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School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 0203 PASTINA COMPANY General Journal Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Account Depreciation Expense Accumulated Depreciation Bad debt expense Allowance for uncollectable accts Wage expense
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 2 40:11 When the price of gasoline rises, the demand for SUVs declines because: a. SUVs are less fuel efficient than hybrids. 1. b. S
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 1003 Requirement 1: Hint: "Increases" come from the "Explanations of Amounts" below the table. "Decreases" come from assets that have been sold or traded in. PELL CORPORATION Analysis of Change in
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Examples II: End of the Chapter Exercises: Chapter 5: The Value of Common Stocks Assume that the following quote for the Advanced Business Machines stock (traded on the NYSE) was found in the Thursday, December 14, issue of the Wall Street Journal. AdvBus
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Home > Chapter 5 > Multiple Choice Quiz Coursewide Content Glossary Interactive FinSims Additional Appendices Related Web sites S&P Market Insite Career Corner Multiple Choice (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 23 questions, you answered 19 corr
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 8 55:03 Average total cost is the sum of fixed cost plus variable cost. 1. T rue False Correct. Average total cost is the sum of aver
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 0203 PASTINA COMPANY General Journal Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Account Depreciation Expense Accumulated Depreciation Bad debt expense Allowance for uncollectable accts Wage expense
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 2 40:11 When the price of gasoline rises, the demand for SUVs declines because: a. SUVs are less fuel efficient than hybrids. 1. b. S
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 1003 Requirement 1: Hint: "Increases" come from the "Explanations of Amounts" below the table. "Decreases" come from assets that have been sold or traded in. PELL CORPORATION Analysis of Change in
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Home > Chapter 5 > Multiple Choice Quiz Coursewide Content Glossary Interactive FinSims Additional Appendices Related Web sites S&P Market Insite Career Corner Multiple Choice (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 23 questions, you answered 19 corr
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Examples II: End of the Chapter Exercises: Chapter 5: The Value of Common Stocks Assume that the following quote for the Advanced Business Machines stock (traded on the NYSE) was found in the Thursday, December 14, issue of the Wall Street Journal. AdvBus
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 8 55:03 Average total cost is the sum of fixed cost plus variable cost. 1. T rue False Correct. Average total cost is the sum of aver
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Abdominal Pain Case Study J.K.Yingling Phd, ANPBC, FNPBC SUNY POLY Day at the Clinic Barbara 75year old female presents to the clinic CC: LUQ pain x 4 days HPI: States pain sharp, intermittent. Denies any trauma. Denies any alleviating or aggravating
School: SUNY IT
Chapter 9Business Ethics and Technology MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Technology has advanced _ society's capacity to grasp its consequences. a. slower than b. faster than c. only with d. at about the same rate as ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 347348 NAT: AACSB Technology  I
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Chapter 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Which of the following is not listed as a general issue involving social or ethical ramifications within the relationship between business and society? a. downsizing pension programs b. toxic waste disposal c. insider trading
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Analysis Basics 1 General Element Information There are 6 major types of elements; truss, beam, 2D, axisymmetric, shell and 3D. In this course we will be using all but the axisymmetric and shell elements. Table 4.1 shows the major charact
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Course: Intro To Nursing
PEDIATRIC OBESITY J.K.YINGLING PhD, APRN SUNY POLY WHY WORRY ABOUT PEDIATRIC OBESITY? Pediatric obesity is of epidemic proportion. Pediatric obesity is the most common chronic disease of childhood. DEFINITION OF PEDIATRIC OBESITY Overweight / At risk of
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
JKYingling PhDc, APRN, FNPBC, ANPBC Clinical trials in pediatric patients are limited Clinical experience vs. evidence based medicine Dosing (mg/kg or mg/m2) frequently based on adult data Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of 2002 About twothir
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Course: Intro To Nursing
Fever of Unknown Origin JK YINGLING PHD, APRN SUNY POLY Classification of Fever of Unknown Origin Category of FUO Definition Etiology Classic Temperature >38.3C (100.9F) Duration of >3 weeks Evaluation of at least 3 outpatient visits or 3 days in hospital
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Infectious Disease J.K. Yingling PhD,APRN State University of New York Institute of Technology What Causes an Infectious Disease? Infection is caused by a microorganism The microorganism may be a bacteria, a virus or a fungus Bacillus anthracis bacteria
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Immunizations JK Yingling PhD, APRN, ANPBC, FNPBC SUNY POLY Immunizations Active Immunization Onset of protection Duration of protection=Usually permanent Protection produced by the person's own immune system Active immunity produced by vaccine Pa
