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Saturday, 16 February 2019
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ENG101 English Comprehension | Assignment No.2 Solution | Spring 2018 | Due Date : May 2018
Eng101-English Comprehension
Spring 2018
Assignment No. 2
Total Marks: 20
Lectures: 10-18
Q1. Writers use different techniques to bring their characters to life. They use these techniques to translate their vision of people using words. Some extracts from different writings are given below. In each paragraph, identify the technique used by the writer for “character representation”.
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Lectures: 10-18
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_{}^{}Q1. Writers use different techniques to bring their characters to life. They use these techniques to translate their vision of people using words. Some extracts from different writings are given below. In each paragraph, identify the technique used by the writer for “character representation”.
Choose an
appropriate technique from the following:
- In action
- In speech
- By direct statement
- By choice of words and picking out a particular feature or detail
- By associating the character with a point of view
Q2. One vital
concept of reading comprehension is to evaluate texts. Two passages have been
given to evaluate the writer’s intention regarding running on a treadmill. Read
the passages carefully and compare them by answering the multiple choice
questions given below. (2*5=10 Marks)
Passage (1)
The treadmill began to whir, and I gripped
its handlebars as the belt started moving me backwards. All I could do now was run -- or begrudgingly
barrel forward -- toward an outdated screen that showed me the terrain I was
supposed to be running on. It was made
of red squares stacked up, one on top of another: the higher stacks were
supposed to be steep hills, and the lower ones, valleys. I tried to picture them as burning coals to
see if that would make me speed up or at least feel like this exercise was somehow
connected to nature -- even one of its cruel parts.
Passage (2)
The treadmill began to whir, and my heart
sped up faster than the belt could go. Instead of pressing "select"
on my remote control to escape into a TV show, I had just selected "Power
Run." A sleek screen with a simple
set of red lines showed me the terrain on which I was running. Those red lines looked like a pulse, and they
got me to run farther and faster than I could ever run when I'm outside,
worried about weather, cars, or other people.
It may not have looked like I was going anywhere that night, but I had
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Wednesday, 6 February 2019
CS602 Computer Graphics Quiz MCQS Lecture 23-45 FinalTerm Objective Questions | SUPERSTARWEBTECH
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1. To convert the information in the A matrix into that required for the P matrix, we do some simple matrix algebra. First, we have GP=
NP
UP
NU
UNP ✔
2. With similar expressions for y(u) and z(u). Again the a, b, c and d terms are constant coefficients. As we did with Equation for a plane curve, we combine the x(u), y(u), and z(u) expressions into a single vector equation :
Au2+bu1+cu+d
Au4+bu3+cu2+d1
Au3+bu2+cu2+d
Au3+bu2+cu+d ✔
3. NURBS stands for __
Non-Universal Rational Binary Spline
Non-Uniform Rational Binary Splines
Non-Uniform Rational Beta Splines ✔
Non-Universal Rational Beta Splines
4. An independent consortium, the OpenGL Architecture Review Board, guides the OpenGL specification. With broad industry support, OpenGL is the only truly open, vendor-neutral, ___ graphics standard.
Tertiary
Binary
Single platform
Multiplatform ✔
5. A space curve is not confined to a plane. It is free to twist through space. To define a space curve we must use parametric functions that are ____
Binary Polynomials
Mono Polynomials
Quadratic Polynomials
Cubic Polynomials ✔
6. ___ sets the reshape callback for the current window. The reshape callback is triggered when a window is reshaped
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glutIdleFunc
glutReshapeFunc ✔
glutDisplayFunc
7. The reflected light wave turns out to be a ___ case since light is reflected at the same angle as the incident wave (when the surface is smooth and uniform, as we'll assume for now).
Unknown
Simple ✔
Complex
Abnormal
8. Signed integer colour components, when specified, are linearly mapped to floating-point values such that the most positive representable value maps to 1.0, and the most negative representable value maps to ___.
-1.0
0.0
2.0
1.0✔
Floating-point values are mapped directly.
9. To ensure a smooth transition from one section of a piecewise ___ to the next, we can impose various continuity conditions at the connection points.
non-parametric curve
parametric curve
polygon vector ✔
None
10. If the current matrix (according to glMatrixMode) is multiplied by this translation matrix, with the product replacing the current matrix. That is if M is the current matrix and T is the translation matrix, then M is replaced with ___.
M-T
M+T
M/T
M*T ✔
11. glutReshapeWindow requests a change in the size of the current window. The width and height parameters are size extents in pixels. The width and height must be ___Neutral
Negative
Positive
None
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MTH501 Linear Algebra Quiz 2 Lecture 28-32 FALL 2018 Due date: 04 Feb, 2019 | SSWT
MTH501-Linear Algebra
QUIZ 2
Lecture 28-32
FALL 2018
due date: 04 Feb., 2019
QUIZ 2
Lecture 28-32
FALL 2018
due date: 04 Feb., 2019
The null-space of a linear transformation T is the set of all vectors v such that T(v)= |
If A is an n x n matrix, then the following statements are equivalent EXCEPT |
If A is triangular matrix then the eigenvalues of A are the entries on the main diagonal of A |
A row interchange ____ the sign of determinant |
The characteristics polynomial of a 3 x 3 identity matrix is ___ if x is the eigen value of the given 3 x 3 identity matrix |
An n x n matrix with n distinct eigen values is ___ |
If λ is an eigen value of a matrix A and x is a corresponding eigenvector, and if k is any positive integer then λ k is an eigenvalue of ___ and x is corresponding eigenvector. |
If 3 is an eigenvalue of A and x is a corresponding eigenvector then what is the eigenvalue of A^2? |
The dominant or principal eigenvector of a matrix is an eigenvector corresponding to the eigenvalue of ___ magnitude (for real numbers, largest absolute value) of that matrix. |
If n x n matrices A and B are similar. then they have the ___ characteristic polynomial. |
If A be n x n matrix, then det(A^T)= |
An n x n matrix A is diagonalizable if and only if A has n linearly ___ eigenvectors |
If A is a m x n matrix and A=A^T which of the following must always be true? |
An n x n matrix with n distinct values is ___ |
The dominant or principal eigenvector of a matrix is an eigenvector corresponding to the eigenvalue of ___ magnitude (for real numbers, largest absolute value) of that matrix_{}^{} |
If n x n matrices A and B are similar, then they have the ___ characteristic polynomial |
Two matrices with the same characteristic polynomial ___ similar |
If x-2 is a factor of the characteristic polynomial of matrix C then an eigenvalue of C is |
If A and B are n x n matrices, then det (AB) = |
A row interchange ___ the sign of the determinant |