HW12 - 4. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #40. Assume the turntable-mouse...

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HW12 Submission Notes : A portion of this assignment (problems 4 and 5) is required to be submitted in two forms: 1) in written form with the HW12 assignment as normal, and 2) electronically on the www.theexpertta.com website. This dual submission will be used to evaluate and compare the grading performed by human course TAs and the website code. Electronic submissions will be graded for 10 points per problem. Please note two important points: 1) problems 4 and 5 are required from all enrolled students, and 2) extra credit may be earned in the amount of the two electronically evaluated problem scores. However, both the written and electronic solutions are required to earn any points for each problem. This assignment may earn a total of 120 points! 1. Wolfson, Ch. 10 #68. 2 . Wolfson, Ch. 10 #69. 3. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #37. Change 1800kg to 2150kg.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #40. Assume the turntable-mouse system is isolated; no pFBD or IST is required for this problem. Note that this problem is submitted twice: in written form with HW12 and electronically via www.theexpertta.com . The ETA problem will likely be posted Wednesday. 5 . Wolfson, Ch. 11 #45. Change 5.6rpm to 6.1rpm. Assume the feeder-bird system is isolated; no pFBD or IST is required for this problem. Note that this problem is submitted twice: in written form with HW12 and electronically via www.theexpertta.com . The ETA problem will likely be posted Wednesday. 6. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #43. Change 60kg to 65kg. 7 . Wolfson, Ch. 11 #53. Change solid to hollow. 8. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #47. Change 15cm to 13.5cm. 9. Wolfson, Ch. 11 #51. Change 180rpm to 215rpm. 10 . Wolfson, Ch. 11 #58....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course PHYS 2014 taught by Professor Nandi during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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