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School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Spring 2013 Midterm II, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Part A: (Multiple Choice) Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. Each question is worth 4 points. Total 12 x 4 = 48 pts. 1.
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2013 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 17 in the class Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Homework is individual work. Ad
School: Iowa State
Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 11 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. La
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 6 Due Wednesday, June 18th Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship. See http:/cata
School: Iowa State
Course: Computer Organization And Design
Initials: _ CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Fall 2013 Exam 2 Last Name (printed) _ First Name (printed) _ Lab Section _ Note: The solutions are provided for your self-study. Do NOT keep or distribute the solutions. Delete you
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Dr. Sunanda Roy Homework # 3 Answer Key Total Score is 30 points. Your score will be scaled to totally 100 points. 1a)(2pts). An asset pays $1,100 at the end of year 1, $1,210 at the end of year 2, and $1,331 at the end of
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2013 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 17 in the class Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Homework is individual work. Ad
School: Iowa State
Course: C
Chem 167 Notes week 5 Gases (cont.) o Volume V= k/p volume is inversely proportional to pressure V T T = Kelvin, absolute scale VnT/P PV= nRT Ideal Gas Law o Ideal gases follow law and behave ideally o R= 0.08206 (L atm)/(mol k) 8.314 Joules/(mol k)
School: Iowa State
Course: C
Chem 167 Notes Week 2 Average mass = fi * mi fi = fractional abundance of isotope m = mass Compounds: Two or more elements tightly bound in whole number ratios o Ionic, molecular/covalent Molecule: Discrete group of atoms that are held tightly together by
School: Iowa State
Module1 - 1 Option Explicit Sub test_1_review() Dim name As String, m As Single, b As Single, x As Single, y As Single, x_start As Single Dim x_stop As Single, delta_x '*Review Test 1* 'name is the name of the person using the program 'm is the slope of a
School: Iowa State
Course: General Chem
The Wave Nature of Light c=f 400-700nm is visible spectrum Gamma Rays, X rays, UV rays, Visible spectrum, Infrared, Microwaves, Radio waves Quantized Energy and Photons Hot Objects and the Quantization of Energy E=h*v Planck's constant = 6.626 x 10^
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Spring 2014 Homework 7 Due: Friday, March 14 Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to
School: Iowa State
Course: Critical Thinking And Communication
Alex Nielsen Laird Eng. 150 #4 The Moth Just outside of Coover Hall, there stands a sculpture that everyone has to stop and gaze at. If you are not looking at this piece of art from a correct angle you will only see 3 marble slabs on a brick and concrete
School: Iowa State
Course: CRITCL THINK&CMUNIC
Rodrigues Nathan Rodrigues Professor Lhi English 150 28 September 2012 Campus Profile: Lecture Program Do you want to know the secrets to life and prosperity? Do you ever wish you could have someone successful who is willing to impart his/her wisdom upon
School: Iowa State
Course: Business Law
Josh Hill RD1 1. Struggling to find food and shelter each day, homeless derelicts press on hoping good fortune will find them and change their lives. They face every day unaware of what the future holds and question how long they can last without consiste
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Lab I.D: 630 Johnson, Rachel WHY MEAT IRRADIATION IS A SAFE AND HEALTHY PROCESS Do you ever wonder if the meat youre ! Irradiation does not make foods radioactive, it making for dinner is safe enough for you to does not change the nutritional quality, nor
School: Iowa State
Course: INTRO CONVEX OPTIMZ
Chapter 2 Multi-objective Optimization Abstract In this chapter, we introduce multi-objective optimization, and recall some of the most relevant research articles that have appeared in the international literature related to these topics. The presented st
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Course: INTRO CONVEX OPTIMZ
The 2013 International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Communications (ATC'13) Multiuser Scheduling in Two-Way Relay Networks Department Vien Nguyen-Duy-Nhat , Hung Nguyen-Le , Chien Tang-Tan of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, The
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedde Sys IIntro
9/2/2008 Course Information CprE 288: Introduction to Embedded Systems Akhilesh Tyagi Fall 2008 Iowa State University 1 Instructor Akhilesh Tyagi Contact info: tyagi@iastate.edu, Office Hours: TBA; 391B Durham, or by appointments (send me email) TA Mark T
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Course: Biochemistry
Lecture 1: Introductory Concepts Monday, August 24 Reading assignment: Chapter 1 Overview th - De nition of life systems - General description of biochemistry - Chemical functional groups - Introduction to biomolecules four classes of monomer and poly
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ME 421 Dynamic Systems and Control Fall 2006 Qingze Zou qzzou@iastate.edu, 294-9354, 2022 Black IOWA S TATE U NIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Department of Department of Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lab Information Location: Black 00
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10/30/14 Overview CprE 288 Introduc5on to Embedded Systems (Programming Style, Doxygen, SVN) Instructors: Dr. Zhao Zhang Dr. Phillip Jones hMp:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 1 Announcement Announcements Homework 8:
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CprE 288 Quick intro for compiling C in Linux Instructor: Dr. Phillip Jones http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 1 Overview Compile C code in Linux Linux Basics Logging in to Linux boxes from off-campus http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 2 Open a file
School: Iowa State
12/5/14 AVR Interrupt Processing 1. Exceptional Control Flow 2. Connecting interrupt source and ISR: Vector Table 3. Writing ISR functions CprE 288 Introduc3on to Embedded Systems Interrupt Processing Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones D
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Spring 2013 Midterm II, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Part A: (Multiple Choice) Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. Each question is worth 4 points. Total 12 x 4 = 48 pts. 1.
School: Iowa State
Course: Computer Organization And Design
Initials: _ CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Fall 2013 Exam 2 Last Name (printed) _ First Name (printed) _ Lab Section _ Note: The solutions are provided for your self-study. Do NOT keep or distribute the solutions. Delete you
School: Iowa State
School: Iowa State
Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 11 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. La
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 6 Due Wednesday, June 18th Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship. See http:/cata
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Dr. Sunanda Roy Homework # 3 Answer Key Total Score is 30 points. Your score will be scaled to totally 100 points. 1a)(2pts). An asset pays $1,100 at the end of year 1, $1,210 at the end of year 2, and $1,331 at the end of
School: Iowa State
Full Name CprE 288 HW6 Due June 29, 2012 Question 1 Answer the following short questions after read the following documents: AVR Instruction Set Manual o Information about all assembly instructions o Skim the contents AVR Assembler User Guide o Informatio
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Fall 2013, Econ 353 Instructor: Dr Sunanda Roy HW # 1 (Chap 2) (Total 100 pts) Q1. Specify each of the following as an example of direct or indirect finance (10 pts) a. You take out a mortgage from your local bank. Ans: Indirect b. You lend $2500 to a fri
School: Iowa State
ME 335 Lab 4: Use of a Pitot Tube to Measure Air Mass Flow Rate in a Pipe By: Zihao Zhao Thursday section Lab Date: May 24, 2012 1 Abstract The purpose of this laboratory exercise is to investigate the Pitot tube and use it to measure the flow rate of air
School: Iowa State
From: David Taylor Date: 1/31/08 Operations of a Vortex Tube Dear Ms. Loveland, We experimented with the vortex tube apparatus in order to determine what pressures to use for the most refrigeration and to experiment with the first and second laws of
School: Iowa State
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Lab 4: Linear Momentum Experiments Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate the momentum theorem, with the scope of this lab being restricted to linear momentum concepts. The lab will consist of two parts, one with water and the other with air a
School: Iowa State
Lab #6 "Operational Amplifier Applications and Limitations" Lab Date: February 26th 2008. Report Date: March 4th 2008. EE 230 Lab #6 Kyle Veugeler #345 Section: C Abstract: The purpose of Lab #6 was to observe the many behaviors of an operational am
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EE 330 Final Design Projects Fall 2013 Please email the name of your group members and rank-ordered project preferences to: ee330f2013projects@gmail.com Please send only one request per group. In the rank-ordering, please submit your top 3 choices. At mos
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EE 330 Laboratory Experiment Number 11 Design and Simulation of Digital Circuits using Hardware Description Languages Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to develop methods for using Hardware Description Languages for the design of digital circuits
School: Iowa State
Course: Family Communication
HDFS 370: Section 2 EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE DATE OF TEST: 3/27/2008 * Review Day: 3/25/08 WHAT WILL BE COVERED: Chapter 5 and class notes: Closeness and Intimacy Chapter 6 and class notes: Family Roles Chapter 7 and class notes: Power Chapter 8 and class
School: Iowa State
Course: Adv. Managerial
ACCT 343 Exam #3 Study Guide Fall 2012 Chapter 6 1. Be familiar with the master budget 2. Know the advantages and limitations of budgeting 3. Be able to prepare the operating budget and its supporting schedules. 4. Be able to prepare sensitivity analysis
School: Iowa State
Course: BIO 211
Chapter15 TheEukaryotic CellCycle TheEukaryoticCellCycle Theabilitytoreproducetheirownkindis theonecharacteristicthatdistinguishes livingthingsfromnonlivingmatter Thecontinuityoflifeisbasedonthe reproductionofcells(celldivision) Thecelldivisionprocessi
School: Iowa State
Course: MICRO 302
Chapter 8 Transcription, Translation and Bioinformatics Important Figures: 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.7, 8.8, 8.10, 8.11, 8.13, 8.15, 8.18, 8.20, 8.22, 8.23, 8.26, 8.28, 8.29, 8.33, 8.34, 8.40, 8.41, 8.42 Table 8.1 Vocabulary aminoacyl tRNA synthetase chaperone hom
School: Iowa State
Course: MICRO 302
Chapter8Summary Section8.1RNAPolymerasesandSigmaFactors RNApolymeraseholoenzyme,consistingofcoreRNApolymeraseandasigmafactor,executestranscriptionofa DNAtemplatestrand. SigmafactorshelpcoreRNApolymeraselocateconsensuspromotersequencesnearthebeginningofage
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Course: MICRO 302
Chapter 1 Microbial Life: Origin and Discovery Important Figures: Figure 1.2, 1.5, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.18, 1.19, 1.21, 1.22, 1.23, 1.24, 1.27, 1.29, 1.33 Vocabulary Alexander Fleming Archaea enrichment culture Florence Nightingale John Lister
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Course: Child
Fall 2011 HDFS 102 Individual and Family Life Development Human Development and Family Studies College of Human Sciences Iowa State University 1210 LeBaron T, Th. 9:30-10:45 a.m. Instructor: Dr. Kere Hughes-Belding 2361 D Palmer Building Graduate Teaching
School: Iowa State
Course: Introduction To The Swine Industry
Animal Science 225 - Swine Science Spring 2012 Class Schedule MF 10 10:50 a.m. W 8 10, 10 12, 12 2, 2 4 1131 NSRIC 124 Kildee, 104 Kildee ISU Swine Teaching Farm Pavilion Instructor: Dr. Tom J. Baas 109 Kildee Hall Phone: 294-6728 tjbaas@iastate.edu Teach
School: Iowa State
Course: Domestic Animal Anatomy And Physiology Lab
ANIMAL SCIENCE 214L Domestic Animal Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Spring, 2012 Instructor: Dr. Ted Huiatt Office: 119H Kildee Hall; Office Hours: by appointment Phone: 294-8289 Email: twhuiatt@iastate.edu Background of the Course: This is the laborato
School: Iowa State
Course: INTERMED MICROECON
Economics 301 Intermediate Microeconomics, Sections 1, 2 Spring 2014 Lecture: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 11:00-11:50 AM, 1115 Pearson Lab for Section 1: Wednesday 2:10-4:00 PM, 108 Curtiss Hall Lab for Section 2: Thursday 2:10-4:00 PM, 119 East Hall Instruct
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Supply Chain Management 301 Section E1 and E2 (M 6:10-9PM) Gerdin 0119 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE PHONE E-MAIL OFFICE HOURS TA OFFICE HOURS Bill Fitzgerald 3219 Gerdin 641-485-1821 williamf@iastate.edu or bill.fitzgerald@emerson.com Monday 5:30-6PM, 9-9:30PM or by
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1/13/2015 CprE 288 IntroductiontoEmbeddedSystems (Syllabus&CourseOverview) Instructors: Dr.AkhileshTyagi Dr.PhillipJones http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 SYLLABUS 1 http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 OverviewofTodaysLecture 4 Syllabus|HomeworkPolicy
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Spring 2013 Midterm II, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Part A: (Multiple Choice) Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. Each question is worth 4 points. Total 12 x 4 = 48 pts. 1.
