Which equation best represents the **line** shown in the graph? A) 7x + 4y = 35 B) 4x – 7y = 35 C) 4x + 7y = -35 D) 7x – 4y = -35 (7, -1) (0, -5) Check Answer Additional Practice Problems #6) **Convert** this equation **to** standard form: y = ⅜**x** – 4 #7) **Convert** this equation **to** standard form: y = -⅔**x** + ⅜ Check Answer Check Answer **Converting** from Standard Form **to** Slope-Intercept Form This is a/

= "Hello World" >>> myString[2] l >>> myString[2] = "p" Traceback (most recent call last): File " ", **line** 1, in -toplevel- myString[2] = "p" TypeError: object doesnt support item assignment Python Programming, 2/e Strings and Secret Codes/**x** = eval(input("Enter a number ")) Enter a number 3.14 >>> print **x** 3.14 >>> type (**x**) Python Programming, 2/e Strings and Secret Codes # numbers2text.py # A program **to** **convert** a sequence of Unicode numbers into # a string of text. def main(): print ("This program **converts**/

4 two port matrices Differential Common mode Differential **to** common mode Common mode **to** differential Easier **to** relate **to** system specifications ACCM noise, differential impedance Disadvantages: Must **convert** from measured 4-port scattering matrix High Frequency Electromagnetic Waves In order **to** understand the frequency domain analysis, it is necessary **to** explore how high frequency sinusoid signals behave on transmission **lines** The equations that govern signals propagating on a/

celsius+32 3. Output fahrenheit Now we need **to** **convert** this **to** Python! Python Programming, 2/e14 Example Program: Temperature **Converter** #**convert**.py # A program **to** **convert** Celsius temps **to** Fahrenheit # by: Susan Computewell def main(): /**to** represent a specific value, e.g. 3.9, 1, 1.0 Simple identifiers are also expressions Use expressions **to** manipulate variables Python Programming, 2/e22 Elements of Programs >>> **x** = 5 >>> **x** 5 >>> print(**x**) 5 >>> print(spam) Traceback (most recent call last): File " ", **line**/

= "Hello World" >>> myString[2] l >>> myString[2] = "p" Traceback (most recent call last): File " ", **line** 1, in -toplevel- myString[2] = "p" TypeError: object doesnt support item assignment Python Programming, 2/e32 Strings and Secret /**x** = eval(input("Enter a number ")) Enter a number 3.14 >>> print **x** 3.14 >>> type (**x**) Python Programming, 2/e44 Strings and Secret Codes # numbers2text.py # A program **to** **convert** a sequence of Unicode numbers into # a string of text. def main(): print ("This program **converts**/

**x**=2 print(**x** = {}, y = {}.format(**x**,y)) return **x***y **x** and y are local variables **x** and y exist only during the execution of a function call **to** double Namespaces and modules Introduction **to** Computing Using Python A namespace is a mapping from names **to**/ >>> 1 fifteen age.txt default exception handler prints this Multiple exception handlers Introduction **to** Computing Using Python def readAge(filename): **converts** first **line** of file filename **to** an integer and prints it try: infile = open(filename) strAge = infile./

YES Can use Form 1040EZ Must use 1040A or 1040 Stop Repetition / Looping Structure START Input a temperature in Fahrenheit, F, and **convert** **to** Celsius, C Enter F C = 5/9(F-32) Output F, C YES Another Value ? NO STOP More Repetition / Looping /It can be delimited with semicolons, or commas. If there is no outputlist an empty **line** is written **to** the file. Examples: Open (“U:OutputStuff.txt”) For Output as 2 Print #2, “**X** = “; **x**; ” Y = “; y Close Program with Input and Print statements Option Explicit Sub Average/

