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Amrit Lal Ahuja

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Education

  • BEng, Allahabad University, India, 1993
  • MSc , Pune University, India, 2003
  • PhD (IP), Pune University, India, In progress

Subjects

  • Engineering
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

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Write a simple program

Write a program to:
prompt the user for a file name and open the file for reading. Print out all the information in the file, numbering each new line of text.

Language is C Basic

Computer Science / Data / Files » 15412

Linear Proramming: Problem with three products and three additives plus a base

Incredible indelible ink company mixes three additives, A1,A2, A3 to a base in different proportions to obtain different colors of ink.
Red ink is obtained by mixing A1, A2, and A3 in the ration of 3:1:2, blue ink in the ratio of 2:3:4, and green in the ratio of 1:2:3.
After these additives are READ MORE »

Mathematics / Linear Transformation / Linear Programming » 7934

Calculating Necessary Tonnes of Lime to Raise a Lake's pH

One of the impacts of fossil fuels is an increase in acid deposition (or acid rain as many people refer to it). The following exercise asks you to calculate how much lime (an alkaline rock, not the tasty green fruit) it would take to increase the pH of a small lake.

Consider a small lake in the READ MORE »

Chemistry / Physical Chemistry / Acids and Bases » 10319

Computing the Z-transform

1. For a discrete-time signal x[n] with the z-Transform X(z) = z/(8z^2-2z-1), find the z-Transform, V(z) for the signal v[n] = x[n] * x[n].

2. Compute the unit-pulse response h[n] for the discrete-time system y[n+2]2y[n+1]+y[n]=x[n] (for n = 0, 1, 2, 3).

3. Compute the z-transform of t READ MORE »

Engineering / Electrical Engineering » 540638

Monte Carlo Simulation and Sensitivity Analysis

A decision maker is working on a problem that requires her to study the uncertainty surrounding the payoff of an investment. There are three possible levels of payoff -$1,000, $5,000, and $10,000. As a rough approximation, the decision maker believes that each possible payoff is equally likely. But READ MORE »

Statistics / Correlation and Regression Analysis » 545857
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