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1. The US government, and most other governments of the world, provide support for scientists but not for astrologers, palm readers, or telephone "psychics". Why do governments support scientists? A. Scientists help humans do useful things, which makes th

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Quiz: Unit 6 Quiz  InArt 115  The Popular Arts in America: Popular Musi. http:/popartuniversity.com/courses/inart115/quizzes/bf84e7b787 Logged in as Sam Resnek  Log out InArt 115  The Popular Arts in America: Popular Music Spring 2010 UP008 Home Textb

HW_Section_2.2
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TOPIC Cartesian coordinate system SECTION 2.2 2.38 2.40 2.42 2.46 2.48 2.52

HW_Section_2.4
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TOPIC Cartesian vector representation; direction angles and cosines; position vectors; vector dot product 2.103 2.108 2.114 2.116 2.118 SECTION 2.4

HW_Section_3.2
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TOPIC Equilibrium of particles in two dimensions; Free body diagrams; cables, bars, pulleys, springs, reactions; SECTION 3.2 3.51a T = 2.92 N 3.54 3.57a,b,c F = 4.64 lb, F = 14.64 lb, F = 5.36 lb 3.74 3.79 W = 20.84 lb

HW_Section_3.1
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TOPIC Equilibrium of particles in two dimensions; Free body diagrams; cables, bars, pulleys, springs, reactions; SECTION 3.1 3.2 3.5 Tbd = 50 lb (tension), Tab = 70.5 lb (compression), Tbc = 75.14 lb (compression) 3.8 3.11 h = 1.50 ft. 3.17 P = 254 lb 3

HW_Section_2.5
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TOPIC Vector cross product SECTION 2.5 2.145; Answer: 86.9 in lb k(hat) 2.146 2.154a (Compute 2 vectors that are normal to the surface: vector n1 = vectors r12 X r14 and vector n2 = vectors r34 X r32. If vector n1/n1 equals vector n2/n2, that is, if the

HW_Section_3.3
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TOPIC Equilibrium of particles in three dimensions; reactions; solution of algebraic equations SECTION 3.3 3.83 Tac = Tad = 2.75 kN, Tab = 4.5 kN 3.87 Fc = 2330 N, Fd = 667 N, Fb = 2000 N 3.94 3.100 Set up problem to system of equations; don't have to

HW_Section_4.1
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TOPIC Moment of a force; scalar and vector approach; Varignon's theorem SECTION 4.1 4.12b 4.15 4.17 a) Mz = 160 Nm b) Ma = 170 Nm 4.22a 4.28

HW_Section_4.2
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TOPIC Moment of a force; moment of a force about a line; scalar and vector approach SECTION 4.2 4.35: M(ab) = 4320 in lb 4.50 4.51 (Hint: To maximize, moment abour shaft OB, the 130N force should be perpendicular to the plane containing lines OA and OB.)

HW_Section_4.3
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TOPIC SECTION Moment of a couple; vector and scalar approach; equivalent couples; couple moment; transmissibility of a force; equivalent force systems; special force systems 4.67 a) Fa = 1.2N, Fb = 1.2N, Nb = 6N b) M = 48 Nmm (ihat) 4.70 4.74 (cross pro

HW_Section_2.3
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TOPIC Cartesian vector representation; direction angles and cosines; position vectors SECTION 2.3 2.68 2.75 2.78 2.80 2.85: distance to nest = 403.2m; direction angles: x = 15.2 degrees, y = 82.82 degrees, z = 103.3 degrees

HW3_Solutions
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Statics 2e 267 Problem 3.2 The structure shown uses members AB, BC , and BD to support an object with the weight or mass given in the gure. Determine the force supported by each of these members, indicating whether they are in tension or compression. Solu

HW6_Solutions
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Solutions Manual 812 Problem 6.8 All members of the truss have the same length. Determine the force supported by members CE and DF if P D 1 kN, Q D 2 kN, and R D 3 kN. Solution The FBD for the entire truss is shown at the right, where each truss member ha

HW4_Solutions
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Solutions Manual 482 Problem 4.12 Frame ABC has a frictionless pulley at C around which a cable is wrapped. Determine the resultant moment about point A produced by the cable forces if W D 5 kN and (a) D 0 . (b) D 90 . (c) D 30 . Solution Part (a) T D W D