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Pediatric Fever SUNY IT Jennifer K. Yingling PhD, APRN, ANP, FNP Fever is the most common presenting complaint in pediatrics: 1020% visits Majority of children presenting with fever < 3 years of age Fever can indicate minor and life threatening infect
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at how a rolling flywheel can be used to gather the mass moment of inertia of that disk. We will be comparing the experimental data that we obtained with the theoretical value obtained through measure
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Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be investigating the relationship between the belt tensions and the angle of lap for a given belt. We will then compare the driving torque for a given angle of lap using a flap leather belt, a badly fitted V bel
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at the centrifugal force and how it acts on a body relative to rotational speed and radius of the apparatus. We will be comparing theoretical values with experimental values obtained. Theoretical valu
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment, we used Sir Isaac Newtons Second Law to measure the force of gravity on an object. Ideally, it would be simpler to just drop an object and calculate the Earths gravitational force on that object. However, it is not too
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at what happens when two objects collide. As long as there are two objects and no external forces, the following equation can be used to solve for the combined momentum. Where p is the combined moment
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction The laws of motion are a pretty complicated principle. It took mankind 4000 years of civilization and the genius of Sir Isaac Newton to figure out these basic principles of motion. In this experiment, we took a look at Sir Isaac Newtons secon
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 0203 PASTINA COMPANY General Journal Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Account Depreciation Expense Accumulated Depreciation Bad debt expense Allowance for uncollectable accts Wage expense
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 2 40:11 When the price of gasoline rises, the demand for SUVs declines because: a. SUVs are less fuel efficient than hybrids. 1. b. S
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 1003 Requirement 1: Hint: "Increases" come from the "Explanations of Amounts" below the table. "Decreases" come from assets that have been sold or traded in. PELL CORPORATION Analysis of Change in
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Examples II: End of the Chapter Exercises: Chapter 5: The Value of Common Stocks Assume that the following quote for the Advanced Business Machines stock (traded on the NYSE) was found in the Thursday, December 14, issue of the Wall Street Journal. AdvBus
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Home > Chapter 5 > Multiple Choice Quiz Coursewide Content Glossary Interactive FinSims Additional Appendices Related Web sites S&P Market Insite Career Corner Multiple Choice (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 23 questions, you answered 19 corr
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 8 55:03 Average total cost is the sum of fixed cost plus variable cost. 1. T rue False Correct. Average total cost is the sum of aver
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Risk and Return: Additional Examples An analyst predicted last year that the stock of Logistics, Inc., would offer a total return of at least 10% in the coming year. At the beginning of the year, the firm had a stock market value of $10 million. At the en
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Example: Cases: Chapters 2, 3, 8, and 9 Chapter 2 and 3: See examples I provided in the corresponding module. Chapter 8 and 9: Three assets F, G, and H are currently being considered by Perth Industries. The probability distributions of expected returns f
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Course: Corporate Finance
My Expectations In this class I will assume the following: 1. You are here because you want to become an Educated Person. To me an educated person is one who: Does not memorize facts and exercises solving procedures. Explains ideas in everyday language. M
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Course: Corporate Finance
Overview This is a course describes the theory and practice of corporate finance. Our main concern would be understanding why companies and financial markets behave the way they do and what financial managers do and why. For this we will use theories that
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Course: Corporate Finance
How You Will Be Evaluated Evaluation: I will base your course grade on your level of completion of the activities listed in the previous setion. The course grade will be weighted as follows: ATTENDANCE.15% PARTICIPATION IN COURSE ACTIVITIES.40% AWARENESS
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Course: Corporate Finance
Learning Objectives, Chapter Outline, and Readings: Chapters 89: Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital and Risk and Return CHAPTER 8: INTRODUCTION TO RISK, RETURN, AND THE OPPORTUNITY COST OF CAPITAL OVERVIEW: This chapter pro
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Course: Corporate Finance
Course Schedule Print this document This is a TENTATIVE course outline. Although I will try to maintain the class schedule and objectives, I may need to make adjustments. So, please do not be surprised or worried if along the way I decide to change some a
