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5 2011-12 Year in Review Recent Books by Faculty John Beverley (Distinguished Professor of Hispanic Languages and Literatures) is the author of Latinamericanism after 9/11 (Duke University Press, 2011). “In Latinamericanism after 9/11, John Beverley explores Latinamericanist cultural theo- ry in relation to new modes of political mobilization in Latin

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INPUT:A set S= f(x i;y i)j1 i ngof intervals over the real line. Think of interval (x i;y i) as being a request for a room for a class that meets from time x ito time y i. OUTPUT: Find an assignment of classes to rooms that uses the fewest number of rooms. Note that every room request must be honored and that no two classes can use a room at ...

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dy dx = 1 2 y−x with y(0) = 1 and ∆x = 1 2. 18. A tank contains 1000 L of pure water. Brine containing 0.05 kg of salt per liter of water enters the tank at a rate of 5 liters per minute. Brine that contains 0.04 kg of salt per liter of water enters the tank at a rate of 10 liters per minute. The solution

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T(kip ·ft) 25 45 35 75 2. The radius of the shaft is c= 4in and the polar second moment for its cross section is J= 1 2 ˇ(4in)4 = 402:1239in4 (a) From Problem 1, it is seen that the maximum absolute value of torque in the shaft is T max = 75kip ft = 900kip in. It follows that the maximum shearing stress in the shaft is ˝ max = T maxc J =

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Oscilloscope Lab Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to introduce students to the basic tools used by engineers and technicians in analyzing electronic equipment: the function generator, the analog oscilloscope, and the digital oscilloscope. The oscilloscope is a tool commonly used by engineers and technicians to analyze and

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4.The altitude of a triangle is increasing at a rate of 1 cm/min while the area of the triangle is increasing at a rate of 2cm 2 /min. At what rate is the base of the triangle changing when the altitude is 10 cm and the area

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4. Let F 1 and F 2 be the forces exerted on the cylinder by the ground and curb, respectively, and consider the free-body diagram shown below. Moment equilibrium about the center of the cylinder shows that the line of action of F

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If the gas behaves ideally, the integral becomes zero (because the pressure to achieve ideal behavior approaches ). OUTCOME: Use the fugacity coefficient to calculate the vapor phase fugacity. FEC: Liquid-phase Fugacity Liquid-Phase Fugacity For a liquid, a reference state ( ) of an ideal gas is a poor choice. Instead, we choose

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5 CS/CoE0447: Computer Organization and Assembly Language University of Pittsburgh 38 Examples of control flow Weather programs • weather.c • weather.asm - illustrates if-then-else and while loop

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Uplift Weathering Hypothesis: CO 2 Removal The Uplift Weathering Hypothesis looks at chemical weathering as the active driver of climate change, rather than as a negative feedback that moderates climate change. As the rate of mountain building increases over Earth’s surface, the abundance of freshly exposed, unweathered rock increases, which

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Recitation 10 Xiang Xiao. Q1 ... a DFA for the simpler language, then use it to give the state diagram of a DFA for the language given. ∑ = {a, b}. {w | w is any string not in (ab+)*} {w | w is any string not in a* U b*} Q2 •Give state diagrams of DFAs recognizing the following languages. In all parts, the

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International Affairs majors at Pitt-Bradford take core courses in Political Science and Economics, with additional specialization via electives in Comparative Politics, International Relations, and International Political Economy. Students are required to gain intercultural competency and foreign language proficiency. International Affairs majors

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Required courses for the Psychology major The psychology major requires the completion of 34 to 35 credits in psychology, four credits in statistics, and nine to 10 credits of co-requirements distributed as follows. Foundation courses . PSY 0010 Introduction to Psychology .

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possible places that the dragon could go? By clicking on the word "desert," the show would move to a slide describing what happens to the dragon in the desert. If the student clicks on the word "forest," a different slide sequence appears with another ending. The learner thus participates, not

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Quiz 11 1.A table of values of an increasing function f is shown. Find lower and upper estimates for ∫ 30 10 f(x)dx. x 10 14 18 22 26 30 f(x) -12 -6 -2 1 3 8

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NFA to DFA Conversion Construct the subsets of states the NFA could be in simultaneously Construct new transition function / table [optional but important in practice] Minimize resulting DFA Algorithm Subset construction algorithm (aka. Büchi’s algorithm) CS 1622 Lecture 5 3 Büchi’s Algorithm(aka subset construction)

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3.The volume of a cube is increasing at a rate of 10 cm3/min. How fast is the surface area increasing when the length of an edge is 30 cm? Solution:The volume of cube of edge ‘ is V(‘(t)) = ‘3(t). To obtain the rate of change in volume as a function of the rate of change in the size of the edge perform implicit differentiation: dV dt = dV ...

