1. Homework Statement
2. Homework Equations
The mark scheme is 2, 2, 3, 3
For a) ii), it's a sequence of integers up to the floor of n2/2
3. The Attempt at a Solution
We haven't done growth rates of sequences, only of equations. a) i) looks like the growth rate would be 5n...
1. Homework Statement
2. Homework Equations
We're using generating functions, and recurrence relations of homogeneous and non-homogeneous types
The mark allocation is 2, 3, 3 and 2
3. The Attempt at a Solution
I think I've done the first part correctly. The closed form...
We're using generating functions, and recurrence relations of homogeneous and non-homogeneous types
The mark allocation is 2, 3, 3 and 2
3. The Attempt at a Solution
I think I've done the first part correctly. The closed form is in terms of z, right? I get:
F(z) = z / (1 - z - z2)...
I'm trying to get my head around a concept.
We use Industrial Gas cylinders filled with SF6 gas - the gas cylinder is 70-80% liquid and the rest is in a gaseous state.
If this is kept at a pressure of approx 40Bar and is passed through a regulator that allows the gas to be filled into a...
interesting video. The more research I try to do behind this - the more confused I get. Apparently he uses some form of diamagnetic levitation which some say was faked for the documentary. I'm skeptical but I have to admit the video is damn interesting.
When did windows users get an opportunity to request features for windows7? Why wasn't I told? Essentially isn't windows7 supposed to be vista that works?
Even as a beta tester - it was to check its stability and find bugs. Not to add or remove features.
So have we been had?
I'm a recent EE grad and a I have a month to spare before work. As lazy as this sounds, I'm not too keen on working an odd job, or even tutoring untill work begins. Spent the last few years doing that along with college.
I was wondering if I should attempt to go through Griffiths...
I was always looking forward to this period. University is finished and work is about to begin. However I ended up getting really depressed. Having found my degree went by fast, I'm not in touch with anyone from college either.
Is this normal? I'm applying to a number of backups and reading...
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the funniest part has to be the guarantee...
I hate having to defend the moon landing since so many people disagree with it. The best piece of evidence i can put forward is the mythbusters page debunking the skepticism
http://mythbustersresults.com/episode-104-nasa-moon-landing
highlight of the page
1. Homework Statement
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I can't seem to get far. It makes use of the Exponentional Taylor Series:
2. Homework Equations
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3. The Attempt at a Solution
taylor...
Its not really with forgetting names or dates or equations but lately I find when I step outside to check the mail, i end up going outside and forgetting why I came out in the first place; or I stand with a blank face in front of the fridge trying to recall what I wanted to eat.
It was never...
In Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift described the two moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, giving their exact size and speeds of rotation. He did this more than 100 years before either moon was discovered.
granted this is true - how would one even predict such a thing?
this has to be one of the most profound videos i've ever seen
(possible repost but I couldn't resist)
whats facinating is that we are currently at a transitionary period in this century. However it brings hope to a currently shunned global union gov body.
some Fusion power experimental reactors use tokamaks to contain plasma using strong magnetic fields. However this plasma is at a sizzling 1M Kelvin so how is this level of thermal insulation engineered, using magnetic fields?
For current fusion technology the method for containing the plasma is with magnetic fields. However the plasma reaches temperatures of 100,000 degrees+ that would melt anything on earth -
so how do these super concentrated magnetic field provide thermal insulation?
Not a homework question
say we have a curve f(x,y,z)
and the tangent plane to the curve at a point (xo,yo,zo) is given by
\frac{{\partial d}}{{\partial x}}(xo,yo,zo)(x-xo) + \frac{{\partial d}}{{\partial y}}(xo,yo,zo)(y-yo) + \frac{{\partial d}}{{\partial z}}(xo,yo,zo)(z-zo) = 0...
# - 300 mile range
# - 45 minute QuickCharge
# - 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds
# - Seats 7 people
# - More Cargo space than sedans
# - 2X as efficient as hybrids
# - 17 inch infotainment touchscreen
Frankly this looks amazing, sounds less damaging then combustion engines. However if...
A lot of us engineering students can never agree on who has it tougher, but the one thing we can agree on is ...
that we all wish we could work for nasa.
I doubt this is just us.
This came up when we found out we can see the latest images of mars on google earth...
I've been doing a conjoint project for my thesis with the school of Biomedical Engr and its affiliate hospital. I've conducted most of my work at the hospital - so I was wondering how I'd list this in my resume.
As its unpaid research thats a part of my degree - would this be listed under...
Apparently students were given an assignment to prove whether hell obeyed the laws of thermodynamics and if it was endothermic or exothermic. The most interesting response is given below.
http://wfhummel.cnchost.com/hell.html [Broken]
author unkown.
1. Homework Statement
Using the normal distribution for different modulation techniques over rayleigh fading , we have to derive SNR values for different Diversity techniques such as selection combining, Equal Gain Combining and Maximal Ratio Combining.
Now for Non-coherent BPSK I have to...
what are the advantages and disadvantages of different types of transformer grounding
-with regard to system protection and fault current reduction?
we have the following grounding types
YN - YN
YN - Delta
Delta - YN
Delta - Delta
where can i find a good resource that explains this?