3-Day Food Analysis
Name_
Date_
Place a hash mark in the days box each time a food is eaten from a particular food group. Divide by 3 for the weeks average.
Group
Healthy fats
and oils
Healthy
snacks
Meat/
substitute
Dairy
Fruits
Vegetables
Whole grains
a
CE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework 7
Due 10:10 AM 11/29/2016
Resubmits due 12/6/2016
This is a team assignment. You may work together in teams of up to, but not exceeding, three people.
Only one written submission is required from each team. However, every team m
CEGE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #3
Solutions
This is an individual assignment. Although you may work together in solving these problems,
each student is responsible for a complete, individual, submission.
1. Let X1, X2, X3 , X4 be independent Bernoulli rando
CE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #8
(Last one!)
Solutions
This is a team assignment. You may work together in teams of up to, but not exceeding, three
people. Only one written submission is required from each team. However, every team member
is responsible for
CEGE 3102
Some (More) Example Exam #2 Problems
1. The average annual precipitation in a city 32 inches, with a standard deviation of 5.0
inches. If the yearly amounts can be assumed to have a normal distribution, find the
probability that
(a) the precipit
CE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #6
Solutions
This is an individual assignment. Although you may work together in solving these problems,
each student is responsible for a complete, individual, submission
1. Problem 5.8, p. 244, A&T.
First, recall from Problem
CE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #5
Solutions
(Looks can be deceiving! An early start is strongly recommended!)
1. Problem 4.16, p. 194 A&T.
(a) Let C denote the capacity of the pile, L denote the load.
P(failure)=P(C < L)
C
P(C L) P 1 P(ln( C ) ln( L) ln(1)
L
CEGE 3102
Exam #1
Example Problems
1. The arrival frequency of aircraft at an airport can modeled as a Poisson process, with a
rate of 10 arrivals per hour.
(a) What is the probability that exactly 8 aircraft arrive in a 1-hour interval?
(b) What is the p
CE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #4
Solutions
1. Nighttime traffic on a single lane of rural highway is light, with a flow of 40
vehicles/hour, and is well-described by a Poisson arrival process. A raccoon dashes
across the road, without looking, at a speed of
CEGE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #2
Solutions
This is a team assignment. You may work together in teams of up to, but not exceeding,
three people. Only one written submission is required from each team. However, every
team member is responsible for knowing al
CEGE 3102
Fall 2016
Homework #1
Solutions
This is an individual assignment. Although you may work together in solving these problems,
each student is responsible for a complete, individual, submission.
1. The file highlandeb.txt contains measurements of v
Writing the Review
The introduction gives us an idea what the researcher will tackle with the rest of
the literature review
Body: Contains your discussion of sources and is organized chronologically,
thematically, or methodologically
Conclusions/Recommend
Chapter 8- Questions to Ponder
1. Describe the relationship between cells and tissues.
2. What is turnover time?
3. What is the epithelium, and what is its function?
4. Describe the histology of epithelial tissue.
5. What are the two main classifications
GENERAL BIOLOGY III
LAB SCHEDULE FALL 2016
Date
August 22-26
Laboratory Exercise
(Phylogenetic Tree/Cladogram
Handouts) Porifera and
Cnidaria
August 29-Sept 2 Development, Platyzoa, and
Lophotrochozoa
Sept 5-9
Labor Day Holiday
(No Labs)
Sept 12-16
Lophot
Chapter 5- Questions to Ponder
Development of Orofacial Structures
1. Describe the stages of palatal development.
2. What is the difference between the primary and secondary palate, and to what does
each give rise?
3. Explain the completion of the palate.
Chapter 7-Questions to Ponder
1. What is histology and why does a dental professional need to have an understanding of
it?
