1. Symbols and Linking (15 points)
Consider the following three les, main.c, fib.c, and bignat.c:
/* main.c */
void fib (int n);
int main (int argc, char* argv) cfw_
int n = 0;
sscanf(argv[1], "0", &n);
fib(n);
/* fib.c */
#define N 16
static unsigned in
Lets first do our first pass of the form:
I m noticing the existence of a form level entity, which is Registration; the other
possible entities are listed as sections in the form. The data inside the section
contains data that some of them can be n identi
ChE 430
Exam 2 Solution
Thursday, March 21, 2002
Problem 1. Polymerization in a CSTR. 25 pts.
Consider a free-radical polymerization taking place in a CSTR. We showed the monomer
consumption rate is given by
RM = kp kI /kt cI cM
in which kp is the propaga
ChE 430
Exam 1 Solution
Thursday, February 26, 2002
Problem 1. Stoichiometry.
Consider the reaction system
2N1 N2
N2 + N 1 N3
N3 + N 1 N4
2N2 N4
(a) Determine the species list A and the stoichiometric matrix .
A = N1 N2 N3
2 1
0
1 1 1
=
1 0 1
0 2 0
N4
0
0
1. Integers (10 points)
For each of the following propositions, indicate if they are true or false. If false, give a
counterexample. We assume that the variables are declared as follows
int x,y;
unsigned u,v;
and initialized to some unknown value. You sho
Functional Requirement:
Requirements and information about the horse
A horse has a reservation number, name, type, gender and trainer.
Each horse, if possible has a mother DAM and Father SIRE
Each horse has an offspring.
Each horse is stabled at a precise