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Unified Quiz 5F Name ________________ Unified Quiz 5F November 21, 2003 Put your name on each page of the exam. Read all questions carefully. Do all work for each problem on the two pages provided. Show intermediate results. Explain your work --- don’t just write equations. Partial credit will be given, but only when the intermediate results and explanations are clear. Please be neat. It will be easier to identify correct or partially correct responses when the response is neat. Show appropriate units with your final answers. Calculators and a 2-sided sheet of paper are allowed Box your final answers. Exam Scoring #1 ( 30 %) #2 ( 40%) #3 ( 30 %) Total

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Unified Engineering Fall 2003 Fluids Quiz 1 (QF5) Page 1/3 1. (30 %) A proposed winged blimp design ﬂies at some angle of attack , and uses both aerodynamic lift and aerostatic lift (buoyancy) to generate its total lift force L . The blimp has a given shape, but its length c is as yet undecided.
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