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1. To provide the learning environment that would transform our
students into globally competitive professionals;
2. To produce social wealth from the generation of new knowledge;
3. To contribute to the solution of industrys a
PARALLELISM
Parallel Structure or Parallel Construction
OBJECTIVES
To have a clear understanding
about parallelism.
To know the elements of the
sentence, the parts of the
speech, and their connections
to parallelism.
Sentence elements that are
alike in
COURSE SYLLABUS
COLLEGE / DEPARTMENT
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
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MATH001
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
PRE-REQUISITE
CO-REQUISITE
CREDIT UNIT(S)
CLASS SCHEDULE
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:
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NONE
NONE
Three (3) units
1.5 hours per meeting/ 4.5 hours per week
CO
Percentage
problems
base, B
It represents the total
amount of something or
the measure of something.
rate, r
It is a measure of the part
relatively to the whole
thing, expressed in
percent, like 3%, 7.5%,
12.75% (percentage).
part, P
It is the amount or t
START
Bluetooth command
from mobile application
The Bluno will receive the
command and convert it to
binary signal.
The converted signal will be
transmitted to the LAN extender
over existing electrical cable
If No, Reset the whole system
Will the Arduino
Phasing Method
Avoids filters and some of their inherent
disadvantages
Phasing Method uses phase-shift technique that
causes one of the sidebands to be cancelled out.
Makes use of two balanced modulators and two
phase shifting networks .
Weaver Method
Weaver method
The Weaver method of SSB generation is similar to the phasing method but differs in
how the two quadrature audio bandwidth signals are generated.The frst set of
balanced modulators produces upper and lower sidebands around cos
Transmitter
A transmitter is an electronic device used in
telecommunications to produce radio waves in
order to transmit or send data with the aid of an
antenna. The transmitter is able to generate a
radio frequency alternating current that is then
applie
n
Frequency Fresnel
DISTANCE FROM SITE A DISTANCE FROM SITE B (GHz)
Zone(m)
LOS
1
0.0000
35.0740
13
0.0000 1543.2182
1
0.4940
34.5800
13
3.3486 1542.3292
1
0.9880
34.0860
13
4.7016 1544.6585
1
1.4820
33.5920
13
5.7164 1546.9877
1
1.9760
33.0980
13
6.5520
Filter Method
Filter Method
-A filter is a circuit that passes certain
frequencies and rejects all other
frequencies.
the simplest system
the unwanted sideband is removed,
actually heavily attenuated by a filter
the filter maybe LC, crystal, ceramic or
Angle Modulation
It is a modulation where the angle of
a sine wave is varied from its
reference value.
Two Subcategories
Phase modulation (PM) variation of the
phase of a radio or other wave as a means of
carrying information such as an audio signal.
Fr
ECE120L INTRODUCTION TO MATLAB
LABORATORY ACTIVITY #3
Polynomials and Partial Fraction Expansion
I.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the laboratory activity, the students should be able to:
To describe polynomials in MATLAB
To implement polyno
MATH025
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Define
differential equation and other
terminologies that describe a D.E.
Distinguish between ODE and PDE.
Identify the order and degree of DE from
which the equations linearity can be
determined.
Differentiate a general sol
MATH025
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Applications of
First-Order Differential
Equations
At
the end of the period, you should be
able to:
Formulate and solve mathematical
models that describe various physical
phenomena.
Population Growth
A quantity Q(t) grows
MATH025
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
http:/groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/RDISLES_MATH025/files
At
the end of the period, you should be
able to:
Compare and contrast homogeneous and
non-homogeneous higher-ordered LDE .
Carry out method of characteristics to
solve
MATH025
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
General Order
Differential Equations
At
the end of the period, you should be
able to:
Recognize
higher-ordered
linear
differential equations.
Apply the concept of D operators in the
solution of higher-ordered differential
eq
MATH025
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
First-Order Differential
Equations
Recognize
the equation type and use the
appropriate technique to solve equation.
Solve first- order linear DE using
separation of variables.
Solve first- order linear homogeneous DE.
Solve
An Array Based Implementation
#pragma once
const int MAXLIST = 10;
template<class T>
class ListArraycfw_
private:
int size;
T *items;
int translate(int index) const;
public:
ListArray(int n);
ListArray(ListArray &);
ListArray();
~ListArray();
bool isEmpty
Lesson 8 SOLIDS OF REVOLUTION
AND COMPOSITE SOLIDS
Week 10
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
Circular or Ring Torus
A doughnut-shaped, three dimensional figure
generated by revolving a circle about an axis in its
plane, but not intersecting the circle itself.
Th
Lesson 5 PYRAMIDS AND CONES
Solids for which V = Bh
Week 7
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
PYRAMID
A pyramid is a polyhedron containing
triangular lateral faces with a common vertex
and a base which is a polygon.
A pyramid is a right pyramid if the line join
Lesson 4 PRISMS AND CYLINDERS
Solids for which V = Bh
Week 6
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
A prism is defined as a polyhedron with two
congruent bases that lie in parallel planes, and
whose every section that is parallel to a base
has the same area as that
Lesson 7 SPHERES
Week 9
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
Definitions Relating to Sphere
A sphere is a three-dimensional solid bounded by a
surface consisting of all points equidistant from an
interior point called the center. The closed surface is
called spheri
Lesson 1.1: POLYGON
Lesson 1.2 TRIANGLES
Lesson 1.3 QUADRILATERALS
Week 1 and Week 2
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
1.1 POLYGON
A polygon is a closed plane figure that is
joined by line segments.
A polygon may also be defined as a union of
line segments suc
Lesson 3 POLYHEDRONS
Week 5
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
DIHEDRAL ANGLES
The dihedral angle is the angle formed between
two intersecting planes. In the figure shown, the
two planes are called faces of the dihedral angle,
and the line of intersection between
Lesson 2.1: CIRCLES
Lesson 2.2 MISCELLANEOUS
PLANES
Week 3 and Week 4
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
2.1 CIRCLES
A circle is a set of points, each of which is
equidistant from a fixed point called the
center.
The line joining the center of a circle to any
p
Lesson 6 FRUSTUMS, TRUNCATED
SOLIDS & PRISMATOIDS
Solids for which V = (Mean B)h
Week 8
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
The frustum of a right circular cone is a portion
of a right circular cone enclosed by the base of
the cone, a section that is parallel to t
UKEQ1023 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES II
Group Assignment
January 2016 Trimester
Group Assignment 20% (50 marks)
1.
Students need to form a group of THREE (3) to FIVE (5) members within their tutorial group.
2.
Students are required to do a DATA COLLECTION bas
LABORATORY EXERCISE 3
RES110P METHODS OF RESEARCH
NAME OF STUDENT
GROUP #
_ DATE _
_ THESIS ADVISER
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ACTIVITY: Presentation of Review of Literature
INSTRUCTION:
1. Create a PowerPoint presentation of the concept and literature map that you have prepared