PROBABILITY
EV = PxV+PxV+PxV
+.
Continuous A = Pe^(APR x y)
Compound A = P(1+APR)^(n x y)
n
A = PMT (1+APR/n)^(n x y)-1)
(APR/n)
C=
n!
r!(n-r)!
P=
n!
(n-r)!
PMT =
P(E)=
n(E)
n(S)
LOAN PMT =
P(A|B)=P(BA)
P(B)
P(A
B)=P(A)+P(B)-P(A B)
P(E)+P(E)=1
ODDS
P(E)
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Number of Candy Bars per
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Total Utility
1
40
2
75
3
100
4
115
5
Number of Hot Dogs per
day
Marginal Utility
35
5
Total Utility
1
30
2
54
Marginal Utility
3
72
4
84
5
120
6
1.
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CHAPTER OUTLINE
Background
Stress/Strain Concentrations
S-N Approach for Notched Members
Strain-Life Approach for Notched Members
App
Buckling
Buckling
Buckling
Buckling
Example 1
Example 1-Solution
Example 1-Solution
Example 1-Solution
Example 2
Example 2-Solution
Column having various types of supports
Column having various types of supports
Example 3
Example 3-Solution
Example 3-Solu
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Exercise 1-Solution
Exercise 1-Solution
Exercise 2
A cast-iron machine part is acted upon by a
3 kN-m couple. Knowing E= 165 GPa and
neglecting the effects of fillets, determine
the maximum tensile and compressive
stresses
Exercise 2-Solution
E
Stress Concentration Factors and
Notch Sensitivity
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full field stress distribution in a photoelastic
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Centroid of an asymmetry cross-section (Centroid of a Composite Area.Pdf located in
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i: index 1,2,3, Ai: Area of sub-section, yi : Distance from centroid
Formula Sheet
Equations of Equilibrium
Maximum Bending Stress
Centroid of an asymmetry cross-section (Centroid of a Composite Area.Pdf located in
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i: index 1,2,3, Ai: Area of sub-section, yi : Distance from centroid
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sample mean
sample stdev
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population size
population mean
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)(rt
n-l
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Interquartile range: IQR
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xi
n
Range = Max Min
Sample Mean: x
=
Lower Limit = Q1 1.5IQR
Sample Standard Deviation:
s
r
(xi x
)2
x2i (xi )2 /n
s=
=
n1
n1
Upper Limit = Q3 + 1.5IQR
xi
Population Mean: =
N
Populatio
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Did the experimental drug cure a certain type of skin cancer?
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