How is the integral mode implemented on a digital controller?
Options: the digital controller cannot handle integral mode, the error is divided into discrete amounts, the error signal is summed over a discrete time interval and accumulated by the controller, All of the above
Options: used only for simple tasks, one that never shuts down, self-contained in that raw materials enter the process and an identifiable products exits the process., used only with analog controllers.
Options: a. Select File>Properties form the menu and type 3 in the Copies to print text box. b. Select File >Print from the menu and type 3 in the Number of copies text box. c. Click the Print button on the standard toolbar to print the document then take it to Kinkoâ€™s and have 2 more copies made d. Press Ctrl+P+3
. What is the difference between ‘open’ and ‘open exclusively’
Options: a. Open statement opens access database files and open exclusively opens database files of other program like oracle
b. Open exclusive locks whole database so that no one can access it whereas open locks only the record that is being accessed
c. Both open and open exclusively are same
d. Open exclusive command does not exist in MS Access
Options: A) Mechanical analog computers have existed for thousands of years
B) There are mechanical analog computers and electronic analog computers.
C) All electronic computers are digital computers
D) All of above are false
A group of 2m - 1 routers are interconnected in a centralized binary tree, with router at each tree node. Router I communicate with router J by sending a message to the root of the tree. The root then sends the message back down to J. Then find the mean router-router path length.
You type Router#sh ru and receive an % ambiguous command error. Why did you receive this message?
Options: The command requires additional options or parameters., There is more than one show command that starts with the letters ru., There is no show command that starts with ru., The command is being executed from the wrong router mode.