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Course Policies- - ME 270 Basic Mechanics I Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering Spring 2010 This course brings together your past

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ME 270 – Basic Mechanics I Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering Spring 2010 This course brings together your past experiences in physics, mathematics, and modeling, and builds upon them. It covers statics and an introduction to particle dynamics and is the foundation for later courses on dynamics, strength of materials, various design courses and most other courses in mechanical engineering. It is important on its own since you will learn how to analyze statically loaded, non-flexible engineering structures in this course. Assignment Schedule The assignment schedule shows for each class meeting the topic material that will be covered and material to be studied before the class meeting. Also shown are the problems, which are to be worked for the next class meeting. It is your responsibility to read the assigned topic, as specified by the section in the textbook. The most effective use of the lecture period is made when students have come prepared and are unafraid of asking questions to clear up their difficulties. Homework and Quizzes In order to encourage students to complete the homework and to attend class, 15% of the final grade is reserved for the homework and quizzes. The homework will be collected each period.
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ME 270 taught by Professor Murphy during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Course Policies- - ME 270 Basic Mechanics I Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering Spring 2010 This course brings together your past

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