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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 7
Topics: More on Engineering Problem Solving Algorithms Flowcharts
Problem Solving Logic
Document the steps:
1. Algorithm, using pseudocode 2. Graphic, with the flowchart
Algorithm Defined ALGORITHM an ORDERED

Bio 160 Discussion Homework M1W2
Name:
In your own words, give a clear, succinct summary of the argument(s) made for your
paper. In your summary, be sure to include how the argument supports the claims(s)
made by the authors.
Bring in TWO copies of your T

Lecture Example: Falling Whale
A 130,00kg whale is falling through the air.
-What is its acceleration when its speed is 400m/s?
-What is the maximum speed that it will reach?
Given: Mass= 130,000 kg
= 1.2 3
= 0.55
= 6.6 2
Required: Acceleration when sp

Chris Laborde
Ben Young
Tony Nguyen
Dakota Arritt
Human Power Project
The objective was to build a small electric generator that was is powered by human
hands. Each group was given a small light bulb and given the task to power it by using
magnetism and e

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 6
Topics: 1. EXCEL a. Requested Info on working across sheets b. Review of Creating a macro c. Creating a form. 2. Engineering Problem Solving 3. Probability
Sheet References:
Reference =Sheet2!B17 Description

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EF 105 Spring 2006
Topics
1.Reinforcing the Use of SOLVER 2. Integration with Excel 3. Differentiation with Excel 4. Macros
Microsoft Excel - Solver
B 1 X 2x + 3 y = 4 3x - 5y = 6 2 2x+3y= =2*B1+3*C 4 1 Type data in Excel: 3 3x-5y=6 =3*B1-

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EF 105 Spring 2006
Topics
1.USING SOLVER
2. MAKING Templates 3. Links
4. Scenarios
Working with Revised Annual Forecast.xls
1. USING SOLVER (Pages EX4-6 EX4-9) a) Concept 1: Solver is a tool that is used to perform what-if analysis to de

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EF 105 Spring 2006
EF 105 Computer Methods in Engineering Problem Solving
Lecture 3: Trig Review and Charts
Use of EXCEL
Learning Objectives
Learn more about functions Learn how to use Trigonometry functions Learn to use tables and graphs

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EF 105 Spring 2006
EF 105 Computer Methods in Engineering Problem Solving
Lecture 2: Algebra and Trig Review
Use of EXCEL
Introduction Application
Identify major components of the Excel window
Excel is a computerized spreadsheet, which is

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 13
Major Objectives
1. Review
EXCEL Problem Solving
Approach LOGIC
PowerPoint
Arithmetic Operators
Order of Precedence Rules
Please ()
Excuse ^ My Dear * / Aunt Sally + -
Define functions, and function

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 12
Major Objectives
1. Use the AutoContent Wizard to create a 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
presentation. View and edit a presentation. Save and open a presentation. Delete, move, and insert slides. Size and move placehold

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 11
TOPICS
Use of WORD for Engineering Reports (Review) Other Engineering Uses of WORD Equations Tables Charts Outlines Numbered Lists
Five Categories of Reports
1. Research Reports
State the results of research Sta

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 10
TOPICS
Homework#3 and Numbering Systems Given in Previous Lecture: Binary to Decimal (slides 23-25) Decimal to Binary (slides 27-30) Decimal to Hexadecimal (slides 34-40)
Given in This Lecture: Binary to Hexadecim

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 9
Program Features
All programs include some of the following features: Control structures (sequential, branching, looping) Data structures (arrays, linked lists, objects, etc.) Input/output support Variables Co

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EF 105 Spring 2006 Week 8
Topics Reviewed
Resolution of Duplicate Homework 2
Originator's score: 50% of grade Duplicators' score: 0
Demonstrate to Dr. Jackson the ability to do
problems before Quiz3 and regain points up to score of Ori

Name:
Watch Minute 5-45 at least of the PBS Documentary on discovery of structure of
DNA (link posted on blackboard for students) and bring TYPED answers to the
following questions to the discussion meeting. Some boxes may be left blank.
Name of Scientist