Chapter 3: Coplanar Force Systems
Dr. Ramzy M. Abumandour
Exercise 2
Part one concurrent force system
Q Two forces act on the hook.
.1 Determine the magnitude of
the resultant force and its
direction measured from the
positive x axis (Analytically
and Gra
Q1 Two forces act on the hook.
Determine the magnitude of
the resultant force and its
direction measured from the
positive x axis (Analytically
and Graphically).
Q2 If the tension in the cable is
400
N,
determine
the
magnitude and direction of
the resulta
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Revision On chapter 2
Part one:
Is y a function of x?
9y-3x-4 =0
Y=f(x); (x,y) = (-1,2), (0,3), (1,4), ( 2, 5)
X=2y2
Part Two:
Find the function values for each function:
G(x)=|x-3|; g(10), g(3), g(-3)
F(x)=
4
if x0
3
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Store Hours Suppose the ratio of the number of hours a video store is open to
the number of daily customers is constant. When the store is open 8 hours, the
number of customers is 92 fewer tha
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A survey was taken to know the number of cars each household owns, 20 people were asked
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1
2
4
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Number of
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The number of games attended by 30 baseball fans last year is listed
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CHAPTER 6
INTERNAL
ANALYSIS
INTERNAL ANALYSIS
Internal analysis is the process of identifying and
evaluating an organizations specific characteristics,
including its:
Resources
Capabilities
Core competencies
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
INTERNAL ANALYSIS- RES
LECTURE 9
THE EXTERNAL
ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
THE FIRMS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT
Industry Environment is the general conditions for competition
that influence all businesses that provide similar products an
LECTURE-4
GENERIC & GRAND
STRATEGIES
QUOTES
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
FROM VISION TO TACTICS
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
GENERIC STRATEGIES
A long-term or grand strategy must be based on a
core idea about how the firm can best compete in
the marketplace. The popular
LECTURE 7
THE EXTERNAL
ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
QUOTES
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
EXTERNAL FACTORS
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
THE FIRMS EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
The factors beyond the control of the firm that influence its
choice of direction
LECTURE-3
BUSINESS VISION &
MISSION
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
QUOTES
Surat Almulk cfw_
"If a man takes no thought about what is distant, he will
find sorrow near at hand. He who will not worry about
what is far off will soon find something worse than
worry. C
LECTURE-5
GENERIC & GRAND
STRATEGIES
QUOTES
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
INTEGRATION STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE GROWTH
OBJECTIVE : HORIZONTAL VERTICAL
CONCENTRIC - CONGLOMERATE
Dr. Mohamed ELHabbal
5- HORIZONTAL ACQUISITION
When a firms long-term strategy is based o