MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 2-Solutions
Due Friday May 27, by 4:00pm
in the assignment box on the 3rd floor of CAB
Problem 1. [10 pts]
C E and B F are altitudes in M ABC and E F is parallel to BC . Prove that M ABC is isosceles.
A
E
B
F
C
Solution:
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As a user, I might ask:
a. How much will this guitar cost?
b. Does it sound same as the normal guitar?
c. How small will it be?
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Econ 2010-11 Principles of Microeconomics
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February 10, 2015
1 For a particular good, a 5 percent increase in price causes a 15 percent decrease in quantity demanded. Which of the following statements is most likely
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MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 3
Due Friday June 3, by 4:00pm
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MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 4
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MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 2
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MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 3
Due Friday June 3, by 4:00pm
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MATH 241
Spring 2016
Assignment 4
Due Friday June 10, by 4:00pm
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02 Askeland Chap 9/27/05 1:49 PM Page 7
2
Atomic Structure
26 (a) Aluminum foil used for storing food weighs about 0.3 g per square inch. How
many atoms of aluminum are contained in one square inch of foil?
Solution:
In a one square inch sample:
number =
Econ 2010-11 Principles of Microeconomics
In-class Quiz #3 Answers
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February 3, 2015
1 If both the demand curve and the supply curve shift left,
a. The equilibrium quantity may decrease or increase but the equilibrium
price will always increas
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01 Askeland Chap 9/27/05 1:48 PM Page 1
1
Introduction to Materials Science
and Engineering
14
Steel is often coated with a thin layer of zinc if it is to be used outside. What characteristics do you think the zinc provides to this coated, or galvanized,
Econ 2010-11 Principles of Microeconomics
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March 31, 2015
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04 Askeland Chap
9/27/05
11:35 AM
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4
Imperfections in the Atomic
and Ionic Arrangements
41
Calculate the number of vacancies per cm3 expected in copper at 1080oC (just below
the melting temperature). The activation energy for vacancy formation is 2