2. What is a cell, and what does it generally consist of?
3. Describe the relationship between cells, tissues, organs, and systems.
Model User Guide
2010 Travel Behavior Inventory
Final
user guide
prepared for
Metropolitan Council
prepared by
Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
June 25, 2015
www.camsys.com
report
Model User Guide
2010 Travel Behavior Inventory
prepared for
Metropolitan Counci
CE 4401 - Fall 15
Homework 11
Page 1 of 6
Solution
f'c 7ksi
Ec 57000
b 20in
h 20in
f'c
psi
psi 4769 ksi
1 0.70
fy 60ksi
d b 1.41in
As 3 1.56in 4.68 in
d tie 0.50in
Av 2 0.20in 0.4 in
2
2
2
Es 29000ksi
cover 1.5in
2
Problem 1 - 1/6
CE 4401 - Fall 15
Homewo
Solution
4
L1 20ft
4
L2 40ft
W24X62 Beams
Ix.beam1 1550 in
W24X84 Beams
Ix.beam2 2370 in
First story columns, W14X145
Ix.col1 1710 in
h 1 20ft
Other columns
Ix.col2 881 in
4
h 2 15ft
4
W14X82
(a) Effective length factors
Column A
Ix.col2
h2
G1
0.758
Ix.
CE4401 - HW7 Solution
Page 1 of 13
Solution
Lx 25ft
Ly1 14ft
Pu 490kip
M ux.A 470kip ft
Section W14X109:
Ly2 11ft
2
Ag 32 in
M ux.B 470kip ft
3
Zx 192 in
E 29000ksi
Fy 50ksi
CE4401 - HW7 Solution
Page 2 of 13
(a) Check section W14X109
Check section is com
CE 4401 Fall 2015
HW #1
1
Problem 1 (50 points)
Consider the truss shown below. In order to design the individual members in a structure, the designer must first
analyze the structure to determine the largest demands (i.e., maximum tension and compression
Solution
Pd 20kip
Pl 40kip
Fy 50ksi
E 29000ksi
L1 25ft
L2 10ft
Shear and bending moment diagram
Design load:
Pu 1.2 Pd 1.6 Pl 88 kip
Reactions:
VA Pu 88 kip
Bending moment at load points:
M max VA L1 2200 ftkip
VB Pu 88 kip
Shear
100
V (kip)
50
0
50
100
CE 4401 - Fall 15
HW #9
Page 1 of 7
Solution
kip
wD 0.05
ft
L 10ft
kip
wL 0.8
ft
b 10in
h 15in
f'c 3.5ksi
fy 60ksi
Es 29000ksi
d b 1in
As 2 0.79in 1.58 in
2
2
cover 1.5in
Problem 1 - 1/5
CE 4401 - Fall 15
HW #9
Page 2 of 7
(a) Find Icr using transformed s
(a) Analytical expressions
1
3
Ix =
t d 2tf b f tw
12 w
d tf 2
2
2
Ix
Sx
Sx =
d
d tw
6
3
2
2
Zx = 2b f t f
d tf
2
2 tf b f tw d tf bf tw
d 2tf t w
d 2tf
4
tf 8 b f 8 tw
6 d
(b) Substitute values from AISC Manual
d 9 in
b f 2.65 in
t f 0.413 in
t w
Solution
A992 Steel:
Bolt spacing:
Bolt size:
Section:
Fy 50ksi
s 2in
3
d b in
4
Grade "A325"
2MC8x22.8
b f 3.5 in
Gusset:
Fu 65ksi
g 1.5in
t G 1in
t f 0.525 in
tw 0.427 in
k 1.19 in
2
Ag 13.4 in
a) Bolt spacing and clearances
Minimum Spacing
Distance bet
CE 4401 - Fall 15
Homework 8 Solution
Page 1/13
Problem 1 - 1/6
CE 4401 - Fall 15
Homework 8 Solution
Page 2/13
Solution
L1 34ft
L2 10ft
b w 10in
h f 2in
f'c 3500psi
1 0.85
fy 60ksi
d tie
3
8
b 40in
d b 1in
in
cover 1.5in
wlive 240psf
Factored bending mo
Solution
Pu 94.4kip
Fy 36ksi
Fu 58ksi
L 16ft
s
3
8
in
1. Strength requirements
Calculate minimum required area of section to satisfy strength requirements.
1.1 Y.O.G.
From AISC(D2-1):
0.90
Pn = Fy Ag
Pu
2
Pn = Fy Ag Pu => Ag.YOG
2.914 in
Fy
1.2 F.O.N