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Unformatted text preview: 2.1 T AB T BC C AB C BC T AC C AC 6 2 1200 300 8 1500 3 300 9 1500 7 2 1200 300 9 1500 3 300 10 1500 9 2 550 300 11 850 3 300 12 850 10 2 550 300 12 850 3 300 13 850 11 2 550 300 13 850 3 300 14 850 (a) Sample space of travel time from A to B = {6, 7, 9, 10, 11} Sample space of travel time from A to C = {8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14} (b) Sample space of travel cost from A to C = {850, 1500} (c) Sample space of T AC and C AC = {(8, 1500), (9, 1500), (10, 1500), (11, 850), (12, 850), (13, 850), (14, 850)} 2.2 (a) Since the possible values of settlement for Pier 1 overlap partially with those of Pier 2, it is possible that both Piers will have the same settlement. Hence, the minimum differential settlement is zero. The maximum differential settlement will happen when the settlement of Pier 2 is 10 cm and that of Pier 1 is 2 cm, which yields a differential settlement of 8 cm. Hence, the sample space of the differential settlement is zero to 8 cm....
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2009 for the course CE 408 taught by Professor Gehnam during the Fall '08 term at USC.
 Fall '08
 GEHNAM
 Civil Engineering

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