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2013 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 17 in the class Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Homework is individual work. Ad
School: Iowa State
Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 11 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. La
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 6 Due Wednesday, June 18th Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship. See http:/cata
School: Iowa State
Course: Computer Organization And Design
Initials: _ CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Fall 2013 Exam 2 Last Name (printed) _ First Name (printed) _ Lab Section _ Note: The solutions are provided for your self-study. Do NOT keep or distribute the solutions. Delete you
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Dr. Sunanda Roy Homework # 3 Answer Key Total Score is 30 points. Your score will be scaled to totally 100 points. 1a)(2pts). An asset pays $1,100 at the end of year 1, $1,210 at the end of year 2, and $1,331 at the end of
School: Iowa State
Full Name CprE 288 HW6 Due June 29, 2012 Question 1 Answer the following short questions after read the following documents: AVR Instruction Set Manual o Information about all assembly instructions o Skim the contents AVR Assembler User Guide o Informatio
School: Iowa State
Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Fall 2013, Econ 353 Instructor: Dr Sunanda Roy HW # 1 (Chap 2) (Total 100 pts) Q1. Specify each of the following as an example of direct or indirect finance (10 pts) a. You take out a mortgage from your local bank. Ans: Indirect b. You lend $2500 to a fri
School: Iowa State
Fin 320 Stock- Trak Trading Exercise Fall 2010 Objective: The objective of this assignment is to motivate student interest in financial markets through hands-on experience managing an investment portfolio, making trades, and tracking investment performanc
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Course: Engineering Economics
IE 305 Spring Solutions for Homework 1
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School: Iowa State
Course: Corporate Finance
CASE13E Instructor Model 05/12/93 INDIAN RIVER CITRUS COMPANY (B) Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting This case focuses on capital budgeting risk assessment using the lite orange juice project that was introduced in Case 12, Indian River Citrus Company (A)
School: Iowa State
HW#2 Solutions Lecture 4 1. (a) a 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 b 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 c 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 a+c 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 (a+c).a 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 b 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 b.c 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 (a+c).a + b.c 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 (a+b) (a+b).c 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0
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Course: Organizatnal Behavr
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR QUIZ #9 Possible Questions Motivation 1. We watched two video clips and discussed how they each illustrated one of the three components of expectancy theory (from Take the Lead (dance clip) and Facing the Giants (football clip). Ex
School: Iowa State
Course: Signals And Systems
EE 224, Signals and Systems I, Fall 2010 HW #13 due December 2, 2010 1. A signal x(t) and an impulse response h(t) are dened as x(t) = sinc(2 t), h(t) = sinc(t) cos(3 t). Dene the system output y (t) = (x h)(t). (a) Find CTFT Y F ( ) of y (t). (b) Find a
School: Iowa State
Homework 2 STAT 447 Fall 2013 Due 9/12 (R) Name _ PROBLEM 1 (30 pts) Let [ X = 1] denote the event that a person is ultimately determined by experts with certainty to have diabetes , and Let [ X = 0] denote the event that a person is ultimately determined
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School: Iowa State
Course: Critical Thinking And Communication
Alex Nielsen Laird Eng. 150 #4 The Moth Just outside of Coover Hall, there stands a sculpture that everyone has to stop and gaze at. If you are not looking at this piece of art from a correct angle you will only see 3 marble slabs on a brick and concrete
School: Iowa State
EE/STAT 322: Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Examination Prof. Zhengdao Wang Feb. 21, 2003 1. (6 points) Let A and B be any two events and P (A) and P (B) be their probabilities. Show that P (A B) P (A) + P (B). You may use Venn dia
School: Iowa State
Course: Statistical Methods
STATISTICS 500 Fall 2009 Homework 1 DUE DATE: on campus Friday, 4 Sept 2009, in lecture (11 am) off campus Tuesday, 8 Sept 2009, by 4 pm to Nicole Rembert, email: rembeall@iastate.edu or FAX: 515-294-4040 (please include cover page with Stat 500 / Nicole
School: Iowa State
EM 274 Exam 2 Spring 2012 Solutions 1. A system consists of two weightless members as shown. 3.0 ft y All the pin connections are smooth. x D 90 lb/ft A B C 4 ft 3.6 ft (20 pts.) (i) Determine the x- and y-components of the reaction at pin A on bar ABC. +
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Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Homework # 5 (Chap 6 and 7) Electronic files or multiple unstapled sheets will not be accepted. Please show your work and explain your answer. Only partial credit will be given for correct answers if work is not
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 2 Due Tue, May 27 (11:59pm on Blackboard) Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship.
School: Iowa State
Course: Money, Banking, And Financial Institutions
Money, Banking, and Financial Markets (Econ 353) Final Exam May 9, 2002 Name_ Univ. Id #_ Note: Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points. The bonus question is worth 5 points. Problems 26, 27, and 28 carry 10, 10, and 8 points, respectively. MULTIP
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Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 5 Due Thu. Oct. 4 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Lat
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Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 7 Due Thu. Oct. 18 in the class Notes: Start early on homework Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Late homework is accepted within three days from the due
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I selected two of the statically indeterminate problems from old sample exams A and B. It is important that the two major steps are identied: 1. Step 1 a. Draw FBD b. Establish the equations of equilibrium 2. Step 2 a. Draw deformation diagram b. Establi
School: Iowa State
Physics 222, Fall 2010 Homework #7 Due Tuesday, October 12 1) (a) Calculate the current through each ideal battery in sketch below. Assume that R1 = 1.0 , R2 = 2.0 , 1 = 2 V and 2 = 3 = 4.0 V. (b) Calculate Va Vb. Physics 222, Fall 2010 Homework #7 Due Tu
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Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Midterm I, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. All questions are worth the same. 1. Which of the following are traded in money markets
School: Iowa State
Course: Introduction To Materials Engineering
Last Name _ First Name _ ID Number _ You may choose answer (G) I dont know and receive 1 point! Questions 1-22: (5 points each) 1. Name the plane illustrated: A) (1 1 1) B) (1 1 0) C) (1 1 0) D) (0 1 1) E) (1 1 0) F) (1 0 0) origin 2. Name the direction i
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Course: Envir &resourc Econ
Economics 380 J. Miranowski Fall 2013 Answer Key to Problem Set III 1. Are we running out of natural resources? Distinguish between amenity, environmental, and commodity resources. We show no evidence of economically exhausting commodity resources, which
School: Iowa State
Course: Signals And Systems
EE 224, Signals and Systems I, Fall 2010 HW #11 due November 11, 2010 1. Compute the continuous-time (CT) convolution y (t) = (x h)(t), where x(t) and h(t) are plotted below: Hint: Use the dierentiation property of convolution in handout #13b. 2. The deri
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School: Iowa State
Course: Embedde Sys IIntro
9/2/2008 Course Information CprE 288: Introduction to Embedded Systems Akhilesh Tyagi Fall 2008 Iowa State University 1 Instructor Akhilesh Tyagi Contact info: tyagi@iastate.edu, Office Hours: TBA; 391B Durham, or by appointments (send me email) TA Mark T
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Ag & Bio Engr ISU AST 360 Final Name: 12/13/05 CJB Open: 1 sheet Multiple choice: 1 pt. each Show your work: No work = no points 1) An ammeter placed in series with a load will: a r e a d correctly the current through the load. b) shut off almost
School: Iowa State
Stat341 Spring07- Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 4 ( Section 4.1 4.10): Continuous Random Variables and their probability distribution Probability density function f(x)-Properties Probability distribution function F(x)- Properties, how to find, And use
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Course: Intro Chem For Engineers
Study Guide Exam II Chem 155 Fall 2007 1 Exam I will cover portions of chapters 2 (what was not covered on exam I) and 4 (sections 1 & 2 covered in class 10/1) and all of chapter 3 as covered in lecture and recitation. Vocabulary and concepts tha
School: Iowa State
Course: Engineering Economics
IE 305 Fall 2013 Stocks Homework Cover Sheet Correct answers with incomplete work do NOT receive full credit Student Name Instructor Name 1) For each of the stocks, find the closing stock prices on July 5th 2009 (or near that) and on July 5th 2013, and th
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Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Fall 2013, Econ 353 Instructor: Dr Sunanda Roy HW # 2 (Chap 3) (Total 100 pts.) 1) Which of the following statements uses the economists' definition of money? A) Gas costs $3.80 per gallon thats a lot of money! B) Uncle Charlie has a lot of money in his p
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Course: Child
Fall 2011 HDFS 102 Individual and Family Life Development Human Development and Family Studies College of Human Sciences Iowa State University 1210 LeBaron T, Th. 9:30-10:45 a.m. Instructor: Dr. Kere Hughes-Belding 2361 D Palmer Building Graduate Teaching
School: Iowa State
EE/STAT 322: Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Exam 1 - Nov. 08, 2012 Student: You have 75 minutes to finish the problems. The number points for each problem is provided. The perfect score is 100. You are only required to write necess
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Com S 207: Programming Assignment 5 150 Points Due: Dec 06, 11:59PM Late Submission Due: Dec 07, 11:59PM (25% Penalty) In this assignment you will learn about creating a class and using it. For this assignmnet you will write two classes, WeatherRecords, a
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Course: Circuits And Systems In Electronics
EE 230 Exam 1 Spring 2010 NAME _ Instructions: The points allocated to each problem on this exam are as indicated. All work should be included on the exam itself. Attach additional sheets only if you run out of space on a problem. Students may bring 1 pag
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Econ 102 HW assignment #3- Ex. Skipping an econ class- marginal cost- the missing points to your grade M arginal benefit- extra sleep On graph- on horizontal axis days to skip On vertical axis- cost and benefit- can use on homework too
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Chapter Two Data What are Data? Data are values along with their context Data are information collected in a context Values, by themselves, are meaningless Data should answer the "Five W's" Who, What, When, Where, Why, sometimes How Data Table
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Course: Materials Engineering
F=Force Ao=original cross-sectional area L=change in length Lo=original length =strain =stress Ao=area of face parallel to force applied =shear testing y=shear strain =tensile stress =shear stress E=Youngs or elastic modulus G=shear modulus v=Elastic Pois
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Course: C
Chem 167 Notes week 5 Gases (cont.) o Volume V= k/p volume is inversely proportional to pressure V T T = Kelvin, absolute scale VnT/P PV= nRT Ideal Gas Law o Ideal gases follow law and behave ideally o R= 0.08206 (L atm)/(mol k) 8.314 Joules/(mol k)
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School: Iowa State
EE/STAT 322 Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Exam Solutions 03/10/2005 Problem 1. (30 points) Two events A and B have the following probabilities: Pr(A) = 0.5, Pr(B ) = 0.6, Pr(A B ) = 0.3. (a) (6 points) Find Pr(A) and Pr(B ). answe
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Chapter 1 Glossary Accounting A system that collects and processes (analyzes, measures, and records) financial information about an organization and reports that information to decision makers. Accounting Entity The organization for which financial d
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1 Cultures in Transition Cinema in Contemporary Russia, China, and Brazil Lecture 1 Professor Olga Mesropova Iowa State University 2 Brief Chronology of Russian History 1917 October Revolution 1918 1924 Vladimir Ilyich Lenin 1927 1953 Iosif Stal
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Course: Engineering Economics
Chapter 4 Understanding Money and Its Management Nominal and Effective Interest Rates 4.1 (a) Monthly interest rate: i = 12.5% 12 = 1.04% Annual effective rate: ia = (1 + 0.0104)12 - 1 = 13.22% (b) $2,000(1 + 0.0104) 2 = $2,041.82 4.2 Nominal interest ra
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Course: Exam1
Finding the Volume of a Storage Bin A fairly common shape for a dry- solids storage bin is a cylindrical silo with a conical collecting section at the base where the product is removed (see figure below). To calculate the volume of the contents you use th
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2013 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 17 in the class Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Homework is individual work. Ad
School: Iowa State
Course: C
Chem 167 Notes week 5 Gases (cont.) o Volume V= k/p volume is inversely proportional to pressure V T T = Kelvin, absolute scale VnT/P PV= nRT Ideal Gas Law o Ideal gases follow law and behave ideally o R= 0.08206 (L atm)/(mol k) 8.314 Joules/(mol k)
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Course: C
Chem 167 Notes Week 2 Average mass = fi * mi fi = fractional abundance of isotope m = mass Compounds: Two or more elements tightly bound in whole number ratios o Ionic, molecular/covalent Molecule: Discrete group of atoms that are held tightly together by
School: Iowa State
Module1 - 1 Option Explicit Sub test_1_review() Dim name As String, m As Single, b As Single, x As Single, y As Single, x_start As Single Dim x_stop As Single, delta_x '*Review Test 1* 'name is the name of the person using the program 'm is the slope of a
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Course: General Chem
The Wave Nature of Light c=f 400-700nm is visible spectrum Gamma Rays, X rays, UV rays, Visible spectrum, Infrared, Microwaves, Radio waves Quantized Energy and Photons Hot Objects and the Quantization of Energy E=h*v Planck's constant = 6.626 x 10^
School: Iowa State
Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Spring 2014 Homework 7 Due: Friday, March 14 Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to
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Course: Domestic Animal Anatomy And Physiology Lab
