Math 12 Transformations
Example 1: Combining Stretches and Reflections
1.
Identify each parameter in the general transformation equation: y = af[b(x
- h)] + k.
2.
a is the vertical stretch factor.
3.
b is the reciprocal of the horizontal stretch factor.
4
Control Engineering Written Notes:
Chapter 1 Measurement Systems:
A system can be defined as an arrangement of parts within some boundary which work
together to provide some form of output from a specified input or inputs.
A useful way of representing a s
What is modelling?
A way of determining the relationship between different variables so multiple solutions can
be found.
For example: If you know the relationship between the speed of flow down a pipe and the
diameter of the pipe, you can look at both tho
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Engineering Management 1 Exam Notes:
Sustainability (7 marks)
Sustainability A companys ability to achieve its business goals and increase long-term
shareholder value by integrating economic, environmental and social opportunities into its
business strate
Chapter 16 Helical, Bevel, and Worm Gears
Chapter 17 Shafts
Shafts are components that are most often round in cross sectional area that rotates
and transmits power.
Shafts can be subjected to various combinations of axial, bending and torsional loads.
Major Achievements in Australia:
First Project in Australia in 1972; The Australia Overland Telegraph Line:
A huge project at the time; a 2700 km line that spanded from Adelaide to
Darwin, and connected Australia to itself and with the world.
Siemens and
Math12SolvingTrigonometry
Example 1 Solve
.
Solution
Theres really not a whole lot to do in solving this kind of trig equation. All we need to
do is divide both sides by 2 and the go to the unit circle.
So, we are looking for all the values of t for which
Swinburne University of Technology
Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
MEE30003
Machine Design
Question 1 15 Marks
Consider rider on a typical bicycle pedalling up a hill. Specifically, the case when the cyclist is using
their body weight alone
1. Introduction
The report in front of you presents a design of an acrylic gearbox thats aim was to pull a 10-kilogram mass up a 45degree ramp, which is 1-meter long. The whole design had to be made out of an A3 sheet of acrylic which had a
recorded width