Lecture16 - Lecture 16 More Selection and Data...

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Engineering 101 Engineering 101 Lecture 16 Lecture 16 More Selection and More Selection and Data Representation Data Representation Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering
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Announcements Announcements Project 3 written part due in lab by today. Project 4 now posted, due Friday 10/20, 7pm Office Hours next week: Tuesday 7-9pm Pierpont B519 (JL) Wednesday 11:30-12:30 Pierpont (MF) 4-5 CSE2636 (MF) 6-9 UGLi (CO) 6:30-8:30 Pierpont (JL) Thursday 3:30-5:30 Pierpont (JL) 6-9 UGLi (ML) 7-9 CTools Chat (CO) Friday 11:30-12:30 Pierpont (MF) 5-7 Pierpont (CO) 4-7 CTools Chat (ML)
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Announcements Announcements Grades to be posted later today. If you notice any discrepancies with Project or Exam grades please report them to your GSI and have them correct the issue. If you notice discrepancies with the PRS contact me. Corrections may take a week or so.
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Announcements Announcements Midterm student evaluation site open until October 23 Please let me know what you think is good or bad about the course. To complete an evaluation: 1. Go to http://www. engin . umich . edu/midtermevals 2. Click on the link "Submit Midterm Evaluations” 3. Login (authenticate) 4. At this point, a list of your CoE courses will appear and you will be able to complete a midterm course evaluation for any/all of them.
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Project 4: Project 4: Build Your Own Carbon Nanotube Build Your Own Carbon Nanotube First observed in 1991, carbon nanotubes are one of the linchpins of nanotechnology research. They consist of a graphitic sheet rolled up into a tube.
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Project 4: Project 4: Build Your Own Carbon Nanotube Build Your Own Carbon Nanotube There are a countable, but infinite number of ways to construct nanotubes. Each nanotube type is denoted by two positive integers n and m such that n>=m. The value of n and m determine if the tube acts like a metal or a semiconductor. When m=0 the tube is zig-zag,
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Lecture16 - Lecture 16 More Selection and Data...

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