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Course: Corporate Finance
Course Objectives At the end of this course you should be able to: Explain how Financial Management Theory could be used in business decision making and problem solving. Recognize that effective business management involves the integration of several dis
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Course: Corporate Finance
Background and Readings Background: During the first week, I want you to gain an overview of the course content and format and to become acquainted with the process we are going to follow. Also I want you to review basic Financial Management concepts. I w
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Course: Corporate Finance
Application Journal: Example One of the activities you will have to complete in this course is an "Application Journal". An AJ is a summary of the main points, ideas, and concepts in each chapter. Below you will find an example of an "Application Journal"
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Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Chapter 1: Finance and Financial Manager Each week I ask you to participate in a variety of activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborative learning with as much group interaction as possible. You should engage in
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Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Chapters 89: Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital and Risk and Return Each week you will participate in a variety of online and inclass activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborati
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Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Chapter 2 and 3: Present Values, the Objectives of the Firm, and Corporate Governance and How to Calculate Present Values Each week you will participate in a variety of activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborat
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Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Cases: Chapters 2, 3, 8, and 9 Each week you will participate in a variety of online activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborative learning with as much group interaction as possible. You should engage in learn
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Course: Acc
CHAPTER 10 Acquisition and Disposition of Property, Plant, and Equipment ASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC) Topics Questions Brief Exercises 1 Exercises Problems Concepts for Analysis 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 6, 7 1. Valuation and classific
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Course: Acc
CHAPTER 3 COSTVOLUMEPROFIT ANALYSIS TRUE/FALSE 1. To perform costvolumeprofit analysis, a company must be able to separate costs into fixed and variable components. Answer: True Difficulty: 1 Terms to Learn: costvolumeprofit (CVP) analysis 2. Object
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Course: Acc
Accounting 5312 Test 1 February 2010 Name:_ Test Number _ Stockholders Equity Retained Earnings Earnings Per Share Convertible Securities Instructions for completion of examination 1. Print your name on the examination booklet and your Scantron form. 2. A
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Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Chapter 4: Important Financial Concepts: Interest Rates and Bond Valuation Each week you will participate in a variety of activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborative learning with as much group interaction as
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Course: Corporate Finance
Rubrics Use the following rubrics to evaluate your performace. With these rubrics you should be able to determine your approximate grade in the course. Attendance: F to D+ C to C+ B to B+ A to A+ Student has more than 5 absences Student has 45 absence
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Activities: Chapter 5: The Value of Common Stocks Each week you will participate in a variety of activities. I have designed these activities for individual and collaborative learning with as much group interaction as possible. You should engage in learni
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Course: Corporate Finance
Important Things to Remember! A FEW IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE YOU START THIS COURSE: ELEMENTS OF CRITICAL THINKING Remember to apply these elements when evaluating any assignment. Differentiate between fact and opinion. Recognize and evaluate au
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Course: Corporate Finance
Important Financial Concepts to Review and Remember: Time Value of Money 1. Assume a firm makes a $2500 deposit into its money market account. If this account is currently paying 0.7%, what will the account balance be after 1 year? (use your financial cal
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Course: Corporate Finance
Important Financial Concepts to Review and Remember: Financial Statements The purpose of each of the four major financial statements are: Income Statement?The purpose of the income statement is to provide a financial summary of the firm's operating result
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Course: Corporate Finance
Review: Full, Anonymous: No Exercise: Cases: Chapters 2, 3, 8, and 9 Complete the following Cases: Chapters 2, 3, 8, and 9. You should complete these exercises ASAP. However, you have until Feb. 22, 2009 to complete these exercises. After this date, I wil
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 0203 PASTINA COMPANY General Journal Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Account Depreciation Expense Accumulated Depreciation Bad debt expense Allowance for uncollectable accts Wage expense
