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Spring 2009
Design Project The Advent of Modern Engineering & the Truss
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1. (25 points) The cross-section of a hexagonal cylinder is shown below. All sides have equal length. The cylinder is subjected to the forces shown on the figure. y 31.16 N 5N 5N x 15 N 5N 5N 25 N
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MIDTERM EXAM
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NAME._ Read each problem carefully. Show all your work. 1. (10 points) For the following give an appropriate answer a. 3.41 m+5.430m = b. (2.3x10-5)- 3.54(6.14x10-6)= c. 200.00/3.00= d. Convert 2002 mph (miles per hour) to

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NAME:_ NOTE PROBLEM 4 TWO OPTIONS 1 for 25 points and 2 for 20 points. DO ONLY ONE OF THESE OPTIONS 1. (25 points, time estimate 12 minutes) You are designing an inspection system that needs to identify defects in circuit boa

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