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At the beginning of the course, you will form a group of four students. You should work with
your group members to choose a communication topic that you would like to research. (Some
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ﬁgures in your answer!
1. (1 point each, 6 points total)
Indicate if the following substances behave as strong, weak or nonelectrolytes in aqueous solution (
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ﬁgures in your answer!
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Indicate if the following substances behave as strong, weak or non—electrolytes in aqueous solution
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Verve Energy
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everybody in our down lines exactly what Vemma is about, how the
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PHY 161 Exam 2
Useful Equations
Newtons 3 Laws of Motion (paraphrased):
1. Law of Inertia: An object remains at a constant velocity (zero or nonzero) unless acted upon by
an external force.
2. The vector sum of the forces (net force) on an object is equa
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Due by 12 midnight on Monday, November 5 submit via ELMS. (Note change in due date from original
schedule on syllabus.)
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Physics 161  General Physics:
Mechanics and Particle Dynamics
Syllabus
Fall Semester 2012
Course description:
General Physics: First semester of a threesemester calculusbased general physics
course. Laws of motion, force, and energy; principles of mech
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ENES 100
Introduction to Engineering Design
Spring 2013
Course Syllabus
Textbook:
Dally, J.W., et.al. Introduction to Engineering Design. Book 9, Fifth Edition:
Engineering Skills and Hovercraft Missions. College House Enterprises, 2011.
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Technical Writing
English 393
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Assignment 5
Major Project
Content and Format: For Assignment 5 you will examine a currently existing problem or
need, and after through research and analysis, propose a feasible solution. The finished product
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For this assignment you will write either a progress report memo or an audience analysis paper.
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EDHD 230: Human Development and Societal Institutions
Assignment #1: Parents and Families
Assignment #1 is worth 70 points. It is due at the beginning of class on Monday, March 4. Late
papers will be subject to a penalty of 7 points for each day the paper
Syllabus and course policy for CHBE101, Spring 2013
CHBE 101: Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (3 credits) Spring 2013
Instructor
Primary Instructor
Prof. Dongxia Liu
Office: 1208A, building 090
Email: liud@umd.edu
Phone: 3014053522
CHBE101 Spring 2013
Due Date: 30 Janurary 2013
Homework 1
HW should be submitted by the start of class (12:00 pm) on Wednesday 20130130 or it will be
marked late. Late submissions carry a 50% grade penalty. If something prevents you from arriving in
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ECON155: Economics & the College Affordability Crisis
Semester: Fall 2012
Time & Location of Lectures: Mondays & Wednesdays, 11:50 AM, Susquehanna 1120
Time & Location of Discussion Sections: Fridays as listed on Testudo
Instructor: Dr. Cindy Clement
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Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2013
Midterm 1a; Part I: closed books and closed notes
Name:
Section:
1a) [10 points] Mark all of the following statements as true (T) or false
unsteady ﬂow.
The spatial (a.k.
ENME 331 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Fall 2009
Midterm I; Part I: closed books and closed notes
Name: _._._—._._._
1a) [10 points] Mark all of the following statements as true (T) or false
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ENME 331
Spring 2007
Second midterm exam
April 16, 2007
Name:
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In each problem you are required to list and explain all assumptions.
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ENME Final Exam
Problem 1
The pressure distribution on a triangular airfoil is shown in the
figure. The air density is 1Kg/m3, the freestream velocity is
U = 100m/s, the atmospheric pressure is 101kPa, and
p1=106kPa, p2=92.8kPa. Find the lift and
ENME 331
Pressure Drag on a Smooth Cylinder
When a rigid body moves through a fluid, the fluid exerts a force (F~ ) on the body. Let us assume that
the body is twodimensional in shape extending to plus and minus infinity along the zaxis. Let us also tak
ENME 331
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2015
Midterm 1a; Part I: closed books and closed notes
Name:
Section:
1a) [10 points] Mark all of the following statements as true (T) or false (F).
T
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Project Matlab Assignment #2
In the previous Matlab assignment, you developed a code that integrates the equations of motion
for a particle and finds the trajectory of the particle as it moves under the effect of gravity. For this
assignment, you will cal
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Calculate the streamlines, pathlines, and streaklines
Chapter 4.1: Example 1
1
Given
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Calculate the streamlines, pathlines, and streaklines
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