MT1solutions_ F10 ENMA 300v3 (2)

MT1solutions_ F10 ENMA 300v3 (2) - University of Maryland...

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University of Maryland Honor Pledge: “I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.” My name and signature on page 1 attest that I have read and agree with the above statement. Printed Name:_______________________ Signature: ________________________ Instructions: 1. SHOW YOUR WORK (including the equations that you use to derive an answer). 2. All work must be done on the exam itself, if you need extra space write on the back of the question. 3. Read each question carefully and answer the question asked! 4. If it is appropriate, make assumptions to solve the problems. Be sure to state the assumptions you make. 5. Be consistent within a given problem. 6. Remember you only have 75 minutes to complete the exam. Look at the point values of each question to determine how to spend your time. Point values will not necessarily be split evenly between parts. 7. A person with normal size handwriting should be able to answer each question in the space allotted. If you need more space, continue your answer on the back of the page and indicate which question you are answering. 8. If your answer is not understandable (due to the legibility of your writing or the "English"), it will be marked incorrect. You
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course ENME enme382 taught by Professor Bruck during the Fall '10 term at Maryland.

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MT1solutions_ F10 ENMA 300v3 (2) - University of Maryland...

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