HW5_Solutions
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632 Solutions Manual Problem 5.4 An escalator is driven by a chain connected to point A that supports a force F . The rollers at points A and B have frictionless bearings and ride in a loosetting track. If a person weighing 200 lb is being lifted at a ste

HW7_Solutions
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Statics 2e 975 Problem 7.6 For the area shown, use composite shapes to determine the x and y positions of the centroid. Solution To determine the location of the centroid, we use the four composite shapes shown, where shapes 3 and 4 have negative area. Re

HW8_Solutions
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Solutions Manual 1334 Problem 9.2 A worker applies the force described below to push a box that weighs 40 lb with center of gravity at point G. The surface between the box and ramp has coefcient of friction s D k D 0:25. Determine the normal force and fri

HW9_Solutions
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Statics 2e 1445 Problem 10.3 For the rectangular shape shown, determine the moments of inertia Ix and Iy . Solution To determine the moment of inertia Ix , we will carry out integration with respect to y using the area element shown. dA D bdy Z Ix D and y

HW2_Solutions
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Solutions Manual 38 Problem 2.2 E Add the two vectors shown to form a resultant vector R, and report your result using polar vector representation. Solution Part (a) The vector polygon shown at the right corresponds to the addition of E the two position v

Answers_for_7.85
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HW_Chapter_1
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TOPIC SECTION Newton's Laws of Motion; Force 1.31.4 Units; Unit Conversions; Newton's Law of Gravitation 1.51.6 1.4 1.12 1.18 1.24 1.26 1.28

HW1_Solutions
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Statics 2e 9 Problem 1.4 Convert the numbers given in U.S. Customary units to the corresponding SI units indicated. (a) Length: Convert l D 45:6 ft to m. (b) Mass: Convert m D 6:36 104 slug to kg. (c) Force (weight): Convert F D 22:1 kip to kN. (d) Moment

HW_Section_5.4
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TOPIC SECTION Cables, pulleys, springs, superposition; supports & fixity; equilibrium of bodies in three dimensions 5.4 5.103 a & b. Answers to b: Bx = 266.7 N, T = 566.7 N, By = 0; Mbx = 60,000 Nmm, Mby = 80,002 Nmm 5.113 (Hint: Summa Fy = 0) F = 500 N;

HW_Section_9.3
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TOPIC Belts and cables contacting cylindrical surfaces 9.52 9.55 (T2 = 240.5 lbs) ; Full wrap makes beta = pi/2 + 2pi 9.58 SECTION 9.3

HW_Section_10.3
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TOPIC Mass moment of inertia; radius of gyration SECTION 10.3 10.77 10.78 10.79 10.82

HW_Section_10.2
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TOPIC Parallel axis theorem in integration; for composite shapes SECTION 10.2 10.28 Use Parallel Axis Theorem 10.30 10.32

HW_Section_10.1
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TOPIC Area moments of inertia; radius of gyration SECTION 10.1 10.3 Ix = 7h^3b/3; Iy = 7b^3/3 10.6 10.10 (optional, for fun) 10.18

Sig_Figs___Rounding
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Exam_1_Review_Concepts___Problems
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Concepts Postion vectors, vector addition, subtraction, multiplication Dot Product Cross Product 3Dimensional space  Cartesian representation 3Dimensional space  Polar representation 68 Solutions Manual Problem 2.24 E E Determine the magnitudes of vec

Exam_3_Review_Concepts___Problems
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Concepts : Chapters 6 and 7 Zeroforce members by Inspection Example Problems: 6.26 6.27 (BD, EF) 6.28 6.29 (EF, EH, GH) 6.30 6.31 (BC, EF, EG, DF) 6.32 6.33 (BC, BE, DE, FG, KJ) 6.35 (CD) 6.36 Determinate / Indeterminate Equation Counting Trusses Frames

Exam_2_Review_Concepts___Problems
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Concepts Moments Couples Springs Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Free Body Diagrams Springs, Cables, Pulleys Study Problems: 4.12, 4.22, 4.50, 4.70, 4.74, 4.76, 4.84, 4.94 5.13, 5.30, 5.50, 5.54, 5.67, 5.103 EMCH211Fall2014STATICS ExamII Name_ Instructions: 1

HW_Section_9.2
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TOPIC Problems w/multiple contact surfaces; determination of sliding directions SECTION 9.2 9.32 9.42 9.40 (assume bar CD is thin enough that F2 has negligible moment about point C)

