David Thibodeaux Calculus 1 H03 MATLAB Assignment #2 11/4/2010 Introduction: In this assignment, we will use the concept of the Taylor series to approximate the trends seen in complex functions. Using
David Thibodeaux MATH 111-H03 MATLAB Assignment #3 11/27/10 Introduction: In this assignment, we will observe the behavior of a suspended chain, and the properties of its curvature. Using Newtons meth
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111A H03 Lab #1 9/17/2010 Summary: In this Laboratory experiment, an ultrasonic motion detector was used to compute the distance, velocity and acceleration of an object. Using a
David Thibodeaux Math 111 H03 Matlab assignment #1 In this assignment, we will compare two different methods used to find the limit of f(x) as x approaches c, and determine which method is preferable.
Chem 125H challenge problems
Chapter 2: due September 14, 2010
1)Tungsten (W) and chlorine form several binary compounds. Analysis gives the following results: Show law of multiple proportions holds f
Chem 125 Exam #3 Fall 2008 PART A. (4 Points each)
1.
Which of the following statements is INCORRECT? a. Waves do not have a very precise location. b. Waves can exhibit interference and diffraction. c
Cellular Respiration
Stages of cell respiration
o Glycolysis
Involves breakdown of glucose into two 3-carbon sugars, which are oxidized to
make pyruvate
The 10 steps can be divided into two phases.
Sample Final Exam
Phys 111
_ Vectors: Ax = A cos ; Ay = A sin ; A = A x 2 + A y 2 ; = tan-1 Cy = Ay + By;
Ay Ax
; A + B = C Cx = Ax + Bx , A x B = (AxBy - AyBx)k ; A = Axi + Bxj
A B = AB cos = A x B x
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111A-H03 Lab #2 9/24/2010 In troduction: In this laboratory experiment, we will use a combination of mathematic equations and an experimental procedure to determine both the acce
David Thibodeaux Lab #112 Newtons Second Law Objectives: 1) To apply Newtons Second Law and one-dimensional motion equations to calculate the acceleration, velocity and t ime that a g lider with added
David Thibodeaux PHYS Lab 111A - H Lab 103 Static Force Equilibrium 10/15/2010 Objectives: 1. To confirm the condition for static equilibrium is that the vector sum of forces is zero. 2. To experiment
David Thibodeaux Lab 105 Coefficient of Static Friction PHYS 111A H03 10/22/2010 Objective: To measure the coefficient of static friction between surfaces ms, and to verify that this value is independ
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111-A H03 Lab 131 - Centripetal Force 10/29/2010 Objective: To understand that there is centripetal force acting on an object in circular motion and the acceleration is always di
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111A H03 Lab 125 11/5/2010 Objective: To verify the conservation of mechanical energy in an oscillating mass-spring system. Theory: Before conducting the experiment, we should di
David Thibodeaux Physics 111A Lab 126: Conservation of Momentum and Impulse Theorem 11/12/2010 Introduction: In this lab, we will measure glider velocities before and after collisions (both inelastic
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111A Lab 127: Torque, Inertia, and Rotational Kinetic Energy 11/19/2010 Objectives: Part I: to determine the rotational inertia of rotating bodies I by measuring t heir angular a
David Thibodeaux PHYS 111A Lab 120: Conservation of angular momentum 12/3/2010 Objective: To demonstrate that angular momentum is conserved in inelastic collisions. Procedures: In order to demonstrate
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Show all work so that 1 can apply partial credit. Draw a diagram for each problem. Mark the
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