CPT114
Informal Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Informal Logic
Tutorial 1
1.
Classify the following propositions as simple, compound, conjunctive, disjunctive, co
1. Consider an economy with two people, Henry and Catherine, who consume two commodities,
bread and water. Suppose that, due to a drought, the authorities decide to allocate exactly half
the available water to each person. In order to prevent one person f
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
S.Y. Teh
SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
TUTORIAL 1
1.
How much mass (in g) is contained in 2.5 L of estuarine water that has salt
concentration of about 8.5 ppt?
2.
I
CPT114
Classical Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Classical Logic
Tutorial 5
A. Identify the subject and predicate terms in, and name the form of, each of the foll
LAB - Prolog Part II
Basic Arithmetic , Predicate
= and is
The =
?- 2 = 2
You will get the result yes because this statement is true (success) - identical.
The = is used to check for identical items for both sides.
Now try type in
?- apple = apple.
Does y
CPT114
Classical Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Classical Logic
Tutorial 6
Fill in the blanks.
two
1. In a categorical syllogism, the three terms each occur in e
CPT114
Classical Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Classical Logic
Tutorial 4
1. Name the fallacies for each of the following reasoning mistakes.
i) When one treats
1. Consider a simple exchange economy where there are two citizens, Mr. Costas and Ms. Thomas.
There are only two goods to be consumed in the economy, Beer and nuts. The total amount of Beer
is 12 units. The total amount of nuts is 12 units. Answer the fo
Questions & Answers
1. A researcher conducts a cross-sectional analysis of workers and finds a positive correlation between
time spent on a computer at work and wages. The researcher concludes that computer use increases
wages and advocates a policy of co
Externalities
Externalities lead to market failure
Both negative and positive
Cost or benefit not reflected through prices
Therefore natural equilibrium does not reflect true social
equilibrium
Negative
Externality
Cost of a product imposed on third party
Date: March 8, 2016
Tutorial EKC 316 Separation Process
Topic: Humidification/Dehumidification
Problem 1:
Moist warm air is to be cooled and dehumidified to a wet-bulb temperature of 30C
using water of 25C in a dehumidification column. The air enters the
EKC
C3
313
3
Separation Processes
Advanced Distillation
Course Learning Objectives
Demonstrate the understanding of principles and theory of advanced
distillation Apply the knowledge in the design and operation of distillation
distillation.
column.
Course
ADSORPTION
EKC 316
Sem II, 2015/2016
DR. AZAM T MOHD DIN
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING,
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
Content
Adsorption theory & concept
Adsorbent
Equilibrium curve & Isotherms
Batch adsorption
Column adsorption
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERIN
EKC
C3
313
3
Separation Processes
Advanced Distillation
Course Learning Objectives
Demonstrate the understanding of principles and theory of advanced
distillation Apply the knowledge in the design and operation of distillation
distillation.
column.
Course
EKC316 - SEPARATION PROCESS
HUMIDIFICATION
DR. AZAM T MOHD DIN
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
Semester II, 2014/2015
TEXT BOOKS
OUTLINES
Principles and theory of humidification process
Introduction to industrial
dehumidificatio
NPTEL Chemical Mass Transfer Operation 1
MODULE 6
HUMIDIFICATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
LECTURE NO. 9
EXAMPLE PROBLRMS ON DEHUMIDIFICATION
Example Problem 6.4: Moist warm air is to be cooled and dehumidified to a wetbulb temperature of 30C using water of 25
EKC
C3
313
3
Separation Processes
Advanced Distillation
Course Learning Objectives
Demonstrate the understanding of principles and theory of advanced
distillation Apply the knowledge in the design and operation of distillation
distillation.
column.
Course
Supercritical
Supe
c t ca Fluid
u d Extraction
t act o
EKC 313 Separation Processes
Course Learning Objectives
Apply the principles and theory of super critical fluid extraction.
Develop design strategies.
Principles and theory:
Supercritical Fluid Extrac
Supercritical
Supe
c t ca Fluid
u d Extraction
t act o
EKC 313 Separation Processes
1
CP Leo
Course Learning Objectives
Apply the principles and theory of super critical fluid extraction.
Develop design strategies.
Principles and theory:
Supercritical Flu
EKC 316 Separation Process
Tutorial 1: Crystallization
Name:
Matrix Num:
Instruction: Answer the questions below.
1. Write a short note on each crystallizer equipment listed below:
a. Tank crystallizer
b. Scraped surface crystallizer
c. Circulating liquid
CPT1141
Informal Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Informal Logic
Tutorial 3
1.
Diagram each of the following passages, which may contain more than one argument:
a)
CPT114
Informal Logic GKH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
School of Computer Sciences
Session 2014/2015, Semester I
CPT114: Logic and Applications
Informal Logic
Tutorial 2
1. Identify the following passages as arguments or explanations. When an argument is ide
MSG 228
Introduction to Modelling
Tutorial 1
1. Write out the first five terms
(
)
a.
b.
of the following sequences:
2. Find a formula for the nth term of the sequence
+
a. *
+
b. *
3. Write a difference equation to represent the change during the nth int
MSG 228
Introduction to Modelling
Tutorial 2
1. Find the solution to the difference equations in the following problems:
a.
b.
c.
d.
2. For the following problems, find an equilibrium value if one exists. Classify the
equilibrium value as stable or unstab
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
S.Y. Teh
CHAPTER 1
ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING
1.1
INTRODUCTION
Mathematical model typically represents a simplified version of reality; an idealized
formulation that represents the response of a physical system to external stimu
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
S.Y. Teh
CHAPTER 2
LAKE MODELING
2.1
WATER QUALITY MODELING
Water is a natural resource vital for the survival of all beings, including human beings who
need water in their daily lives. Unfortunately, this vital resource is
MSG 327
Table of Contents
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Course Information
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Course Title
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Pre-requisite Course
iii
Duration
iii
Consultation Hours
iii
Evaluation
iii
Contact
iii
Relevant Links
iii
Syllabus
iv
Course Outcomes
iv
Main Reference Book
iv
Supplementary Reference
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
S.Y. Teh
SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
TUTORIAL 2
1.
Consider an initial chemical concentration of C0 kg m 3 in a lake. The chemical in the
lake decays at the rate o
MSG 327 Mathematical Modelling
S.Y. Teh
CHAPTER 3
RIVER MODELING
3.1
SEGMENTATION AND MODEL RESOLUTION
The process of dividing space and matter into increments is called segmentation. In space, a
water body can be divided into volumes for which mass balan
MAT 203 VECTOR CALCULUS
TUTORIAL 3
SEMESTER 1, 2015/16
1.
A particle moving along a curve represented by the position vector r (t ) .
Find the particles velocity and acceleration vector at time t. Hence find the
speed and the direction of the motion for t