HW#1 Solution - Assume:- that the average adults heart...

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1. (15 pts) Print out the first page of the syllabus and turn it in. Grading rubric: All 15 pts if it was printed it out and included 2. (15 pts) Print out the first page of the lecture schedule and turn it in. Grading rubric: All 15 pts if it was printed it out and included
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Ignore this one 3. (16 pts) Look up the call number(s) for Perry’s Chemical Engineer’s Handbook in the OU library system and report what version(s) are available with the appropriate call number(s). Grading rubric: Since there are 4 handbooks available, give them 4 points for each handbook listed (i.e. 2 pts for the edition, 2 pts for the call number)
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4. (20 pts) Estimate the total number of times the heart of a human beats in an average lifetime of 70 years. You must use the STANDARD FORMAT (i.e. Find, Assume, Given, etc. .) described in module 1 of the CD for this problem. # beats = 80 beats min 60 min hr 24 hr day 365 day yr 70 yr = 2.94 x 10 9 beats Find : total number of times the heart beats over 70 years. Given: 70 years, human heart
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Unformatted text preview: Assume:- that the average adults heart beats at a rate of 80 beats/min. - that the heart rate is constant throughout life. Plan: -use a single dimensional equation that converts beats/min in total beats Solution Grading rubric: - 10 pts for using standard format -3 pts for heart rate (should be between 60 80 beats/min) -4 pts for correct conversion factors -3 pts for final answer (answers may vary but should be the same order of magnitude) 5. (15 pts) Felder and Rousseau Chapter 2 Problem 2.7 Grading rubric: - 10 pts for various conversion factors (i.e. days/yr, kg/g, ton/kg, .) -5 pts for final answer 6. Felder and Rousseau Chapter 2 Problem 2.25 (20 pts) Grading rubric: Part a) 4 pts total - 2 pts for each correct value Part b) 4 pts total (2 pts for showing work, 2 pts for final answer) Part c) 12 pts total -6 pts for standard format -4 pts total (2 pts each for defining each new variable (i.e. D and r)) -2 pts for final answer...
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