AVIAN INTERNAL ANATOMY Esophagus Larynx Crop Laryngeal Cleft Palatine Cleft Infundibular Cleft ID: FUNCTION: Avian Digestive System 1. Palatine cleft (choanal cleft) 2. Infundibular cleft 3. Laryngeal cleft 4. Larynx 5. Crop 6. Proventriculus 7. Ventricul
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Music 102 Intro to music listening Exam 1: prologue, chapters 1-3, class notes Prologue: intro to active listening Hearing- passive act of receiving and registering sounds Music- organized sound and silence Listening- requires your active attention A
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CHAPTER 33 GENDERLECT STYLES Outline I. Introduction. A. Deborah Tannen argues that male-female communication is cross-cultural. B. Miscommunication between men and women is both common and insidious because the parties usually don't realize that th
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1 Klug, Concepts of Genetics 8/e CHAPTER 1 MEDIA REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. The functional unit of heredity is a HINT: These units of inheritance control the pea plant traits that Mendel studied. a. Nucleus Incorrect. The nucleus is not passed on to the nex
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Chapter 3 : Engineering Geometry Engineering geometry is the geometric elements in engineering design, they are the building blocks of engineering design The shape description of an object relates to position of its component geometric in elements in spa
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Chapter 5 : Multiview and Visualization Projection Theory : based on graphically represent 3d objects and structures on 2d media. Projection theory is based upon 2 variables, line of sight(the imaginary ray of light connecting eye and object) and plane o
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Chapter 1 : Introduction To Graphic Communication Engineering design process starts with visualization, then see the problem and then find solutions. Later sketches are made from which geometric models are created and finally 3d models are made 92% of d
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Chapter 2 : Sketching Technical drawing has 3 methods : freehand sketching, mechanical sketching and digital Technical sketching is mostly a freehand sketching that may not represent the object in great detail but it is to capture a particular idea befo
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Chapter 6 : Auxiliary views An auxiliary view is an orthographic view that projected into a plane which is not one of the 6 principal views There are two ways of creating auxiliary views : Fold-Line method : the object is thought be suspended in a glass
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Chapter 4 : Modeling Fundamentals A solid model has information of what is there inside of the model as well as about the surface. Modelers define what is called manifold model where manifold boundary separates a spatial region into what is inside and ou
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Chapter 8 : Section views Sectional views are views to improve clarity of design. They are done in the ideation stage to improve communication. Sectional drawings are multiview drawings that contain reveal interior features. Primary reason to create sec
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Chapter 9 : Dimensioning and Tolerancing Geometrics is the science of specifying and tolerancing the shapes and locations of features. The size information is given by dimensions. A fully defined part has 3 elements : dimensions, graphics and notes. There
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Chapter 7 : Pictorial Projections Axonometric projection is a parallel projection pictorial drawing of an objected created by rotating the object about an axis relative to a projection or pictorial plane The four principal projection techniques are : mu
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11/4/14 Exam Topics Programming ATMega128 I/O modules and functions USART ADC Input capture (Timer/Counter) CprE 288 Introduc3on to Embedded Systems Exam 2 Review In the Normal mode Output compare (Timer/Counter) In the PWM, Normal
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SignalsandSystems:Sample Applications Circuits SpeechSignalProcessing ImageProcessing VideoProcessing MRI(MagneticResonanceImaging) UltraSound RADAR,GPS,etc. Communication(wireless,acoustic,satellite,fiber) ControlSystems AndMore MRI Cellphone 2 RADAR(Rad
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EE 224 Review for nal exam Zhengdao Wang April 21, 2011 The following is a summary of topics in EE 224. 1 Introduction to Signals and Systems 1. Denition of Signals and Systems 2. Cosine and sine functions: frequency/period, amplitude, phase. plotting. Ge
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EE 224: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS I Fourier Transform: Derivation and Examples 1 Fourier Transform: Intuition One Square Pulse = Sum of Sinusoids ? Finite Length Not Periodic We can think of it as having a period that infinite (never repeats) It is a limiting
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R Vin(t) Vin(t) Vin(t) C Vout(t) Vout(t) Vout(t) h() h()x(t ) 0 t x(t ) x() 0 t h()x(t )d = t e d 0 = 1 et , t > 0
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EE 224 Signals and Systems I Concept of Spectrum EE 224 Iowa State University 1 Motivation Decompose signals into simpler signals for conceptual simplication We can then talk about components of signals We can analyze signals to nd its components or mi
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EE 224 Signals and Systems I Properties of Signals: coninuous/discrete periodicity even/odd symmetry energy/power Signal transformations: time shift time reversal time scaling EE 224 Iowa State University 1 Classication of Signals TIME: Continuo
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EE 224 Signals and Systems I Complex numbers sinusodal signals Complex exponentials ejt phasor addition EE 224 Iowa State University 1 Complex Numbers Rectangular Polar z y z r x Good for addition/subtraction Good for multiplication/division z1 = x1 + jy
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Final Review Solutions Due Never 1. Suppose that out of 50 computers, 45 had internet explorer installed, 30 had refox installed, and 35 had chrome installed. (a) What is the probability that a randomly selected computer does not have internet explorer in
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Administrative Stuff HW12 is posted. Due Wed (4/30). Some bonus questions. Have your Final Project graded by 5/2 (Fri 7pm): 1. During your regular lab section this or next week [Most preferred] 2. 5/1 (Thur) 3-4pm or 5/2 (Fri) 6-7pm @ Coover 2050 3. Dur
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Administrative Stuff HW12 is posted. Due Wed (4/30). Some bonus questions. Have your Final Project graded by 5/2 (Fri 7pm): 1. During your regular lab section this or next week [Most preferred] 2. 5/1 (Thur) 3-4pm or 5/2 (Fri) 6-7pm @ Coover 2050 3. Dur
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Administrative Stuff HW12 is posted. Due Wed (4/30). Some bonus questions. Have your Final Project graded by 5/2 (Fri 7pm): 1. During your regular lab section this or next week [Most preferred] 2. 5/1 (Thur) 3-4pm or 5/2 (Fri) 6-7pm @ Coover 2050 3. Dur
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Administrative Stuff HW12 is due now. Have your Final Project graded by 5/2 (Fri 7pm): 1. During your regular lab section this or next week [Most preferred] 2. 5/1 (Thur) 3-4pm or 5/2 (Fri) 6-7pm @ Coover 2050 3. During other lab sections A (T 6-9), B (
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Administrative Stuff HW grading: HW5,6,7,8,10,11,12 by Chan-Ching (cchsu@iastate.edu) HW2,3,4,9 by Samuel (smeue@iastate.edu) HW10 is due now. HW11 will be posted soon. Due Mon (4/21). We have Recitation 10 and Lab 11 this week. State Minimization C
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Administrative Stuff HW grading: HW5,6,7,8,10,11,12 by Chan-Ching (cchsu@iastate.edu) HW2,3,4,9 by Samuel (smeue@iastate.edu) HW10 has been posted. Due Mon (4/14). We have Recitation 9 and Lab 10 this week. Contact the corresponding person for any g
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Administrative Stuff HW11 is posted. Due Mon (4/21). HW grading: HW5,6,7,8,10,11,12 by Chan-Ching (cchsu@iastate.edu) HW2,3,4,9 by Samuel (smeue@iastate.edu) We have Recitation 10 and Lab 11 this week. FSM as an Arbiter Circuit Ch. 6.8 CprE 281: Digi
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Administrative Stuff HW9 has been posted. Due Mon (4/7). Mid-term Exam #2. When and where: Mar. 31 (Mon) in class What: Lec. 1-27 (Chapter 1 - Chapter 5.7) but focus on Lec. 15-27 (Chapter 3 - Chapter 5.7) The exam will be open book and open notes (u
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Administrative Stuff HW9 has been posted. Due Mon (4/7). You should get back your graded Midterm Exam #2 during recitation this week. Score: Ave. 67.5 Max 103 Min 26 Contact the corresponding person for any grading questions: Q.1-Q.2 Luke Q.3-Q.4 Ch
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Alex Nielsen Laird Eng. 150 #4 The Moth Just outside of Coover Hall, there stands a sculpture that everyone has to stop and gaze at. If you are not looking at this piece of art from a correct angle you will only see 3 marble slabs on a brick and concrete
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Rodrigues Nathan Rodrigues Professor Lhi English 150 28 September 2012 Campus Profile: Lecture Program Do you want to know the secrets to life and prosperity? Do you ever wish you could have someone successful who is willing to impart his/her wisdom upon
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Josh Hill RD1 1. Struggling to find food and shelter each day, homeless derelicts press on hoping good fortune will find them and change their lives. They face every day unaware of what the future holds and question how long they can last without consiste
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Lab I.D: 630 Johnson, Rachel WHY MEAT IRRADIATION IS A SAFE AND HEALTHY PROCESS Do you ever wonder if the meat youre ! Irradiation does not make foods radioactive, it making for dinner is safe enough for you to does not change the nutritional quality, nor
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Chapter 2 Multi-objective Optimization Abstract In this chapter, we introduce multi-objective optimization, and recall some of the most relevant research articles that have appeared in the international literature related to these topics. The presented st
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The 2013 International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Communications (ATC'13) Multiuser Scheduling in Two-Way Relay Networks Department Vien Nguyen-Duy-Nhat , Hung Nguyen-Le , Chien Tang-Tan of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, The
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Chapter 12 1. Kay, an art collector, promised Hammer, an art student, that if Hammer could obtain certain rare artifacts within two weeks, Kay would pay for Hammer's postgraduate education. At considerable effort and expense, Hammer obtained the specified
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6.48 A. B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Analytical procedure Inspection of documents Recalculation Inspection of documents External confirmation Inspection of Assets Inspection of Assets Analytical procedure External confirmation Recalculation Inquiry Inqui
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Mustang Golf makes gold clubs and related items The sales manager has developed the following aggregate forecast. Period Forecast 1 600 2 600 3 600 Regular production cost Overtime production cost Regular capacity Overtime capacity Subcontracting cost Sub
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Mustang Golf makes gold clubs and related items The sales manager has developed the following aggregate forecast. Period Forecast 1 600 2 600 3 600 Regular production cost Overtime production cost Regular capacity Overtime capacity Subcontracting cost Sub
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Formulas TC = DC + (Q/2)H + (D/Q)S alternate notation: TC = (A/Q)CP + (Q/2)CH EOQ = (2DS/H)1/2 alternate notation: EOQ = (2 CPA)/ CH) 1/2 alternate notation: SS = zL alternate notation: SS = zD SS = Z(1.25 MAD) alternate notation: Customer Service Level 9
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Quiz 6 Section 6:REFI 10 & 12 1. Unanticipated increases in income property supply (assuming no appreciable effect on income) relative to demand have what effect on cap rates? *a. Increases them b. Decreases them c. It has no effect @ Supply drives proper
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A Framework for CRM (Customer Relationship Management) SCM 485 10/6/14 What is CRM? o Customer Relationship Management o A way to make the customer experience better and manage that for a long period of time How is CRM different/same when compared with o
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In Lieu of Swap: Analyzing Compressed RAM in Mac OS X and Linux Golden G. Richard III University of New Orleans and Arcane Alloy, LLC golden@cs.uno.edu Andrew Case The Volatility Project andrew@dfir.org 2 Who? Professor of Computer Sc
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1 Infosys Case Study Karen L. Williams August 19, 2014 Strategic Human Resource Management GB 520-02N Unit 2 Case Study Infosys Case Study 2 Infosys Case Study Case Study Analysis What is Strategic Human Resources Management and how does it link the peopl
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1 Wal-Mart Stores Karen L. Williams October 7, 2014 GB 519-03N Measurement and Decision Making Wal-Mart Case Study Unit 3 Pages (10) 2 Wal-Mart Stores Introduction Wal-Mart is what is chosen for this analysis. Across the world, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc provid
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Victor Crisostomo Mellia, Writing 4B, 4/15/2014 Every country has its own lifestyles and certain rules that need to be followed. In these local you can choose between two types of different places to live: Rural life or urban life. These two types of plac
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CASE ASSIGNMENT: Ford Motor Co. One Ford; One Big Turnaround In 2006, as the United States was nearing one of the worst economic recessions in its history, Ford Motor Co. was best known for big brawny pickups, gas-guzzling SUVs, and the all-American Musta
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Chinese Economic Report Ying Liu So far the sum of the local GDP have already exceeded national GDP which is abnormal ,people doubt that the statistic analysis and data are inaccuracy . In fact, GDP is no longer the most significant index , but local gove
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Chinese Economic Report 3 Ying Liu So far the Chinese Central Bank announced the national data of social financing at the first time. Guangzhou own 1.38 trillion social financing which is the top 1 in China. In 2013, according to social financing scale of
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Chinese Economic Report 2 Ying Liu Econ387 02 06 2014 This year the national consumption of Spring Festival is around 610.7 billion yuan ,which is increased 13.3% than last year. According to the southern daily reports which released by China's Ministry o
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French Provincial Motifs,typical motifs borrow and adapt from high styles and include lozenges,starts,circles,fruit,flowers,foliage,shells,C and Scrolls,columns, colonnettes, fluting,urns,and lyres.
