Fluid Fitting Process Control
Implementation:
ShurLok Company
Advisor: Dr. Fallah Fini
Shelby Heranic Brandon Johnson
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Objective: Document & Impl
CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA
Physics 13307
Spring 2016
TTh 5:306:45
Text: Halliday, Resnick, Walker 10th ed
Email: [email protected]
Instructor: David Mylander
Office 8221 ext 4025
Office Hours: TTh 10:0012:00
In Physics 133 we will
Math 105, Winter 2016
Test 3, Chapter 15
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 10 points each. Box your final answer.
1. A table of values is given for the function f(x, y) on the square R 0, 4 2, 4. Use the upper right corners with
m n 4 to es
Math 105, Summer 2015
Test 4, Chapter 15
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 11 points each unless indicated
otherwise. Box your final answer.
1. Evaluate the double integral
1 1
3
e y dydx.
0
x
2
4 x2
2. Evaluate the double integral
0
0
ln x
Math 105, Winter 2016
Test 4, Chapter 16
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 12 points each unless indicated otherwise. Box your
final answer.
1. Find the work done by the force field F x, y xy, x 2 in moving an object along
x y3 from 0, 0 to
Math 105, Summer 2015
Test 3 Chapter 14, 15.1, 15.2
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1.
Show that every normal line to the sphere
2.
(12 points) Use the definition of differ
Math 105, Summer 2015
Test 5, Chapter 16
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 12 points each unless indicated otherwise. Box your
final answer.
1. Evaluate
C
and C is the curve
r r where r
r
F dr
F x, y, z x 2 y, y, yz
r t t , t 2 , t 3 , 0 t
Math 105, Winter 2016
Test 2, 13.4 & Chapter 14
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final answer.
1. Given the position function r (t ) t ln t , t, et
a) Find the velocity, acceleration, and
Midterm F16
Mr. W.O. Griffith
Math 224
Name: _
Score: _ / 150
Read all instructions carefully. Show all necessary work to fully answer each of the following
to the best of your ability. Points as indicated. Good Luck!
1) (20 points) Solve the initial valu
MTE 207 Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Exam 01 Review
Problem #1.
Gold has an atomic radius of 0.144 nm. Based on its density (19.3 g/cm 3) does it have an FCC or
BCC structure?
Since
=
=
,
we can find
=
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=
(. )
[(. )/]
=
(. )
[(. )/]
Physics 133
Electricity & Magnetism
Class #2
Todays Concepts:
A) Coulombs Law
B) Superposi<on
Physics 133
Attendance Quiz
Are you here today?
Here!
(a) yes
(b) no
(c) are we still here?
Physics 133
Electricity & Magne<sm Class 1, Sli
Physics 133
Electricity & Magnetism
Class 6
Todays Concept:
Electric Poten5al Energy
Physics 133
Attendance Quiz
Are you here today?
Here!
(a) yes
(b) no
(c) after that midterm?
Physics 133
Electricity & Magnetism Class 6, Slide 2
Your Comments
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
Second HalfPeriod Exam
Spring 2011
Name
Time limit: 30 minutes
Please remove your hat and turn off and put away all communication devices.
You may use two sheets of notes (8 x 11, both sides).
Perform all of your work on separate, blank s
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
First HalfPeriod Exam
Spring 2011
Name
Time limit: 30 minutes
Please remove your hat and turn off and put away all communication devices.
You may use one sheet of notes (8 x 11, both sides). Please staple it to the back of this exam when y
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Final Solutions
Physics 133
a)
" !10 C 20 C % 1.35 MV
VA = k $
+
=
# 4.0 cm 5.0 cm '
&
b)
1.
Spring 2010
" !10 C 20 C %
VB = k $
+
= 2.70 MV
# 5.0 cm 4.0 cm '
&
W = q!V = q (VB " VA ) = ( "3.0 C ) (1.35 MV) = !4.05 J
c)
" 10 C
!
20 C " 3
4 %
E = k$
x + y
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
Problem Set #1 Guide and Answers
Professor Mallinckrodt
Please note that (except where otherwise noted) these are decidedly not intended to model good solutions; you would need to add figures and lots of words of explanation. They are intended
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
Problem Set #2 Guide and Answers
Professor Mallinckrodt
Please note that (except where otherwise noted) these are decidedly not intended to model good solutions; you would need
to add figures and lots of words of explanation. They are intended
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
Problem Set #3
Professor Mallinckrodt
Note: You should always work though the relevant examples in the text before attempting the homework problems. You may also want to work out some of the odd black end of the chapter problems which are gene
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Physics 133
Problem Set #3 Guide and Answers
Professor Mallinckrodt
Please note that (except where otherwise noted) these are decidedly not intended to model "good" solutions; you would need to add figures and lots of words of explanation. They are intend
Third quarter of a three quarter, calculusbased, introductory physics
PHY 133

Spring 2011
Problem Set #4
Physics 133
Professor Mallinckrodt
Note: You should always work though the relevant examples in the text before attempting the homework problems. You
may also want to work out some of the oddnumbered end of chapter problems which have answ