Physics 111 mechanics lecture 1

General physics 2 electricity magnetism lecture 1

General physics 2 electricity magnetism  lecture 1
... charges, q1 and q2, separated by a distance r in vacuum  The force F 12 exerted by q1 on q2 is given by Coulomb's law   q1q  q1q r F 12  k r  k r r r  The force F 21 exerted by q2 on q1 is given ... that q1 = -q2 = 6.0 μC, q3 = 3.0 μC, a = 2. 0 x10 -2 m  The total force F3 acting q3 is  on the charge  F3  F13  F23  The electric force F13 can be calculated as  F13   q1q r13 q1q  r 13 ... r 13 4 r1 32 r13 4 r1 32  F13    q1q q1q   cos  i  sin  j  i  j 4 a 4 a     The electric force F23 can be calculated as  F23   Finally,   q q r23 q q3 q1 q   r 23  i...
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Modulation and coding course- lecture 1

Modulation and coding course- lecture 1
... from week to week 10 tutorials: week to week mandatory laboratory work: Week Final written exam on 12 th of March 2007 kl 9.00 -14 .00 Lecture Staff Course responsible and lecturer and giving tutorials: ... Baseband versus bandpass: Baseband signal Bandpass signal Local oscillator Bandwidth dilemma: Bandlimited signals are not realizable! Realizable signals have infinite bandwidth! Lecture 24 Bandwidth ... ISBN: 0 -13 -089399-4 Material accessible from course homepage: News Lecture slides (.ppt, pdf) Laboratory syllabus (Lab PM) Set of exercises and formulae Old exams Lecture Schedule 13 lectures:...
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Tài liệu lecture 1: Introduction to Telecommunications ppt

Tài liệu lecture 1: Introduction to Telecommunications ppt
... signals were also used for communication lecture 1.doc Page (6) CSN200 Introduction to Telecommunications, Winter 2000 Lecture_ 01 360 BC : Water telegraphs store detailed information transmitted ... demonstrates the first electronic television for potential investors by lecture 1.doc Page (6) CSN200 Introduction to Telecommunications, Winter 2000 Lecture_ 01 broadcasting the image of a dollar sign Farnsworth ... telephone networks • lecture 1.doc 1879, Manual switchboards; automatic switching 1996, Deregulation Act, Open competition Page (6) CSN200 Introduction to Telecommunications, Winter 2000 Lecture_ 01 In...
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Tài liệu Lecture 1: TỔNG QUAN-SỐ NHỊ PHÂN, MỨC LOGIC pptx

Tài liệu Lecture 1: TỔNG QUAN-SỐ NHỊ PHÂN, MỨC LOGIC pptx
... … SỐ NHỊ PHÂN, MỨC LOGIC  Hệ thống số thường dùng hệ thập phân dùng 10 kí số:0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9  Hệ nhị phân sử dụng kí số  Trong hệ thống số, logic gọi HIGH (mức cao) logic gọi LOW (mức thấp) ... hệ nhị phân, kí số hay gọi bit  Trong mạch số, hai mức điện áp khác dùng để biểu diễn hai bit  Thông thường, điện áp cao biểu diễn bit 1, điện áp thấp biểu diễn bit  Hệ thống gọi positive logic ... diễn số, kí tự, mã lệnh… MỨC LOGIC Các thông số điện áp thay đổi tùy theo cấu trúc vi mạch sử dụng VD: vi mạch chế tạo theo công nghệ CMOS, mức áp LOW khoảng từ 0V đến 0.8V, mức HIGH khoảng từ 2V...
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Tài liệu Kinh tế ứng dụng_ Lecture 1: Normal Distribution pptx

Tài liệu Kinh tế ứng dụng_ Lecture 1: Normal Distribution pptx
... Normal Distribution If a4 > 3, the distribution has heavier tails than a normal distribution If a3 < 3, the distribution has a rectangular distribution which has a body but no tails Table 3 .1: ... test for normality The hypothesis of normality distribution H0 is as follows: H0: α3 = and α4 = Against H1: α3 ≠ or α4 ≠ or both The relevant test statistic is BJ which follows a chi-square distribution ... Routledge, London, UK Written by Nguyen Hoang Bao May 17, 2004 Applied Econometrics Normal Distribution Workshop 1: Normal Distribution 1) Phil and Kim Bell not know whether to buy a house now or wait...
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lecture 1 intro to food analysis

lecture 1 intro to food analysis
... 18 .9 9 .1 2.8 15 .0 6.0 %Protein % Fat % Min/Vit 3.5 17 20.2 16 .4 25.0 8 -13 2.0 1. 1 1. 3 0.3 0.6 3.5 22.0 12 .6 0.5 31. 0 2-5 0 .1 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.7 0.9 1. 0 5.0 0.5-3.0 1. 0 1. 0 0.9 0.3 0.4 18 Moisture ... measured 17 COMPONENT % Water Milk Beef Chicken Fish Cheese Cereal grains Potatoes Carrots Lettuce Apple Melon 87.3 60.0 66.0 81. 8 37.0 10 -14 78.0 88.6 94.8 84.0 92.8 %Carbohydrates 5.0 0 2.0 58-72 18 .9 ... Nature of the population -uniformity, sublot 13 14 Preparation of Laboratory Samples The Bottom Line in Sampling • Depending upon the nature of the material to be analyzed, you must determine a method...
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CMOS VLSI Design - Lecture 1: Introduction ppt

