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A . I . . Use only one side of the paper. FORMAT FOR WORKING PROBLEMS Use 8 1/2 x 11 inch'engineering calculation a er, with 5 squares to the inch.
It comes in pads and is available in the Campus Bookstore in the Student Center.
See the attached sample problem. ; ‘ Information given in the problem, or obtained from other sources (such as
tables,_handbooks, etc.) is to be shown in the "GIVEN" section. Show what is to be found in the "RfQUIRED" section. This section can be~ brief; usually no more than two lines will be needed. The actual work involved in finding the solution is to be carried out in the
"SOLUTION" section. Perform the work vertically and in proper sequence. .r. Any equations or formulas used mus: be given- All Sign conventions used must
be given. ‘ " L'» ' - .If more than one sheet of paper is needed
for a problem, repeat the heading (see the sample problem) on all sheets
used. Do not.crimp the corners together in any way. Either leave the
sheets loose or staple them together in the upper} left—hand corner. In
all.cases, give the.sheet number in the upper, right-hand corner (see sample
problem) such as "Sheet 1 of 1"; or if two sheets are used, the first would be labeled "1 of 2" and the second "2 of Z". . Only one problem per sheet of paper. f All work is to be done in pencil. Ink is not acceptable at any time. Use of a mechanical pencil with thin lead is strongly recommended. A result is not complete without the proper units. _In SI particularly, use
the conventions shown in the text.. If the answer is a vector, it generally requires that a direction be included in the result. The required method for solving'a problem in SI is as follows: a) Convert all data to base units (Newtons, meters, kilograms).
b) Solve the equation and give results in base units. 1
c)- As a last step, adjust result using proper prefix to the unit(s). ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course ME 2320 taught by Professor Monefort during the Spring '08 term at Western Michigan.
- Spring '08