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REQUIRED FORMAT FOR HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS Perhaps the most important thing you will learn as an engineering student is how to solve problems. Your solutions should contain each of the sections below (Given, Required, Solution, Discussion): Given Rewrite the problem statement on your paper and draw a sketch of the geometry or problem to be analyzed. Clearly tabulate all of the given information, such as current, voltage, dimensions, material properties, forces, etc. Required Identify the unknown quantity (or quantities) to be determined. Solution Draw additional sketches of the body to aid in your solution if needed. Apply the appropriate principles and equations (IDENTIFY the principles and equations that you will employ) Report the answer with the appropriate number of significant digits with the appropriate units. Place the final answer in a box, and underline important intermediate results when applicable. Discussion
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course ENGR 120 taught by Professor Hall during the Winter '08 term at LA Tech.

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