Week 5, Lecture 1
ESP I Lecture Outline
Make sure you look at the case study for this week: Counting Drift Invertebrates. I recommend having
a copy of the case study with you during lecture (either on paper or electronically) to help you answer
the Top Ha
Suggested Problems for Study in CIV100F 2016/17
Recommendation of these problems should in no way prevent students from selecting and solving additional problems.
However, these selections are within the coverage that is outlined in the initial course con
ASSIGNMENT # 3 solution
CIV100- MECHANICS
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Rules: Draw a FBD for each problem; Use 3 Significant digits (two decimal points for angles); Always Express vectors in i, j, k terms.
Question 9
Find the reaction
ASSIGNMENT # 1 SOLUTION
CIV100- MECHANICS 2010-2011
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Rules: Draw a FBD for each problem; Use 3 Significant digits (two decimal points for angles); Always Express vectors in i, j, k terms.
Question 1
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APS 110 Problem Set #2
September 22, 2016
1. Define the following:
(a) Interatomic spacing
(b) Binding energy
2. Draw an interatomic force-distance curve for two materials of low modulus and high
modulus and label the figure ind
ASSIGNMENT # 2 SOLUTION
CIV100- MECHANICS 2010-2011
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Rules: Draw a FBD for each problem; Use 3 Significant digits (two decimal points for angles); Always Express vectors in i, j, k terms.
Question 5
A force
Solutions to MAT188H1F - Linear Algebra - Fall 2014
Term Test 1 - September 30, 2014
Time allotted: 100 minutes.
Aids permitted: Casio FX-991 or Sharp EL-520 calculator.
This test consists of 8 questions. Each question is worth 10 marks.
Total Marks: 80
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