Classroom Expectations
In some respects college is much less formal than high school. One place this tends to be
most visible is in classroom expectations.
Class attendance may not be as rigidly enforced as in high school
Subjects which were avoided in
graph variable to determine type of graph
x1,y1 coordinates of first point
x2,y2 - coordinates of second point
m - slope
b - constant
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FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
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FALSE
09-23-2010
SRIDHAR(58)
ENGR 160 J1
SHUBANG
Option Explicit
'Declaring Function
Sub eq_fi
10-28-10
ENGR 160 J1
Prob. Exponential Function
Shubang Sridhar (58)
Option Explicit
Sub main()
Dim x As Integer, last As Double, n As Integer, result As Double, result2 As Double
n=1
x = InputBox("Please enter value of x")
last = InputBox("Please enter t
ENGR 160
Extra Credit Assignment
Program Code:
Option Explicit
Private Sub GPA_Calculator_Click()
Dim num As Single, grade(1 To 10) As String, name As String
Dim gpa As Single, qp As Single, i As Single, total_c As Single
Dim total_q As Single
total_c = 0
ENGR 160 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT @ 29 September 2011
Use any analytical tool you prefer to make the following determinations:
1
2
3
International Space Station water - two US astronaut at current ISS
use and cost
- 10L/day water use per US astronaut
- $48,000
VBA PROJECT ASSIGNMENT @ 22 September 2011
Write a program to compute the customer billing amount (BILL) for a given energy usage
(EUSE) in kilowatt-hours (kWh), where the charges are a certain rate (RATE) in $/kWh
for the first 100 kWh and are a differen
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project # 6 @ 8 September 2011 (Thursday)
Learning Topic:
1) Learn how to use Mathcads Given-Find function to solve a complex set of multiple
simultaneous linear equations
2) Learn how to use Mathcads matri
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project # 6 @ 8 September 2011 (Thursday)
Learning Topic:
1) Learn how to work with Mathcads variables and arrays and matrixes
2) Learn how to work with Mathcads plotting procedures
3) Learn how to use Math
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 6 September 2011 (Tuesday)
Learning Topic:
1) Learn how to use Excels TRENDLINE process
2) Learn how to evaluate data using TRENDLINE
Team Member Names:
1)
_
2)
_
Step
1
2
3
4
Effort
Download the
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 1 September 2011 (Tuesday)
Learning Topic:
1) Learn how to create dual plots
2) Learn how to revise plots using select data
Team Member Names:
1)
_
2)
_
Step
1
2
3
4
Effort
Download the I5_data_29
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 30 August 2011 (Tuesday)
Learning Topic:
1) Additional Basic Spreadsheet Use
2) Mathcad Use RE: entering values and units
Team Member Names:
1) _
2)
_
Step
1
2
3
4
Effort
Download the CA_I5_traffi
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 25 August 2011 (Thursday)
Learning Topic: Basic Spreadsheet Use
Step
1
2
Effort
Confirm your new permanent team member
You will keep this team member for the duration of the semester
Download the
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 23 August 2011 (Tuesday)
Ste
p
1
2
3
4
4
5
Effort
Meet your new team members (NOTE: you will be told who is on your team for this
effort)
Teams will have 4 members each (although this may change)
Matlab Basics
Screen
Layout
Command
Window
(entering
commands)
Workspace
(tracking
variables)
Command
History
(tracking
commands)
Basic
Entering #s
NOTE: when you do not specify a name for a variable, Matlab assumes a name
called ans
Entering #s
w/ ;
Disp
Project 2011_10_04 MATLAB Program Application (General analysis PLUS Image Tool)
1) Use Matlab to calculate the approximate daily water demand (in terms of both gallons and cubic meters volumes, as well as in
terms of both lbs and tons mass) within the ci
ENGR_160_Fall_2011_Section_E1_Prof_Alleman
Class Project @ 23 August 2011 (Tuesday)
Step
1
2
3
4
4
5
Effort
Meet your new team members (NOTE: you will be told who is on your team for this effort)
Teams will have 4 members each (although this may change)
D
Engr 160/160H Reference Sheet
Unit Conversions: 2
AREA - 1 acre = 43 560 ft
AREA - 1 hectare = 10 000 m 2
AREA - 1 square mile = 640 acres
lb
Area and Volume Equations:
Triangle : A =
kg
1
bh
2
(
)
1
b +b h
2
21
DENSITY - 1 m = 16.02 3
3
ft
m
ENERGY - 1 B
ENGR 160: HW, Project, and Exam Preparation Guidance and Grading Procedure
General Aspects of Presentation and Layout
All HWs, projects, and exams need your name on the upper right corner,
and your work should be organized, correctly laid out, with correc
11-04-10
ENGR 160 J1
PROBS. Linear Squares
Shubang Sridhar(58)
Option Explicit
Sub main()
Dim x(1 to 100) As Single, y(1 to 100) As Single, response As Integer, i As Integer, num As
Integer
Dim m As Single, b As Single, r As Single, ans As String
Dim sumx