PH2530: Module 3 Thermodynamics
Exercise 3.1
Thermodynamics
Solve the following problems:
1. Would the mass density of an object be the same if the object were on the moon rather than on the
earth? Would the weight density be the same?
2. A steel column i
MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Exercise 2.1
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. What is an exponential function?
2. What is a natural exponential function?
3. Evaluate
PH2530: Module 1 Motion and Newtons Laws
Exercise 1.1
Motion and Newtons Laws
Solve the following problems:
1. The turning radius of a car is 36 ft. What will be the distance in meters? (Hint: Refer to section 1.4 of
the textbook.)
2. What is the sum of 1
MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Exercise 2.2
Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
Solve the following exponential equation by expressing each side as a power of the
PH2530: Module 4 Electromagnetism
Exercise 4.1
Electromagnetism
Solve the following problems:
1. Two identical charges, each -8.00 x 10-5 C, are separated by a distance of 25.0 cm. Find the electric
force between them?
2. What is the electric force exerte
MA 3110 Statistics study Guide Exercises 2.1 & 2.2
Jefrey Barrick
6/27/2015
Exercise 2.1:
1. Is not a probability distribution. Does not how measureable data, discrete and continuous
random variable categorical distribution, random variables, probability
MA1310: Module 2 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Exercise 2.2
Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. Solve the following exponential equation by expressing each side as a power of t
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
10/23/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 3.2 Title: Other Trigonometric Functions
1. The graph of tangent function is given below. Find the equation of the graph in the form y
= A tan (Bx-C) : Y = tan ( X + /2)
A. Find A. The y-c
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
10/30/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 4.1 Title: Laws of Sines and Cosines
1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B, b and c.
/_ B = 180 -97-48 = 35
b=
B = 35
a / SinA = b /SinB = 12/Sin (48) = b /
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
11/20/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 5.2 Graphing Ellipse, Hyperbola, and Parabola
1. Describe an ellipse in two sentences.
An ellipse is the set of all points, P, in a plane the sum of whose distances from two fixed
points,
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
11/13/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 5.1 Solving Vectors
1. What is a directed line segment?
Answer: A line segment to which a direction has been assigned is called a directed line
segment.
2. What are equal vectors?
Answer:
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
10/02/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 2.1 Title: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
1. What is an exponential function?
Functions whose equations contain a variable in the exponent are called exponential
functions. Its a fu
Ralph Rozefort (17745168)
MA1310
10/16/14
Denys Bashtovyy
Exercise 3.1 Title: Trigonometric and Periodic Functions
1. Find the exact value of:
a. Sin 300 o = -3/2
b. Tan 405 o = 1
c. Cot (13/3) = 1/3
2. If sin o < 0 and tan o <, then in which quadrant doe
PH2530: Module 5 Waves, Sound, and Light
Exercise 5.1
Light and Sound Waves
Solve the following problems:
What is the source of wave motion?
Describe how a wave is different from a pulse.
If we double the frequency of a vibrating object, what happens to i
Module One Homework Assignment-Statistics
Jefrey Barrick
1.1:
Population: The collection of all individuals or items under consideration in a statistical study.
Sample: That part of the population from which information is obtained.
1.7:
Inferential St
Kyle Mashburn
Math 2
Excercise 4.1
1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B , b , and c .
Ans = B=35 , b=9.3 , and c=16
2. Two sides and an angle (SSA) of a triangle are given. . a = 7, b = 5, A = 70
Ans = The given measuremen
MA1310: Module 1 Sequences
Exercise 1.1
Sequences and Notations
Answer the following questions to complete this exercise:
1. Describe an arithmetic sequence in two sentences.
2. Describe a geometric sequence in two sentences.
3. The sequence shown below i
PH2530: Module 4 Electromagnetism
Lab 4.2
Electromagnetic Lab
Physics Lab Student Answer Sheet
Student Name: _
Section Number: _
Instructions: Follow the steps outlined in your Physics Lab Manual for Lab 11. Use this answer sheet to
record your answers. A
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Kyle Mashburn
Math 2
Exercise 5.1
NOTES: What is a directed line segment?
Answer: A line segment to which a direction has been assigned is called a directed line
segment.
NOTES: What are equal vectors?
Answer: Two vectors are equal if their corresponding
Kyle Mashburn
Math 2
Exercise 5.2
1. Describe an ellipse in two sentences. An ellipse is the set of all points, P, in a plane the
sum of whose distances from two Fxed points, 1 and 2, is constant.
These two Fxed points are called the foci. The midpoint of
Kyle Mashburn
Math 2
Exercise 4.2
1.Explain why and represent the same points in polar coordinates.
Answer: (r,) and (-r , +180) are the same point because adding 180 takes you to the
exact opposite side of the unit circle , but the MINUS r brings you bac
Kyle Mashburn
Math 2
Lab 6.1
1.) A.) Plan A (Y=40x)Plan B (Y=.10x+20)
Plan B(Y=.10x+20)
B.) .10(200)+$20=$40 so, anything >200 then plan A will be better.
2.) 550x$360=$198,000, 550x$140=$77,000.
$198,000-$77,000=$121,000
$121,000-$118,000(Fixed Cost)=$3,
Assignment 3
Jefrey Barrick
6.7 The area under the density curve that lies to the right of 15 is 0.324. What percentage of all
possible observations of the variable
a. >15=32.74%
b. <15=64.7%
100-32.74=67.7
Normal Distribution
and Percent of Population in
MA3110 Statistics Week 3 Home Work
Jefrey Barrick
6.7: The area under the density curve that lies to the right of 15 is 0.324. What Percentage of all possible
observations of the variable.
A. Exceed 15? B. Are at most 15?
>15= 32.47% to the right
<15= 67
Ma3110 Unit 4 exercise 7.49 & 7.55
7.49a=
Jefrey Barrick
7200/ 50 =1018.23
B=
100=
7200/ 720
7.55 a.Yes because the population mean and the sample mean are the same making it
unbiased.
B.The sample median is going to be a biased because the sample sizes b
EJERCICIOS DE RUTA CRITICA.
Ejercicio de ruta crtica Reddy Mikks.
Fabrica 2 tipos de pintura para exteriores e interiores: Utiliza 2 materias primas (M1 y M2). En la
fabricacin de la pintura para exteriores requiere 6 toneladas de M1 y 1 tonelada para M2,