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Greek or Roman Assignment Three: The focus of this project will be to understand, apply, and/or reinterpret Classical (Greek or Roman) moldings, columns, vaults and ornament. Refer to Harwood Chapters five and six, and study the diagrams of the different
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Spanish Renaissance And Italian Renaissance ARTID355 Ying Liu 12/03/2014 During the Spanish Renaissance period, most floors are of tile,brick,or stone,while wood is typical for upper floors.Knotted-pile rugs with elaborate design and woven mats cover floo
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Personal Design Philosophy and Identity ART355 Ying Liu I have been saw a lots of different style projects from this semester. I and my partner did Roman style residence since ancient roman style is known for its elaborated, massive and beautiful houses a
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Strength Hy-Vee as a high quality grocery store has its own special strengths. One is that Hy-vee is an employee-owned company and a profit share company, which means that the more profit earned the more income the employee will earn. This is great incent
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English 0098 29 March 2012 Sexuality in Society Advertising is a way to persuade people to buy certain product; it uses double meaning material to innovate their products and making it more desirable to the consumer. It is known that marketers have used s
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English 0098 15 February 2012 Single-Sex Schools Diane Urbina argues through her article Single-Sex Schools: An Old Idea Whose Time Has Come that single-sex schools have more advantages over coeducational schools, and they should be accessible to every st
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Running Head: SLEEP DISORDERS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS Sleep Disorders Among College Students 1 2 Abstract Sleep disorders are conditions that affect or disrupt the sleep cycle of a person. They are caused by stress, anxiety, depression, and psychological a
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English 0098 April 26, 2012 Students, Responsible for Learning Casey Banas wrote the article Whats Wrong with Schools? Teacher Plays Student, Learn to Lie and Cheat and he explains how students avoid assignments by lying to their teacher making them to be
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Age Appropriateness between 13-15 of social networking Young teens, ages thirteen to fifteen, should be able to participate in social networks but their access to these networks should be limited to avoid exposure to online sexual solicitation and online
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Marks: 4 Choose ONE of the following two questions. Write a 3-4 paragraph essay answering it. Remember, select a thesis and support it systematically. 1. Compare and contrast traditional copyright law and the creative commons. How do they affect user gene
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Marks: 4 Consider the role of the computer in computer mediated communication. Based on your current knowledge and opinions, explain how the computer shapes one of the following issues: Privacy, intellectual property, globalization, identity and persona,
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Alex Nielsen Assignment #9 Whittle ACCT 384 Although I have never faced an ethical dilemma, I have had numerous opportunities to abuse the power I had, in some positions I have held. I will give a situation I was in where I could have made some money. I a
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I have not even been here at Iowa State for a whole semester and I already know this is exactly where I should stay. In this short time period I have met hundreds of new people, excelled in my college work and I have been involved with philanthropies, the
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Essay Summary Kirk Semple, a writer for the New York Times, with the help of Jeffrey Singer, tells of three men who came to the United States and built successful businesses in Moving to the U.S. and Amassing a Fortune, No English Needed. These men all ma
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1 High Times in Colorado Starting on the first day of January in 2014, recreational marijuana will be legal in the state of Colorado and Washington is not far behind in doing the same. Before one goes passing any judgment, it would be best to be informed
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1 High Times in Colorado On the first day of January next year, recreational marijuana will be legal in the state of Colorado. Washington state will be doing the same shortly after. Before one goes passing any judgment, it would be best to be informed on
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In this English 150 course I learned a lot of things I did not expect to learn. One thing I noticed is that assignments 1-4 were purely about Iowa State University. Over here we were expected to choose either a building from ISU or an ISU program and elab
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Alex Nielsen Eng. 150 Laird #3 Virtual Reality Applications Center The Virtual Reality Applications Center (VRAC) is a research center that works in the development of computer interfaces that support the virtual world. An example of this is that engineer
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Course: Written, Oral, Electronic Composition
Some people think that what we wear is a way to define us. By looking at the clothes someone is wearing it is safe to say you can infer something about them. That something may be good or bad. The time in a persons life where they will be judged to the hi
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Alex Nielsen Ms. McBee English 250 3/9/12 School Uniforms I have chosen the topic question Should school uniforms be used for students? It has often been debated whether or not schools should be able to require their students to wear uniforms. Most kids d
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Alex Nielsen Ms. McBee Eng. 250 2/6/12 Nielsen The Mystery of Feminism Feminism is commonly misunderstood in the world. When an uninformed person hears the term feminist, they usually think of a crazy person who hates men. Well, a feminist is actually som
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Alex Nielsen Ms. McBee English 250 2/27/12 The Worlds Most Interesting These days, ads are popping up everywhere in full force. People come into contact with them every day, whether they want to or not. Magazine advertisements are known for taking up most
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Rodrigues Nathan Rodrigues Professor Lhi English 150 28 September 2012 Rodrigues Campus Profile: Lecture Program Every University has a specific quality that makes it stand out. What makes Iowa State University so unique is its Lecture Program. ISU employ
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Alex Nielsen Team Meetings MGMT 370 Werbler Whether for work, sports, school, or anything else, team meetings play a vital role in the very fabric of many things. I am going to talk about the importance of team meetings and how to conduct effective ones.
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Alex Nielsen Career Profile Paper BUSAD 201 11/6/12 There are many fields of study that I am interested in, but I have decided to talk about accounting. The main reason I chose to write about this topic is that it is my current major. This way I can learn
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Alex Nielsen Interview Paper MGMT 370 Werbel Summary For this paper, I decided to interview the Hall Director of Birch Welch Robert, Joel Hochstein. Joel came to my mind right away because I live in Birch. I had never personally gotten the chance to speak
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Abortion has been a topic of intense debate for many years. It remains to be the topic of discussion for many people because of its close relationship with religious beliefs as well as the value we as a society place on human life. With the advancement of
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Law Abiding Teens If the minimum drinking age in the United States was lowered from 21 to 18, then binge drinking would not be as common as it is currently. Lives of teens are lost all of the time due to binge drinking. Unlike like America, in most Europe
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Jeton Ameti Brandon Krieg WRD 103-416 Law Abiding Teens If the minimum drinking age in the United States was lowered from 21 to 18, then binge drinking would not be as common as it is currently. time due to binge drinking. Lives of teens are lost all of t
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Jeton Ameti Professor Nast Discover-Pets Mid Term Creative grooming is a new kind of competitive event in the US in which the full and curly hair of a poodle is cut, dyed, sculpted, and adorned so as to make the dog resemble other animals or persons. Thus
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Veton Ameti Modern Lit. 5/6 (BAD) November 5, 2012 The Fear of Being Alone There is a time where we all experience isolation are alone at one point of our lives. Unfortunately, many people do not know how to react when they are no longer the center of att
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Shaan Patel Professor Jinks May 20, 2012 Critique Paper The personal photographer's website I chose was Steve McCurry. I chose his website for a few different reasons. He is the photographer I chose when listing my favorite photographer on my photography
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Ameti 3 There are always people who try everything in their power to see others fail. That is why one should always do what they feel is best for themselves and ignore the negatives that other people may bring into their life. In order for someone to achi
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Topic Proposal for individual briefing paper Robert S. Kallen Jet Ameti ECO 398-602 In my paper I will be exploring the effects of the financial regulations in the free market enterprise. Government imposed financial regulations have the potential to caus
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Danny Logarakis Jacqueline Brennan ANI206-501 The Road to Animation Censorship Animation started as an art of various colors and frames and during the early 1930s it shifted its way into what its designers call The Golden Era. An animated film is easily d
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Olivia Tortorice Period 12/13 Mr. Meyers Seeing someone who is close to you having to suffer in the last month they are able to live is a rough experience. They could either pick to end their pain, or continue on with unhappiness. There are many controver
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9/2/2008 Course Information CprE 288: Introduction to Embedded Systems Akhilesh Tyagi Fall 2008 Iowa State University 1 Instructor Akhilesh Tyagi Contact info: tyagi@iastate.edu, Office Hours: TBA; 391B Durham, or by appointments (send me email) TA Mark T
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Course: Biochemistry
Lecture 1: Introductory Concepts Monday, August 24 Reading assignment: Chapter 1 Overview th - De nition of life systems - General description of biochemistry - Chemical functional groups - Introduction to biomolecules four classes of monomer and poly
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ME 421 Dynamic Systems and Control Fall 2006 Qingze Zou qzzou@iastate.edu, 294-9354, 2022 Black IOWA S TATE U NIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Department of Department of Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lab Information Location: Black 00
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10/30/14 Overview CprE 288 Introduc5on to Embedded Systems (Programming Style, Doxygen, SVN) Instructors: Dr. Zhao Zhang Dr. Phillip Jones hMp:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 1 Announcement Announcements Homework 8:
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CprE 288 Quick intro for compiling C in Linux Instructor: Dr. Phillip Jones http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 1 Overview Compile C code in Linux Linux Basics Logging in to Linux boxes from off-campus http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 2 Open a file
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12/5/14 AVR Interrupt Processing 1. Exceptional Control Flow 2. Connecting interrupt source and ISR: Vector Table 3. Writing ISR functions CprE 288 Introduc3on to Embedded Systems Interrupt Processing Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones D
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11/19/14 Announcements CprE 288 Introduc4on to Embedded Systems ATmega128 Assembly Programming: Transla4ng C If Statements Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zhao Zhang HW10 due on Dec. 1 (Monday) HW11 due on De
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12/1/14 Major Classes of Assembly Instructions Data Movement Move data between registers Move data in & out of SRAM Dierent addressing modes CprE 288 Introduc2on to Embedded Systems Assembly Programming with Loops
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12/1/14 Announcements HW11 is due on Fri 12/5 Project demo is due next week Earlier demo this week is encouraged CprE 288 Introduc3on to Embedded Systems ATmega128 Assembly Programming: Transla3ng C Control Statem
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10/20/14 Overview of Todays Lecture Announcements Output Compare and Pulse Wave Modula4on (PWM) CprE 288 Introduc4on to Embedded Systems (Output Compare and PWM) Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zhao Zhang 1
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10/7/2014 Announcements Exam 1: In class this Thursday 10/9 Lab this week: Lab 6, ADC IR distance CprE 288 Introduction to Embedded Systems (Analog-to-Digital Converter) Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zhao Zhang Last update: 2/25/2013 http:/class.ece.iastate.edu
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11/4/14 Announcements CprE 288 Introduc3on to Embedded Systems ATmega128 Assembly Programming: Moving Data & Control Flow HW10 due Wed April 30th Everyone should now be assigned a team Check your SVN project member
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10/13/14 Overview of Todays Lecture Announcements Input Capture Review CprE 288 Introduc5on to Embedded Systems (Timers/Input Capture) Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zhao Zhang 1 hRp:/class.ece.iastate
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11/4/14 Announcements ATMEGA128 Architecture and Assembly Programming Intro Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zhao Zhang hEp:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 Homework 9 will not be collected or graded Exam 2 on Nov.
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9/30/14 Announcement HW5 due on Friday 10/3 Exam 1 on Thursday 10/9 Lab 5: UART Serial communica6on CprE 288 Introduc6on to Embedded Systems (UART Interface Overview) Instructors: Dr. Phillip Jones Dr. Zha
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2/2/2015 Overview Announcements BitwiseOperations Set,clear,toggleandinvertbits Shiftbits Testbits CprE 288 IntroductiontoEmbeddedSystems I/OPorts Lab3 Instructors: Dr.Akhilesh Tyagi Dr.PhillipJones http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 1 http:/class
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1/27/2015 CprE 288 IntroductiontoEmbeddedSystems Instructors: Dr.PhillipJones Dr.Akhilesh Tyagi http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 FUNCTIONCALLS 1 http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 Overview FunctionCalls(shortintro) Announcements FunctionCalls(Chapte
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2/13/2015 CprE 288 IntroductiontoEmbeddedSystems Instructors: Dr.PhillipJones Dr.Akhilesh Tyagi http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 ISR(INTERRUPTSERVICEROUTINES) 1 Overview http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 4 InterruptServiceRoutine Announcements Interr
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2/11/2014 CASE STUDY I:LCDCLOCK LCDCLOCK SPECIFICATION How to describe a system? Your laboratory descriptions. a bit too specific! English based description might be too verbose and ambiguous. The Digital Wall Clock The clock should be displayed as HH:MM
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1/20/2015 CprE 288 IntroductiontoEmbeddedSystems (C:History,Variables,Arrays,andStrings) Instructors: Dr.Akhilesh Tyagi Dr.PhillipJones http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 HISTORYOFC 1 Overview http:/class.ece.iastate.edu/cpre288 4 HistoryofC Cwasdevelope
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Course: Electric Circuits
EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Lecture 1 Examples of Electronic Systems Previously Covered EE 230 Labs Each lab group has TWO students Each student submits one lab report Reports due a week later to the TA (present in the Lab sessions) One lab pe
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Course: Electric Circuits
EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Lecture 3 Background Review (Part 2) 1 Any instrument or black box can be modeled with Thevenin/Norton equivalent circuit. Thevenin- Norton Conversion 2 Thevenin Equivalent Reading Assignment: A common method: Revie
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EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Lecture 2 Background Review (Part 1) 1 Review of KVL and KCL Kirchhoffs Current Law states that algebraic sum of all currents at any node is ZERO Sum of currents in = Sum of currents out current out is positive KC
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EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Lecture 5 Frequency Domain Analysis & Transfer Functions 9/9/2011 Lecture 7 Review: Frequency Domain Circuit Analysis v ( t ) =Vm cos ( wt +f ) 2p w = =2p f T f t =w 180o ( # degrees ) = ( # radians ) p 9/9/2011 Lec
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EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Instructor: Dr. Santosh Pandey 2126 Coover Hall Phone: 294-7504 pandey@iastate.edu Office hours: M W F 4:10pm-5:00pm Or by appointment (email) Announcements No lab this week. Lab starts the 2nd week of the semester.
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Course: Electric Circuits
EE 230: Electronic Circuits and Systems Lecture 4 Types of Signals Reading Assignment: Chapter 1 (Sections 1.1 to 1.3) Sedra/Smith Textbook 1 For Circuits with dependent sources or Loop Analysiswhich Node one? If the dependent source depends on a VOLTAGE,
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Course: Introduction To Data Structures.
CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 13 Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Note. You will nd the code given here on Blackboard (GenericSortingExample). The Comparable Interface On Monday we saw that we can convert a sorting method for int arrays into
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 12 Monday, February 9, 2015 Partitioning Here is the partition algorithm from last lecture. PARTITION(arr,first,last) / Use the last element as the pivot. pivot = arr[last] i = first - 1 for j = first to las
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 9 Monday, February 2, 2015 Array Equality, Continued The next page shows the pseudocode that we saw at the end of last lecture, annotated with the worst case number of times each step is executed. 1 #Times p
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 11 Friday, February 6, 2015 Merge Sort Merge sort relies on the observation that it is possible to merge two sorted arrays into one sorted array in linear time. The algorithm is recursive: Input 8 7 3 5 2 1
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 10 Wednesday, February 4, 2015 A Hierarchy or Running Times We can establish a rough hierarchy of function classes based on their relative growth rates. Constant, O(1), functions dont grow at all. Logarith
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 8 Friday, January 30, 2015 Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms There are several ways to compare algorithms. Possible criteria are: Speed Amount of memory Amount of network bandwidth use Ease of imple
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 6 Monday, January 26, 2015 Overriding the clone() Method An alternative to writing our own (ad hoc cloning) method is to override Javas Object.clone() method. The default implementation of clone() creates a
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 7 Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Lifetimes of Variables A local variable i.e., one declared within a method is gone forever as soon as the method in which it is declared nishes executing. (If it references an
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 5 Friday, January 23, 2015 Primitive Types and Object Types A Java primitive type variable is literally a memory location that stores the value of that variable. Java has 8 primitive types: 1. byte: 8-bit si
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CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 3 Friday, January 16, 2015 Recap Java interfaces formalize and enforce the separation of interface from implementation that is one of the benets of encapsulation. Using interfaces allows us to reduce couplin
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Course: Introduction To Data Structures.
CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 4 Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Recap: Static Type Checking & Dynamic Binding At compile time, Java uses static type checking. That is, it checks for type errors using the static types of the variables, not th
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Course: Introduction To Data Structures.
CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 2 Wednesday, January 14, 2014 Modularity and Abstraction Recall our example from last lecture. public interface IntCollection cfw_ void add(int k); / adds a new integer to the set boolean contains(int k); /
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Course: Introduction To Data Structures.
CS 228: Introduction to Data Structures Lecture 1 Monday, January 12, 2015 Administrative Stuff All you need to know about & do for this class is on Blackboard Learn: https:/bb.its.iastate.edu/ This includes: Syllabus Assignments and assignment submissi
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L13. Exam Review and Problem Discussion Feb. 11, 2015 Goals. Review some problems from HW 3, and solve a few other problems for practice if time permits. Example. Solve the simultaneous congruences x 3 (mod 6) x 5 (mod 35) x 7 (mod 143) Solution.
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L11. Chinese Remainder Theorem (4.3) Feb. 6, 2015 Goals: To solve systems of linear congruences in one variables by using the Chinese Remainder Theorem. The Chinese Remainder Theorem. Let m1 , m2 , . . . , mr be pairwise relatively prime positive
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L12. System of Linear Congruences (4.5) Feb. 9, 2015 Goals: To solve systems of linear congruences in many variables. Recall. Let m1 , m2 , m3 > 0. For a1 , a2 , a3 Z, if m1 , m2 , m3 are relatively prime, then we can x a1 (modm1 ) x a2 (modm2 )
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Course: Number Theory.
Math 350 L6. Factorization Methods and Fermat Numbers (3.6) and Linear Diophantine Equations (3.7) Jan. 28, 2015 Goals. Introduce the Fermats factorization method, Fermat numbers, and the concept of a diophantine equation. Fermat factorization of odd inte
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L9. Congruences and Modular Arithmetic (4.1) Feb. 2, 2015 Congruences Denition 0.1 Let m be a positive integer. If a and b are integers, we say that a is congruent to b modulo m if m|(a b), which is written by a b (mod m). If m does not divide (a
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Math350 L5. The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic (3.5) Jan. 26, 2015 Goals. To understand the fundamental theorem of arithmetic and the multiplicative structure of Z. The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Every positive integer greater than 1 can be wri
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Math350 L10. Linear Congruences (4.2) Feb 4, 2015 and Chinese Remainder Theorem (4.3) Goals: To nd solutions to linear congruences, and to solve systems of linear congruences in one variables by using the Chinese Remainder Theorem. Denition. For a, b Z, a
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L0. Preliminaries (Chap. 1) January 12, 2015 Review. Well-ordering property, Algebraic numbers, Mathematical induction Well-ordering principle.: Every non-empty set of positive integers has a least element. That is, For every set S Z+ , there exis
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Course: Number Theory.
Math350 L1. Divisibility (1.5) January 14, 2015 Goals. To learn the concept of divisibility of one integer by another, and to study the multiplicative structure of the integers. Denition. (Divisibility) We say that a divides b or a is a divisor of b, or b
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Math350 L2. Prime Numbers (3.1) and Distribution of Primes (3.2) Jan. 16, 2015 Questions. What are the primes and composites? How to determine if a given integer n is prime or composite? Denition. (Prime number) A prime is a positive integer greater than
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Math350 L3. Greatest Common Divisors (3.3) Jan 21, 2015 Goals. To learn more about the greatest common divisors of tuples of integers. Theorem. For any positive integer n, there are at least n consecutive composites. Proof. Consider the n consecutive posi
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Math350 L4. The Euclidean Algorithm (3.4) Jan. 23, 2015 Goals. To compute gcds and express them as a linear combination of the integers by using Euclidean algorithm. Theorem. Given a, b Z, the gcd (a, b) is unique. Proof. Because we dene gcd as the greate
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Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Spring 2013 Midterm II, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Part A: (Multiple Choice) Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. Each question is worth 4 points. Total 12 x 4 = 48 pts. 1.
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Course: Computer Organization And Design
Initials: _ CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Fall 2013 Exam 2 Last Name (printed) _ First Name (printed) _ Lab Section _ Note: The solutions are provided for your self-study. Do NOT keep or distribute the solutions. Delete you
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Course: Organizatnal Behavr
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR QUIZ #9 Possible Questions Motivation 1. We watched two video clips and discussed how they each illustrated one of the three components of expectancy theory (from Take the Lead (dance clip) and Facing the Giants (football clip). Ex
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EE/STAT 322: Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Examination Prof. Zhengdao Wang Feb. 21, 2003 1. (6 points) Let A and B be any two events and P (A) and P (B) be their probabilities. Show that P (A B) P (A) + P (B). You may use Venn dia
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EM 274 Exam 2 Spring 2012 Solutions 1. A system consists of two weightless members as shown. 3.0 ft y All the pin connections are smooth. x D 90 lb/ft A B C 4 ft 3.6 ft (20 pts.) (i) Determine the x- and y-components of the reaction at pin A on bar ABC. +
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Course: Money, Banking, And Financial Institutions
Money, Banking, and Financial Markets (Econ 353) Final Exam May 9, 2002 Name_ Univ. Id #_ Note: Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points. The bonus question is worth 5 points. Problems 26, 27, and 28 carry 10, 10, and 8 points, respectively. MULTIP
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I selected two of the statically indeterminate problems from old sample exams A and B. It is important that the two major steps are identied: 1. Step 1 a. Draw FBD b. Establish the equations of equilibrium 2. Step 2 a. Draw deformation diagram b. Establi
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Econ 353, Fall 2013 Midterm I, Total points 100 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Name: _ ID# _ Choose the option that best completes the statement or best answers the question. All questions are worth the same. 1. Which of the following are traded in money markets
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Course: Introduction To Materials Engineering
Last Name _ First Name _ ID Number _ You may choose answer (G) I dont know and receive 1 point! Questions 1-22: (5 points each) 1. Name the plane illustrated: A) (1 1 1) B) (1 1 0) C) (1 1 0) D) (0 1 1) E) (1 1 0) F) (1 0 0) origin 2. Name the direction i
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Ag & Bio Engr ISU AST 360 Final Name: 12/13/05 CJB Open: 1 sheet Multiple choice: 1 pt. each Show your work: No work = no points 1) An ammeter placed in series with a load will: a r e a d correctly the current through the load. b) shut off almost
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Stat341 Spring07- Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 4 ( Section 4.1 4.10): Continuous Random Variables and their probability distribution Probability density function f(x)-Properties Probability distribution function F(x)- Properties, how to find, And use
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Course: Intro Chem For Engineers
Study Guide Exam II Chem 155 Fall 2007 1 Exam I will cover portions of chapters 2 (what was not covered on exam I) and 4 (sections 1 & 2 covered in class 10/1) and all of chapter 3 as covered in lecture and recitation. Vocabulary and concepts tha
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EE/STAT 322: Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Exam 1 - Nov. 08, 2012 Student: You have 75 minutes to finish the problems. The number points for each problem is provided. The perfect score is 100. You are only required to write necess
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Course: Circuits And Systems In Electronics
EE 230 Exam 1 Spring 2010 NAME _ Instructions: The points allocated to each problem on this exam are as indicated. All work should be included on the exam itself. Attach additional sheets only if you run out of space on a problem. Students may bring 1 pag
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Course: Materials Engineering
F=Force Ao=original cross-sectional area L=change in length Lo=original length =strain =stress Ao=area of face parallel to force applied =shear testing y=shear strain =tensile stress =shear stress E=Youngs or elastic modulus G=shear modulus v=Elastic Pois
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EE/STAT 322 Probabilistic Methods for Electrical Engineers Midterm Exam Solutions 03/10/2005 Problem 1. (30 points) Two events A and B have the following probabilities: Pr(A) = 0.5, Pr(B ) = 0.6, Pr(A B ) = 0.3. (a) (6 points) Find Pr(A) and Pr(B ). answe
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1. Wise's Corner Grocer had the following current account values. What effect did the change in net working capital have on the firm's cash flows for 2012? A. net use of cash of $37 B. net use of cash of $83 C. net source of cash of $83 D. net source of c
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Question 1 1 out of 1 points Strategies of marketing that fit postmodern "fragmentation of narratives" include Answer ; Selected Answer: targeting niche markets. Correct Answer: targeting niche markets. Question 2 1 out of 1 points Rules for dress that a
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Course: Introduction To Materials Engineering
Last Name_ First Name_ ID number_ Answer (G) I dont know and receive 1 point (3 max)! Questions 1-22 (5 points each) 1. Which of the following is the correct mer unit for polyvinylchloride? A) F F | | -CC| | F F B) H H | | -C - C| | H Cl C) H | -C | H H |
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Question 1 1 out of 1 points Ageism derives in part from Answer Select A. ed disgust for old people's bodies and Answ lack of effort to try to find them interesting er: or attractive in any way. Corre A. ct disgust for old people's bodies and Answ lack of
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Biochemistry 404 Exam 1. 9/20/04 Name_ Please mark your answers on the answer sheet provided. There is intended to be only one answer for each question. If you feel that more than one answer is correct, choose the one that "best" answers the question. PLE
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Last Name_ First Name_ ID number_ 9. Calculate the stress concentration factor for a 0.1 m long internal crack with a crack tip radius of 10 ? A) 4.4 C) 200 E) 10 B) 14 D) 0.02 F) 20 You may choose answer (G) I dont know and receive 1 point (3x max)! 10.
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JumptoNavigationFrame Yourlocation:AssessmentsViewAllSubmissionsViewAttempt ViewAttempt1of1 Title: Chapter9Quiz Started: March31,200911:56PM Submitted: April1,200912:00AM Timespent: 00:03:30 Totalscore: 36/40=90% Totalscoreadjustedby0.0 Maximumpossiblesco
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Course: Law
Accounting 215 Exam 3 Fall 2001 60 points L. Curtis True/False Questions: True = A; False = B 1. In a standard principal-agent relationship, the principle has the right to control the actions of the agent. (True) 2. In general, there must be a written agr
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Course: Envir &resourc Econ
Solutions to Term Exam 1 Exam 1 Definitions: 1. a) Please refer to problem set 1 solutions. b) Please refer to Field. 2. a) Please refer to problem set 1 solutions. b) Please refer to Field. True-False Questions: 1.F 2.F 3.F 4.F 5.F 6.T 7.T 8.T Analytic Q
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Course: Biochemistry
Prokaryotic cells cells that do not have organelles, or nucleus Eukaryotic cells cells that have organelles, nucleus Cell plasma membrane a wall around the cell that controls what enters/leaves cells Mitochondria organelles that contain many enzy
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Solutions for Sample Examination Problems Cpr E 281 1. (a) X 0 0 1 1 Y 0 1 0 1 (X+Y)(X+Y) 0 1 0 1 (b) X 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Y 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 Z 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 XY+YZ+ZX 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2. 3. (a) f = XY + XY (b) f = (X+Y)(X+Y) 4. (a) P1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
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Course: ME 370
ME 370 Practice Exam 2 Fall 2010 ME 370: Engineering Measurements and Instrumentation Fall 2010 Practice Exam 2 Name:_ Section:_ NOTE: This is a practice exam, it, by no means, should be identical to the real exam. It is solely used for practice purpose,
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Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Dept. Iowa State University 11/16/06 SKW TSM 363 - Exam 3 1 - 8 ! x 11 formula sheet (both sides) h Multiple Choice: 2 points each (40%) 1) To use a thermostat to control a heater, connect to common and close
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ENGR 160 Exam 2 Spring '03 Name Section # ENGR. PROBLEMS PROGRAMMING TOTAL: /50 /50 /100 DIRECTIONS: The reference sheet plus one extra page of notes may be consulted during the exam. Print your name on all pages. Express all answers with proper s
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Course: Anthropology
A nthropology Final Exam Study Guide 1. What is culture? What are the 4 defining features of culture Culture is a complex whole that includes beliefs, art, and law. 4 defining features of cultures Shared: makes individual actions intelligible to others Le
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Course: Organic Chemistry I Lab
Question 1 How many signals are expected in the 13C NMR spectrum for the compound shown below? Answer a. 5 b. 4 c. 6 d. 3 e. 7 Question 2 What information can be gained from the integration (or intensity) of 1H NMR signals? Answer a. The exact number of p
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Geothermal Gradient- The rate in change in temperatures with depth Partial Melting- The melting in a rock of the minerals with the lowest melting temperature while other minerals remain solid Fractional Crystallization- The process by which a magma b
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Course: Law
18. Only the Congress of the United States could legally amend the Constitution of the United States by passing a law in conflict with its terms. T/F (F) 19. In federal civil cases involving more than $20 damages, defendants have a right to a jury trial.