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 2 40:11 When the price of gasoline rises, the demand for SUVs declines because: a. SUVs are less fuel efficient than hybrids. 1. b. S
School: SUNY IT
Course: Acc
Student Name: Instructor Class: McGrawHill/Irwin Problem 1003 Requirement 1: Hint: "Increases" come from the "Explanations of Amounts" below the table. "Decreases" come from assets that have been sold or traded in. PELL CORPORATION Analysis of Change in
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Home > Chapter 5 > Multiple Choice Quiz Coursewide Content Glossary Interactive FinSims Additional Appendices Related Web sites S&P Market Insite Career Corner Multiple Choice (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 23 questions, you answered 19 corr
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Examples II: End of the Chapter Exercises: Chapter 5: The Value of Common Stocks Assume that the following quote for the Advanced Business Machines stock (traded on the NYSE) was found in the Thursday, December 14, issue of the Wall Street Journal. AdvBus
School: SUNY IT
Course: Managerial Economics
Web Quiz Assignment Name: McGuigan/Moyer/Harris, Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies, and Tactics 11e, Chapter 8 55:03 Average total cost is the sum of fixed cost plus variable cost. 1. T rue False Correct. Average total cost is the sum of aver
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Risk and Return: Additional Examples An analyst predicted last year that the stock of Logistics, Inc., would offer a total return of at least 10% in the coming year. At the beginning of the year, the firm had a stock market value of $10 million. At the en
School: SUNY IT
Course: Corporate Finance
Example: Cases: Chapters 2, 3, 8, and 9 Chapter 2 and 3: See examples I provided in the corresponding module. Chapter 8 and 9: Three assets F, G, and H are currently being considered by Perth Industries. The probability distributions of expected returns f
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Course: Capstone
Guidelines for Final Reports Capstone Experience The final report must be submitted at the last class, and an electronic version must be emailed to Dr. Jones. Each group submits a single final report. In addition, each student submits a confidential Teamw
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Course: Capstone
Course Guide MTC 420, Capstone Experience SUNYIT Department of Engineering Technology Instructor Dr. D.K. Jones Phone: (315)7927121 Office: 1207 Donovan (315)7927234 Email: dkjones@sunyit.edu Office Hours: Mon and Wed 23:30pm, Thurs 11amnoon Meeting T
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Course: Capstone
Oral Communication Course: Date: Evaluator: Student Evaluated: Project Evaluated: Performance Indicator Student demonstrated the ability to: a. Speak with proper language and effective verbal communication b. Organize the content in a logical fashion c. P
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Course: Capstone
Rubric for Capstone Projects Student _ Attribute Technical depth 1Not acceptable Little use of collegelevel skills, unclear proposal Evaluator_ 2Below expectations Lack of technical content, proposed goals were not completed Limited scope, reproduces ex
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Course: Capstone
Design and modify components of existing and new mechanical systems Course: Date: Evaluator: Student Evaluated: Project Evaluated: Performance Indicators (solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, thermal sciences) Student demonstrated 1 Not acceptable 2  Below
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Course: Capstone
Generate computeraided engineering graphics using commercial packages Course: Date: Evaluator: Student Evaluated: Project Evaluated: Performance Indicators Student demonstrated 1 Not acceptable the ability to: a. Create twoLack of critical errors, dimens
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
Lab Number _ Name _ Grade _ MTC 476 Laboratory Grading Title Page: Name, date, project description, laboratory number 1) Problem Definition: (4x3=12pts) Describe the problem to be solved. State the quantitative failure criteria used and why. (i.e. defl
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Course: Intro To Nursing
Abdominal Pain Case Study J.K.Yingling Phd, ANPBC, FNPBC SUNY POLY Day at the Clinic Barbara 75year old female presents to the clinic CC: LUQ pain x 4 days HPI: States pain sharp, intermittent. Denies any trauma. Denies any alleviating or aggravating
School: SUNY IT
Chapter 9Business Ethics and Technology MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Technology has advanced _ society's capacity to grasp its consequences. a. slower than b. faster than c. only with d. at about the same rate as ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 347348 NAT: AACSB Technology  I
School: SUNY IT
Chapter 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Which of the following is not listed as a general issue involving social or ethical ramifications within the relationship between business and society? a. downsizing pension programs b. toxic waste disposal c. insider trading
School: SUNY IT
Course: Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Analysis Basics 1 General Element Information There are 6 major types of elements; truss, beam, 2D, axisymmetric, shell and 3D. In this course we will be using all but the axisymmetric and shell elements. Table 4.1 shows the major charact
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
PEDIATRIC OBESITY J.K.YINGLING PhD, APRN SUNY POLY WHY WORRY ABOUT PEDIATRIC OBESITY? Pediatric obesity is of epidemic proportion. Pediatric obesity is the most common chronic disease of childhood. DEFINITION OF PEDIATRIC OBESITY Overweight / At risk of
