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Full name:________________________________ Lab group: L 5 _ _ (-5 pt for wrong info) HW1, ET181, Fall 11. Due by 6 pm on Mon, Sep 12. Cited problems are from the 4 rd edition of textbook. The Grader is not responsible for missing paper; please staple your sheets. 1) Multiple choice questions Page 96-97 Page 999-1000 Question Answer Question Answer 5.1 C 42.1 A, C 5.2 A, D 42.11 B 5.4 C, D 42.12 B, D 5.7 A, B, E 42.13 A 5.10 B 42.14 A 2) Fill in the blanks for each of following picture. Fig. 1: Range 25-50 mm. Reading (3 decimals): 35.315 mm Fig. 2: Range 2-3 inch. Reading (4 decimals): 2.0976 in Fig. 3: Voltmeter. Resolution: 10/2= 5 volt Fig. 3: Range 0-6 in. Reading (3 decimals): 0.230 in Fig. 4: Range 0-100 mm Reading (2 decimals): 12.29 mm Fig. 6: Stopwatch.
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Unformatted text preview: Resolution: 0.01 sec p1/2 Full name:________________________________ Lab group: L 5 _ _ (-5 pt for wrong info) p2/2 3) Referring to the attached figure, sketch on a single sheet of square-grid paper the orthographic (2 dimensional) drawings of: front view, top view, and left side view. You must position your drawings at the correct locations and label the views. Show all lines. All units are in inches. No dimensioning is required and all holes are drilled through the part thickness. No computer plot, please! FRONT 4) Referring to the attached figure, sketch on a single sheet of isometric-grid paper the isometric (3 dimensional) drawing of the object. Show all lines. All units are in inches. No dimensioning is required. No computer plot, please!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course STAT 211 taught by Professor Parzen during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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