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Accounting 284 1. Final Exam Spring 2006 Matlock Company reported total sales revenue of $55,000 and total expenses amounting to $45,000 (i.e., net income $10,000) on its income statement for the year ended December 31, 2005. During 2005, accounts receiva
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PHYSICS 222 SPRING 2013 EXAM 1: February 20, 2013; 8:15pm10:15pm Name (printed): _ Recitation Instructor: _ Section #_ INSTRUCTIONS: This exam contains 25 multiple-choice questions plus 2 extra credit questions, each worth 3 points. Choose one answer only
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Review Test Submission: Final Exam BIOL 255 Section-A (Fall 2011) https:/bb.its.iastate.edu/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?. Review Test Submission: Final Exam Review Test Submission: Final Exam User Kelsey Mager Course BIOL 255 Section-A (Fall 2011
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Econ 101, Sections 4 and 5, S09 Schroeter Final Exam, Red Choose the single best answer for each question. Do all of your scratch work in the margins or on the back of the last page. 1. Which of the following phrases best captures the notion of efficiency
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Option Explicit Sub HWset31() 'Program to convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, Rankine, and Kelvin Dim x As Single, y As Single, z As Single, A As Single Open ("C:\Documents and Settings\output values.txt") For Output As 1 Print #1, "F", "C
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1. Wise's Corner Grocer had the following current account values. What effect did the change in net working capital have on the firm's cash flows for 2012? A. net use of cash of $37 B. net use of cash of $83 C. net source of cash of $83 D. net source of c
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Course: Organic Chemistry I Lab
Question 1 Which of the following halogens is most reactive under radical reaction of alkanes? Answer a. F2 b. Br2 c . C l2 d. I2 Question 2 How many mono-chlorinated organic product(s) will form in the reaction of 3-ethyl-2-methylpentane with Cl2 in pres
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Course: Organic Chemistry I Lab
Question 1 Examine the compounds shown below . W hich pair of compounds can be easily distinguished using infrared spectroscopy? Question 2 W hich one of the following statements concerning TLC in this experiment is true? Answer a. The neutral compound (R
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1. Last year, which is used as the base year, a firm had cash of $52, accounts receivable of $218, inventory of $509, and net fixed assets of $1,107. This year, the firm has cash of $61, accounts receivable of $198, inventory of $527, and net fixed assets
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Course: Business Law
ACCT 215, Hashmi, Fall 2007, TEST 3A Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Dale and Elin sign a contract that intentionally confers a benefit on Flo. Flo's rights under the
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Course: Integrated Electronics
EE 330 Exam 1 Spring 2011 Name_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Instructions: Students may bring 1 page of notes (front and back) to this exam. There are 8 questions and 6 problems. The points allocated to each question and each problem are as indicated. Please
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Course: Enbeded System
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 6 Due Thu. Oct. 11 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. La
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Course: Embedded Systems
Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 6 Due Wednesday, June 18th Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship. See http:/cata
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Course: Moneybankfin Inst
Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Dr. Sunanda Roy Homework # 3 Answer Key Total Score is 30 points. Your score will be scaled to totally 100 points. 1a)(2pts). An asset pays $1,100 at the end of year 1, $1,210 at the end of year 2, and $1,331 at the end of
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Full Name CprE 288 HW6 Due June 29, 2012 Question 1 Answer the following short questions after read the following documents: AVR Instruction Set Manual o Information about all assembly instructions o Skim the contents AVR Assembler User Guide o Informatio
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Fall 2013, Econ 353 Instructor: Dr Sunanda Roy HW # 1 (Chap 2) (Total 100 pts) Q1. Specify each of the following as an example of direct or indirect finance (10 pts) a. You take out a mortgage from your local bank. Ans: Indirect b. You lend $2500 to a fri
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Course: Engineering Economics
IE 305 Spring Solutions for Homework 1
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HW#2 Solutions Lecture 4 1. (a) a 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 b 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 c 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 a+c 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 (a+c).a 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 b 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 b.c 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 (a+c).a + b.c 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 (a+b) (a+b).c 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0
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EE 224, Signals and Systems I, Fall 2010 HW #13 due December 2, 2010 1. A signal x(t) and an impulse response h(t) are dened as x(t) = sinc(2 t), h(t) = sinc(t) cos(3 t). Dene the system output y (t) = (x h)(t). (a) Find CTFT Y F ( ) of y (t). (b) Find a
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Homework 2 STAT 447 Fall 2013 Due 9/12 (R) Name _ PROBLEM 1 (30 pts) Let [ X = 1] denote the event that a person is ultimately determined by experts with certainty to have diabetes , and Let [ X = 0] denote the event that a person is ultimately determined
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STATISTICS 500 Fall 2009 Homework 1 DUE DATE: on campus Friday, 4 Sept 2009, in lecture (11 am) off campus Tuesday, 8 Sept 2009, by 4 pm to Nicole Rembert, email: rembeall@iastate.edu or FAX: 515-294-4040 (please include cover page with Stat 500 / Nicole
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Econ 353, Fall 2013 Instructor: Sunanda Roy Homework # 5 (Chap 6 and 7) Electronic files or multiple unstapled sheets will not be accepted. Please show your work and explain your answer. Only partial credit will be given for correct answers if work is not
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Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Summer 2014 Homework 2 Due Tue, May 27 (11:59pm on Blackboard) Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integrity of scholarship.
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Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 5 Due Thu. Oct. 4 in the class Notes: Start early on homework. Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Lat
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Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2012 Homework 7 Due Thu. Oct. 18 in the class Notes: Start early on homework Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Late homework is accepted within three days from the due
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Physics 222, Fall 2010 Homework #7 Due Tuesday, October 12 1) (a) Calculate the current through each ideal battery in sketch below. Assume that R1 = 1.0 , R2 = 2.0 , 1 = 2 V and 2 = 3 = 4.0 V. (b) Calculate Va Vb. Physics 222, Fall 2010 Homework #7 Due Tu
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Economics 380 J. Miranowski Fall 2013 Answer Key to Problem Set III 1. Are we running out of natural resources? Distinguish between amenity, environmental, and commodity resources. We show no evidence of economically exhausting commodity resources, which
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EE 224, Signals and Systems I, Fall 2010 HW #11 due November 11, 2010 1. Compute the continuous-time (CT) convolution y (t) = (x h)(t), where x(t) and h(t) are plotted below: Hint: Use the dierentiation property of convolution in handout #13b. 2. The deri
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IE 305 Fall 2013 Stocks Homework Cover Sheet Correct answers with incomplete work do NOT receive full credit Student Name Instructor Name 1) For each of the stocks, find the closing stock prices on July 5th 2009 (or near that) and on July 5th 2013, and th
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Fall 2013, Econ 353 Instructor: Dr Sunanda Roy HW # 2 (Chap 3) (Total 100 pts.) 1) Which of the following statements uses the economists' definition of money? A) Gas costs $3.80 per gallon thats a lot of money! B) Uncle Charlie has a lot of money in his p
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Econ 102 HW assignment #3- Ex. Skipping an econ class- marginal cost- the missing points to your grade M arginal benefit- extra sleep On graph- on horizontal axis days to skip On vertical axis- cost and benefit- can use on homework too
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Finding the Volume of a Storage Bin A fairly common shape for a dry- solids storage bin is a cylindrical silo with a conical collecting section at the base where the product is removed (see figure below). To calculate the volume of the contents you use th
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Physics 101 Homework 6 Due February 23 Name #_ (You must show your work or explain your answers to get full credit, simply writing a numerical answer is not sufficient. You can type your solutions on this file, or write them on a separate page, or you can
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HW4 EE 448 Introduction to AC Circuits and Motors Due Wednesday November 28, 5:00 pm Answers must be accurate to within 3 significant figures! Problem 1: Your goal is to design a power delivery system that delivers power to a 5 load. The load will be at t
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EE 201 Homework set K Due: Dec. 9, 2013 Name_ Sec _ ! ! 46. Calculated the required frequency in each circuit. ! a. In the circuit below Vs = 5V cost. Find the frequency (f not ) for which the magnitude of vo is 2 V. Calculate the phase of vo at t
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EE 224, Signals and Systems I, Fall 2010 HW #1 due Thursday, September 2, 2010 1. Problem P-2.1 on p. 31 of the textbook. 2. Problem P-2.2 on p. 31 of the textbook. 3. Problem P-2.3 on p. 31 of the textbook. 4. Find the even and odd components of the foll
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EE 201 Homework set A Due: Sept. 4, 2013 Name_ Sec _ You can put your work and answer directly on these sheets. If you need extra sheet in order to show all your work, be sure to attach those also. Be sure to include your supporting work! Remember: A
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Assignment 3 Fall 2013 MIS 207 Section 4 Due: Wed 10/23/13 Description: You will be using completing a partially-written main method that will need to create a blank playing board and list the position, direction, and length of 5 random ships. You will ne
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EE 230 Spring 2013 Homework 2 solutions 1. Design an inverting op-amp circuit for which the gain is - 10 V/V and the total resistance used is 150 k. R2=1500/11 k R1=150/11 k + - Vo Vi R Vo 10 2 R2 10R1 Vi R1 R1 R2 150 K R1 150 1500 , R2 11 11 2. The ci
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HW2 EE 448 Introduction to AC Circuits and Motors Due Wednesday October 31, 5:00 pm Answers must be accurate to within 3 significant figures! Problem 1: Assume that you have a DC motor with the following magnetization curve over the operation range of int
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Econ 353 Money, Banking, and Financial Institutions Dzmitry Asinski Spring 2006 Homework Assignment 1 answers. Due: Thursday, January 19. 1. (2 points) Explain the functions of money and the problems of barter that each overcomes. There are three function
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Solution to Assignment 1 Convenience Assignment It is easiest to plant one variety on 18 plots on one side of the field and the other variety on the 18 plots on the other side. Below is a picture of such and assignment and the yields, in bushels per acre
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1.21 A 2-lb sample of an unknown liquid occupies a volume of 62.6 in.3 For the liquid determine (a) the specific volume, in ft3/lb, and (b) the density, in lb/ft3. KNOWN: Volume and mass of an unknown liquid sample. FIND: Determine (a) the specific volume
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Dylan Reid IE 305 Spring 2007 Stocks Homework Answer Sheet Instructor: Dave Sly Due: Thursday, April 19th, 2007 1) For each of the stocks, find the opening stock price in Jan 1, 2003 (or near that) and then the price today. Now compute the average
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Spring 2012 HW 5 Solutions Problem 1 Design an 8K resistor in the ON 0.5u CMOS process. Use Poly 1 for the resistor. The widthlength ratio of an imaginary box contacting on 4 sides but enclosing the resistor should have a W/L ratio of between 1:2 and 2:1.
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EE 201 Homework set F Due: Oct. 18, 2013 Name_ Sec _ 26. In each of the two circuits below, nd the indicated voltage. Give some thought to which analysis method you choose to use. R2 2 k! iR2 R1 1 k! R3 VS + 12 V R4 1 k! + R5 3 k! vR5 = _ 3 k! Id
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STAT 226 Homework 1 Due Tuesday, February 5th in Class SHOW ALL YOUR WORK FOR FULL CREDIT! PRINT AND TURN IN JMP OUTPUT AS INDICATED! Carefully read the Homework Guidelines that can be found on the course web page for all Stat 226 sections (see a
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Homework Problem 7.4 Problem Objective: Use of design-stage uncertainty analysis to determine the best experimental method, and then to compare its predicted uncertainty to that attained by multiplemeasurement uncertainty analysis. Statement: A new compos
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CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Homework #2 Assigned: September 1 Due: September 8 (9:00am) [Note from Joe: This assignment checks your conceptual understanding of MIPS assembly as covered in class.] Reading: Patterson & Henn
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Chelsea Iennarella 1/19/11 AnS 226: HW : Calf Preconditioning and Handling Homework Spring, 2011 The purpose of this homework is to facilitate a review of the concept and practices of preconditioning, and to study best operating procedures regarding cattl
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HW2 solution Problem 1. Extrapolating the data from Figure 1.4, predict the transistor count of a microprocessor in 2016. Solution 6 to 12 billion Problem 2. Sketch a transistor-level schematic for CMOS 4-input NOR gate. Solution A B C D Y A B C D Problem
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CprE 488 Embedded Systems Design Homework 4, Fall 2005 Name: Brad Smith Lab Section: Tuesday 6-9 1. [10] Q3-25. Assume that a system has a two-level cache: The level 1 cache has a hit rate of 90% and the level 2 cache has a hit rate of 97%. The leve
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EE 201 Homework set A Due: May 29, 2014 Name_ Sec _ ! You can put your work and answer directly on these sheets. If you need extra sheet in order to show all your work, be sure to attach those also. Be sure to include your supporting work! ! 1. Cu
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CprE 381 Computer Organization and Assembly Level Programming Fall 2013 Homework #11 Assigned: Sunday Nov 24 Due: Friday December 6, Midnight Notes: Do this weeks reading before you start on the homework. Complete the assignment electronically and submi
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Stat 330 Homework 9 Solution Spring 2012 1. Cars arrive at a city ATM according to a Poisson process with average rate of 4 cars every 15 minutes. The time each customer spends on bank transactions is Exponential with the average time of 3 minutes. When a
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Physics 101 Homework 6 Due October 17 Name #_ (You must show your work or explain your answers to get full credit, simply writing a numerical answer is not sufficient. You can type your solutions on this file, or write them on a separate page, or you can
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H omework P roblem 4 .10 P roblem O bjective: S tatement: T he pressure t ap on the surface of a heat exchanger tube is connected via flexible tubing t o a pressure transducer. B oth t he t ubing and t he t ransducer behave as second-order systems. T he n
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AnS 226: HW 3 - - Calf Preconditioning and Handling Homework Spring, 2008 The purpose of this homework is to facilitate a review of the concept and practices of preconditioning, and to study best operating procedures regarding cattle handling. For re
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Homework 10 (Due: Apr. 19) T otal 50 points Please write on your homework the name s and e ffort pe rce ntage s of both group members and the group ID. Please staple your homework into a single copy. Important: I will stop collecting homeworks 5 minutes a
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Sylvia R. King Jean A. Anderson Assignment #1 August 25, 2009 The code of ethics that I read was the America Dietetics Association 2009 version. The topic included in the code that most surprised me was Principle 13, which reads The dietetics practitioner
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Arithmetic Circuits Assigned Date: Twelfth Week Due Date: First class of 13th week Cpr E 281 HW 10 IOWASTATEUNIVERSITY ECpE,FALL2011 Problem 1. Here is the circuit diagram that we are analyzing. D C Q Clock A B Qnot In order to complete the timing diagram
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EE303Homework #10 (Due Tue. Dec. 4th) In this homework, we will learn how to solve power ow problems using MATPOWER. MATPOWER is a package of MATLAB M-les for solving power ow problems. It can be downloaded from http:/www.pserc.cornell.edu/matpower/. You
