Name:
Quotations 9,1 Paraphrases 1. whether you quote a statement or author, using attributive tags Paraph, it,
you should attribute its content to its the coursePack. What do the numbers at th:-easnd of each line
indicate, - '9,Pbr: ) such as those in th
homework #12
1.
What is the Molarity of a solution made by adding 6.54 g of CaCl2 to water to make a final solution
volume of 213.0 mL?
moles of solute
volume of solution
volume of solution 213.0mL
Molarity(M) =
moles of CaCl2 =
mass of CaCl 2
molar mass
Informative Speech: Develop your Speech
Name: _
My Topic: Nutritional care plan for pneumonia
Specific Purpose of my Informative Speech: At the end of my speech, the audience will be educated on
how to take care of a pneumonia patient.
Do topic and specif
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Problem 1
a.
Probability plot of Reading Speed(wpm)
Normal - 95% CI
99
Mean
StDev
N
AD
P-Value
95
90
208.4
9.383
10
0.332
0.440
Percent
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
5
1
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
Reading Speed (wpm)
C
Problem 2.41
a. Selecting the first connecting rod, (event E1) and without replacement selecting the second
connecting rod, (event E2) make the two events dependent. Probability of two events (E 1 and E2)
is
P( E1andE2 ) P( E1 ) * P( E2 / E1 )
b. Selectin
Figure 1 height in mm
Figure 2 height in inches
Calculated for lambda,
we have
h
H
20.625
2.600473cm / in
7.93125
Error in lambda,
is given by
2.600473 2.54 0.060473
The relative error is given by
E _ relative
error 0.060473
0.023808
actual
2.54
Figure
Technical open house attendance
On Thursday April 14 2016, the Technical Open House hosted senior project presentations. I had a
privilege of attending parts of the fourth session and the twelfth session. I attended three presentations
for session four an
%Calculate the geometric mean
0o not use the prod or sum built-ins
%Do not use the geomean MATLAB built-in
%Make sure to store the mean in the g_mean variable
%@param data - a vector of values used in calculating the geometric mean
%@author Thomas Wilkins
1. Work done by the coil in one minute if conducting the whole minute.
V2
R
1102
P
201.67 Watts = 201.67 J/s
60
1 min = 60 seconds
P
Energy P*t = 201.67 J/s * 60 s = 12.1 kJ
Time that current is on
time
2.
4.68 kJ
12
0.386777
of a minute
12.1 kJ
31
wo
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Question
Ajax Fuels, Inc. is developing a new additive for airplane fuels. The additive is a mixture of three
ingredients: A, B, and C. For
Identify the feasible region for the following set of constraints:
0.5 A 0.25B 30
1A 5 B 250
0.25 A 0.5B 50
A0
B0
Simplifying the equations
2 A B 120
A 5 B 250
A 2 B 200
A0
B0
Assume all inequalities to be equalities
B 2 A 120
1
B A 250
5
1
B A 200
2
A0
B
Answer 4 and 3
3)
Probabilities for parallel subsystems
Feed water pumps
P 1 (1 0.9)(1 0.9)
P 1 0.01 0.99
Boilers
P 1 (1 0.95)(1 0.95)
P 1 0.0025 0.9975
Turbine
P 1 (1 0.85)(1 0.85)
P 0.9775
Generator
P 1 (1 0.99)(1 0.99)
P 0.999
Probabilities for series
3.
a.
Two best sequences of manufacturing process
1. Shape modification
Use sheet metal forming method through bending. Bending is a metal forming process in
which a force is applied to a piece of sheet metal, causing it to bend at an angle and form
the d
1.
a.
Two best sequences of manufacturing process
1. Shape modification
The first step is the shape modification using sand casting.
In the sand casting process, a furnace, metal, pattern, and sand mold are used.
The metal is then melted in the furnace. T
Part 1
The dir command is used to point to the folder of the passport image. The individual image files are
loaded for processing sequential using a for loop using the imread function.
Part 2
Im2bw converts image to binary, the pixels are contented and th
%cfw_
Lab7.m
For this lab, you will be recreating the classic monty hall game. The
game should do the following:
(1) generate a random winning door and store it in the winning_door
variable
(2) Let the user guess a door, and store their choice in the
init
Database fundamentals
Course lecturer: Mr Simon M Karume
Lesson 1: The Value of Data and Databases
Many of the actions you make during the day become data for organizations to use for their own
profit and learning. Using an automated teller machine, filli
Chapter 1-BASIC CONCEPTS
Introduction
Literally speaking, a language is a vehicle of communication amongst human beings.
To communicate, a given procedure is followed which may normally be dictated by grammar.
A computer language is not very different. Co
SMA 2173 CALCULUS II
Problem Set 2
1. Evaluate
a)
0
2
x 1 x dx
c)
d)
cos 4 x sin 2 x dx
3
cos 3 x sin 5 x dx
e 2 x dx
7 x2 4
dx
g) 2
x 4 x 2 1
h)
1
2. If y cosh x show that
2
3x 2 2 x 1
dx
f)
x 1 x 2 1
b)
0
x
e)
cos3 x sin 2 x dx
dy
dx
0
cos 4 x sin
LAB 2: HOOKES LAW AND TENSILE PROPERTIES REPORT
Students Name:
Instructors Name:
Date:
1|Page
LAB 2: HOOKES LAW AND TENSILE PROPERTIES REPORT
2|Page
Abstract
All materials have different mechanical properties. The tensile property is an important property
CVEN207
6/23/16
Lab 6 Exercise: Beam Bending Under 3-Point Loading
Bend testing (also flexural testing) is commonly performed to measure the flexural strength and
modulus of all types of materials and products. Here we apply the load perpendicular to the
Name:
Date:
CVEN207 2016SU
Lab 1: Virtual Mechanical Properties of Materials in Tension
Directions: Using the VMSE site Tensile Tests module run tensile test for the following
materials. From the stress vs. strain plot, fill out the data table and answer
Name
Experiment No. 25: Magnetic Field Lines
date
Objectives
To plot field lines of a bar magnet with the use of a small compass
Theory
The net magnetic moment of an atom is given by the vector sum of its orbital and spin magnetic
moments. Many materials
Name
Laboratory 33. The RC Time Constant
Date of Submission
Objectives.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To demonstrate the finite time needed to discharge a capacitor.
To measure the voltage across a resistor as a function of time.
To determine the RC time constant of two se
Name
Laboratory 39. Focal Length of Lenses
Date of submission
Objectives
1. To demonstrate that converging lenses form real images and diverging lenses form virtual
images.
2. To measure the focal length of converging lenses by forming a real image of a v
CVEN207
6/16/16
Lab 5 Torsion: Determination of Shear Modulus
The objective of this lab is to determine the shear modulus (G) for different materials due to torsional
loading. In order to determine values for G, first you must measure the diameter of the
Name
Laboratory 38. Reflection and Refraction with the Ray Box
Date of Submission
Objectives
1. To demonstrate that for reflection from a plane surface the angle of incidence to the angle
of reflection.
2. To demonstrate that rays going from air into a tr