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74. and Lisa Osbeck, "The Social in the Epistemic" in Peter Machamer and Gereon Wolters, eds. Science, Values and Objectivity, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2004. Pp. 78-89. 75. and Gereon Wolters, editors and "Introduction: Science, Values and Objectivity" in Peter

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The number of moles is equal to the mass m of 1 liter of water divided by the mass per mole of water. The mass of water is equal to its density p times the volume, as expressed by Equation 11.1. Thus, the number of electrons is N=10nN 18.0 g/mol 18.0 g/mol 1000 g (1000 x 10-3 m) 6.022 x 1023 mol 1 kg -10 18.0 g/mol 3.35 x 1026 electrons b.

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Predicate logic Remedies the limitations of the propositional logic • Explicitly models objects and their properties • Allows to make statements with variables and quantify them Predicate logic: • Constant –models a specific object Examples: “John”, “France”, “7” • Variable – represents object of specific type (defined ...

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The UHC administers the University’s most prestigious scholarship for incoming students, the Chancellor’s Scholarships, and thus plays a key role in recruiting some of the most talented students to Pitt. The UHC also mentors students through the process of preparing for national and international scholarship competitions.

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writing of the ancient Maya. It does not address the pronunciation of modern, spoken Maya languages. Instead, it focuses on how epigraphers and ... Mayanist Tatiana Proskouriakoff that epigraphers (or glyphic experts) could finally agree that Maya Hieroglyphic Writing was a fu ly functional system based on phonetic signs.

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6. A 60-lb boulder is suspended over a roof by a 40-ft cable that weighs 10 lb/ft. How much work is required to raise the boulder with the cable over the roof, the distance

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Adiabatic Temperature Rise ineeringi Simplified form: e ss Eng The adiabatic temperature rise is: - independent on the type of reactor - independent on reaction rate r f h ! t ive Proc-->> a property of the reactant mixture! More general form (introducing T-depend ency and allowing for different heat

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Welcome to the CITI Program University of Pittsburgh/ Introduction All students, faculty, staff, and physicians must complete specific training that may vary, depending on their discipline and research activities. The University of Pittsburgh and UPMC training draws on

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AMPS • Advanced Mobile Phone System is first generation wireless in US – Earlier systems used line of sight radio (eg, AT&T’s Improved Mobile Telephone Service in 1960s) – AT&T developed cellular concept in 1940s – 1971 proposed High Capacity Mobile Phone Service to FCC – 1979 FCC standardized it as AMPS in 800-900 MHz range

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• We use (informal) proofs to illustrate different methods of proving theorems CS 441 Discrete mathematics for CS M. Hauskrecht Methods of proving theorems Basic methods to prove the theorems: • Direct proof –p q is proved by showing that if p is true then q follows • Indirect proof – Show the contrapositive ¬q ¬p.

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Determine the moment produced by the force F in fig. 3—14a about point O. Express the result as a Cartesian vector. SOLUTION As shown in Fig. 3—14a, either r A or can be used to determine the moment about point O. These position vectors are rA = {12k} m and = {4i + 12j} m Force F expressed as a Cartesian vector is {4i + 12j - 12k} m = 2 kN

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The Morse Potential Let’s have a look at a very simple ‘model reaction’: F + H-H <=> We can describe the energy of this system based on the relative position of the atoms. This energy is (in the most simple case) described by the Morse potential: V(r) = where E diss is the respective bond dissociation energy, and βis related to the

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BASE. connection is common to both the input signal AND the output signal with the input signal being applied between the base and the emitter terminals. The corresponding output signal is taken from between the base and the collector terminals as shown with the base terminal grounded or connected to a fixed reference voltage point.

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• Digital data, digital signal – Equipment less complex and expensive than digital -to-analog modulation equipment • Analog data, digital signal – Permits use of modern digital transmission and switching equipme nt • Digital data, analog signal – Some transmission media will only propagate analog signals – E.g., unguided media (air)