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Stat 401G: Quiz 2 Homework Solutions For Wednesday September 14, 2011 Note: On a quiz and test, I will give you the sample mean and standard deviation. For this homework, let JMP calculate these statistics. In my solutions, I will carry the decimals out f
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HW2 solution Problem 1. Extrapolating the data from Figure 1.4, predict the transistor count of a microprocessor in 2016. Solution 6 to 12 billion Problem 2. Sketch a transistor-level schematic for CMOS 4-input NOR gate. Solution A B C D Y A B C D Problem
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2 Introduction to Exchange Rates and the Foreign Exchange Market 1. Refer to the exchange rates given in the following table. Today June 25, 2010 One Year Ago June 25, 2009 Country Per $ Per Per Per $ Australia Canada Denmark Euro Hong Kong India Japan
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Name: Lab Section: CprE 288 Fall 2013 Homework 4 Due Thu. Sep. 26 in class Notes: Homework answers must be typed using a word editor. Hand in a hard copy in the class. Homework is individual work. Adhere to the Universitys policy relating to the integri
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Full Name CprE 288 HW6 Due June 29, 2012 Question 1 Answer the following short questions after read the following documents: AVR Instruction Set Manual o o Information about all assembly instructions Skim the contents AVR Assembler User Guide o o Informat
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ME 335 Lab 4: Use of a Pitot Tube to Measure Air Mass Flow Rate in a Pipe By: Zihao Zhao Thursday section Lab Date: May 24, 2012 1 Abstract The purpose of this laboratory exercise is to investigate the Pitot tube and use it to measure the flow rate of air
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From: David Taylor Date: 1/31/08 Operations of a Vortex Tube Dear Ms. Loveland, We experimented with the vortex tube apparatus in order to determine what pressures to use for the most refrigeration and to experiment with the first and second laws of
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Lab 4: Linear Momentum Experiments Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate the momentum theorem, with the scope of this lab being restricted to linear momentum concepts. The lab will consist of two parts, one with water and the other with air a
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Lab #6 "Operational Amplifier Applications and Limitations" Lab Date: February 26th 2008. Report Date: March 4th 2008. EE 230 Lab #6 Kyle Veugeler #345 Section: C Abstract: The purpose of Lab #6 was to observe the many behaviors of an operational am
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EE 330 Final Design Projects Fall 2013 Please email the name of your group members and rank-ordered project preferences to: ee330f2013projects@gmail.com Please send only one request per group. In the rank-ordering, please submit your top 3 choices. At mos
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EE 330 Laboratory Experiment Number 11 Design and Simulation of Digital Circuits using Hardware Description Languages Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to develop methods for using Hardware Description Languages for the design of digital circuits
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EE 330 Laboratory 9 Semiconductor Applications Spring 2013 Objective: The objective of this laboratory experiment is to become familiar with applications that use MOSFETs. MOSFETs are semiconductor devices which are familiar in digital applications, but a
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EE 330 Laboratory 8 Thyristor Device Characterization and Applications Spring 2013 Objective: The objective of this laboratory experiment is to become familiar with the operation thyristors, to develop methods for measuring key parameters of thyristors, a
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EE 330 Laboratory 5 Creating Bonding Pads Spring 2013 Objective: The objective of this experiment is to investigate the design of a basic bonding pad and simple ESD protection circuitry. Part 1: Layout of a resistor The first step of this lab is to learn
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EE 330 Section: _ Name: _ Pre-Lab for Lab 4: From Boolean Function to Silicon 1) Draw the a stick diagram for your inverter and the other gate you chose (3-input NAND or NOR). 2) Attach the stick diagram of the assigned Boolean function that uses only the
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EE 330 Fall 2014 Lab 1: Cadence Custom IC design tools - Setup, Schematic capture and simulation Objective The objective of this lab is to familiarize you with the basics of the Cadence Custom IC design tool, Virtuoso. You will first set up your account t
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Lab report 4 _ From Boolean equation to Silicon Name: Chee Kang Tan Section: EE 330 F Date: 2/8/2013 Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to implement a Boolean function description in silicon, given area and pin constraints. The other purpose of this
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EE 330 Laboratory 3 Layout and LVS (Layout Versus Schematic) Spring 2013 Objective: The objective of this experiment is to introduce the concept of layout of circuits. In this context, design rules and CAD tools used for verifying that all design rules ar
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EE 330 Spring 2013 Laboratory 2: Basic Boolean Circuits Objective: The objective of this experiment is to investigate methods for evaluating the performance of Boolean circuits. Emphasis will be placed on the basic CMOS inverter but the concepts are appli
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL PHYSICS
Lab 2DC 2 Dimensional Collisions Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: The main goal of this lab is to study the effects of elastic and inelastic collisions and find the conservation of both kinetic energy and momentum. We intend to learn if elas
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Lab EM Electron Beam in a Magnetic Field Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this experiment was to learn the properties of an electron beam when it is subjected to a magnetic field. We were to determine how the radius of the be
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Lab FO Free Oscillations Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: The main goal of this lab was to better understand oscillatory motion with springs. Other goals of this lab were to calculate the k values for two different springs, find the frequenc
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Lab EP2 Electric Potentials and Fields Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to test the accuracy of Gausss law. To do this, we would learn how to measure the magnitude and shape of the electric potential field that s
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Lab DCR DC current: Resistance Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to test the accuracy Ohms law. To do this, we would find the resistance of a specified resistor using only voltage and amperage of a system. Then, w
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Lab EC Electric Charge Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: This lab, based on the studies of electric charge and conductivity, had many objectives to obtain. The first of these was simply to discover how electric charges work and to qualify our
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Lab DA Data Analysis Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The main goal of this lab was to learn and review the main tactics of data analysis and the computational tools used to quantify sets of data. We would use Graphic Analysis to take grouped
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Lab CL2 Coulombs Law Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to study the elements of Coulombs law and to determine what electric forces depend on. We also wanted to calculate the electric force of a charged rod using a
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Lab DCC DC Current: Circuits Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this experiment was to explore the laws of combining resistors in a circuit using a DC power supply. Furthermore, we were to test and measure the effects of Kirchh
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Lab FMO Forces and Motion Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: The objective of this lab was to gain a better understanding of the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration. This relationship is most well understood and prove as Newtons
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Lab FV Forces and Vectors Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: The objective of this lab was to gain a better understanding of two dimensional forces and vectors through a series of experiments. The first experiment dealt with proving that the x
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Lab RLC RLC Circuits Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to study the properties of RLC circuits. Using the frequency of RLC oscillations, we could determine things like inductance, as well as study the effects of r
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Lab RM Rotational Motion Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: The main goal of this lab is to verify the rotational version of Newtons second law. Newtons second with respect to rotation states that torque multiplied with tension is equivalent t
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Lab UAM-Uniformly accelerated 1D motion Brandon Weigel Physics 221, Sec VV Objectives: To obtain and understand the connection between position, velocity, and acceleration and what different motions look like, to introduce the concept of friction, and to
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Lab OI Optical Instruments Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The primary objective of this lab was to study the properties of both converging and diverging lenses to determine what kind of image they would create. We were to be able to calcula
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Lab RC RC Circuits Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this experiment was to learn how to use a DC power supply, an oscilloscope, and function generator to find the frequency and amplitude of a signal. Then we could use our kno
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Lab MFS Magnetic Field in a Solenoid Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to study the properties of magnetic fields for different objects. The first of these was a simple bar magnet. The second activity dealt with t
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Lab MI2 Magnetic Induction Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to study the properties of magnetic induction using a bar magnet and coil, and an RL circuit. We were also to quantify our results by finding the maximu
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Lab PO Polarization Brandon Weigel Physics 222, Sec R Objectives: The objective of this lab was to study and learn the effects of polarized light using Polaroid devices. We were also to verify the Law of Malus using a circular rotating Polaroid disk. In a
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Lab 6: Analysis of the Speed of Light Data Thiscodeispostedaslightspeed.sasintheSASfolderofthecoursewebpage. dataset1; inputvelocitytrial; datalines; 850 1 740 1 900 1 810 5 870 5 run; odsrtf file="lightspeed.rtf"; /* Constructadotplotofthedata. Aboxp
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Statistics 500 /* Lab 4: Diagnostics Fall 2014 Analysis of creative writing data from the lecture notes */ data set1; input subject trt y; datalines; 1 1 12.0 2 1 12.0 3 1 12.9 . . . . . . . . . 23 1 26.7 24 1 29.7 25 2 5.0 26 2 5.4 27 2 6.1 . . . . . . .
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LAB 5 /* This code is posted as donuts_lab5.sas in the SAS folder on the course web page */ /* Read the data for the doughnut experiment on pages 218-219 in Snedecor and Cochran from a file. The outcome for each each batch of donuts is on a separate line.
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CDF (distribution, quantile < , parm-1, , parm-k > ) 1 distribution is a character constant, variable, or expression that identifies the distribution. Valid distributions are as follows: Distribution Argument BERNOULLI Bernoulli BETA Beta BINOMIAL Binomia
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Statistics 500 Statistical Methods Lab 2: Fall 2014 Exercise 1: The following data were examind in Lab 1. We will image these data to arise from a randomized experiment, with treatments randomly assigned to experimental units. There are 10 observations fo
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Statistics 500 Statistical Methods Fall 2014 Lab time will be used for the following activities: 1. Case studies: applying lecture material to anlysis of data 2. Statistical Computing: Learning about SAS software 3. Discussion of new assignments 4. Answer
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EE 224 Lab 5: Analog to Digital Conversion Pre-lab: You should read the pre-lab and warm-up sections of this lab assignment and go over all exercises in the pre-lab section before attending your lab section. You will also need to read section 4.4 in your
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Signal Processing First Lab 08: Frequency Response: Bandpass and Nulling Filters Pre-Lab and Warm-Up: You should read at least the Pre-Lab and Warm-up sections of this lab assignment and go over all exercises in the Pre-Lab section before going to your as
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Compressive Sampling (224) Brief Introduction According the Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem, in order to guarantee you are able to reconstruct a signal from its samples the sampling rate must be at least twice the maximum frequency contained in the signa
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EE224 LAB 4: Introduction to Simulink Introduction In this lab you will experience the power of spectral (Fourier) analysis in the study of systems. Pre-lab: Introduction to Simulink Matlab is a powerful tool for systems engineers. However, it requires a
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Lab 3 Beat notes and Time-varying signals 1 Introduction The objective of this lab assignment is to introduce more complicated signals that are related to the basic sinusoid. These signals such as frequency modulation (FM) and amplitude modulation (AM) ar
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Lab 02: An Experiment with Tuning Fork Synthesis of Sinusoidal Signals Tuning forks are physical systems that generate sinusoidal signals. When a tuning fork is exposed to vibration, it disturbs nearby air molecules, creating regions of higher-than-normal
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 13 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction The root locus method is an analytical tool to evaluate the stability of the system with empthasis on the location of the poles of the closed-loop transfer function. And alternativ
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 10 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction Designing digital infinite-impulse-reponse filter by digital conversion of analog filters is this labs main goal. The digital lter is obtained as a discrete approximation of the an
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 9 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction In this lab, our goal is to design a digital FIR filter by the widly-used method of windowing. The frequency characteristics of the desired digital filter will be used to compute th
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 6 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction In this lab we will learn how to derive a discrete-time system as an approximation of a continuous-time one. We will use two ways(Eular and Trapezoidal) approcess to convert continu
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 4 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction In this lab, we will practice with frequency response and Bode plots using Laplace analysis, which is a better way for output analysis. We will learn how to build a connection betwe
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 3 Student: Yiwen Meng Section: C Introduction In this lab, you will test system behavior and practice to predict it using Laplace analysis. The idea is to build a connection between the Laplace transform of a system, the frequ
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 12 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction Feedback effects on stability. In this lab, we will observe how the use of feedback influences the stability of an amplifier, and what measures can be taken to improve this effect.
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 2 Anqi Deng Section A Introduction In this lab, I will test system behavior and practice to predict it using Laplace analysis. The idea is to build a connection between the Laplace transform, the frequency characteristics, and
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 8 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction We will design analog filter in this lab. We will first design low pass using Butterworth, and then use transformations to derive low pass, high pass and band pass filters for given
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 5 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Introduction This time we will analyse frequency response for the circuit which contains operational amplifier. we will model and simulate two discrete-time systems, which touch many of our live
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EE 324 Laboratory Report Lab 1 Student: Anqi Deng Section: A Pre-Lab 1. The relationship between the input and output of the system is a linear map so it is linear, and the output has the same value of time-shift with the input and does not depend on the
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The CVX Users Guide Release 2.0 (beta) Michael C. Grant, Stephen P. Boyd CVX Research, Inc. November 03, 2012 CONTENTS 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction 1.1 What is CVX? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 What is disciplined convex programming? 1.3 What CVX is not .
