October 1, 2007 Humanities 1010 Sec. 733 Dr. Shirley Carnahan #4 The Power of the Mind Can a person get by on their physical strength alone? There are many people that believe a strong mind is more important than physical strength. Homer agreed with
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2013
October 17, 5:00-6:50 pm, ECCR 245
Problem 1 (20 points)
Find a point of intersection of a plane that goes through the point 1,1,2 and is tangent
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MIDTERM EXAM II
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Fall 2012
5:00-6:50 PM, December 6, MUEN E0046
Problem 1 (15 points)
If possible express a vector u = (7, 5,8, 5, 7) as a linear combination of th
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Final Exam
Fall 2010
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Problem 1 (20 points)
Find a coordinate of a point of intersection of three planes. The first plane is given by
x + y + z = 0 . The second is describ
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MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2013
5:00-6:50 PM, November 20, ECCR 200
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MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2013
5:00-6:50 PM, November 21, ECCR 245
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MCEN 5042
HEAT TRANSFER
Spring 2016
Problem Set #3
Due Friday, January 29th, 10:00 am
1. Verify that the conduction equation we derived in class for 1-D SS heat flow through a
material with an arbitrary cross-section achieves the same result as the equati
Patrick Farchione
9/9/15
HUMN 1110
Take Home Exam 1
1. When beginning a work called The Odyssey, we would expect to read immediately
of the adventures of Odysseus. And yet aside from a brief mention in the opening
lines, we do not encounter Odysseus until
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
9/17/15
Short Essay 1
The course of action Odysseus is asked to take has much greater meaning
behind it. Odysseus was in a special position because he had done and seen many
things that your average person during his time would
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
9/17/15
First Short Essay: Homer, The Odyssey
Paragraph 1: Intro + Thesis
Not all of his journeys were positive but Odysseus managed to gain a lot of
knowledge coupled with vast amounts of experience; therefore it is his social
SHORT ESSAY [To be prepared before the exam]: If the opening of The Symposium
begins with a character portrait of Socrates, it closes with an unexpected speech
regarding his effects on young men, particularly Alcibiades. What is his effect on
younger men
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MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2012
10:00-11:50 AM, December 7, FLMG 156
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Final Exam
Fall 2009
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Find a coordinate of a point of intersection of a line and a plane. The line is parallel to a
vector (1,2,2) and goes through p
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MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2009
OPEN BOOK
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F Use Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure to obtain the orthonormal set cfw_u1 , u2 , u3
from the given set of vectors (Do not alter the order of vectors
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MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2013
October 16, 5:00-6:50 pm, KOEBL 210
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2011
Problem 1 (15 points)
Find an equation for the plane that goes through the point A(1,-1,2) and orthogonal to the line
#x + y + z = 3
given by t
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MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2010
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Find the shortest distance from the point A(1,-1,3) and the plane given by the equation
x 2y + z = 3.
Problem 2 (15 poi
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MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2012
October 25, 5:00-6:50 pm, MUEN E0046
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MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2009
OPEN BOOK
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Find the shortest distance from the point A (1, 0, 1) and the line given by the system of
equations
x y + z = 2,
x y = 0.
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Find the fol
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MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2012
October 26, 10:00-11:50 am, FLMG 156
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MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2011
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the give
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2011
Problem 1 (20 points)
If possible express a vector u = (0,0,4,0,0)T as a linear combination of the following
three vectors: e1 = (1
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MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2010
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cfw_u1 , u2, u3 from the give
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
Short Essay 1
Socrates has a somewhat strange effect on the young men of Athens. He is
without a doubt a great role model for them. He teaches them to ask questions and
not be complacent people. He also inspires them to better
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
11/4/15
Take Home Exam 3
3) Augustine finds himself torn between two wills, one is the body (lust/sex) and the
other is his will to follow God. I was drawn toward your beauty but swiftly dragged
away from you by my own weight,
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Medieval sacred music: the roman catholic church Ritual: hierarchy, power, control Historical background for the medieval church roman period (600 years) late 2nd cent. B.C.E.>late 5th cent C.E.
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Epics: Gilgamesh (Babylonian) Homer, Iliad and Odyssey (Greece) Virgil, Aeneid (Rome) Epic poetry derives from a performance tradition, song tradition Note: talk to doc five about writing/epic shit that eddy discussed Bard: Performer/poet, sing impro