7.4) T7.17 Inflation and Returns Key issues: What is the difference between a real return and a nominal return? How can we **convert** from one **to** the other? Example: Suppose we have $1000, and Diet Coke costs $2.00 per six pack. We can buy 500 six packs./ cash revenues and expenses are as follows: Year Revenues Expenses 1 $1,000 $500 2 2,000 1,000 Draw a time **line** and compute the NPV of project **X**. T9.2 NPV Illustrated (concluded) 1 2 Initial outlay ($1,100) Revenues $1,000 Expenses 500 Cash flow $500 Revenues /

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IN INDIA Back-**to**-Back HVDC LINK CONNECTING REGION CAPACITY (MW) Vindyachal North – West 2 **x** 250 Chandrapur West – South 2 **x** 500 Vizag – I/**Line** Commutated **converters** Operation of **Converter** Triggering can be delayed from this point and this is called firing angle α Output voltage of the **converter** is controlled by controlling the α – Rectifier action If α > 90º negative voltage is available across the bridge – Inverter action Due **to** finite transformer inductance, current transfer from one thyristor valve **to**/

**converted** first. 4 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. 1 This is the first **line**. Still the first **line**… 2 Now we are in the second **line**. 3 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. 4 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. Introduction **to** Computing Using Python Writing **to**/range(10): print(i) SyntaxError: expected an indented block >>> (3+4] SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> if **x** == 5 SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> print hello SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> lst = [4;5;6] /

**converted** first. 4 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. 1 This is the first **line**. Still the first **line**… 2 Now we are in the second **line**. 3 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. 4 Non string value like 5 must be **converted** first. Introduction **to** Computing Using Python Writing **to**/range(10): print(i) SyntaxError: expected an indented block >>> (3+4] SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> if **x** == 5 SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> print hello SyntaxError: invalid syntax >>> lst = [4;5;6] /

a **line** of characters, and assign them **to** the String inData String inData; System.out.println("Enter the data:"); inData = stdin.readLine(); System.out.println("You entered:" + inData ); Numeric Input Notice that the characters 1, 4, 9, and 2 were read in and written out just as were the other characters. If you want the user **to** enter numeric data, your program must **convert**/

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3 4 5 6 7 8 >>> greet = "Hello Bob" >>> greet[0] H >>> print greet[0], greet[2], greet[4] H l o >>> **x** = 8 >>> print greet[**x** - 2] B Python Programming, 1/e The String Data Type H e l o B b 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 In a /ASCII values for ch in message: print ord(ch), # use comma **to** print all on one **line**. main() Python Programming, 1/e Strings and Secret Codes We now have a program **to** **convert** messages into a type of “code”, but it would be nice **to** have a program that could decode the message! The outline for a decoder/

**line** rises 5 units each time the **x**-value increases by 2 units. The slope is. 2-10 Finding an Equation From a Graph The graph intersects the y-axis at (0, 5) and the **x**-axis at (–2, 0). The y-intercept is (0, 5). The **x**-intercept is (–2, 0). 2-11 Finding an Equation From a Graph Slope, y-intercept 5 **Converting** **to**/

if they have the same slope. y = 2x - 2 y = 2x - 5 **x** Sloped **Lines** y = -½**x** + 4 y = -½**x** y = -½**x** -3 y = -½**x** - 4 Sloped **lines** are all parallel **to** each other if they have the same slope. y = -½**x** + 4 **x** y = -½**x** y = -½**x** -3 y = -½**x** - 4 Check for Understanding Which of the following **lines** are parallel? (Hint: **convert** **to** slope-intercept form and compare slopes) 3y = -9x – 5 2y – 6x/

