Dianne Patricia B. Evardone
Prof. E. Avila
BSA II-3
April 30, 2013
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Dear Miss Wilson:
Thank you for your interest regarding the FG Pasdqweqweogram at the Commerce
Hotel. We are delighted to hear that the people at Bothers Electric are thinking about join
Analysis
Centripetal force is the force which makes an object follow a circular path with a radius r
instead of following a straight path. In this experiment different theories were proved. In the first
part of the experiment, we used a constant weight of
Analysis
In the first part of Experiment 102, we determined the average velocity of the cart with a
picket fence with different displacements. In all trials, we have recorded an increasing amount
time taken by the cart to pass through one photogate to ano
Module 12
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
[ ]
1 2
4 3
1. Find the characteristic equation of A =
(
I A) =
det(
[
1
4
2
3
]
I A) = (-1)(-3) 8
det(
= 2 - 4 + 3 8
I A) = 2 - 4 - 5
Therefore, the characteristic equation is 2 - 4 5 = 0.
[
2. Find the character
Analysis
The first part of the experiment is about getting the average initial velocity of the ball
when launched with the launcher. We computed an average initial velocity of 3.5339 m/s with 5
trials and a time of travel equal to 0.2259s.
Next, we determ
Analysis
In the first part of Experiment 102, we determined the average velocity of the cart with a
picket fence with different displacements. In all trials, we have recorded an increasing amount
time taken by the cart to pass through one photogate to ano
PROBLEM SET IN NEWTONS SECOND LAW OF MOTION
1.
In the figures below left, the hanging weight w is
in each segment of the rope.
100 N. Find the tension
2. In the figure above right, find the tension T in the cable and the force F in the
rod.
3. A 0.22 rifl
Saylon, Kyle Zandrex A.
Math 23-1 / B2
1. What is the cross product of
A.
17 i+5 j+ 9 k
B.
17 i5 j9 k
2. What is the dot product of
A.
115 i45 j+ 29 k
B.
115 i+ 45 j29 k
Project
ChE- 2
Vectors
A=2i+5 jk and B=i+ 2 j+3 k ?
C. 2 i+10 j3 k
D. 2i 10 j+ 3 k
A=
Andra, Chester Kenneth A.
September 14,
2016
CHE-2
Prof. Ariziel Ruth Marquez
Itineraries: STEEL ASIA Manufacturing Corporation, located in Meycauayan, Bulacan
NATURES SPRING WATER, located in Guiguinto, Bulacan
Introduction
Steel Asia Manufacturing Corpo
Analysis
In the first part of the experiment, the direct relationship between the normal force and
the frictional force was observed. The following coefficients of friction for each trial 0.1771,
0.1714, 0.1734, 0.1751, 0.1705, and 0.1827, was computed by
PHY10 PROBLEM SET: Circular Motion
1. A 50.0-g mass is tied at the end of a 1.00-m long string and is whirled
in a horizontal circle. (a) If the string is horizontal and is moving at a
rate of 5.00 rev/s, what is the tension in the string? (b) What is the
Analysis
In the first part of the experiment, the direct relationship between the normal force and
the frictional force was observed. The following coefficients of friction for each trial 0.1771,
0.1714, 0.1734, 0.1751, 0.1705, and 0.1827, was computed by
CHM111
I.
QUIZ NO. 3
1 st QUARTER 2015-2016
Sequential Problem:
1.) Description of the Method. The operational definition of water hardness is the total
concentration of cation in a sample capable of forming insoluble complexes with soap. Although
most di
Saylon, Kyle Zandrex A.
ChE101 B11
Unit Operations
Steel Manufacturing Process
FURNACE
The raw materials are
melted at a temperature
ranging from 1000 degree
Celsius up to 1115 degree
Celsius.
ROLLER STAND
After being melted, it
passes through the roller
Analysis
In Experiment 101, Trial 2 is our best trial. We have 2.5% and 0.64% percentage
error for the resultant force and the angle respectively using the polygon method. On the other
hand, we have 1.44% and 0.16% percentage error for the resultant force
Analysis
The 2nd Law of Motion pertains to the motion of objects for which external forces
acting upon it are unbalanced. In the first part of the experiment, our group recorded
experimental values of 0.3682 m/s2, 0.7046 m/s2, 1.029 m/s2, 1.3005 m/s2, and
choice1= 'Y','y'
while convstr(choice1,'u') = 'Y','y'
%x=poly(0,'x');
x=poly(0,'x');
y=input('Enter the equation of the line => f(x)= ') ;
choice2= 'Y','y'
while convstr(choice2,'u') = 'Y','y'
p=input('Enter a point in the line [x,y]=> f(x)= ') ;
if horne