Dimaranan, Jomar G.FM2A- HUM1The National Museum Experience
It is like a Travel to the Past a Look back to the History a Time Travel and a Saluteto the
National Artists, when we visited the National Museum of the Philippines. It was just amazing that
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WRITING SQ2-PART I
Task 1
1. To our dear employees, please present your ID cards to the guard as soon as you enter the
premise. This policy is mandated by the company starting today to ensure the
Gonzaga, Manfred Roy A.
RZL10 A3
2015103323
Why Dr. Jose Rizal Should Really Be Our National Hero
Dr. Jose Rizal Mercado y Alonso, goes by the name Jose Rizal,
was a polymath during the tail end of Spanish colonialism. His life was
commemorated by all cla
The main topic on the question and answer portion in the
pageant was gender equality. Throughout centuries, gender inequality has
always been one of the main issues in our society. Just recently, King
Abdullah, revolutionized Saudi Arabia by giving women
Gonzaga, Manfred Roy A.
2015103323
How The Life Of Dr. Rizal Influences My Life
In a documentary that we have watched about Dr. Jose
Rizal, I can say that I would have never known him entirely until
I watched the documentary. One can never truly appreciat
Gonzaga, Manfred Roy A.
2015103323
RZL10 A2
1. How was Rizal chosen to be the national hero?
There were four criterias in choosing the national hero. First,
the person should apparently be a Filipino. Second, the person must
be dead. The reason behind thi
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Midterm II
Statistics 101
Professor:
This is a closed book exam.
You may use your calculator and a single page of notes.
The room is crowded. Please be careful to look only at your own exam. Try to s
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Statistics 101
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You are allowed to discuss problems with other students, but the final answers must be
your own work.
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List of Irregular Verbs
Base form - past simple - past participle
abide
abode
abode
draw
drew
drawn
arise
arose
arisen
dream
dreamt
dreamt
awake
awoke
awoken
drink
drank
drunk
be
was/were
been
drive
drove
driven
bear
bore
born
dwell
dwelt
dwelt
beat
beat
Ear Bud Holder Design Project
Your task is to design some type of Ear Bud Holder for your personal ear buds. You have
already made some solid objects in Rhino while you were completing your assignments. So
now it is time to put this knowledge to work.
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6 Basic Pneumatic System Components
Regulator
Regulators control circuit
pressure or force. Pressure
is a measure of force acting
over a specific area (P =
force/area. These devices are
fitted with mechanical
components that react to
changes in the downst
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
SOLUTION TO
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Fall-2011
Ch-6
Chapter-6: CIRCULAR MOTION
1
A coin placed 30.0 cm from the center of a rotating horizontal turntable slips when
its speed is 50.0 cm/s. What is the coefficient of static frictio
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
Khalid Bukhari
Ch-10
NAME: _
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 10:
ROTATION OF A RIGID BODY ABOUT A FIXED AXIS
NOTE:
1.
During a certain period of time, the angular position of a swinging door is described
by:
= 5.00 + 10.0t + 2.00t2, wher
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Fall-2011
Ch-7
Chapter-7: ENERGY OF A SYSTEM
Hand in your solutions in class in the lecture period after which the chapter is completed.
Show the equations and calculations, and box your answer. Be sure to
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
Fall-2011
Ch-3
SOLUTION TO
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS Chapter 3: VECTORS
1.
A fly lands on one wall of a room. The lower-left corner of the wall is selected as the
origin of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system. If the fly
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
Fall-2011
Ch-1
SOLUTION TO SIMILAR PROBLEMS
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS Chapter 1: PHYSICS AND MEASUREMENT
1.
A major motor company displays a die-cast model of its first automobile, made
from12.35 kg of iron. To celebrate its hundre
PHYS-232
6: University Physics-II
HOMEWORK
PROBLEMS
Ch-19
Khalid Bukhari
Chapter 19: TEMPERATURE
Hand in your solutions in class, on:
Show the equations and calculations, and box your answer. Be sure to include
the units.
NOTE: Any four questions from thi
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Fall-2011
Ch-9
Chapter 9: LINEAR MOMENTUM AND COLLISIONS
Hand in your solutions in class in the lecture period after which the chapter is completed.
Show the equations and calculations, and box your answer
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Fall-2011
Ch-8
Chapter 8: CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
Hand in your solutions in class in the lecture period after which the chapter is completed.
Show the equations and calculations, and box your answer. Be sur
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 18:
Khalid Bukhari
Ch-18
SUPERPOSITION AND STANDING WAVES
1.
Two waves in one long string are described by the wave functions:
y1 = 3.0 Cos(4.0x 1.6t) and
y2 = 4.0 Sin(5.0x 2.0t)
where x and y are in cm and
PHYS-2325: University Physics-I
SOLUTION TO
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Fall-2011
Ch-2
Chapter 2: MOTION IN ONE DIMENSION
Q1 to 3:
The position of a pinewood derby car was observed at various times; the results are
summarized in the following table.
1.
3rd
t
(s)
x(