EAS208_L19_030211

EAS208_L19_030211 - Present in a logical manner on clean...

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EAS 208 – Spring 2011 Homework #5 Due: Wednesday, March 9 at beginning of class Study: Chapters 16.1 – 16.3 (Bedford and Fowler, 5 th edition) Solve Problems: 16.14, 16.34, 16.52, 16.61, 16.80, 16.91, 16.92 Solve and Submit Problems 5–1, and 5–2 from UBlearns website. Presentation guidelines Include: Problem objectives Known data Free-body diagrams or other sketches Key assumptions Problem formulation and equations Solution
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Unformatted text preview: Present in a logical manner on clean paper. Staple any loose sheets together. Pages with irregular torn edges are unacceptable. Submit at beginning of class on the due date. Submit each problem separately in a different pile in the front desk of the room. EAS 208 Spring 2011 Exam #1 - Statistics Range: 26 100 Average: 75 Grade Distribution: A 85 100 42 B 70 84 34 C 55 69 27 D 50 54 11 F < 50 7...
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