Merry Andrea A. Tejada
FM 3-1
CASE 2: ASSESSING MARTIN MANUFACTURINGS
CURRENT FINANCIAL POSITION
I.
INTRODUCTION
Terri Spiro, a budget analyst, gathered Martin Manufacturing Companys 2003 financial
statement and obtained its ratio values for 2001 and 2002
I.
TECHNICAL COURSES
A. MATHEMATICS
Course Name:
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Course Description
The course is about the introduction to the theories, relations, functions,
and operations on expressions in General Algebra.
Number of Units for
Lecture and Laboratory
Le
LECTURE
Third Edition
BEAMS: DEFORMATION BY
INTEGRATION
A. J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
16
Chapter
9.1 9.3
by
Dr. Ibrahim A. Assakkaf
SPRING 2003
ENES 220 Mechanics of Materials
Department of Civil and
CH. VII
ME256 STATICS
Structural Analysis
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
7.1 SIMPLE TRUSSES
A truss is a structure composed of slender members joined together at their end
points. The members commonly used in construction consist of wooden struts or metal
bars. The
CH. VII
ME256 STATICS
Structural Analysis
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
7.1 SIMPLE TRUSSES
A truss is a structure composed of slender members joined together at their end
points. The members commonly used in construction consist of wooden struts or metal
bars. The
Dynamics
Projectile Motion
Projectile
Any object projected into space by the
exertion of force
Earth-bound projectiles are subject to
uniformly accelerated motion along the
vertical axis (up and down) relative to the
Earths surface
Motion is usually analy
ABSOLUTE AND
FUNCTIONAL EXTENSION
OF TERMS
Universal Term
Term that applies to each and all of
the members of a class.
All, each, every, everything,
whoever, whatever, etc.
All S is P.
No S is P.
Examples
All Filipinos are lovers of beauty.
Universal
ABSOLUTE AND
FUNCTIONAL EXTENSION
OF TERMS
Universal Term
Term that applies to each and all of
the members of a class.
All, each, every, everything,
whoever, whatever, etc.
All S is P.
No S is P.
Examples
All Filipinos are lovers of beauty.
Universal
Statics of Structural
Supports
Supports
Different types of structural
supports are shown in Table 1.
Some physical details for the
idealized support conditions of
Table 1 are shown in Figs. 1 5.
TYPES OF FORCES
External Forces actions of
other bodies on t
Laplace Transforms (p 252 - 257 8th ed)
Let f(t) be a function of t defined for each positive values of t. Then
the Laplace transform of f(t), denoted by
provided that the integral exists. s is a parameter, which may be a real
or complex number. being cle
Lecture 8- Ecological
Lecture Ecological
Interactions and Relationships
Interactions
Interactions and Relationships
Interactions
Every organism is connected to one
another in an ecosystem
Organisms interact in order to survive,
grow and reproduce
The t
ELECTRIC
POTENTIAL
POTENTIAL
2.
a
1.0 cm
1. Using the data given on example item #2 on
Electrostatics including all the results solved;
determine the speed of the electron as reach
the edge of the upper plate.
2.0 cm
a) Determine the work needed to
move t
HEAT & CALORIMETRY
HEAT
1. A 50.0-g sample of copper is at 25.0C. If 1,200 J of energy
is added to it by heat, what is the final temperature of the
copper?
cCu = 387 J/kgCo
2. How much energy is required to change a 40.0-g ice cube
from ice at 10.0C to st
MECHANISMS OF HEAT TRANSFER
Conduction occurs within a body or between two bodies in
contact.
- transfer of energy from one molecule to another.
Heat Current, H - rate of heat/energy flow
H=
dQ
kA (T T
=
dt
L
H
L
)
A area being crossed (m2)
k thermal cond
Organizing and Staffing
Source: Management - A Global Perspective
byWeihrich and Koontz 11th Edition
Organizing is
The identification and classification of required
activities.
The grouping of similar activities necessary to
attain objectives.
The assi
SERIES & PARALLEL
CIRCUITS
CIRCUITS
1. (a) Compute the equivalent resistance of
the network as shown. (b) Find the current
in each resistor. (c) What is the power
dissipated in each resistor? The battery
has negligible internal resistance.
2. For the circ
Originalarbeiten Originals
Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff 61 (2003) 273280 Springer-Verlag 2003
DOI 10.1007/s00107-003-0386-5
Measuring the shear strength ratio of glued joints
within the same specimen
B. Pizzo, P. Lavisci, C. Misani, P. Triboulot, N. Macchi
HEAT
TRANSFER
TRANSFER
1. A box with a total surface area of 1.20 m2 and a wall
thickness of 4.00 cm is made of an insulating material. A
10.0-W electric heater inside the box maintains the inside
temperature at 15.0C above the outside temperature. Find
t
MECHANICAL WAVES
MECHANICAL
1. A transverse sinusoidal wave on a string has a period T =
25.0 millisecond (ms) and travels in the negative x-direction
with a speed of 30.0 m/s. At t = 0, a particle on the string at x
= 0 is at its maximum upper displaceme
THERMOMETRY
THERMOMETRY
Given a hypothetical temperature scale X, the freezing point is
assigned the reading of 40o and a boiling point 160o. For
another scale Y, the assigned values are -20o and 180o
respectively.
a.Convert a reading of 50oX to Y scale.
Lecture 4: Ecology
Lecture
Concepts and Principles
Concepts
Bonifacio B. Magtibay, CE, SE, MSEM
What is ecology?
Greek origin
OIKOS = household
LOGOS = study of
Study of the house/environment iin which
n
Study
we live.
we
Study of relationships among
CONTROLLING
Source: Management - A Global Perspective
by Weihrich and Koontz 11th Edition
CONTROLLING
The process of measuring progress
toward planned performance and, if
necessary, applying corrective
measures to ensure that performance
is on the line wi
THE THREE-MOMENT EQUATION for CONTINUOUS BEAM ANALYSIS CE 130L. Uncertainty, Design, and Optimization Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Duke University Spring, 2009
Consider a continuous beam over several supports carrying arbitrary loads,
PLOTTING TRAVERSES
The most accurate method of plotting a traverse is to determine the latitude (north south displacement) and
departure (east west displacement) of each station of the traverse. The displacement of each station is
calculated from the hori
Geospatial Science
RMIT
ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1
EARTHWORKS and VOLUMES
Earthworks are required for many types of construction such as roads and railways, dams, tunnels, buildings,
swimming pools and tanks. For many of these construction projects, the surv
Geospatial Science
RMIT
ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1
EARTHWORKS and VOLUMES
Earthworks are required for many types of construction such as roads and railways, dams, tunnels, buildings,
swimming pools and tanks. For many of these construction projects, the surv
PLANNING AND
DECISION-MAKING
Essentials of Planning and Decision-Making
Planning
The most fundamental and basic of all
management function
Involves a rational approach in selecting and
achieving goals and objectives and deciding on the
actions to achieve
Outlines
Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel Iteration Methods, Use of Software Packages
Mike Renfro
February 20, 2008
Mike Renfro
Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel Iteration Methods, Use of Software Pa
Outlines
Part I: Review of Previous Lecture Part II: Jacobi and Gauss-Seid
Outlines
Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel Iteration Methods, Use of Software Packages
Mike Renfro
February 20, 2008
Mike Renfro
Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel Iteration Methods, Use of Software Pa
Outlines
Part I: Review of Previous Lecture Part II: Jacobi and Gauss-Seid