Cauchy’s residue theorem, where appropriate, to evaluate the given integral along the indicated contours. z + 1 dz z2 (z – 2i) (a) Izl= 1 (b) Iz-2i|-1 (c) lz-2-4

Cauchy's residue theorem, where appropriate, to evaluate the given integral along the indicated contours. z + 1 dz z2 (z - 2i) (a) Izl= 1 (b) Iz-2i|-1 (c) lz-2-4

Continue Reading Cauchy’s residue theorem, where appropriate, to evaluate the given integral along the indicated contours. z + 1 dz z2 (z – 2i) (a) Izl= 1 (b) Iz-2i|-1 (c) lz-2-4

Assignment A scientist has developed a mathematical model for a physical process, and he wants to check how good is model is. To evaluate the correctness of his model, he wants to test the results of his model under certain parameters and compare them with experimental results. Write a program that first reads the number of tests (testCount) as an int followed by the results of each test according to the model as a double array. (testModel) and finally the results of each test according to experiments as a double array (testExperiment). Then, the program should calculate the error of the model by evaluating the average of the absolute values (i.e., mutlak değer) of the differences between the model result and experimental result (see formula below) using a function. testCount Error = testCount ItestModel; – textExperiment,1 i=1 NOTE: Individual absolute value of the difference between the model value and the experiment value calculations MUST be one in the function. Every other functionality MUST be done in the main function. NOTE: To calculate the absolute value of a number you MAY use the abs function. NOTE: testCount will always be a positive integer whose value will be at most 40. NOTE: The sizes of both testModel and testExperiment arrays will always be equal to testCount. 8 5 3 3.5 2.3 5.6 7.1 10.3 32.1 124.4-0.7 Input 92644 56 45 92 11 3 756 51 48 100 2.5 1.9 7.2 9.1 10.3 33.1 165.2 0.7 Output 1.4 5.3333 5.75

Assignment A scientist has developed a mathematical model for a physical process, and he wants to check how good is model is. To evaluate the correctness of his model, he…

Continue Reading Assignment A scientist has developed a mathematical model for a physical process, and he wants to check how good is model is. To evaluate the correctness of his model, he wants to test the results of his model under certain parameters and compare them with experimental results. Write a program that first reads the number of tests (testCount) as an int followed by the results of each test according to the model as a double array. (testModel) and finally the results of each test according to experiments as a double array (testExperiment). Then, the program should calculate the error of the model by evaluating the average of the absolute values (i.e., mutlak değer) of the differences between the model result and experimental result (see formula below) using a function. testCount Error = testCount ItestModel; – textExperiment,1 i=1 NOTE: Individual absolute value of the difference between the model value and the experiment value calculations MUST be one in the function. Every other functionality MUST be done in the main function. NOTE: To calculate the absolute value of a number you MAY use the abs function. NOTE: testCount will always be a positive integer whose value will be at most 40. NOTE: The sizes of both testModel and testExperiment arrays will always be equal to testCount. 8 5 3 3.5 2.3 5.6 7.1 10.3 32.1 124.4-0.7 Input 92644 56 45 92 11 3 756 51 48 100 2.5 1.9 7.2 9.1 10.3 33.1 165.2 0.7 Output 1.4 5.3333 5.75

Perform a comprehensive comparative analysis between Swiss cheese model and the management oversight and risk tree (MORT) model. Please use a table.

Perform a comprehensive comparative analysis between Swiss cheese model and the management oversight and risk tree (MORT) model. Please use a table. A variant of MORT is called the Safety…

Continue Reading Perform a comprehensive comparative analysis between Swiss cheese model and the management oversight and risk tree (MORT) model. Please use a table.

Build a Java Class to figure out the values of the following situations(you can write one class and print out the value of x(n) after each statement.) Call your class “Calcs.java”. a. x1 = 3+4-6/2*3; b. x2= 12 % 5; c. y3=4; z3=3; x3=y3++ + ++z3; d. x4=3; y4 = x4++ +4; e. y5=7; x5 = (y5<=4)?3:8; f. x6 = 5; x6*=3;

Build a Java Class to figure out the values of the following situations(you can write one class and print out the value of x(n) after each statement.) Call your class…

Continue Reading Build a Java Class to figure out the values of the following situations(you can write one class and print out the value of x(n) after each statement.) Call your class “Calcs.java”. a. x1 = 3+4-6/2*3; b. x2= 12 % 5; c. y3=4; z3=3; x3=y3++ + ++z3; d. x4=3; y4 = x4++ +4; e. y5=7; x5 = (y5<=4)?3:8; f. x6 = 5; x6*=3;

(a) Justify why a lossy compression can be applied to an image but not a Microsoft document. (5 marks] (b) You received a data as follow that was encoded using Run Length Encoding (RLE). (1,6), (0,3), (1,1), (0,2), (1,1), (0,1), (1,2), (0,1), (1,2), (0,2), (1,1), (0,1), (1,1), (0,5), (1,1), (0,1), (1,1), (0,2), (1,5), (0,5), (1,3), (0,3), (1,3), (0,1), Reconstruct the original binary data array. (5 marks) If the binary data in Q2(b)(i) was compressed using Huffman Coding, identify what is the original message based on the Huffman Code given in Table Q2(b)(ii). [10 marks) (ii) Assuming that the data is an audio recording, based on your answer in Q2(b)(ii), determine the original message if the sampling rate is reduced by half. [5 marks) Table Q2(b)(ii) Symbol A space R E M Code 10 000 011 1100 1101 1110 1111 0010 0011 0100 0101 I S L T

