Feb1 - 2. When can you set P=P o in Bernoullis equation?...

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Outline/Lecture Questions, Friday, Feb 1 Announcements: TAS WILL HAVE HOMEWORK AVAILABLE DURING LAB TIMES, AND OFFICE HOURS – posted on blackboard they’ll have 11 and 12 next Tuesday Chpt 13 Hmwk is due Monday - Optional problems: Questions 8,12,17,21 and Problems 13,15,31,49,51,55 - Required (using rubrics) 81, 91, 95, 97 Your midterm is Wed the 6 th at 7:30 pm - Last Name starts with A-L: Glfn Auditorium - Last Name starts with M-Z: Cord 1109 ANY Calculator will be OK for the test – but no cell phones!! Lecture Outline: 1. Carbon Challenge Announcement?? 2. Answering lecture questions from Wednesday 3. Reviewing main ideas from yesterday: PRS 4. Bernoulli equation 5. Examples Lecture Questions: 1.On what principle is Bernoulli’s equation based?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. When can you set P=P o in Bernoullis equation? When can you set v=0? 3.How does Bernoullis equation explain lift? Which of the following would you most like me to do in order to minimize talking in this class (excluding times when you should be talking, such as when I ask you to discuss a voting question with your neighbor): 1. Leave you to monitor yourselves you can ask the people around you to be quiet when appropriate 2. Wait for people to be quiet before I move on with the class discussion 3. Point out specific individuals who are talking out of turn and ask them to be quiet 4. Tell students who talk out of turn that they must leave the classroom...
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