Use a search engine such as Google to find information about Gordon E. Mooreand Moore's law, the famous law about technological advances that he proposed.(a) What is Moore's law? Give a brief description in your own words.(b) Who is Gordon E. Moore? What was hIs pOSItIon at the tIme he first proposedMoore's law? What company did he later cofound? WIth whom dId hecofound this company? . .(c) In what field did Gordon E. Moore obtain his BS degree? At what unIversitydid he receive his BS degree? Where did he obtain his PhD degree? In whatfield was his PhD degree? . .(d) What Nobel Prize-winning physicist gave Gordon E. Moore hIS first Jobopportunity? ,(e) What was the number of the first microprocessor developed at Moorc s companyand how many transistors did it have? When was it introduced", _(0 One important benchmark of computatIonal progress ISthe performance-toprice ratio (PPR) of computers" The PPR is the number of bIts per word dIvidedby the product of cycle time (l/clock speed) and pnce. The ongmalIBM PC (1981) with an 8-bit word length, a 4.77 MHz clock, and a pnce tagof $5000 came in with a PPR of ~ 7600. Computers based on other Importantprocessors are listed in the table below. Calculate the PPR of each of thesecomputers. Does Moore's law hold for the PPR? How did you come to yourconclusion?

Chapter 19Thermodynamics Defined as the study of energy and changes in the flow of energy Answers the question will the reaction absorb or release heat, will the reaction occur, will it occur spontaneously at a certain temperature Tells nothing about the time of the reaction Balanced > an increase in randomness, enthalpy change known as delta H ( heat...