(a) Justify why a lossy compression can be applied to an image but not a Microsoft document. (5 marks] (b) You received a data as follow that was encoded using…

Continue Reading (a) Justify why a lossy compression can be applied to an image but not a Microsoft document. (5 marks] (b) You received a data as follow that was encoded using Run Length Encoding (RLE). (1,6), (0,3), (1,1), (0,2), (1,1), (0,1), (1,2), (0,1), (1,2), (0,2), (1,1), (0,1), (1,1), (0,5), (1,1), (0,1), (1,1), (0,2), (1,5), (0,5), (1,3), (0,3), (1,3), (0,1), Reconstruct the original binary data array. (5 marks) If the binary data in Q2(b)(i) was compressed using Huffman Coding, identify what is the original message based on the Huffman Code given in Table Q2(b)(ii). [10 marks) (ii) Assuming that the data is an audio recording, based on your answer in Q2(b)(ii), determine the original message if the sampling rate is reduced by half. [5 marks) Table Q2(b)(ii) Symbol A space R E M Code 10 000 011 1100 1101 1110 1111 0010 0011 0100 0101 I S L T

Buyers Jack and Matilda have signed a waiver of their right to receive the disclosure statement for the home they are purchasing. Which statement from the seller must they accept receipt of in spite of the waiver? Repairs are needed to the water system. The roof leaks. There are drainage problems on the property. The basement flooded.

Buyers Jack and Matilda have signed a waiver of their right to receive the disclosure statement for the home they are purchasing. Which statement from the seller must they accept…

Continue Reading Buyers Jack and Matilda have signed a waiver of their right to receive the disclosure statement for the home they are purchasing. Which statement from the seller must they accept receipt of in spite of the waiver? Repairs are needed to the water system. The roof leaks. There are drainage problems on the property. The basement flooded.

1. Please evaluate the two mutually exclusive projects whose cash flows are given below. Discount rate is 10%. Use NPV, IRR and profitability index for decision making. Explain the reason for your choice. Years 0 1 Project Y (60 000) 0 Project M (60 000) 20 000 20 000 20 000 20 000 2 3 0 0 100 000 4 1. You decided to replace your existing machinery and equipment with more efficient ones with newer technology. Your old machinery and equipment was bought 5 years ago, with a price 1,740,000, and economic life of 12 years. It can be sold in the market for 540,000. New machinery & equipment cost 2,450,000, economic life 7 years, 10% will be paid for customs duties, and 175,000 for assembly. Both machinery and equipment groups have no scrap value and depreciated using straight-line method. New machinery & equipment is expected to increase sales by 3,250,000 annually, gross margin is 60% of sales, fixed operating costs stay the same. ACP stays at its original 45 days level, all sales on credit, credit purchases 10% of sales, payment period 60 days, inventory turnover is 6.5 times. Assume 1 year is 360 days. Corporate tax rate is 20%, WACC is 14%. Should the replacement be made? Use NPV for decision making.

Please evaluate the two mutually exclusive projects whose cash flows are given below. Discount rate is 10%. Use NPV, IRR and profitability index for decision making. Explain the reason for…

Continue Reading 1. Please evaluate the two mutually exclusive projects whose cash flows are given below. Discount rate is 10%. Use NPV, IRR and profitability index for decision making. Explain the reason for your choice. Years 0 1 Project Y (60 000) 0 Project M (60 000) 20 000 20 000 20 000 20 000 2 3 0 0 100 000 4 1. You decided to replace your existing machinery and equipment with more efficient ones with newer technology. Your old machinery and equipment was bought 5 years ago, with a price 1,740,000, and economic life of 12 years. It can be sold in the market for 540,000. New machinery & equipment cost 2,450,000, economic life 7 years, 10% will be paid for customs duties, and 175,000 for assembly. Both machinery and equipment groups have no scrap value and depreciated using straight-line method. New machinery & equipment is expected to increase sales by 3,250,000 annually, gross margin is 60% of sales, fixed operating costs stay the same. ACP stays at its original 45 days level, all sales on credit, credit purchases 10% of sales, payment period 60 days, inventory turnover is 6.5 times. Assume 1 year is 360 days. Corporate tax rate is 20%, WACC is 14%. Should the replacement be made? Use NPV for decision making.

Your Uncle is about to retire, and he wants to buy an annuity that will provide him with $85,000 of income a year for 25 years, with the first payment coming immediately. The going rate on such annuities is 15%. How much would it cost him to buy the annuity today? * a. $1,063,968 b. $1,119,966 c. $1,178,912 d. $1,240,960 e. None of the above

Your Uncle is about to retire, and he wants to buy an annuity that will provide him with $85,000 of income a year for 25 years, with the first payment…

Continue Reading Your Uncle is about to retire, and he wants to buy an annuity that will provide him with $85,000 of income a year for 25 years, with the first payment coming immediately. The going rate on such annuities is 15%. How much would it cost him to buy the annuity today? * a. $1,063,968 b. $1,119,966 c. $1,178,912 d. $1,240,960 e. None of the above

A multiloop circuit is shown in the figure. It is not necessary to solve the entire circuit. Compared to the polarity shown in the figure, the emf ?1 is closest to

A multiloop circuit is shown in the figure. It is not necessary to solve the entire circuit. Compared to the polarity shown in the figure, the emf ?1 is closest…

Continue Reading A multiloop circuit is shown in the figure. It is not necessary to solve the entire circuit. Compared to the polarity shown in the figure, the emf ?1 is closest to