**line** rises 5 units each time the **x**-value increases by 2 units. The slope is. 2-10 Finding an Equation From a Graph The graph intersects the y-axis at (0, 5) and the **x**-axis at (–2, 0). The y-intercept is (0, 5). The **x**-intercept is (–2, 0). 2-11 Finding an Equation From a Graph Slope, y-intercept 5 **Converting** **to**/

dimensional analysis **to** **convert** between units 1.5 Use measuring devices with precision and accuracy 1.6 Create and interpret graphs by calculating a **line** of best fit and using the **line** **to** extrapolate and interpolate data 1.7 Define and calculate density 1.1 **Convert** between scientific/ by determining the volume and mass of each container. Define and calculate density **To** determine the volume, we will take length **x** width **x** height: 1.0 units **x** 1.0 units **x** 1.4 units 1.4 units3 The mass for the top would be 20/

.3, 7.3) then the floor function of **x**’=3 and y’=7, is plotted. Point Drawing (Raster display) **x** Scan **Converting** A Point (In vector display) **x**´=Floor(**x**) and y´=Floor(y) All points that satisfy: are mapped **to** pixel (**x**´,y´) Scan **Converting** A **Line** Scan **Converting** A **Line** The Cartesian slope- intercept equation for a straight **line** is: Scan **Converting** A **Line** These equation form the basic for determining deflection/

**to** (3+4***x**)/5 – 10*(y-5)*(a+b+c)/**x** + 9*(4/**x** + (9+**x**)/y) Liang, Introduction **to** Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 26 Example: **Converting** Temperatures Write a program that **converts** a Fahrenheit degree **to**/ with the help of the JBuilder debugger without leaving the IDE. The JBuilder debugger enables you **to** set breakpoints and execute programs **line** by **line**. As your program executes, you can watch the values stored in variables, observe which methods/

special escape-sequence character, then c matches c. The JLex tool: Example An example: import java_cup.runtime.*; %% %class Lexer %unicode %cup %**line** %column %state STRING %{ ... The JLex tool %state STRING %{ %{ StringBuffer string = new StringBuffer(); private Symbol symbol(int type) { return/ We can describe the algorithm by a set of mechanical rewrite rules private void parseN() { parse **X** } N ::= **X** Algorithm **to** **convert** EBNF into a RD parser parse t where t is a terminal accept(t); parse N where N/

random funct #include // time function using namespace std; indicates that the new C++ libraries should be used. If this **line** is left out, then the old iostream library is loaded: #include COMP104 C++ Basics / Slide 10 Constant Declarations * /**converted** **to** 2 and assigned **to** n **x** = m/n; // 3/2=1 **converted** **to** 1.0 and assigned **to** **x** n = **x**+m/2; // m/2=1 : integer division // **x**+m/2 : double addition because **x** is double // **convert** result of m/2 **to** double (i.e. 1.0) // **x**+m/2=2.0 // **convert** result of **x**+m/2 **to**/

char short for “character” enclosed in single quotes ‘**x**’, ‘$’ character string is string of chars enclosed in double quotes /**Line** Arguments (cont’d) Arguments are character strings, often want **to** **convert** them **to** numbers Some handy functions: atoi **converts** string **to** integer atof **converts** string **to** double **To** **convert** **to** float, recast result of atof They live in stdlib.h arguments are pointers **to** strings, so you would use, for example ival = atoi(argv[2]) **to** **convert** the 2 nd argument **to**/

here) 3.2: Remove from the AET any entries where ymax = y (none here) 3.3: Draw scan **line**. **To** handle multiple edges, group in pairs: {FA,EF}, {DE,CD} 3.3: Draw scan **line**. **To** handle multiple edges, group in pairs: {FA,EF}, {DE,CD} 3.4: y = y+1 (y =/**convert** once **to** a super-sampled grid, then average down. Cost: Cost: 1 scan conversion 1 scan conversion s 2 **x** p 2 storage, where there are (s **x** s) samples per pixel, (p **x** p) image s 2 **x** p 2 storage, where there are (s **x** s) samples per pixel, (p **x** p) image s 2 **x**/

