ENGR 111-Midterm-1

# ENGR 111-Midterm-1 - ENGR 111 Engineering Science II Winter...

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ENGR 111 – Engineering Science II Winter Quarter, 2008 Midterm February 8, 2008 Name ________________________ Closed book and notes. One 3x5 index card is allowed for reference. (10 points) 1. Name three engineering disciplines taught at Cal Poly. The engineering disciplines listed may include: General Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, etc. (10 points) 2. The graphs below show data plotted on rectangular paper. Match the graph with the appropriate equation that will provide the best fit line through the data. B y = bx m A y = mx + b y x A C y = be mx B log y log x ln y x C 1

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(10 points) 3. Convert the following quantities as indicated using the conversion factors provided. Express your answer using the appropriate number of significant digits and the appropriate units .
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