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Swimming pool measurements
55 m long and 43 wide
The depth of the swimming pool will likely to be 1 to 4 meters ,
Therefore the lower bo
Chapter 6 Trusses, Frames and Machines
06-85-111
Engineering Mechanics
Amr El Ragaby, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Windsor
Engineeri
Chapter 4 Force System Resultants
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Engineering Mechanics
Amr El Ragaby, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Windsor
Engineering Me
Chapter 5 Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
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Engineering Mechanics
Amr El Ragaby, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Windsor
Engineerin
Chapter 3 Equilibrium of Particles
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Engineering Mechanics
Amr El Ragaby, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Windsor
Engineering M
06-85-111
Engineering Mechanics
Amr El Ragaby, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Windsor
Fall - 2014
Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 13th Edition
Russell C.
PC141/PC161 Quizzes
You throw a stone vertically
upward with an initial velocity of
20 m/s from a third-story office
window. If the window is 20m
above the ground:
a) Find the time the stone will take
Wilfrid Laurier University
Department of Economics
School of Business & Economics
EC 318 - Section A Natural Resource Economics
Winter 2017
Exam 2 related information is provided in this file.
Time &
Correlation, Covariance, & Pearsons Coefficient
I. Basics:
A. CORRELATION1) A way of describing if two things have a linear trend among each other. In other
words, if one goes up, the other does the s
Slide 1
-Need basic units (length and height and width in metres)
- Mass is matter in Kg,
-mass and weight not same. Mass is same on moon, different is weight which is force.
-Weight higher on earth t
1.4 units analysis.
-Area = length x length (metre^2)
-Volume- length x length x length (metre^3)
-Velocity: change in distance with respect to time. (Metre/ second) moving from point a to door
that c
Lecture 2: Physics 141
z
z
Chapter 1
Review: Units
Review: Dimensional Analysis and Unit Analysis
Review: Unit Conversion
Chapter 2: 11-D Kinematics
Average & instantaneous velocity and accelerati
1) Laura Secord was making solid spherical cannon balls of radius R for General Brock during
the war of 18 12. She placed three of them on her smooth level floor. Each was in contact with
both of the
PC321 Assignment 3
Due in class on Thursday Nov 17, 2011
1. Textbook problem 3.4
2. Textbook problem 3.5
3. Textbook problem 3.7 (a)
4. Textbook problem 3.12
5. Textbook problem 3.13
6. Textbook probl
PC321 Assignment 1
Due in class on Thursday October 6, 2011
The problem numbers refer to the second edition of the course textbook. If you do not
have a textbook, a copy has been placed on reserve in
PC321 Assignment 2
Due in class on Tuesday October 25, 2011
1. Textbook problem 2.4
2. Textbook problem 2.5
3. Textbook problem 2.7
4. Textbook problem 2.34 (a), (b)
5. Textbook problem 2.12
6. Textbo
PC321 Assignment 4
Due in class on Friday Dec 2, 2011
You can look up any integrals you need using a book of integrals or your favourite
mathematical software.
1. Textbook problem 4.5
2. Textbook prob
PC 242 Assignment 2: Solutions
1. An electron moving to the right collides with a positron moving to the left. The two
particles annihilate and produce two gamma ray photons with wavelengths of 0.0011
PC 242 Assignment 1: Due in class on Monday Jan 18, 2016
Instructions: To receive full credit, please explain clearly the steps used to solve each
problem. The reader must be able to follow your logic
PC 242 Assignment 5
1. The nuclear potential that binds protons and neutrons together is often approximated
by a square well with infinite walls. A typical nuclear diameter is 0.0005 Angstroms.
(a) Ca
PC 242 Assignment 5: Due on Monday March 28th, 2016
1. The nuclear potential that binds protons and neutrons together is often approximated
by a square well with infinite walls. A typical nuclear diam
PC 242 Assignment 4
1. Through what potential difference would an electron have to be accelerated to give it a
de Broglie wavelength equal to the diameter of the hydrogen atom? How does the kinetic
en
PC 242 Assignment 2: Due in class on Friday Jan 29, 2016
1. An electron moving to the right collides with a positron moving to the left. The two
particles annihilate and produce two gamma ray photons