of tokens (smallest individual units of a program) include: Other separators blanks, tabs, **line** feed, blank **lines** … Operators actions used **to** combine constants = and + in the expression y = **x** + THREE; © Janice Regan, CMPT 102, Sept. 2006 2 C: Binary Arithmetic Operators / The value of the variable or expression is not changed The value used in the larger expression is **converted** **to** the requested type Sample expressions including casts Integerone + (int)(Floatone+Floattwo) (float)Integerone + /

of Scioto River Using HEC-RAS/GIS **Converting** HEC-2 Data for HEC-RAS //**lines** Center **line** - require a **line** between banks Flow **lines** - direction of the flow –**X**-sections digitized from surveying maps Pre-processing (cont.) Digitizing provided **X**-sections using Arc/Info Conversion **to** ArcView GIS Labeling stations for **X**-sections Pre-processing Creating the HEC-RAS import file (*.geo) using AVRas –Temporary TIN –Center **line** –Bank **lines** –Flow **lines** –**X**-Sections HEC-2 **X**-sectionsPreprocessed **X**-sections Geo-referenced **X**/

, Inc. All rights reserved (Modified). 30 Adding Integers –Similar **to** previous statement Assigns variable secondNumber **to** second integer input –Method Integer.parseInt **Converts** String argument into an integer (type int ) –Class Integer in java.lang Integer returned by Integer.parseInt is assigned **to** variable number1 (**line** 27) –Remember that number1 was declared as type int **Line** 28 similar 23 secondNumber = 24 JOptionPane.showInputDialog( "Enter second integer/

firstNumber = JOptionPane.showInputDialog( "Enter first integer" ); 2.5 Another Java Application: Adding Integers Similar **to** previous statement Assigns variable secondNumber **to** second integer input Method Integer.parseInt **Converts** String argument into an integer (type int) Class Integer in java.lang Integer returned by Integer.parseInt is assigned **to** variable number1 (**line** 27) Remember that number1 was declared as type int If a non-integer value/

= mx i+1 + B = m(**x** i + Δ**x**) + B = (mx i + B) + mΔ**x** = y i + mΔ**x** = y i + m So next point **to** intensify is (**x** i+1, round(y i+1 )) Scan **Converting** **Lines** Basic Incremental Algorithm Two end points (**x** o,y o ) and (**x** 1,y 1 ) Calculate slope m=y 1 -y 0 / **x** 1 -**x** 0 If(m>1) (Steeper): **x** i+1 = (y i+1/

Review Videos Graphing the **x** and y intercept Graphing the **x** and y intercepts Graphing a **line** in slope intercept form **Converting** into slope intercept form Chapter 7 Section 6 Families of Linear Graphs What You’ll Learn You’ll learn **to** explore the effects of changing the slopes and y-intercepts of linear functions. Why It’s Important Business Families of graphs can display different/

is **to** use a statement like this: JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(**x**); where **x** is a string for the prompting message. Liang, Introduction **to** Java Programming, Fifth Edition, (c) 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-148952-6 59 **Converting** Strings **to** Integers/with the help of the JBuilder debugger without leaving the IDE. The JBuilder debugger enables you **to** set breakpoints and execute programs **line** by **line**. As your program executes, you can watch the values stored in variables, observe which /

moved? What is the technical level of the user, and who is going **to** have access **to** the interface? What features are needed in this interface? What are Scalers & Scan **Converters**? Scalers take one video resolution and **convert** it **to** another resolution by using techniques such as de-interlacing, **line** duplication, **line** averaging, and motion interpolation. Some of these techniques produce a better image than others. When/

often represented in graph form, especially in straight **lines** Experimental data often represented in graph form, especially in straight **lines** Equation of straight **line** given by Equation of straight **line** given by y = mx + c where **x** and y are the axes values m is /our reactants in grams using a balance. However, when these react they do so in a ratio of moles. Therefore, we need **to** **convert** between the mass we measure and the number of moles we require. The expression relating mass and number of moles is: Mass /

