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Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Practice Exam 1: Math 3214; Spring, 20121.Let P = ( 1 1 1 ) , Q = ( 2 3 2 ) , R = ( 1 1 1 ).a)Find an equation for the plane passing through Q and orthogonal to Q P .b)Let L be the line through P in the direction of R and let ( x y z ) be thepoint
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Math 3214: Practice Exam 2 and Take HomeProblem to be Turned in with 4-4-12 Exam1.Let (x, y ) = y sin x + x cos y and let C be the curve described parametrically by x = t, y = t2 , 0 t 1. With F (X ) = F (x, y ) = (x, y ), computethe line integral C F
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Name:Math 3214 Project; Due: 04/30/12.Basic Setting:We consider the elliptical regionR R2 ; R = cfw_x, y4x2 + y 2 4 .The surface is the portion of the graph of the functionz = (x, y ) = 1 y2x244lying above R in R3 . The curve C is the boundary
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
NameQuiz 4, Math 3214, Spring 2012Due in 418 McBryde, Friday, April 27, 2012. Use this page ascover sheet and staple, please. This quiz is worth 32 points.Use spherical coordinates to compute the integral1.Ax 2 + y 2 + z 2 dx dy dzwhere A is the h
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
NameClassroom IDQuiz 2: Math 3214; Due: Monday, Feb. 13, 2012Note: The symbolis attached.indicates the transpose of the vector to which it1. Let C be the curve in R 2 given by y = x3 , 0 x 1/2.Compute the arc length integralC2.f (x, y ) ds,f (x
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Virginia Tech - MATH - 3214
Clemson - ME - 303
ANNOUNCED qUtZNAME:#t - ME 303 -Spring 2oL2I otttTtoNDATE:This is an open book quiz. You may use a calculator. A grade of zero will be given if the honorspledge is not signed,1. Consider a tank having a volume of 0.5 m3 that is initially evacuated
Clemson - ME - 303
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ANNOUNCED QUIZ #4-ME 303SoLL)Ttovl-Spring201-2This is an open book quiz. You may use a calculator. A grade of zero will be given if the honorspledge is not signed.1. Coasider a horizontal piston-cylinder assenbly containlng 0.5 kg of propane whic
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ANNOUNCED QUIZ #6-ME 303-Spring 2012SOTUTI ON'&amp;o/zb&quot;t&lt; q,riz. You may use a calculator. A grade of zero will be given if the honorsThtr t&quot;pledge i&quot;not signed.s &quot;p&quot;ata1x 6tto cycle that has a pressure of 95 lbf/1nz ard a teElperature of 1000oR
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ANNOUNCED QUIZ #!O- ME303-Spring 2012soLoTtoNNAME:This is ,r\$ open book quiz. You may use a calculator. A grade of zero will be given if the honorspledge is not signed.1. A vesselIl,initial-y contains 1 kmol of llz and 4 knol of N2. An equlllbr
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FINAL EXAM EQUATION SHEETConservation of EnergyE = Q WdE=QWdtdEC.V.= QC.V. WC.V. +dt(1)(2)mi ( h i +iVi2+ gzi ) 2me ( h e +eVe2+ gze )2(3)Entropy Balance2QTS =1b+(4)(5)jQj+Tj(6)jQj+TjS =dS=dtdSC.V.=dtjQj+
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EXAM #1Sections 001 and 002 - ThermodynamicsProf. J. R. Salor-Spring 2012Sot UTtoNNAME:This is- ME 303 -a closed book exam. Zero creditwill be earned for this exam if the honors pledge is not signed.1. (10 poi-nts) A heat pump maintains a house
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EXAM #2 - ME 303 - ThemrodynarnicsProf. j. R. SaylorSNAME:otDTt-Spring 2012oNThis is a closed book quiz. You may use a calculator. A grade of zero will be given if the honors pledge is notsigned.at B MPa and 480&quot;C leaves the steam generator of a
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EXAM#3- ME 303 - Thermodynamics - SpringProf. J. R Saylorcfw_ 0 LUTNAME:This isa closed20120/Vbook exam. You may useacalculator. A grade of zerowillbe givenif the honors pledge is notsigned.1. Thedifference between the two specific heats
Clemson - ME - 303
Clemson - ME - 303
Homework Assignment ScheduleME 303 Thermodynamics Prof. J. R. Saylor Spring 2012Assignment # Assignment12/31,64 3/70,125 4/45,102,11325/5,18,31,5835/64,65,75,77 6/446/14,24,43,5756/82,86,97,14966/139,152 8/2,13,3478/49,52 9/11,20,2189/28
Clemson - ME - 303
