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LAPLACE TRANSFORMATION
Suppose that, f is a real or complex valued function of the variable t > 0 and s is a real or complex
parameter. We define the Laplace transform of f as F(s) = L cfw
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Problem 001
Problem Determine the x and y components of the forces shown below in Fig P-001.
Solution 001
Rectangular Representation
Descriptive Statistics
Arithmetic Mean
Sample mean:
Population mean:
x 1 + x 2+ + x n
X
x =
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n
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Weighted Mean
w x + w x + wn x n
x w = 1 1 2 2
w1 +w 2+ +w n
if n is odd
x
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
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APPLICATIONS OF FIRST ORDER
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
A.
EXPONENTIAL
GROWTH
AND
DECAY
A.
Exponential Growth
Let P be the population of organisms at any time t.
dP
kP
dt
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2
Force Systems and Resultants
2.1. IntroductIon
The study of bodies at rest or in equilibrium under the action of forces requires the concept of force,
moment and couple.
2.2. Force
Force is a vector
ANALYSIS
Physics has a lot of topics to cover. In the previous experiments, we
discussed Forces, Kinematics, and Motions. In this experiment, the focus is
all about Friction. Friction is the force res
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Iona Prep Physics
Laboratory Exercise
A Simple Pendulum
Question: How long should a pendulum be to have a period of 1 second?
To answer this question, you must find out how the rate at which a pendulu
Figures
Fig 1. Image from a Plane Mirror
Fig. 2. The Image Formation of a Spherical Mirror (Concave Mirror)
Analysis
The first part of the experiment is proving whether the Laws of Reflection is true.
Analysis
The third experiment in the laboratory is all about velocity of sound in solid.
Sounds are a transversal wave which can be produced by any vibrating disturbance
in an elastic medium. In this
ANALYSIS
The first experiment in the laboratory is all about Linear Expansion. It is the
tendency of matter to change in length in response to a change in temperature. All
materials, solid, liquid or
ANALYSIS
The fourth experiment in the laboratory is all about Transverse Wave:
Frequency of Vibration. A transverse wave is a moving wave that consists of
oscillations occurring perpendicular to the d
Table 1. Determination of Coefficient of Linear Expansion
Initial Length of Tube, Lo (in mm)
Initial Resistance of Thermistor at Room Temperature, Rrm
Initial Temperture, Trm
Change in Length, L (in m
ANALYSIS
The first experiment in the laboratory is all about Linear Expansion. It is the
tendency of matter to change in length in response to a change in temperature. All
materials, solid, liquid or
ANALYSIS
The fifth experiment in the laboratory is all about Electric Fields and Equipotent
Lines. Electric field lines are drawn around charges to represent the direction as
well as the strength of t
ANALYSIS
The second experiment in the laboratory is all about Heat and Calorimetry. Heat
is one of the forms of energy, heat may be transferred by conduction, convection or
radiation. Heat is the form
ANALYSIS
The fifth experiment in the laboratory is all about Electric Fields and Equipotent
Lines. Electric field lines are drawn around charges to represent the direction as
well as the strength of t
ANALYSIS
The fourth experiment in the laboratory is all about Transverse Wave: Frequency
of Vibration. A transverse wave is a moving wave that consists of oscillations
occurring perpendicular to the d
Interpretation and Analysis
Part A of the experiment gave a visualization of measuring the focal length of the lens where
an object is at infinite, unknown or far distance. We were given two different
ANALYSIS
The second experiment in the laboratory is all about Heat and Calorimetry. Heat
is one of the forms of energy, heat may be transferred by conduction, convection or
radiation. Heat is the form