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
JKYingling PhDc, APRN, FNPBC, ANPBC Clinical trials in pediatric patients are limited Clinical experience vs. evidence based medicine Dosing (mg/kg or mg/m2) frequently based on adult data Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of 2002 About twothir
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Fever of Unknown Origin JK YINGLING PHD, APRN SUNY POLY Classification of Fever of Unknown Origin Category of FUO Definition Etiology Classic Temperature >38.3C (100.9F) Duration of >3 weeks Evaluation of at least 3 outpatient visits or 3 days in hospital
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Infectious Disease J.K. Yingling PhD,APRN State University of New York Institute of Technology What Causes an Infectious Disease? Infection is caused by a microorganism The microorganism may be a bacteria, a virus or a fungus Bacillus anthracis bacteria
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Immunizations JK Yingling PhD, APRN, ANPBC, FNPBC SUNY POLY Immunizations Active Immunization Onset of protection Duration of protection=Usually permanent Protection produced by the person's own immune system Active immunity produced by vaccine Pa
School: SUNY IT
Course: Intro To Nursing
Pediatric Fever SUNY IT Jennifer K. Yingling PhD, APRN, ANP, FNP Fever is the most common presenting complaint in pediatrics: 1020% visits Majority of children presenting with fever < 3 years of age Fever can indicate minor and life threatening infect
School: SUNY IT
Case 5: Ligand Pharmaceuticals 1. Engagement risk is the risk that the CPA firm will have exposure to financial loss or damage to their professional reputation as a result of performing an engagement. It is different than audit risk which is the risk that
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 10 Due Date: April 3, 2014 Problem: For the following analyses, Sketch a Finite Element model to take full advantage of symmetry, define the type of symmetry used and show and describe the boundary conditio
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 9 Due Date: Apr 1, 2014 Problem: Using Finite Element Analysis solve for 1) the deflections at all the node locations, 2) external load at the right hand node and 3) the wall reaction. Show all seven steps
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 7 Due Date: March 20, 2014 Problem: For the following analyses, redraw the model to take full advantage of symmetry and describe the boundary conditions at lines of symmetry (e.g. ux=0) and the applied load
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 1 Due Date: January 23, 2014 Problem: For the bridge in Exercise B, calculate the stresses in members BD, CD, and CE using Method of Sections. Homework assignments requirements and grading Use engineerin
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 4 Due Date: Feb. 18, 2014 Problem: Using bar element equation, solve the following problem using 2 elements. Find the maximum displacement at center and the reaction forces at the walls. E = 10 x 106 psi Cr
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 2 Due Date: Feb 4, 2014 a. Reformat the following simultaneous equations into matrix equations of the form [K] cfw_x = cfw_F, b. Solve for unknowns in problems 1, 2 and 3. 1. 3x + 2y = 13 1x + 2y = 2 2. 14
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Spring 2014 Homework 3 Due Date: Feb. 11, 2014 Problem: Using bar element equation, solve the following problem using one element. Find the maximum displacement of right end and the reaction force at the wall. E = 1
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Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at how a rolling flywheel can be used to gather the mass moment of inertia of that disk. We will be comparing the experimental data that we obtained with the theoretical value obtained through measure
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Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be investigating the relationship between the belt tensions and the angle of lap for a given belt. We will then compare the driving torque for a given angle of lap using a flap leather belt, a badly fitted V bel
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at the centrifugal force and how it acts on a body relative to rotational speed and radius of the apparatus. We will be comparing theoretical values with experimental values obtained. Theoretical valu
School: SUNY IT
Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment, we used Sir Isaac Newtons Second Law to measure the force of gravity on an object. Ideally, it would be simpler to just drop an object and calculate the Earths gravitational force on that object. However, it is not too
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Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction In this lab experiment we will be looking at what happens when two objects collide. As long as there are two objects and no external forces, the following equation can be used to solve for the combined momentum. Where p is the combined moment
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Course: Engineering Dynamics
Introduction The laws of motion are a pretty complicated principle. It took mankind 4000 years of civilization and the genius of Sir Isaac Newton to figure out these basic principles of motion. In this experiment, we took a look at Sir Isaac Newtons secon
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
SUNYINSTITUTEOFTECHNOLOGY Lab5:IntegratedCircuitPackageLead MTC476FiniteElementApplications Jacob Hamlin 4/5/2014 Mechanical Engineering Technology Table of Contents Problem Definition Model Description Results Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B Closed Form