HW_Section_9.1
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TOPIC Friction; Coulomb's law; coefficients of friction; angle of friction 9.2 9.7 (P tipping = 280 N, P sliding = 210 N) 9.18 SECTION 9.1

HW_Section_7.4
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TOPIC Area of a surface of revolution; volume of a solid of revolution SECTION 7.4 7.74 7.85 a,b,c (See word document titled Answers for 7.85) 7.88 7.90

HW_Section_4.4
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TOPIC SECTION Moment of a couple; vector and scalar approach; equivalent couples; couple moment; transmissibility of a force; equivalent force systems; special force systems 4.84 4.87 (Answers: a) M(r) = 600 Nm, b) M(r) = 200 Nm, c) P = 100 N, F = 100 N

HW_Section_5.15.2
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TOPIC Equilibrium of rigid bodies in two dimensions; free body diagrams; gears SECTION 5.15.2 5.4 5.13; W = 19200 N, d = 748mm 5.17; Gx = 0; Ay = 2.833 kN, Gy = 3.167 kN 5.30 5.34

HW_Section_5.3
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TOPIC Cables, pulleys, springs, superposition; supports & fixity; equilibrium of bodies in three dimensions SECTION 5.3 5.50 5.54 5.60 5.67; d = 10.05 mm; T = 515.9 N; Rax = 476.2 N; Fs = 301.6 N

HW_Section_6.1
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TOPIC Truss Structures; method of joints; zeroforce members; typical truss members 6.8 6.24 6.32b 6.34 SECTION Review; 6.1

HW_Section_6.2
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TOPIC Treatment of forces that are not joints; static determinacy and indeterminacy SECTION 6.2 6.42 6.48 6.50 (Use Equation 6.22) 6.52 It may be easier to use both Method of Joints and Method of Sections in the same problem.

HW_Section_7.1
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TOPIC Centroid of an area; centroid of a line; centroid of a volume 7.6 7.9 (ybar = zbar = 0; xbar = 11/28r) 7.12a 7.23 (xbar = 16.44 cm; ybar = 13.16 cm) SECTION 7.1

HW_Section_6.4
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TOPIC Trusses in three dimensions; Frames and Machines; analysis procedure; free body diagrams 6.78 6.85; Ey = 150 N; Gx = 116.7 N 6.92 SECTION 6.36.4

HW_Section_7.2
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TOPIC Area of a surface of revolution; volume of a solid of revolution SECTION 7.2 7.44 7.49 (xbar = 2.18 mm; ybar = 2.49 mm; zbar = 9.42 mm)

HW_Section_7.3
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TOPIC Area of a surface of revolution; volume of a solid of revolution SECTION 7.3 7.61 (V = 12.8 cubic inches, A = 95.74 square inches) 7.63 (V = 1780 cubic mm, A = 1980 square mm) 7.64

Syllabus_EMCH211_Fall_2014
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EMCH 211  Statics Fall 2014 Instructor: Email: Phone: Office Hours: Class Time and Location: Yvonne Trimble yfh100@psu.edu (814) 9495035 1/2 hour after each class period M W 5:30 pm  6:45 pm, 134 Hawthorn Building Textbook: Plesha, Gray and Costanzo, (

5.55
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Statics 2e 689 Problem 5.55 The crane is supported by a pin at point A and a roller at point B. A winch at point C is used to raise and lower loads. The pulleys all have 350 mm radius, and cable segment ED is horizontal. Determine the support reactions if

Exam1Solution
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Exam2StudyGuideS10
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Exam 2 structure and study guide 5 multiple choice questions, each worth 5 points 5 multiple choice questions, each worth 4 points 4 multiple choice questions, each worth 3 points 10 shortanswer questions 1 partial credit question worth 8 points The shor

Understanding_RC_CircuitsTemplate
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Understanding RC Circuits Name: Jordon Weber Name: _ Name: _ Date: 3/23/10 Lab Sect.: 02 Lab Instructor: _ Lab Activity 1: Charging and Discharging of RC Circuit Q1. Sketch (qualitatively) below the time variation of the measured voltage across the capaci

