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Solution Case 4
1. Asseni'BT
i) Obj ective: nd the rate of heat remov
ii) select units: K, I, g, s
' iii) draw the owsheet as in the diagram
iv) dene system boundary
2. Analysis
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V i) state assumptions
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Problem 5.
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BMED 2210A Learning Objectives for Exam 1 (S14)
Dimensions, units, and their conversion
o Convert one set of units in a function or equation into another equivalent set for mass, length,
area, volume, time, and force
o Explain the difference between weig
Qo [W304 Wide.
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Quiz 2
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write on the back of these pages if you need more space just make sure to indicate
which problem your work is fo
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1. Use the following matrices for the following problems (8 points)
3 0 . .
i 1 4 0
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i l
(i) Compute AB or state that it is not d
Homework 8
1. Book Exercise 6.24 (25 points)
For alpha1 equal to 1:
The rates of change of both X1 and X2 will always be zero, and therefore, X1 and X2 remain at their initial
values of one, indefinitely. This can be seen in the figure below.
HW11 (Chapter 14)
Book Exercise 14.2 (30 points)
To determine the rate of change of the population of a mutant T7 RNA polymerase (T7R), an equation was set as:
7
+ 7
7
=
7
1 + 7
1 + 7
If we were to set gamma equal to zero, the equation now beco
Homework 9
1. Book Exercise 8.6: Simulate (8.7)(8.10) and compare dP/dt with Vp in (8.10) for different initial
values and parameter values. Provide at least two sets of plots for comparison of dP/dt with Vp, simulated
with different initial value
Homework 7
1. Use Excel or Matlab to fit the data in Book Exercise 5.1. Use (1) linear regression; (2) linear regression
after logarithmic transformation; and (3) some other function that you can select to obtain a small error.
Compare the results.
t vs.
Homework 7
1. Use Excel or Matlab to fit the data in Book Exercise 5.1. Use (1) linear regression; (2) linear regression
after logarithmic transformation; and (3) some other function that you can select to obtain a small error.
Compare the results.
t vs.
HW3
1. Book Exercise 2.2: Report the optimized Vmax, KM, and n
Blue line: L =
$
$ % &'()*
,-./ 0 1
Magenta: = 1 1
2 %0
Vmax = 1
K = 10
n = 10
2. Book Exercise 2.5
e^x = 4x
First value of x will be near 0.5
x = 0.5
e^0.
HW5
Problem 1
Create a Markov Matrix for the following graph, where the numbers represent the chances of moving from
state to state as indicated by the arrows. If the system starts in state 2, what are the probabilities of being in
states 1, 2, or 3 after
BMED 3520
Fall 2015 Exam 1
Rubric
1. Compute the two partial derivatives of Z(X, Y) = k X2 Y-1 with respect to the two variables X and Y, and
evaluate them for X = 2, Y = 3. (8 points)
Partial derivative with respect to X: (2 points)
=
Partial derivativ
Homework 10
Book Exercise 10.5
This question is best answered through stability analysis. First, we need to find the steady state values. Those can
be determined by setting the differential equation to zero and then solving for N2.
Thus, the steady values