Hard 1Work Pays HIT: A study of students' marks and how they relate to the hours of study put in
was conducted. A sample of BDD students was surveyed and asked to (anonymously) report their
nal mark [out of l] in their introductory statistics class, as we
y Using the method of joints, determine all the zero-force members of
I the Fink roof truss shown in Fig. 613a. Assume all joints are pin
a x 5 kN EXAMPLE 6.4 CONTINUED
Look for joint geometries that have three member
(1) For the truss shown, all joints are pinned. The cross sectional area (in cm2) is underlined next to each
member. Each member is made of steel (E = 20e6 N/cm2). There is no temperature change. All lengths
are in cm.
(1a) Using the direct formulatio
Computing System Fundamentals/Trends +
Review of Performance Evaluation and ISA Design
Computing Element Choices:
General Purpose Processor Generations
The Von Neumann Computer Model
CPU Organization (Design)
Recent Trends in Computer Design/performance
Using HCS12 Parallel I/O Ports to read/write data from external I/O devices
Programming the HCS12 in C
Use your Dragon12-Light or Dragon12-Plus2 Evaluation Board and the CodeWarrior IDE to develop the
following C programs.
Write C program wh
Benefits of Virtual Retailing
"The future belongs to people who see possibilities
before they become obvious."
Susanne L. Gauthier
Rajat Kumar Naik
2440 Camino Ramon
1. Geysers are more common in the western United States because _.
igneous activity has occurred more recently in the western United States
the bedrock in the West is mostly limestone
there is more seismic activity in the West
most aquifers in
Lab 5 Questions
Spontaneous Gait Transitions
1. (a) Do your group's results support the hypothesis that people will
spontaneously change from a walking to a running gait at a certain speed?
The results to our group did support our hypot
Lab Activity 6-1. Assessing Mechanical Efficiency
Name: :I i - '3 4"
Purpose: To learn how to assess mechanical efciency of cycling and stepping.
Reminder: When math is involved, be sure to: 1) show all mathematical work; 2) carry
out the answers of ea
Lab Activity 8-1: Tests of Pulmonary Function
Name: g Q 53 \_z"
Purpose: To learn how to assess pulmonary inction.
1. Choose a member of your group to serve as the subject. He/she must be at low risk
for cardiovascular disease (based on h
Lab Activity 5-1: Measurement and Estimation of Energy
Expenditure at Rest
Purposes: To learn how to: 1) measure resting energy expenditure and estimate basal EE;
and 2) determine the accuracy of equations used to estimate basal EE.
REVIEW OF YOUR
Chapter 5 Meagurement and Estimation ofEnergy
Expenditure During Rest and Physical Activity
Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE)
is comprised of what components? 6/ 10/ 2014
Basal Metabolic Rate BMR)
.' What is BMR?
Lab ActivityjiMeasuremcnt and Estimation of Energy Expenditure during
Selected Ac ivities
Purposes: To learn how to: l } measure EE during walking and jogging: and 2] determine the
accuracy ofmctaboiie equations used to estimate El
Lab Activity 9-1: The Bruce Maximal Exercise Test
Purpose: To learn how to administer the Bruce treadmill test in order to: 1) measure and
estimate VOzmax; and 2) classify level of cardiorespiratory tness based on VOzmax.
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Lab Actiyity 2-1: One-day Diet ry Recall and Analysis ,. , - '-
Purposes: To learn how to: 1) analyze dietary intake. and 3) make sound dietary
Chapter 3 Evaluation of Anaerobic Power & Capacity
Review of Your Readings
Energy (in the form of ATP) is generated from:
ATP-PCr Energy System
Produces ATP during . This energy system utilizes:
The ATP-PCr energy system fuels all-out maximal ef
HA 4315: Class 18
Statistical Thinking and Use of Data Data and Sampling
Understand the basic concepts behind statistical thinking and utilizing data sets properly. Relate the use of statistical methods to the QI process effect
HA 4315: Class 26
Statistical Thinking and Control Charts Click to edit Master subtitle style Measuring Process Capacity
Statistical and Control Chart Thinking Case review: absenteeism at Jim
Summers first healthcare management job.
HJudgment based only on facts may be viewing the future A4315:Class24
through a rear view window. - Ray E. Brown, Healthcare Administrator and Professor
Course Objectives: 1. Describe two methods used to identify common/special cause variation within a d
Chapter 9: (VO2max)
Review of Your Readings: Oxygen Consumption Measurement of Maximal
Click to edit Master subtitle style
Is also known as _ Is related to ones ability to deliver and use oxygen during what kinds of activities?
Review of Your Readings:
Chapter 6 Mechanical Efficiency and Click to edit Master subtitle style Movement Economy
What is the 1st Law of Thermodynamics?
During exercise, chemical energy stored within the bonds of macronutrients are converted to what forms
Review of Your Readings
Click to edit Master subtitle style Ch. 4: Measurement of Energy
Why measure Energy Expenditure (EE)?
By measuring or estimating EE, health and fitness professionals will be able to:
2) 3) 4)
Prescribe appropriate _ and _ exerci
Welcome to Applied Laboratory in Exercise Physiology
PE 3117 edit Master subtitle style Click to
Important Elements of the Syllabus
Instructor: Ty Palmer Course Evaluation:
Attendance is mandatory. Participation is r equired. Post- lab quizzes wil
REVIEW OF YOUR READINGS:
Chapter 8: Pulmonary Function
The Air that we Breath
Is the atmospheric air that we breath comprised of only oxygen? So what are the gases that make up the air in our atmosphere?
Tests of pulmonary function involve: Measurement of
Review of Your Readings:
Chapter 5 Master subtitle style Click to edit Measurement and Estimation of Energy Expenditure During Rest and Physical Activity
Using Metabolic Equations to estimating EE
Table 5-1: The American College of Sports M