3 CONCEPTS
ELEMENT
DRILL
IONS AND
ISOTOPES
OBJECTIVES
describe
an ion and an isotope;
recognize
the importance of ions and
isotopes in our daily lives;
complete
share
the given task; and
your knowledge and insights
about ions and isotopes.
DEFINITION
1
Across
2
1 The lightest inert gas. (6)
3
4
5
7
6
10
5 Alkaline metal in table
salt. (6)
7 Inert gas used to make
bright city lights. (4)
8
9
4 The element we need to
breathe. (6)
11
12
13
8 2nd place in the Olympics.
(6)
10 An important element in
bones
Occurenoes
30
25
20
15
10
Frequency (cm) vs Occurences
less than 94.3 cm between 94.3 and .between 96.8 and .between 99.3 and .between 101.8 and.More than 104.3 cm
- Frequency (cm)
metachart.cnm
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 1
1. Program:
% quadroots2.m
% take inputs for quadratic
% determine roots
%
Author: Vinny Pizzuti
% set greeting
disp('Welcome to QuadSolver for ax^2+bx+c=0')
% recieve inputs
a = input('Please enter value of a: ');
b = inp
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 3
1. It will run values from 3 to 17 counting by four, specifically: 3, 7, 11, and 15.
2. See attached sheet.
3. From 5 to 10, and from 70 to 85 will display None of the above. It will display this for all
integers within th
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 2
1. Code:
% YourAge.m
% ask user's name and age
% display greeting
% classify as young, old, young at heart and display
%
Author: Vincenzo Pizzuti
% ask name/age and display greeting
name=input('Hello, please type your name
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 4
1. The program assigns values for the variables as follows: x=3, xmax=10, delta=2. Then
the program will enact a while loop which will reset a new value of x each loop by adding
the value of delta to it. Delta will also in
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 5
1. Code:
function [small, medium, large] = reorder(a,b,c)
% function that assigns smallest to largest values of a b and c to
% variables small medium and large, respectively
%
Author: Vincenzo Pizzuti
if a<b & a<c & b<c
sm
Vinny Pizzuti
LC Section 11
HW 7
1.
As seen above, the integral tool works exactly as desired. The left and right x bounds
are the only inputs, and they yield the correct integration event. This is achieved by
using a numerical method of integration which
In order to develop an accurate computational model, it was necessary to find all relevant
theoretical values and concepts as well as empirically derive certain coefficients from baseline
data. There are no defining equations for vapor distillation purity
The motivation behind this project was to see if it was possible to build a realistic model
of a column filter and vapor still for the underprivileged populations of third world countries.
The basic idea behind the project was to cleanse samples of water
Tyler Thompson
EG 11112-10
1/31/13
Homework 1
1. Results:
2. Results:
3. Results:
4. See paintingtower.m
5. See derivative.m
6. The two engineering majors that I am currently interested in are civil engineering and
mechanical engineering. I think that wor
Tyler Thompson
9/5/12
Engineering Learning Center- 14
Module #1 Homework #1
1.
The report on paper helicopters had some aspects that were very well done in the
experiment, while others could still use some work. In the experiment the group kept many
thing
Tyler Thompson
EG 11112
Section 10
Homework 8
function TriadF(handles);
% Triad.m
% Play a musical major triad chord
% Set Parameters
duration = get(handles.timeSlider,'Value');
% length of audio
duration, s
add1 = get(handles.tonicBox,'Value');
% adds to
Tyler Thompson
EG 11112-10
Homework 5
1. Script: function [small medium large]=reorder(a,b,c);
% a,b,c are the inputs and the function will reorder them based on
% numerical value
if a>b & a>c
large=a;
if b>c
medium=b;
small=c;
else
small=b;
medium=c;
end
Tyler Thompson
EG 11112-10
Homework 2
1. Your Age Results:
What is your name? Tyler
How old are you? 19
Hello Tyler.
You are young!
What is your name? Tyler
How old are you? 34
Hello Tyler.
You are old
> yourage
What is your name? Tyler
How old are you? 6
Tyler Thompson
EG 11112 Section 10
2/14/13
Homework 3
1.
The loop will run for values of 3,7,11,15
2. See MATLAB script
3. The function will show none of the above for values between 5 and 10 and between 70 and
85.
4. See MATLAB script
5. > guessing
I"m t
Tyler Thompson
9/12/12
Homework 2
Learning Center 14
1.
A.
1. Set condition to awake, set energy to 5 (STORAGE)
2. Wait 10 seconds (OUTPUT)
3. Decrease energy by 1 (OUTPUT)
4. Is energy 0? (DECIDE)
a. Yes- continue to step 5
b. No- repeat steps 2-5
5. Set
EG 10111
Meeting the Customers Wants with a Pet Robot
Tyler Thompson
Section 14
Group 2
September 19, 2012
Building with Legos
Going into the meeting with the 5th graders, our group had no idea what our animal
would be for the pet project. The possibiliti
Tyler Thompson
EG 11111-14
November 14, 2012
Module 2 Homework 8
1.
a. Given- Force on truss, labeled nodes, lengths of two bars
Find- Force applied to each node on the truss and solve for total force on each node
Diagram
Plan- 1. Find forces that act on
Tyler Thompson
Dr. Goodrich
EG 11111- Sec. 14
7 November 2012
Module 2 Homework 7
1. hist(k)
Frequenc y
Frequenc ies of M eas ured K V alues
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0.05
0.15
0.25
0.35
0.45
0.55
S tiffnes s V alue
2. n=length(k);
disp 'Probab
Tyler Thompson
Dr. Goodrich
11111- Learning Center Section 14
26 September 2012
Module 1 Homework 4
1a.
1b.
Figure 1 shows the Front Panel for the LabVIEW calculator. It has two inputs and four
outputs because each of the two inputs is used in four operat
Tyler Thompson
EG 11111
Dr. Goodrich
10/24/12
Module 2 Homework 5
1.
a. State Hookes Law. (Knowledge)
b. Explain how to save a number in MATLAB. (Comprehension)
c. Demonstrate a MATLAB program in which a*b=c and b*c=d and c+d=e.
(Application)
d. What idea