CHEM 370 PROBLEM SET 5 SPRING 2008 PROBLEMS FROM MCQUARRIE AND SIMON
From Chapter 13/Molecular Spectroscopy Problem 13.4 (p. 537) Hint: Use Eq. (5.46) on page 175 with L 2 .
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Problem 13.12 (p. 537) Compute B e and e in
CHEM 370 PROBLEM SET 2 SPRING 2008 PROBLEMS FROM MCQUARRIE AND SIMON
From Math Chapter A/Complex Numbers Problem A.1 (p. 35) Problem A.2 (p. 35) Problem A.6 (p. 35) Problem A.9 (p. 35) From Math Chapter B/Probability and Statistics Problem B.1 (p. 70
CHEM 370 PROBLEM SET 3 SPRING 2008 PROBLEMS FROM MCQUARRIE AND SIMON
From Chapter 3/The Schredinger Equation and the Particle in a Box Problem 3.18 (p. 98) Problem 3.20 (p. 99) Use results in Problem 3.10. Problem 3.21 (p. 99) Use results in Problem
Chem 370 February 20, 2008 Sample Problem from Math Chapter D
The H atom 2p 2 orbital is a wavefunction with the following form in Cartesian coordinates
r N 2pz x 2 y2 z
2 12
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y2 z2 2
12
z x2 y2 z2
12
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and the following much sim
Chem 370 Study Guide for Exam 3 Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Problem 1. IR Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules a. Number of normal modes for a molecule from its structure from 3N-6(5) rule. b. Infrared stick spectra of triatomic molecules. IR active and inacti
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Now we see that the 3D surface for shear that agrees with what was previously stated about shear stress; as we move
further from the central axis along the radius, shear stress intensifies in both the x and y directions as indicated by the
red ma
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In this curve we can see that Shear stress and load have a negative linear relationship, because from our theory and
statics calculations we find gauge2 = (PLz rmax)/Ip, and with all else constant gauge2 is directly proportional to P.
With the va
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Here we can see that the theoretical values we calculated for maximum principal stress agreed very much so with the
experimental values we found, and therefore our methods and calculations are accurate enough to provide acceptable
principle stres
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Winter 2012
Where K=2, N-K-1=83, Fcritical= 2.35 (alpha=0.10) , TSS=1503.8,
SSE(U)=675.86 (last two from shazam output). Then, Fstatistic is 50.84>2.35,
therefore we reject the null that R-squared is zero, we do have a model with the
two
With the data provided in Table 1, we were able to plot axial strain xx (gauge3) vs. load P in Figure 1 and shear strain xy
(gauge2) vs. load P in Figure 2 for visual representations of each relationship.
Figure 1
From this curve we can see that axial str
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Winter 2012
The CobbDouglas production function is better since it has a higher R-SQUARE
of 0.61.
9. Using the regression model in question 7, please test the null hypothesis that there
are constant returns to scale in maize production am
References
Budynas, Richard G. Advanced Strength and Applied Stress Analysis. Second ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999. Print.
Gere, James M., and Barry J. Goodno. Mechanics of Materials. Eighth ed. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning, 2009. Print.
"Base Metal Pric
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Winter 2012
12. Regardless of whether or not you reject the null hypothesis of homoscedasticity,
please re-estimate this model, correcting for possible heterskedasticity. Show your
results, and compare them to what you reported in your an
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Winter 2012
2. Lets hope our econometric tools can help us explain this variability in output
across farms. A friend suggests that you estimate a regression equation of the
following form:
Qi = + 1Ti + 2 Li + ui
where ui is a stochastic e
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Similarly, from this curve we can see that shear strain and load have a negative linear relationship, because from our
theory equation gauge2 = (T rmax)/Ip = 2Ggauge2 and the statics calculation Tx = P(.15m), or Tx = PLz, we get (PLz rmax)/Ip
2Ggauge2 , a