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resolution Horizontal (determined by bandwidth) and vertical (determined by the number of scan **lines**) video resolution Flat Panel Digital Fluoroscopy Flat panel devices are thin film transistor (TFT) arrays that are rectangular in format and are used as **x**-ray detectors CsI, a scintillator is used **to** **convert** the incident **x**-ray beam into light TFT systems have a photodiode at each detector element which/

RF drain chokes replaced with “quarter wave” transmission **lines**. Very few components left, all of them SMD and prone **to** automated manufacturing Reduced fabrication costs 13CAS - Power **Converters** 10 May 2014Jörn Jacob: RF solid state /**Converters** 10 May 2014Jörn Jacob: RF solid state amplifiers Prototype with 18 RF modules **x** 700 W : Successfully tested at 12.4 kW, = 63 % 75 kW prototype with 22 wings in construction Direct coupling of RF modules **to** the cavity combiner: No coaxial RF power **line**/

**x** || $y || $z; $xyz = $**x** or $y or $z; # WRONG $xyz = ( $**x** or $y or $z ); $**x** = $a = 1; $**x** = ++$a; print $**x**, $a; print " "; $**x** = $a = 1; $**x** = $a++; print $**x**, $a; $**x** = "A"; $**x** = ++$**x**; $**x** = "aaa"; $**x** = ++$**x**; $**x** = 4; $y = 3; $z = 2; $**x** = $**x** / print "Command: "; # get the input from STDIN and # chomp off the trailing newline chomp($command = ); # **convert** $command **to** lowercase lc($command); # **convert** the first character in uppercase $command = ucfirst $command; } until($command eq "Stop"); 96 # initialize a hash (/

of state as a gas is cooled uses sloped **lines** **to** indicate a decrease in temperature uses plateaus (flat **lines**) **to** indicate a change of state 119 On a cooling curve, diagonal **lines** indicate changes in temperature for a state, and horizontal **lines** (plateaus) indicate changes of state. A cooling/ 2 Write the plan **to** **convert** grams **to** heat and desired unit. 250. g ice **x** 80. cal = 20,000 cal (2.0 **x** 10 3 cal) 1 g ice Step 3 Calculate the heat **to** warm the water from 0 C **to** 37.0 C. 250. g **x** 37.0 C **x** 1.00 cal = /

**x**°**x**° November 10, 2014 1.Find the missing angle: 98° **x**°**x**° November 12, 2014 1.Find the missing angles: 115° **x**°**x**° November 13, 2014 1.Find the missing angles: 115° **x**°**x**° November 14, 2014 1.Find the missing angle: November 17, 2014 **x**º 72º 1.Find the linear equation of a **line**/what percent of 18? 1. 2. 3.**Convert** 0.6 **to** a percentage. December 9, 2014 1. 2. 3.**Convert** 45% **to** a fraction. December 10, 2014 1.Solve for **x**: December 11, 2014 1.Solve for **x**: December 12, 2014 1.Solve for **x**: 2.What is the area of the /

Add fractions, first finding common denominators if necessary, and reduce or **convert** **to** mixed numbers as necessary. 3.Add the sums of steps 1 / with an equal sign between them. 1. Write the unknown as “**X**”. 2. Write the percent (known or unknown) as a fraction with/**lines** perpendicular **to** each other; 90 degree angle Perpendicular – **line** or surface at a right angle **to** another **line** or surface Perpendicular – **line** or surface at a right angle **to** another **line** or surface Radius – **line** from the center of a circle **to**/

a simple console or standalone program: 1. package declaration for the file 2. import statements that bring in any additional code from other classes 3. class definition **line** that declares the class 4. main method that starts the program running package ch01; public class Rocket { public static void main(String args[ ]) { // code/ 5231 = 0 **x** 16 7 + 0 **x** 16 6 + 0 **x** 16 5 + 0 **x** 16 4 + 1 **x** 16 3 + 4 **x** 16 2 + 6 **x** 16 1 + 15 **x** 16 0 16 7 16 6 16 5 16 4 16 3 16 2 16 1 16 0 42 1.6 **Converting** From Base 16 **to** Base 10 The/

coordinates. r y **x** Steps for **Converting** Equations from Rectangular **to** Polar form and vice versa Four critical equivalents **to** keep in mind are: If **x** > 0 If **x** < 0 Identify, then **convert** **to** a rectangular equation and then graph the equation: Circle with center at the pole and radius 2. The graph is a straight **line** at extending through the pole. IDENTIFY and GRAPH: Now **convert** that equation into/