Exam2Spring2006Solution
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Sample_Exam_1_question_solutions
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Sample_exam_2_question_solutions
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Dclab
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DC Circuits Name: _ Name: _ Name: _ Date: _ Lab Sect.: _ Lab Instructor: _ Unplug the batteries anytime you're not taking a measurement. Before starting the lab, check that both bulbs are screwed into the sockets. Lab Activity 1: A singleloop circuit and

Electric_Fields_and_Electric_PotentialTemplate
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Electric Fields and Electric Potential Name: Daquan Sisco_ Name: _ Name: _ Date: _1/10/09_ Lab Sect.: _ Lab Instructor: _ Lab Activity 1: Visualizing the electric potential created by a dipole (Warning: If you are using the lab template, you will need to

Electric_Fields_and_SuperpositionTemplate
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Electric Fields and Superposition Name: _ Name: _ Name: _ Date: _ Lab Sect.: _ Lab Instructor: _ Lab Activity 1: Electric Field From A Collection of Point Charges (Warning: If you are using the lab template, you will need to save your figures to the deskt

Lastfuckinlab
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The Oscilloscope and AC Circuits Name: Jordon Weber Name: _ Name: _ Date: 4/20/2010 Lab Sect.: 02 Lab Instructor: _ Lab Activity 1: Using the oscilloscope as a DC voltmenter Q1. Write down the readings you obtained above. volts/div Single battery vertical

Magnetic_Fields_and_Electric_CurrentTemplate
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Magnetic Fields and Electric Current Name: Jordon Weber Name: _ Name: _ Date: 4/5/10 Lab Sect: 02 Lab Instructor: _ Lab Activity 1: Measuring the chargetomass ratio for electrons Accelerating voltage V: 200 V Q1. Why do the electrons follow a circular p

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EMch_11_Exam_1_Fall_2007_solution
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Name _ Score (out of 100%) E MCH 11 : Statics EXAM 1 Score (out of 225 points) October 16, 2007 INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Read the problems carefully ! Check off your section number 10:10 11:00 am 1 Daniel / Dr. Masters 2 Steve / Dr. Masters 3 Myo / Dr. Masters 4

Equllibrium Of Rigid Bodies
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Applied Mechanics  Statics Chapter 4 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 4.1 Introduction a body is said to be in equilibrium when the external forces acting on'it from a system of force equivalent is zero the necessary and sufcient conditions for the equilibriu

Final_Exam_Practice_Solutions
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1058 Solutions Manual Problem 7.74 A shelf in a grocery store supports 100 bags of rice, each bag weighing 1 lb. Consider the arrangements shown: (a) The bags are stacked at a uniform height, (b) the bags are stacked twice as high on the righthand side a

Final_Exam_Practice_Problems
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Final Exam Practice Problems and Formula Sheets 7.74  7.79 7.90 9.18  9.19 9.38 9.40  9.42 10.3  10.9 10.28  10.30 10.32 EMCH211Fall2014STATICS FinalExam Name_ Instructions: 1) Readtheproblemscarefully! 2) Yourexamshouldcontain8pages(pluscover);ifsom

Exam_1_Solutions10012014
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EMCH 211Fall 2014 Name Von VI 6 7YVM/C Instructions: Read the problems carefullyll STATICS Exam I Your exam should contain 5 pages (plus cover); if something is missing notify the instructor immediately. Show ALL work in a neat and logical order. Partial

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Quiz_15
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1. Convert 56.0 lb.in to N.m. Soln: 2. The force is acting perpendicular to the inclined plane as shown in the figure. Find if a = 7 cm and b = 10 cm. The dashed line is parallel to the side b of the triangle. Soln: 3. Two forces, Fa and Fb, are acting on

Quiz_611
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Question 1 In the system shown in the figure, F1 = 10 lb, F2 = 12 lb, and M = 13 lbft. First, find the equivalent forcecouple system at point B. What is the resultant couple of this equivalent system? Soln: Question 2 Determine the xcoordinate of an eq

Quiz_1214
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1. The box has a weight of 35 N that acts vertically at its center of gravity G. The table AB can be elevated by applying a force at point D. The operator applies vertical force only. Find this vertical force applied by the operator at D if a = 19 cm and

Formula_Sheet_Exam_1
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Formulas ;where, istheforcesupportedbythespring istheelongationofthespringfromitsunstretchedlength isthespringstiffness(units:force/length) istheinitial(unstretched)springlength isthefinalspringlength