SI <-> USCS Conversion Practice
Answers must include unit, have the correct number of sig. figs and be boxed. Good test
1. 692 K - 0R
2. 4.77e11 cm - miles
3. 5991 lbs - slugs
4. 352 L - quarts
5. 75.1 cm3 - f3
6. 62.8 cm/s - miles/h
7. 36.7 ps
Force Systems Homework
1. Use the light side of green engineering paper.
2. Do ONE problem on each page. If problem has multiple parts, all parts should be on
the same page.
3. Box final answer. Answers (except P4.5 a) will contain a number,
MCHE 101 (section #)
Graph by Hand. Do one data table and graph per page. Follow data table and graph construction rules.
Pages must be stapled once in upper left hand corner.
1. Stress is defined as a function of force divided by ar
Round down when: a) The digit following the last s.f. is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4
b) The last s.f. is even and followed by a 5 and no
other non zero digits.
Round up when:
a) The digit following the last s.f. is 6, 7, 8, or 9
b) The digit
Mechanical Engineering Lab Report Basics
1. MS Word word processor software
a. Font 12 point, use a conventional font such as Ariel, Calibri, or Times New Roman
b. Number your pages. Placement is inch from the top of the page and 1 inc
Construct an APA style data table and graph the results of the following two experiments in Excel. Use
Lab Report Guidelines document for instructions. However, since these graphs are not part of a
complete report, please put a title on each graph. Each g
Graph by Hand
1. Identify the independent and dependent variables. Plot the independent variable on the x axis and
the dependent variable on the y axis.
2. Choose your scale carefully. 1,2,5, and 10 are convenient unit sizes. Make your graph as large as
Basic Skills Test
A. Multiple Choice. Write the letter of the best response on your answer sheet. Use capital letters!
1. Which measurement represents the shortest length?
A. 6.12 x 10-2 km
B. 7.20 x 106 m
C. 4.67 x 10-4 Mm
D. 1410 cm
2. Which of the foll
Graphing in Excel Assignment 2
A 1.0 kg mass is allowed to fall freely from a 1.25 m high table. A strobe camera, taking pictures every
1/60 of a second, captures the descent. The total distance the mass has fallen is measured for the first 9