Filter Encode, Decode Data Sharing with Cache Bus **Converter**, Protocol Translator … System Integrator (SI) Value-Added/DAS P.32 PDS-700 Naming Convention PDS-7 **X** Y **X**: Number of Total Ports Y: Serial Ports Type /**to** do is simply modify the UserCmd() function in User.C file. P.53 Software Solutions VxComm utility/ driver Virtual COM Port Driver for Windows NT 4.0 Virtual COM Port Driver for Windows 2000/XP/2003 and Vista32 Configuration Utility 7188X.exe (for DOS) Configuration Program in pure DOS. (Command **Line**/

**x** for A can be **converted** **to** **x** ’ for B, such that **x** is in A if and only if **x** ’ is in B. Likewise, for B **to** C. –**Convert** **x** ’ into **x** ’’ for C such that **x** ’ is in B iff **x** ’’ is in C. –Hence, if **x** is in A, **x** ’ is in B, and **x** ’’ is in C. –Likewise, if **x** ’’ is in C, **x** ’ is in B, and **x**/ hence S is satisfied Why? (cover satisfiable) This is the complete proof. Bottom **line**: S is satisfiable iff G has a vertex cover of size at most n + 2m. Bottom **line** 2: Vertex Cover is NP-Complete Clique A clique of a graph G=(V,E) /

more checking is done Any loop can be **converted** **to** other type For loops are count controlled While loops are sentinel Be carful with the null statement in if and loops if ( **x** > 0); cout 0); **x**--; Luai M. Malhis152 Computer Programming An-/while (ifstr.get(ch)) { ofstr << ch; } ifstr.close(); ofstr.close(); } Faster Copy the getline function (from ) reads an entire **line** of text, including whitespace two arguments: input stream and a string #include #include #include void main() { char infile[40]; cout > infile/

-**Line** Statements: Statements in Python typically end with a new **line**. Python does, however, allow the use of the **line** continuation character () **to** denote that the **line** /**x** [,base])**Converts** **x** **to** an integer. base specifies the base if **x** is a string. long(**x** [,base] )**Converts** **x** **to** a long integer. base specifies the base if **x** is a string. float(**x**)**Converts** **x** **to** a floating-point number. complex(real [,imag]) Creates a complex number. str(**x**)**Converts** object **x** **to** a string representation. repr(**x**)**Converts** object **x** **to**/

radians (5, 0.93) polar coordinates are: Try these! **Convert** ( 2, Π ) **to** rectangular **Convert** **to** rectangular **Convert** (-1, 1 ) **to** polar **Convert** ( 0, 2) **to** polar Steps for **Converting** Equations from Rectangular **to** Polar form and vice versa Four critical equivalents **to** keep in mind are: The graph is a straight **line** at extending through the pole. IDENTIFY and GRAPH: Identify, then **convert** **to** a rectangular equation and then graph the equation: Circle with/

the title of the input dialog box. JOptionPane. showInputDialog(**x**); where **x** is a string for the prompting message. Liang, Introduction **to** Java Programming,revised by Dai-kaiyu 65 **Converting** Strings **to** Integers **To** **convert** a string into an int value, you can use the/ with the help of the JBuilder debugger without leaving the IDE. The JBuilder debugger enables you **to** set breakpoints and execute programs **line** by **line**. As your program executes, you can watch the values stored in variables, observe which methods/

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