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10/3/2016 Print Assignment: New Assignment 1 ::false ; 1/4 1. Concept Question 1.05.7 Examples of a body force and a surface force are: 2. Concept Question 1.01.1 The definition of a fluid is: 3. Concept Question 1.06.9 Water is contained between two large plates as shown below. The upper plate moves to the right at a constant velocity. The fluid velocity is caused by the movement of the upper plate only and the flow is laminar. Weight is a body force, shear is a surface force. Weight is a surface force, pressure force is a body force. Shear is a body force, pressure is a surface force. Shear is a surface force, pressure is a body force. a substance in the liquid phase. a substance that deforms continuously under the action of a shearing stress. a substance that fills the volume of the container in which it is placed.

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• Fall '16
• Chen-wei shin
• 0.1 m, 2 lb, 1 ft, 0.00724ft, 0.12119 m/s, 1  m/s

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