1.
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2. The cliff divers of Acapulco push off horizontally from rock platforms about 35m above the water, but
they must clear rocky outcrops at water level that extend out into the water a
CS 14001 Introduction to Computer Science
Lab Assignment #2
Thursday, 10/23/2014
For this lab, students will work in pairs. If questions arise, try to answer them within the pair
before turning to an
1.
Giancoli 3.61
2. The cliff divers of Acapulco push off horizontally from rock platforms about 35m above the water, but
they must clear rocky outcrops at water level that extend out into the water a
CS 14001 Introduction to Computer Science
Lab Assignment #3
Tuesday, 11/18/2014
For this lab, students will work in pairs. If questions arise, try to answer them within the pair
before turning to ano
Homework Assignment #1
The central components of our nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The
two of these elements in our body are complementary to each other, such that all body
CS 14001 Introduction to Computer Science
Lab Assignment #4
Thursday, 12/4/2014
For this lab, students will work in pairs. If questions arise, try to answer them within the pair before
turning to ano
Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion
Introduction:
In simple kinematical systems, kinematic equations may be used to determine accelerations of
changing velocities or constant velocities which has no a
Second quarter Physics of Electric and Magnetic Phenomena
PHY 315

Spring 2013
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you unsatisfied with the average monotonous life? Do you want to try something
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Second quarter Physics of Electric and Magnetic Phenomena
PHY 315

Spring 2013
PreLab questions
1. What type of mixture(s), homogeneous or heterogeneous, will be separated in
this experiment? Classify and describe the detail of the mixture(s).
In this experiment, well be combin
Second quarter Physics of Electric and Magnetic Phenomena
PHY 315

Spring 2013
1. Think about the pencildropping activity that you did in the introduction. What did the target
finally look like? (2 points)
The target when I did the pencil dropping activity looked super messed u
Second quarter Physics of Electric and Magnetic Phenomena
PHY 315

Spring 2013
subatomic particle: electron
date of discovery: 1897
description of particle: very small, negatively charged particles that are indeed fundamental parts of
every atom
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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
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 dy
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
Math 105, Summer 2015
Test 3 Chapter 14, 15.1, 15.2
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 13 points each unless indicated otherwise. Box your final answer.
1.
Show that every normal line to
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
Math 105, Winter 2016
Test 2, 13.4 & Chapter 14
Show all work in a Blue Book. Problems are worth 9 points each unless indicated otherwise. Box your
final answer.
1. Given the position function r (t )
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 indi
Fluid Fitting Process Control
Implementation:
ShurLok Company
Advisor: Dr. Fallah Fini
Shelby Heranic Brandon Johnson
Overview
Project Description
Background
Scope
Relevant Courses
Plan of Attack
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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
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FundHumanFactEn
Matt Berninghaus
Partners: Patrick Cook and Chase Broersma
Horst: Section 11
Sound Resonance in Air Columns
Objective: Find the different nodes of the wave and observe how wavelength and velocity are
Matt Berninghaus
Partners: Patrick Cook and Chase Broersma
Horst: Section 11
Temperature and Thermometer Lab
Objective: The objective of this lab was to see how different temperatures affect pressure
Matt Berninghaus
Partners: Patrick Cook and Chase Broersma
Horst: Section 11
Refraction of Light Lab
Objective: The objective of this lab was to change the angle that a beam of light passes through
a
Matt Berninghaus
Partners: Patrick Cook and Chase Broersma
Horst: Section 11
Vibrating Strings Lab
Objective: The purpose of this experiment was to find the proper frequency for a certain node
number
Matt Berninghaus
Partners: Patrick Cook and Chase Broersma
Horst: Section 11
Thin Lens Lab
Objective: The objective of this lab was to find the focal length of a converging lens using a
distant light