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Stat421SurveySamplingTechniques Lab3:SRSSampleSelectionandEstimation Introduction ThislabdealswiththetopicofSRSsampleselectionandsimpleSRSestimatorsforthe populationmean,proportionandtotal.ThisweekwewillseehowtouseSAStodrawasample andestimatepopulationpar
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/* First we will read in the entire data set including all 3078 records. */ DATA agpopin; INFILE 'agpop.dat'; INPUT county $ state $ acres92 acres87 acres82 farms92 farms87 farms82 largef92 largef87 largef82 smallf92 smallf87 smallf82 region $; RUN
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package r10; import java.util.*; public class BasicsOfArrayList cfw_ public static void main(String[]args) cfw_ ArrayList<Integer> scores = new ArrayList<Integer>(); scores.add(56); /add 56 to ArrayList in 0th element scores.add(-67); /add -67 to ArrayLis
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HDFS 370: Section 2 EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE DATE OF TEST: 3/27/2008 * Review Day: 3/25/08 WHAT WILL BE COVERED: Chapter 5 and class notes: Closeness and Intimacy Chapter 6 and class notes: Family Roles Chapter 7 and class notes: Power Chapter 8 and class
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ACCT 343 Exam #3 Study Guide Fall 2012 Chapter 6 1. Be familiar with the master budget 2. Know the advantages and limitations of budgeting 3. Be able to prepare the operating budget and its supporting schedules. 4. Be able to prepare sensitivity analysis
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Chapter15 TheEukaryotic CellCycle TheEukaryoticCellCycle Theabilitytoreproducetheirownkindis theonecharacteristicthatdistinguishes livingthingsfromnonlivingmatter Thecontinuityoflifeisbasedonthe reproductionofcells(celldivision) Thecelldivisionprocessi
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Chapter 8 Transcription, Translation and Bioinformatics Important Figures: 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.7, 8.8, 8.10, 8.11, 8.13, 8.15, 8.18, 8.20, 8.22, 8.23, 8.26, 8.28, 8.29, 8.33, 8.34, 8.40, 8.41, 8.42 Table 8.1 Vocabulary aminoacyl tRNA synthetase chaperone hom
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Chapter8Summary Section8.1RNAPolymerasesandSigmaFactors RNApolymeraseholoenzyme,consistingofcoreRNApolymeraseandasigmafactor,executestranscriptionofa DNAtemplatestrand. SigmafactorshelpcoreRNApolymeraselocateconsensuspromotersequencesnearthebeginningofage
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Chapter 1 Microbial Life: Origin and Discovery Important Figures: Figure 1.2, 1.5, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.18, 1.19, 1.21, 1.22, 1.23, 1.24, 1.27, 1.29, 1.33 Vocabulary Alexander Fleming Archaea enrichment culture Florence Nightingale John Lister
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Chapter 5 Summary Section 5.1-Environmental Limits on Growth Extremophiles inhabit fringe environments with conditions that do not support human life. The environmental habitat (such as high salt or acidic pH) inhabited by a particular species is defined
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Chapter4Summary Section4.1MicrobialNutrition Microorganismsrequirecertainessentialmacroandmicronutrientstogrow. Microbialgenomesevolveinresponsetonutrientavailability. Obligateintracellularbacterialosemetabolicpathwaysprovidedbytheirhostsand developrequir
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Chapter 7 DNA, Genes and Genomes Important Figures: Fig. 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.8, 7.22, 7.26, 7.27, 7.28 Figures from your lecture notes Vocabulary adenine cytosine histones ligase palindrome plasmid purine regulon thymine anti-parallel DNA control sequence hy
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Chapter7Summary Section7.1DNA:TheGeneticMaterial Agenomeisallofthegeneticinformationthatdefinesanorganism. Genomesofbacteriaandarchaeaaremadeupofchromosomesandplasmidsconsisting ofDNA. Chromosomesofbacteriaandarchaeacanbecircularorlinear,ascanplasmids. Fu
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Ch 5 Environmental Influences on Microbial Growth Study Guide Key Figures: Figure 5.2, 5.5, 5.6, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10, 5.11, 5.12, 5.16, 5.17, 5.18, 5.19 Table 5.1, 5.12 Vocabulary acidophile barophile facultative anaerobe mesophile obligate aerobe thermophile
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 10\Mandel\image.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 11\Radar\gen.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <std
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 13\cribbage.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <stdi
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 11\Radar\detect.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 13\scorehist.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <std
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C:\Users\Picard\Documents\EE285\In Class Code\week 09\str2.c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Monday, November 26, 2012 #include <stdio.h>
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1-(a) X is uniform random variable, so (9 1)2 () = 12 9+1 () = =5 , 2 (b) () = 1 () = 1 5 9 () = 1 (c) () = () = 1 1 3 1 = 8 4 4 1 2 () = ( 2) 2 () 9 = 1 1 1 9 1 ( )2 = 8 2 8 4 2 = cfw_ > 10, = cfw_ > 20 () = 20 = 1 ( > 20 > 10) ( > 20) 20 (|) = =
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EE322Quiz6 STUDENTNAME: Problem 1 (5 points) (Note: in the above problem you do not need to find the PDF of Y) Problem 2 (5 points) The time until a bulb burns out (its lifetime), T, is exponentially distributed with a mean of 20 years. Given that the bul
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Quiz 4 solutions 1) A=cfw_a spam email B=cfw_email contains a dollar (|) = 2) () ( | )()+( | )( ) = 2 1 10 10 2 1 8 1 + 10 10 10 100 3) (a) , no because they are independent. (b) (1 ) (c) = (1 ) 1 , () = cfw_ (1 ) 0 = 1,2, 3, . . . (d) Note that cann
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EE 322 Quiz. Out of 20 points, Time allowed: 50 minutes. Problem 1 (5 points) Spam emails can be quite effectively identified by Bayesian filters. Suppose that 20% of all emails are spam emails. Among the spam emails, 10% contain a dollar sign ($) in the
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Quiz 5 solutions 1) a) P(cfw_mosquito bites you)= 0.7 0.9 P(cfw_mosquito does not bite you)=1-P(cfw_mosquito bites you)=1 0.7 0.9 = 1 , b) () = cfw_ (1 ) 0 = 1,2, . . . . c) 180 d) (1 0.7)180 2) 1 a) () = cfw_0.4 0 = 2.5 , 0.2 0.2 0.2 b) () = () = 0 +
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Solutions of Quiz 3: 1. P(the four parallel bulbs work)=1-P(the four parallel bulbs do not work) Because they are independent, we have P(the four parallel bulbs do not work)= P(the four parallel bulbs work)= P(there is light in the room)=P(the four parall
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EE 322 Quiz 1, 10 points Problem 1 (5 points) A fair six sided die is tossed once. Compute 1. Compute P(get a 2 | get an even number) (2 points) 2. Compute P(get a 3 | get an even number) (3 points) Problem 2 (5 points) A jar has k red balls and m black b
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QUIZ 2, EE 322 Out of 10 points, 4 bonus points. STUDENT NAME: Provide all answers in terms of the symbols given. Problem 1 (5 points) A power system consists of n=15 power generators in parallel, with failure probabilities p_1, p_2,. p_n. The failures of
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Solutions of Quiz 2 Problem1: P(the system is operational)=1-P(the system is not operational) Since the failures of the generators are mutually independent, we have P(the system is not operational)=P(failure of generator 1) P(failure of generator 2) . . .
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EE322Quiz7 Problem1 Your professor is a very hard grader who wants you to take and do well in all quizzes foryou to get a good quiz grade. She says she will use the lowest grade of 5 quizzes as thefinal quiz grade. In other words, if X1 is your grade in t
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Air as an ideal gas in contained in a piston-cylinder assembly, initially at 1 bar, 300 K. The air is compressed in an adiabatic, internally reversible process with a compression ratio of 10.2. Determine (a) the pressure and temperature at the final state
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HDFS 102 EXAM 1 KEY TERMS To prepare for the exam, define and provide examples of each of these words/concepts. Make sure you know how to identify examples of these concepts for our test. Development, Ages, and Stages Developmental scientists- study devel
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Adaptive immunity (specific immunity) aquired ability to recognize and destroy a pathogen or its products. Requires exposure of the immune system to the pathogen Adult stem cells Have less potential and are more specialized. Harder to work with. antibody
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Group Presentation Guidance Team NO: Team Members: Overview A. Environmental Analysis i) The marketing environment (please pick at least two to discuss) Competitive forces Economic forces Political forces Legal and regulatory forces Technological for
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Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 2013, Vol. 2, No. 3, 190 206 2013 American Psychological Association 2157-3905/13/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/a0031958 Successful Talent Development in Soccer: The Characteristics of the Environment Carsten H. Larsen D
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Monday 5-6am 6-7am 7-8am 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12pm 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm 4-5pm 5-6pm 6-7pm 7-8pm 8-9pm 9-10pm 10-11pm 11-12am Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Breakfast Breakfast Class Class Class Class Class Class Breakfast Breakfast Class Class C
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Organizational Behavior Creating Effective Teams with the help of Climate of Trust Climate of Trust is one of the contextual factors that determine whether a team is successful or not. Climate of trust is important for success because it shows the importa
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Memorandum To: Klote President CC: Klote Company From: Derek Hoerman Date: 12/2/14 Re: Accounting Question Mr. or Mrs. Klote president, it has been requested to investigate the nature to which the bankruptcy of a big client should or should not be counted
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Section 9 RE Markets (19-20) 1. With the _ MBS prepaid principal reduces your investment. a. pooled b. convex c. pass-through security d. break-out e. durable @Convexity measures the change in bond price for a change in interest rates. 2. The outstanding
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Quiz 8 Section 8 Developments & Financing 16-18 1. A voluntary investor protection agency that established guidelines for limited partnership offerings of real estate is the: a. SIPC b. Safe Harbor Corporation c. FDIC d. NASAA e. VIPA @NASAA is the North
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Section 10 Quiz Sub Prime Mess 1. Why did Fannie Mae (FNMA) and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) adopt the Home Valuation Code of Conduct (HVCC)? a. To prevent Fannie Mae from purchasing risky loans b. To avoid Office of Federal Housing Enterpris
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Quiz Section 7A: Risk REFI 13-15 1. In the real estate industry the uncertainty of renting space because of a recession would be _ risk. a. liquidity b. interest rate c. market d. business e. financial 2. Buying insurance is an example of: a. risk neutral
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Quiz 6 Section 6:REFI 10 & 12 1. Unanticipated increases in income property supply (assuming no appreciable effect on income) relative to demand have what effect on cap rates? a. Increases them b. Decreases them c. It has no effect @ Supply drives propert
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! ! ! ! ! Chapter 5 ! Solar Energy ! ! ! solar energy is the most rapidly growing source of energy. The amount of solar energy Today striking the earth each day far exceeds our needs. In addition, solar energy has the prom
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!1 ! ! ! ! Chapter 4 ! Energy, carbon emissions, and global warming ! ! ! the search for alternative energy sources is motivated by several needs and constraints. Today These include energy security, environmental impact, and cost.
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! ! ! ! ! Chapter 3 ! Levelized Cost of Energy ! ! ! In Chapter 1 it was noted that the challenge in choosing energy alternatives is to create affordable energy technologies that are able to meet our demand for energy and min
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! ! ! ! Chapter 2 ! Energy system concepts ! ! ! Energy can be a confusing concept. In science and engineering, energy is a fundamental concept that is not de9ined by other concepts, but rather it is an indirectly observed ph
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! ! ! ! ! Chapter 1 ! Thinking about alternative energy systems ! ! ! is the foundation of nearly every aspect of our lives. We harness energy to provide food and Energy shelter; to heat our businesses and homes; to travel to
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Thermal Resistance Concept Convection Conduction TS2 T A qx Fluid qx TS2 TS1 k:thermalconductivityof thesolidmaterial qx kA dT dx Ts1 Ts2 h:convectiveheattransfer coefficientofthefluid qx = h A (Ts2 - T ) Conduction + Convection heat transfer process Inmo
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Summary: Conduction-base heat transfer dT q x kA dx Single Layer Rectangular wall: Single Layer Tubular pipe: Multi Layer Rectangular wall: Multi Layer Cylindrical tubes: Problem 4: (Example 4.7 Page 276) A 2 cm thick steel pipe (thermal conductivity = 43
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Chapter 8 Transcription, Translation and Bioinformatics Important Figures: 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.7, 8.8, 8.10, 8.11, 8.13, 8.15, 8.18, 8.20, 8.22, 8.23, 8.26, 8.28, 8.29, 8.33, 8.34, 8.40, 8.41, 8.42 Table 8.1 Vocabulary aminoacyl tRNA synthetase Have to make
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Chapter 7 DNA, Genes and Genomes Important Figures: Fig. 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.8, 7.22, 7.26, 7.27, 7.28 Figures from your lecture notes Vocabulary Adenine A member of purines (bicyclic) which will be partnered with T in DNA pairs. (Can be found in both DNA an
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Chapter 2 Observing the Microbial Cell Study Guide Important Figures: 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2. 14, 2.15, 2.16, 2.17, 2.20, 2.22, 2.23, 2.24, 2.25, 2.27, 2.30, 2.33, 2.40, 2.41, 2.45 Tables and figures in lecture notes Vocabulary atomic force
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Ch 5 Environmental Influences on Microbial Growth Study Guide Key Figures: Figure 5.2, 5.5, 5.6, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10, 5.11, 5.12, 5.16, 5.17, 5.18, 5.19 Table 5.1, 5.12 Vocabulary Acidophile Bacteria that lives below PH 3 Alkaliphile Bacteria that lives above
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Course: Introduction To The Performing Arts.
finalexam TestOne 1.RiverdancedifferencebetweenSpainandIreland Onehasfullarmmovements 2.Singingintherainrepresents jumpinginapuddle 3.Artsenseof Aesthetics 4.Hardestonthehumanbody ballet 5.RomeoandJuliet putsarmsonshoulders 6.Ballentine/Hines Chorography/
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Fall 2011 HDFS 102 Individual and Family Life Development Human Development and Family Studies College of Human Sciences Iowa State University 1210 LeBaron T, Th. 9:30-10:45 a.m. Instructor: Dr. Kere Hughes-Belding 2361 D Palmer Building Graduate Teaching
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Animal Science 225 - Swine Science Spring 2012 Class Schedule MF 10 10:50 a.m. W 8 10, 10 12, 12 2, 2 4 1131 NSRIC 124 Kildee, 104 Kildee ISU Swine Teaching Farm Pavilion Instructor: Dr. Tom J. Baas 109 Kildee Hall Phone: 294-6728 tjbaas@iastate.edu Teach