves and high
performance seals prevent the entry of fine
contaminants. Reduces particle penetration rate
to less than 1/15 of existing s
Tutorial Date: April 11, 2014
Students Name:
Tutorial Assignment N 11
ESO 203A/210 (Introduction to Electrical Engineering)
Spring 2014
D EPARTMENT OF E LECTRICAL E NGINEERING , IIT K ANPUR .
1. The following gure shows the opencircuit characteristic (OCC
Computer Programming Lab
Assignment 4
TUESDAY
Q1. A test consisting of 5 questions is given to a batch of 3 students. Each question has one
correct answer out of the four multiple choices provided with it. For each student, compute the
number of correct a
Representation of Boolean Expressions
x
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f1 = x . y x. y
f2 = (0, 2,3) ?
f1 = m1 m2
x.y
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m0
m1
m2
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f1 = (1, 2)
f 2 = x . y x. y x . y
A minterm is a product that contains all the variab
Tho LNM Institute of Information Technology. Department of ECE
Dlaltnl Clrcults and Syslcms
Quiz l Date: 5/08/2016
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Name: 1
Convert the following number systems:
(10490561010 binary (b) B9F.AE| to 0011!]
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Number Representation
Numbers
Every number system is associated with a base or radix
A positional notation is commonly used to express numbers
(a5 a4 a3a2 a1a0 ) r a5 r 5 a4 r 4 a3r 3 a2 r 2 a1r 1 a0 r 0
The decimal system has a base of 10 and uses symbol
Combinational Circuit Design
Digital Circuits
Combinational Circuits
Sequential Circuits
X
CC
X
CC
W
Y
Output is determined by current values
of inputs only.
Storage
elements
Output is determined in general by
current values of inputs and past
values of i
Computer Programming Lab: Assignment 5
WEDNESDAY
Q1. Write a function to compute the distance between two points and use it to develop another
function that will compute the area of the triangle whose vertices are A(x1,y1), B(x2,y2) and
C(x3,y3). Use thes
Latches and Flip-flops
Digital Circuits
Combinational Circuits
Sequential Circuits
X
CC
Z
X
CC
W
Y
Output is determined by current values
of inputs only.
Storage
elements
Output is determined in general by
current values of inputs and past
values of input
CP Winters Project
Kshitiz Verma
November 7, 2015
Sorting Algorithms
Note: Before starting to code your project, read at least Wikipedia pages for all the sorting algorithms
given to you. Many more exist but I have chosen: Bubble sort, Insertion sort, Mer
Computer Programming Lab
Assignment 3
THURSDAY
Q1. WAP to find the grace marks for a student. The user should enter the grade obtained by the
student and number of subjects he has failed in. Use the following logic:
- If the student gets grade A and the n
The LNM Institute of Information Technology
Jaipur, Rajsthan
MATH-I Solutions Assignment #1
(Real Number System, Sequences)
Q1. Let x be a real
such that x2 is irrational. Show that x is also irrational.
number
Deduce that 2 + 3 is irrational.
2
Ans. Let
Computer Programming Lab
Assignment 4
TUESDAY
Q1. A test consisting of 5 questions is given to a batch of 3 students. Each question has one
correct answer out of the four multiple choices provided with it. For each student, compute the
number of correct a
Computer Programming Lab: Assignment 9
TUESDAY
Q1. Create a structure Person having information of his name, address and age. Store the
information of 10 persons. Write a menu driven program to perform the following operation on
structure:
a. List all per
The LNM Institute of Information Technology
Jaipur, Rajsthan
MATH-I Solutions Assignment #2
(Limits, Continuity, Intermediate Value Property)
Q1. Suppose that the inequalities 1
x sin x
.
zero. Find lim
x0 2 2 cos x
x2
6
<
x sin x
22 cos x
< 1 hold for a
Computer Programming Lab: Assignment 8
TUESDAY
Q1. Write a function using pointers to determine the length of a character string.
Q2. Write a function that reverses the elements of an array in place (without using any other
temporary array). The function
Computer Programming Lab: Assignment 5
THURSDAY
Q1. A positive integer is entered through the keyboard. Write a function to find the binary
equivalent of this number.
Q2. WAP to remove duplicate characters from a given string keeping only the first occurr