Taylor Dunham
Leadership Journal #2
I feel the two themes that fit me the best were competition and futuristic. I say this
because I know I am very competitive. I like to be the best when something matters to me. It
bothers me when I lose, but also my mom
Taylor Dunham
9/17/15
HH215
Short Essay Outline
I.
Thesis:
a. The political views between Plato and Aristotles compared to Confucius and Han
Yus are extremely similar as they all believe virtue is a key attribute of a ruler
and reject democracy as being t
Taylor Dunham
9/13/15
NE203
Weekly Paper #1: Religion and Morality
Cooks most important point is when he speaks about the three areas he identifies religion
clearly has an impact on ones morality. The most important area being the third area he
discusses
Leadership Journal #5
I am kind, caring, loving, ambitious, forgiving, intelligent, down to earth, and comical
human being. I view myself in this way because that is my character like my core being. Those
traits are who I am naturally. My life experiences
Taylor Dunham
9/20/15
NE203
CDR McInerney
Weekly Paper #2: Aristotle
Virtue is the when a person acts with high moral standards. Aristotle says virtue is the
goodness of ones actions, but the most important principle he claims is that there is extremes
to
29 SEP 2014
From: MIDN 4/C Taylor P. Dunham, USN, SC111 Section 1122
To: LCDR Paul Krieger, USN
Subj: EXPERIMENT 10A LAB REPORT MOLAR MASS OF A LIQUID FROM THE
DENSITY OF ITS VAPOR
1. Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to familiarize the stud
David Farragut
Taylor Dunham
American Naval History
Major Pretus
23 Sep 14
One of the greatest naval officers of all time is Admiral David Farragut. He was born in
Knoxville, Tennessee on July 5, 1801. At age nine, he started his military career as a mids
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PART ONE
Background
P
art One provides a background and context for the remainder of this book.
This part presents the fundamental concepts of computer architecture and
operating system internals.
ROAD MAP
HONORS PHYSICS PROBLEM SET
CHAPTER 29 MIRRORS
Flat mirrors
Light obeys the law of reflection, which states that the incident and reflected angles of light are
equal.
Flat mirrors form virtual images that are the same distance from the mirror's surface a
SP212 Equation Sheet, page 1 . (draft, December 31, 2012)
Prexes: 103 kilo k , 106 mega M , 109 giga G , 1012 tera T , 1015 peta P ,
103 milli m , 106 micro , 109 nano n , 1012 pico p , 1015 femto f .
Constants:
0
1
= k = 8.99 109 Nm2 /C2 , e = 1.602 1019
Examples of Functions expressed in terms of Hypergeometric Series
C.E. Mungan, Spring 1998
F( a, b, c; x )
F(1,1,1; x ) =
1
1 x
( a )n (b )n x n
n!
n = 0 (c )n
geometric series
3
x F( 1 ,1, 2 ; x 2 ) = tan 1 ( x )
2
inverse trignometric functions
x F(1,1
Physics Cinema Classics VideosC.E. Mungan, Spring 2003
This is a 3-disc series published by AAPT.
Use audio channel 1 to ask questions of the students and
channel 2 for an explanation of the phenomena.
Disc 1 Side A
Chap. 76A person standing on a scale in
given a homogeneous second-order
differential equation
y + py + qy = 0
is the origin an
ordinary point?
yes
standard power series
method will give both
solutions
no
is the origin a
regular
singularity?
no
STOPLaurent series not treated
in this course
yes
Irrationality of Square RootsC.E. Mungan, Fall 1999
Prove that
square.
p / q (where p and q are relatively prime*) is irrational if p or q is not a perfect
*Definitions: counting numbers are positive integers cfw_1, 2, 3, .; some counting number y is
said
Talking like Donald DuckC.E. Mungan, Fall 1999
It is a commonly known fact that if you fill your lungs with helium, your voice will sound
unusually high pitched. Why? This is a nice question to discuss with introductory students
because it ties in well to
Solving Newtons Second Law in One Variable in the Absence of Dissipation
C.E. Mungan, Spring 1998
The goal of the problem considered here is to find the time required for a particle moving
along a specified curve (possibly a straight line or a circle, but
Completely Inelastic CollisionsC.E. Mungan, Fall 1998
Problem: Prove that a maximum amount of kinetic energy is lost in a completely inelastic
collision between two point masses, as claimed on page 201 of Cutnell & Johnson for instance.
This problem can b
Glossary of Thermodynamic TermsC.E. Mungan, Fall 1998
Temperature: Macroscopic definitionThe property of an object which determines how much
heat it will exchange with another object when brought into thermal contact with it. Microscopic
definitionA measu
Fresnel Boundary ConditionsC.E. Mungan, Fall 1998
Problem: Given that
A1eik1 x + A2 eik2 x = A3eik3 x
for all x, prove that A1 + A2 = A3 and that k1 = k2 = k3 .
Solution: Substitute x = 0 into Eq. (1) to find
A1 + A2 = A3 .
Next differentiate Eq. (1) and
Integral Representation of the Riemann Zeta FunctionC.E. Mungan, Fall 2001
Prove that
( s)
k
s
k =1
1
x s1
=
dx
( s) e x 1
0
(1)
where s > 1.
Tim Royappa communicated to me the following wonderfully compact solution. The trick is to use
the Laplace tran
Quick Reference to Elementary Methods for Solving Differential Equations
C.E. Mungan, Spring 1998
First-Order Linear
y + P( x ) y = Q( x )
The homogeneous equation is separable, giving y = Ae I where I Pdx ye I = constant .
d
Now observe in the inhomogene
Proofs of Two Equations from Sec. 15.5 of Cutnell & JohnsonC.E. Mungan, Fall 1998
First we derive a useful mathematical relation. Recall from College Algebra that there exists
one special function which has the property that the value of the function at a
Summary of Formulae for Collision ProblemsC.E. Mungan, Fall 2000
We assume that we have an isolated system of two objects and that we are given m1, m2, 1i, and
2i and are trying to solve for 1f and 2f. (If instead you are given some or all of the informat
Multiple Strings and PulleysC.E. Mungan, Fall 2000
The solution to Serway P4.33 begins by arguing that mass m1 moves twice as far as mass m2
in equal time intervals and hence has double the acceleration. Some folks may have trouble
seeing why this is so.
Small-Angle Oscillations of an Arc about its MidpointC.E. Mungan, Summer 2000
Prove that for small angular displacements, a uniform circular arc of radius R balanced on a
knife edge executes simple harmonic motion of period
T = 2
2R
g
(1)
regardless of th
Mass on a Vertical SpringC.E. Mungan, Fall 1999
The following is not particularly profound, but is a subtle point often glossed over in
introductory textbooks. I remember it caused me some confusion as an undergraduate.
Introductory treatments of simple h