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
SUNY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Lab 4 : Yield Strength on a Tensile Specimen MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Jacob Hamlin 3/20/2014 Mechanical Engineering Technology Table of Contents Problem Definition Model Description Results Conclusion Appendix A App
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
1. Problem Definition In this lab, analysis was done on a turbine blade (see Figure 1.1). The problem is to see if the tree securing the turbine blade to the rotor will fail under the given loading conditions. The loading conditions that were given was th
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
SUNY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Lab 3 : Analysis on a Turbine Blade MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Jacob Hamlin 2/22/2014 Mechanical Engineering Technology Table of Contents Problem Definition Model Description Results Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B C
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
SUNY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Lab 2 : Analysis on a Braced Aarm MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Jacob Hamlin 2/11/2014 Mechanical Engineering Technology Table of Contents Problem Definition Model Description Results Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B Cl
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
1. Problem Definition In this lab, is was required to do an analysis on a bridge (Figure 1.1). The bridge is 100 6 long, and each bridge section is 16 9 (see figure 1.2). It is required to make sure that the bridge will not fail during normal use, and it
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
SUNY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Lab 1 : Deformation and Stress on a Bridge Truss MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Jacob Hamlin 1/28/2014 Mechanical Engineering Technology Table of Contents Problem Definition Model Results Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 5 Integrated Circuit Package lead Due Date: April 8, 2014 Design Goal: For the proposed microcircuit package (Figure 2), determine if the lead (Figure 3) life will meet the requirement of 106 thermal cycles.
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 4 Tensile Specimen Due Date: March 25, 2014 Design Goal: For the Lab specimen shown below, determine the yield failure force (in Newtons). Decision shall be based on the results of two Finite Element Analyses
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 3 Baja A arm Due Date: February 25, 2014 Design Goal: The original A arm design shown below failed by plastically deforming during testing by the Baja SAE club. A new design was proposed as shown in the modif
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 3 Turbine Blade Due Date: Design Goal: For the gas turbine blade shown below, determine if failure will occur. Evaluation shall be based on the results of a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of the blade. Load Co
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 1  Truss Bridge Due Date: Feb 4, 2014 Design Goal: For the BGSE Truss bridge design shown, select an acceptable standard steel shape that meets the load requirements and the failure criteria. For this design
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Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC 476 Finite Element Applications Laboratory 6 Through Silicon Via Analysis Due Date: April 22, 2014 Design Goal: For the proposed through Silicon Via (See Reference), determine the effect that fill induced voids have on the internal stress condition of
School: SUNY IT
Course: Finite Element Analysis
MTC/CTC 476 Finite Element Applications Homework 5 For the following problems, redraw with the given elements, and show the loads and boundary conditions for FEA model 2200 lbs For the following using beam elements 2 ft. 4 ft. B C A b. For the following u
School: SUNY IT
Course: Finite Element Analysis
FINITE ELEMENT SOLUTION PROCESS 1) Discretize domain a) Define element limits b) Define node locations 2) Derive or apply element equation a) Direct integration b) Galerkin 3) Fill in element properties a) Area b) Elasticity c) Length 4) Assemble global m
We do not have enough information from this school to determine the average SAT range.
The average ACT score for students admitted to SUNY IT for the 20132014 academic year was 22.
At SUNY IT, 92% of students submitted an SAT score, but SUNY IT accepts both the SAT and ACT.
Secondary School Record  Secondary School GPA  Secondary School Rank  Letters of Recommendation  Admission Test Score  AP Credits 

Required  Required  Recommended  Required  Required  Yes 
The total cost for instate students attending SUNY IT, including tuition and room and board, is $15,860. For outofstate students, that cost increases to $25,110.
Financial aid options are available to students at SUNY IT. In 2013, 92 percent of firsttime students attending SUNY IT received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  182  92%     
Grant Aid  154  78%  $811,981  $5,273 
Student Loans  145  73%  $908,505  $6,266 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  1,073  58%  $5,103,783  $4,757 
Student Loans  1,004  54%  $6,922,533  $6,895 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
20102011  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
20092010  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

PostMaster's Degree  No  Yes  Yes  Yes  No 

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0.001 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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