Test.1.with.answers.Fall.2010

Test.1.with.answers.Fall.2010 - Name_ Test #1 ESM 2104 With...

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Name______________________ ESM 2104 With Answers Test #1 September 16, 2010 Closed book, but you may use one 8½”x 11" formula sheet (one side only) with anything you hand-write on the one side of the sheet. There are 13 questions, equally weighted. 1. Fill in your name on this exam sheet. 2. Fill in your name and ID number on the orange opscan form 3. On the upper right-hand corner of this test is a Form Letter. Fill in your Form letter on your opscan 4. You may not have a cell phone nor any other electronic messaging system with you during the test. 4. You must show some supporting work on the test or you could receive no credit. FBD, list, #, are required for equilibrium problems. Equivalent systems problems require two pictures. Sign the following pledge: I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this exam. ___________________________ 1. The force F can be decomposed into components along a and b . The component R a along a is most nearly 1. 1.294 kN 2. 2.50 kN 3. 3.54 kN 4. 3.66 kN 5. 4.08 kN 6. 4.33 kN 7. 4.48 kN 8. 4.83 kN 9. 6.12 kN 10. 6.83 kN 2. The projection of F along b is most nearly 1. 1.294 kN
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course ENGE 2104 taught by Professor Hendricks during the Fall '10 term at Virginia Tech.

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