Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
______ 1. In computer mathematical simulation, a system is replicated with a mathematical model that is analyzed with the computer.
______ 3. A factor that can affect simulation results is the ending conditions.
______ 4. Manual simulation is limited because of the amount of real time required to simulate even one trial.
______ 5. Simulation results will not equal analytical results unless enough trials of the simulation have been conducted to reach steady state.
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
______ 6. In computer mathematical simulation a system is replicated with a mathematical model that is analyzed
with a software program
with a spreadsheet
with a computer
none of the above
______ 7. The ____________ process is analogous to gambling devices
none of the above
_____ 8. _______________ can sometimes be obtained for simulation models by employing search techniques
______ 9. Random numbers generated by a ______________ process instead of a ___________ process are pseudorandom numbers.
physical / physical
physical / mathematical
mathematical / physical
mathematical / mathematical
______ 10. Validation of the simulation model deals with the
computation of the random numbers
determination of the random numbers
determination of the solution
sensitivity of the solution
This posting provides solution to multiple choice questions on quantum mechanics
1. The wavelength spectrum of the radiation energy emitted from a system in thermal equilibrium is observes to have a maximum value which decreases with increasing temperature. Outline briefly the significance of this observation for quantum physics.
2. The “stopping potential” in a photoelectric cell depends only on the frequency v of the incident electromagnetic radiation and not on its intensity. Explain how the assumption that each photoelectron is emitted following the absorption of a single quantum of energy hv is consistent with this observation.
3. Write down the de Broglie equations relating the momentum and energy of free particle to, respectively, the wave number k and angular frequency w of the wave-function which describes the particle.
4. Write down the Heisenberg uncertainty Principle as it applies to the position x and momentum p of a particle moving in one dimension.
5. Estimate the minimum range of the momentum of a quark confined inside a proton size 10 ^ -15 m.
6. Explain briefly how the concept of wave-particle duality and the introduction of a wave packet for a particle satisfies the Uncertainty Principle.