# Evaluate and express the result in rectangular form: (a) [(2/30)(5/110)](1 + j2); (b)

## Problem 10.4 Chapter 10.3

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Problem 10.4

Evaluate and express the result in rectangular form: (a) [(2/30)(5/110)](1 + j2); (b) (5/200) + 4/20 . Evaluate and express the result in polar form: (c) (2 j7)/(3 j); (d) 8 j4 + [(5/80)/(2/20)].

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1. Mutual Exclusion Condition The resources involved are non-shareable. Explanation: At least one resource (thread) must be held in a non-shareable mode, that is, only one process at a time claims exclusive control of the resource. If another process requests that resource, the requesting process must be delayed until the resource has been released. 2. Hold and Wait Condition Requesting process...

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