CMOS VLSI Design - Lecture 1: Introduction ppt
... s s d pMOS s d d g s 0: Introduction OFF ON s CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed s 11 CMOS Inverter A 1 VDD Y A OFF ON Y ON OFF A Y GND 0: Introduction CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed 12 CMOS NAND Gate A B Y 0 1 ... ON OFF ON OFF A B 0: Introduction 0 1 CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed OFF ON Y ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON 13 CMOS NOR Gate A B Y 0 1 0 1 0: Introduction A B Y CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed 14 3-input NAND Gate  Y ... substrate 0: Introduction CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed 34 N-diffusion cont  Strip off oxide to complete patterning step n+ n+ n+ n well p substrate 0: Introduction CMOS VLSI Design 4th Ed 35 P-Diffusion...
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Lecture 1: Overview of Java ppt

Lecture 1: Overview of Java ppt
... code through: java HelloWorldApp  Note that the command is java, not javac, and you refer to HelloWorldApp, not HelloWorldApp .java or HelloWorldApp.class Exception in thread "main" java. lang.NoClassDefFoundError: ... http:/ /java. sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/getStarted/index.html  Nuts and bolts of the Java Language http:/ /java. sun.com/docs/books/tutorial /java/ nutsandbolts/index.html  Compiling and Running a Simple Program http://developer .java. sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/Basic ... System.out.println("Hello World!"); } } Java is CASE SENSITIVE! Getting Started: (2) (2) Compile the program:  compile HelloWorldApp .java by using the following command: javac HelloWorldApp .java it generates a...
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Introduction to Database Systems: Module 1, Lecture 1 ppt

Introduction to Database Systems: Module 1, Lecture 1 ppt
... responsibility! Database Management Systems, R Ramakrishnan 10 Scheduling Concurrent Transactions y DBMS ensures that execution of {T1, , Tn} is equivalent to some serial execution T1’ Tn’ – Before ... restarted! Database Management Systems, R Ramakrishnan 11 Ensuring Atomicity y y DBMS ensures atomicity (all-or-nothing property) even if system crashes in the middle of a Xact Idea: Keep a log (history) ... Relationships (e.g., Madonna is taking CS564) y A Database Management System (DBMS) is a software package designed to store and manage databases Database Management Systems, R Ramakrishnan Why...
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Lecture 1: Object Oriented Programming pdf

Lecture 1:Object Oriented Programming pdf
... Procedural vs Object -Oriented Programming  The unit in procedural programming is function, and unit in object -oriented programming is class  Procedural programming concentrates on creating ... concentrates on creating functions, while object -oriented programming starts from isolating the classes, and then look for the methods inside them  Procedural programming separates the data of the program ... from the operations that manipulate the data, while object -oriented programming focus on both of them figure1: procedural figure2: object -oriented Concept of Class and Object  “Class” refers to...
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The Quantum Mechanics Solver 1 ppsx

The Quantum Mechanics Solver 1 ppsx
... State 11 1 o 12 .3 Quantum Superposition Versus Statistical Mixture 11 1 12 .4 The Fragility of a Quantum Superposition 11 2 12 .5 Solutions ... 12 6 14 Direct Observation of Field Quantization 13 1 14 .1 Quantization of a Mode of the Electromagnetic Field 13 1 14 .2 The Coupling of the Field with an ... 16 9 17 .2 The Penning Trap in Quantum Mechanics 17 0 17 .3 Coupling of the Cyclotron and Axial Motions 17 2 17 .4 A Quantum Thermometer ...
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Digital Circuit Design-Lecture 1 pps

Digital Circuit Design-Lecture 1 pps
... synthesis of the design Circuit Description ECE 5 61 - Lecture 10 Block Diagrams  Shows inputs and outputs and functional modules ECE 5 61 - Lecture 11 Gate Symbols ECE 5 61 - Lecture 12 Active high and ... logic circuit that is 10 0% glitch free It can be design such that the glitches that occur are insignificant  ECE 5 61 - Lecture 15 Timing Analysis Tools  Circuit timing waveforms ECE 5 61 - Lecture ... 15 Timing Analysis Tools  Circuit timing waveforms ECE 5 61 - Lecture 16 Assignment  Read 6 .1- 2, 7 .1- 2 ECE 5 61 - Lecture 17 ...
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