Colligative Properties
Last updated 11/24/2013 - DEG
Overview
This set of activities serves two primary purposes:
1. To guide students towards an understanding of colligative properties and the underlying
thermodynamics involved in freezing point depressi
CAL POLY SLO
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME 212
Keller
Spring 2017
Week #1-3 - Kinematics
MAIN GOALS
By the end of week 3 you should be able to:
1) Quickly and confidently solve rigid body acceleration problems like 15.124
a. Self test: in 30 minute
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
ANOVA conducts a hypothesis test to compare multiple
(more than 2) sample means
Compares means by actually comparing the variance
between the group means to the pooled (average)
variance within groups.
(always the hypotheses)
Hypothesis Test Example
Suppose my boss said he was going to pay me the mean salary for new
college teachers and claimed it was 52,000$. I said thats hogwash it is
much more. He said if you show evidence to support your claim Ill give
you more money.
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Dye/Bleach Kinetics
Last updated 8/3/2015 - Kiste
Overview
This set of activities serves two primary purposes:
1. To guide students toward an understanding of how to experimentally determine a rate law for a
chemical reaction using the initial rate method
Electrolytic Cells
Last updated 11/20/2013 - DEG
Overview
This set of activities serves two primary purposes:
1. To guide students toward an understanding of how to build and electrolytic electrochemical cell
and drive a non-spontaneous reaction with an e
In-Class Assignment 3
STAT-312-
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Battle of the Sexes!
Problem 1: At the beginning of the quarter we did a memory test in which we had 100 seconds
to remember 24 words, after 10 minutes you attempted to recall as many words as possible.
Lets see if w
#1. Determine the smallest distance d to the edge of the plate at which the force P can be applied
so that it produces no compressive stresses in the plate at section aa. The plate has a thickness
of 20mm and P acts along the centerline of this thickness.
Voltaic Cells
Last updated 8/5/2015 GES, Deana Dutton, Nina Shah, Alex Joanis, Camille Villanueva
Overview
This set of activities serves several primary purposes:
1. To instruct students on how to construct electrochemical cells that will produce a voltag
Solubility
Last updated 11/28/2013 - GES
Overview
This activity is designed to allow students to draw conclusions about how ionic and molecular structures
influence their solubilites in water.
The activity is divided up to use over multiple days and there
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21 Jun
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What can I take at a community college to
satisfy a Major/Support course at Cal Poly?
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Calorimetry
Last updated 12/28/2015 - GES
Overview
This set of activities serves several primary purposes:
1. To guide students toward an understanding of how calorimetry is used to determine enthalpy
changes associated with various chemical and physical
Why this all matters
Obviously it is unrealistic to know:
1. The population distribution normal
2. The population mean
3. The population standard deviation
So what was the point of all that?
THE CENTRAL LIMIT THEOREM
Fact: The greatest thing of all time
sp 17 midterm
Student: Zhong Yi Su
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Please follow the following instuctions:
1) Highlight your answer to each M/C question or underline the answer you choose.
2) Please complete in a Word Doc and return to my email at [email protected] If you
do not ha
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Test 2 Prep
1. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) compiles information about employment by
A.determining the average estimate of labor market specialists around the nation.
B.contacting each of the 50 states' Departments of Labor.
C.performing a month
Preparation for Test 1
1. In a competitive market,
A.at the equilibrium price, the total amount of consumer surplus equals the total amount of producer
surplus.
B.buyers cannot control the price, so the consumer surplus is zero.
C.at the equilibrium price
Chapter 9 - GDP
Microeconomics:
Study of how household & firms make choices, how they interact in the
markets, and how the govt attempts to influence their choices
The analysis studies individual markets
Macroeconomics:
Study of the economy as a whole
Pro
MacroEcon Test #3 Prep
1. Fiscal policy involves
A.decreasing the role of the Federal Reserve in the everyday life of the economy.
B.the use of interest rates to influence the level of GDP.
C.the use of tax and spending policies by the government.
D.the u
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
The term economic growth refers to either real economic growth or to per-capita real economic growth.
Real Economic Growth
An increase from one period to the next in real GDP.
Per-Capita Real Economic Growth
An increase fro
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1.Positive: In a positive relationship both variables tend to move in the same direction: If one
variable increases, the other tends to also increase. If one decreases, the other tends to also.
Negative: In a negative relatio
COA-Micro economic final exam.
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1. Factors required for perfect competition.
There are five factors five factors which structure the perfect competition market.
1) All firms must make identical products.
2) All firms are price takers.
Chapter 4
Introduction to the Demand and Supply Framework
Chapter Overview
The demand curve shows the amount of coffee consumers will purchase at various prices if nothing
else changes. It is downward sloping (an inverse relationship ) because:
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