Clemson - ME - 303
Clemson - ME - 303
Clemson - ME - 303
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ME 303 Problem Solving FormatAdhere to the following guidelines when solving homework, quiz or exam problems. Theseguidelines may be updated as the course progresses. If they are, you will be notied by e-mailthat a new version of the guidelines has bee
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC 434, Section 1, Homework Assignment 1Dierential Equations and Linear IndependenceDue: 9:05am, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011Point value: 20The purpose of this homework assignment is to help you:1. recall strategies to compute solutions to dierential
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC 434-001 Homework 1 Solution1. (a) The characteristic equation is 2 4 + 5 = 0, and the roots are 1 = 2 + i,2 = 2 i. Thus the general solution isy (t) = e2t (c1 cos(t) + c2 sin(t) .Note that y (t) = e2t (2c1 + c2 ) cos(t) + (2c2 c1 ) sin(t).Thus
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC 434, Section 1, Homework Assignment 2Integration by parts and more ODEsDue: 9:05am, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011Point value: 20The purpose of this homework assignment is to help you:1. recall techniques for integration by parts;2. resolve solutions t
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC 434, Section 1, Homework Assignment 2 Solution1. (a)x2 y1 (x) + 2xy1 (x) 6y1 (x) = x2 (2) + 2x(2x) 6x2= 0.(b) The dierential equation must be in standard form in order to use the reductionof order technique given in the text. After dividing by
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 3Inner Products and OrthogonalityDue: Feb. 4, 2011Total Point Value: 20 pointsThe purpose of this homework assignment is to help you1. generalize the concept of inner products;2. write arbitrary vectors in te
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 3 Solution1. (a) We need to compute the inner products of each distinct pair of vectors to determine orthogonality.(v1 , v2 ) = 1(0) + 2(1) + (2)(1)=0(v1 , v3 ) = 1(4) + 2(1) + (2)(1)=0(v2 , v3 ) = (4)(0) + 1
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 4Fourier Series expansionsDue: Feb. 11, 2011Total Point Value: 20 pointsThe purpose of this homework assignment is to help you1. recall properties of periodic and even/odd functions;2. compute coecients assoc
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 4 Solution2= 1. Note also that21. (a) The fundamental period isf (x + p) = cos (2 (x + p)= cos (2x + 2p)which equals f (x) = cos (2x) when p = 1.2L(b) The fundamental period is=.4/L2(c) The fundament
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 5More on Fourier series expansionsDue: Feb. 18, 2011Total Point Value: 20 pointsThe purpose of this homework assignment is to help you1. compute half-range Fourier series expansions;2. notice minimization pro
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
Homework 5 Solution1. We need to compute the regular Fourier series, the half-range Fouriercosine series, and the half-range Fourier sine series for the given piecewise dened function.(a) For the regular Fourier series, we assume the period length of t
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 6 Solution1. Note that p = 1 in this case. The coecient for the complex Fourier series is21f (x)einx dx2(1) 012(1)einx dx=2112=einx 12ini=e2in ein2ncn =Note thate2in = cos (2n ) i sin (2n )=1
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 7More Sturm-Liouiville ProblemsDue: March 4, 2011Total Point Value: 20 pointsThe purpose of this homework assignment is to help you1. nd solutions to more general Sturm-Liouville problems;2. write a linear or
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 7 Solution1. The characteristic equation associated with this problem isr2 + = 0,which has rootsr = .Once again, we consider three cases: = 0, &lt; 0 and &gt; 0.(a) = 0:The general solution is y (x) = c1 x + c2 .
Clemson - MTHSC - 434
MTHSC434, Section 1: Homework Assignment 8The Heat EquationDue: March 11, 2011Total Point Value: 20 pointsThe purpose of this homework assignment is to help you1. classify partial dierential equations;2. write an initial boundary value problem that