2000 Final Exam - Name Signature Student Number THE...

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Name: Signature: Student Number: THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Department of Civil Engineering CIVL 230 - Solid Mechanics I Final Examination December 8, 2000 Instructions Closed notes and books. This exam consists of 7 pages including the front page and 2 pages of information. Please check that you have a complete set. Answer all 4 questions. Complete the following information in the designated areas on top of every sheet : Your name, printed in block letters, surname first Your usual signature Your UBC student number Each student should place his/her library/AMS card on the desk throughout the exam. All your answers and your work should be written on the attached sheets. You can use additional booklets if necessary, however, you won’t earn any marks for the work that is not included in the attached sheets. Your answers to each question should be given only on the front and back of the sheet that contains the question . Any answer requiring a calculation or rational process must show the method of arriving at the answer; the answer alone is not sufficient. Caution - Candidates suspected of any of the following, or similar, dishonest practices will be immediately dismissed from the examination and will be subject to disciplinary action: Having at the place of writing any books, papers or memoranda, calculators, audio or visual cassette players or other memory aid devices, other than calculators.
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