01/23/13 Homework Assignment: Due 01/25/13 at 5:00 PM
(Each problem is worth 5 points)
(1) In Europe, gas consumption by cars is measured in liters consumed per 100 kilometers
travelled. How many miles per gallon does your car get if it consumes 10 liters
PHSX 201/211 Extra Credit Assignment
(160 points maximum)
For this extra credit assignment, there are two available options. You may choose whichever one you feel is
more interesting but you may not do both for double credit. The final deadline for turnin
PHSX 213: Final Exam
(1) A particle of mass m is moving with a velocity given by the equation
Where and n are constants. Assume that x(t = 0) = 0. What is the equation for the time
dependence of the net force that acts on the particle? That is, what is F(
PHSX 213: Homework Assignment #1
This assignment is due on 08/29/12
(1) A car starts from rest and accelerates at a constant rate travelling a distance of 100 m in 5 s.
What is the speed of the car after it has travelled this distance?
(2) You are driving
PHSX 213: Homework Assignment #12
This assignment is due on 11/16/12
(1) A point mass M is held fixed in place. A second point mass m is released a distance r0
away. How long until the mass m collides with the mass M?
HINT: this integral will likely be he
HW 2
40 points
Name: Cole Lindsey
1. Write two overloaded functions named maximum. The first function should have two
integer arguments and the second function should have three integer arguments. Both
functions should return the maximum of their argument
Spring 2013
PHSX 201/211: General Physics I
Lecture Information
MWF 2:00 to 2:50
110 Budig
Optional Discussion Session
Tuesdays 2:30 to 3:45
1001 Malott
Instructor Contact Information
Office: 2056A Malott Hall
Office hours: MWF 3:00 to 4:00 and by appoint
Name: _
KUID: _
EECS 138 Homework 1
40 points total
1. Is the following if statement entered? (T/F) (1 point)
int x=5;
if (2<x<7)
cfw_
/code here
2. What is the difference between the two forms of the + operator (e.g. x+ and +x)? (3
points)
3. What does
First Last
Date (Day Month Year)
English 209
McKenzie-Barvick
Full Citation for Critical Article in MLA format.
Summary: Give a brief summary of the critics main idea, argument, and purpose. You should
focus on their primary thesis, but may also mention o
Allie McKenzie-Barvick
14 March 2013
English 209
McKenzie-Barvick
Morrison, Toni. Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination. Cambridge:
Harvard UP, 1992.
Summary: In this excerpt from Toni Morrisons Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the
SCHEDULE OF TOPICS AND ASSIGNMENTS
R, Feb 21 NO CLASS SNOW DAY
For Tues: read Austen, Vol. II. Ch 6 -14 (pgs. 130-191); Wood, Narrating (Blackboard)
and Hough Types of Discourse in Austen (Blackboard)
T, Feb 26 Austen and Narrative Style; Overview of Clos
PHSX 214 Solution # 1
1. The fact that the spheres are identical allows us to conclude that when two spheres are in
contact, they share equal charge. Therefore, when a charged sphere (q) touches an uncharged
one, they will (fairly quickly) each attain hal
Translational and Rotational Kinematics
The definitions of the instantaneous velocity and acceleration
The kinematic equations for 1-dimensional motion with constant
acceleration. N.B., these equations are valid only if the acceleration
is constant.
Gener
PHSX 213: Exam 2
(1) A 5 kg block is being pushed along a horizontal surface as shown in the figure below. What
is the magnitude of the acceleration of the 5 kg block if the coefficient of kinetic friction is
between the 5 kg block and surface is 0.15?
We
Translational and Rotational Kinematics
The definitions of the instantaneous velocity and acceleration
The kinematic equations for 1-dimensional motion with constant
acceleration. N.B., these equations are valid only if the acceleration
is constant.
Gener
01/25/13 Homework Assignment: Due 01/28/13 at 5:00 PM
(Each problem is worth 5 points)
(1) Find the vector that satisfies the equation
(2) Given the following vectors
Determine the magnitude of
(3) What angle (in degrees) does the following vector make wi
03/25/13 Homework Assignment: Due 03/27/13 at 7:00 PM
(Each problem is worth 5 points)
(1) Katie and Emily are riding on a circular merry-go-round that has a radius of r m. Katie is on
a horse that is k m from the center of merry-go-round and Emily is on
PHIL 140
Final Exam Study Guide
Fall 2012
On the exam, you will be asked to write essays in response to three questions. We are
not looking for a list of the ideas and terms youve memorized; rather, we are looking for
youre ability to use the ideas and te
ZORK I: THE GREAT UNDERGROUND EMPIRE DATA: VERSION 1.0
West of House
You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front
door.
[A secret path leads southwest into the forest.]
SMALL MAILBOX
North of House
You are facing the north
Dear All,
Welcome to PHSX 201/211! The syllabus and tentative schedule for the first part of the
course can be found on Blackboard. This includes all the material that we covered at
the beginning of class today. I have also posted the formula sheet that y
Name: _
KUID: _
EECS 138 Homework 1
40 points total
1. Is the following if statement entered? (T/F) (1 point)
int x=5;
if (2<x<7)
cfw_
/code here
False. Its not proper way of writing a condition(String Inequalities).
2. What is the difference between the
ENGL 209
McKenzie-Barvick
Assignment Overview for Micro Papers
Micro Papers are analyses in miniature, offering students an opportunity to practice their critical
thinking and analytical writing on a small scale. Micro Papers, though short, should still b
ENGL 209
McKenzie-Barvick
Close Reading Assignment Austens Sense and Sensibility
For our first longer paper (4-5 full pages), you will perform a close reading of a passage from
Jane Austens Sense and Sensibility, speaking to the relevance of the passage b
Reviewer:
ENGL 209
Author:
ROUGH DRAFT PEER REVIEW CRITICAL ANALYSIS
Before you begin: Review the paper prompt, reminding yourself of the goals of the assignment. As you read, mark
up the paper. Look for places in the essay where the author should elabora
EECS 138 Project 5 Spring 2013
Due: 5/9/2013
Objectives:
To gain experience with strings, file I/O, classes, and operator overloading.
Description:
For this project we are going to simulate a library.
You need to create a class called Book, which has the