CSCI 303 Homework 1
Problem 1 (2.1-1):
Using Figure 2.2 as a model, illustrate the operation of Insertion-Sort on the array A =
31, 41, 59, 26, 41, 58 .
Solution 1:
31 41 59 26 41 58
31 41 59 26 41 58
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function RungeKutta
clc
format bank
h = -0.5;
x=6
y=0
fprintf( Step 0: y = %12.8f, w = %12.8f\n , x, y);
for
i = 1:12
k1 = h*f(x , y);
k2 = h*f(x+h/2 , y + k1/2);
k3 = h*f(x+h/2 , y + k2/2);
k4 = h*f(
2. 4 Energy Balance for Closed Systems
From the first law of thermodynamics,
energy cannot be created or destroyed.
This means that net energy coming in to
the system minus the net energy coming
out t
ChE Calculations 2
Quiz2
5.Raw sulfur containinf 83 % pure S is burned with 80% excess air (S to SO2). An analysis of the cinder
shows 20% unburned sulfur and 80 %inerts. 90% of the sulfur gasified bu
Chemical Kinetics Laboratory Data
Physical Chemistry 2
A.
Conc
1M
2M
3M
4M
5M
time
241s
138s
59s
32s
15s
Rate (1/t)
4.15x10-3
7.24x10-3
0.169
0.03125
0.067
B.
T(oC)
T(K)
1
T
time
1
time
40
50
60
70
31
Questions:
1. Soaps are derived from? Ans. Fatty acid
2. What is/are the alternatives/ for soap that can be used for washing as recommended by The
World Health Organization.? Ans. Sand/soil
3. What is
1. What is the mean free path of a nitrogen molecule in air at STP? What is the average
collision frequency, or the number of collisions per unit time? The radii of the molecules
are about 1.5 X 10-10