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and 5) are second printings.
ENM 503 Fall 2013 Homework #2
Section 2.2 #14
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Section 2.2 #18
ANS
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Section 2.2 #26
ANS
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c. 0.05
d. 0.99
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Section 2.3 #38
ANS
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c. 0.2637
d. 0.042
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ENM 503 Homework Set it 4
1) An article in the Los Angeles Times (Dec. 3, 1993) reports that 1 in 200 people carry the
defective gene that causes an inherited disease. in a sample of 10 peopie, what is the
probabiiity that at least one carries the gene? S
MTH 367-61
Solution to Homework Assignment 3
Summer 2001
1. Exercise 2.32
(a) In how many ways can one component of each type be selected? (5) (4) (3) (4) = 240
(b) In how many ways can components be selected if both the receiver and the DC are Sony?
(1)
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #9)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points) - Another Wave Equation
Solve completely for y(x, t) in the region
R = cfw_(x, t)|0 x L, 0 t
given that y(x, t) satisfies the wave equation
0
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #2)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi and P. Ayyaswamy
Problem #1 (30 Points) - Dropping a Dumb Bomb
An aircraft is flying at a constant speed v0 level to the ground at an altitude
H above the ground. It
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #1)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi and P. Ayyaswamy
Problem #1 (20 Points) - Newtons Law of Cooling
The great detective, Mr. Sherlock Holmes along with Dr. Watson arrives
at 1:00 AM to witness Inspect
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #3)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi and P. Ayyaswamy
Problem #1 (20 Points) - Contour Plotting with Maple or Matlab
a.) (10 Points) The solution of the ordinary dierential equation (ODE)
!
2xy
y 2 x2
d
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #10)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 Points) - ODEs and Bessel Functions
Obtain the general solution of each of the following equations in terms of
Bessel functions:
a.) (5 points)
xy 00
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #4)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 Points) - Fluid Flowing Through a Pipe (Revisited)
An incompressible, non-viscous fluid rests in the vertical portion (length L)
of the elbow-shaped p
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #6)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 Points) - Taylors Metod
Using Taylors method about the ordinary point x0 = 0, i.e.,
y(x) =
X
ak xk
k=0
for solving the ODE
y 00 (x) + y 0 (x) + xy(x)
ENM 251 - Analytic Methods in Engineering (Homework #7)
Spring Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi and P. Ayyaswamy
Problem #1 (35 Points)
a.) (20 Points) Determine all real values of for which there are nonzero solutions to the boundary-value problem consisting o
Review of System (subjective)
Ask:
How are you feeling today?
Are you in any discomfort?
What brought you to the hospital?
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
NUR 111 Health Assessment Documentation Form
ROS Findings
Physical Assessment (objective)
Ge
Ova Prima:
1.
How would you describe the aesthetic display for this website? Does it
lend itself to credibility and professionalism?
This website is different than the previous one. It looks credible, it is just set
up differently. The professionalism of
1.
How would you describe the aesthetic display for this
website? Does it lend itself to credibility and
professionalism?
I would say the display is welcoming. It looks very
trustworthy and professional. I would also agree that it is
credible.
2.
If there
Evaluating the Credibility of an Online Source
Consider the source
Does the source have a history of reporting credible information?
Does the source vet sources and verify the facts of the reports it publishes?
Is your source respected as an authority on
Review of System (subjective)
Ask:
How are you feeling today?
Are you in any discomfort?
What brought you to the hospital?
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
NUR 111 Health Assessment Documentation Form
ROS Findings
Physical Assessment (objective)
Ge
ENM510 - Foundations of Engineering Mathematics I (Homework #2)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (12 points)
We have seen in class that a general solution to the partial dierential equation (PDE)
2 w(x, t)
2 w(x, t)
T0
=
0
x2
t2
for 0 < t, 0 <
ENM510 - Foundations of Engineering Mathematics I (Homework #3)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
General Solutions to the Wave and Heat Equations
We have seen that
X
w(x, t) = A0 + B0 t +
(An cos(n t) + Bn sin(n t)n (x)
n=1
with
n = n
s
T0
0
is a general s
ENM510 - Foundations of Engineering Mathematics I (Homework #4)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
Consider the vector space of all n1 columns Rn under the usual operations
of column addition and scalar multiplication:
[ai ]n1 + [bi ]n
ENM510 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics I (Homework #7)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
a.) (5 points) While solving a regular Sturm-Liouville Problem a student found
eigenvalues n satisfying the equation
1
100n sin
n
= 1.
What is
ENM510 - Foundations of Engineering Math I (Midterm Exam)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (30 points)
Let V be the 4-dimensional subspace of the space of all continuous functions
of x, spanned by the basis
B = cfw_ex , e2x , e3x , e4x ,
and let
ENM510 - Foundations of Engineering Mathematics I (Homework #5)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (25 points)
Consider the vector space of all n1 columns Rn under the usual operations
of column addition and scalar multiplication:
[ai ]n1 + [bi ]n
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Take-Home Exam #1)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Instructions:
1.) You must do all of the following three take-home problems worth 8, 9 and
8 points, respectively, for a total of 25 points.
2.) You are to do these w
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #2)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (10 points)
Two cards are randomly selected from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards.
Compute the probability that they form a blackjack. A blackjack occurs
whe