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  1. Lecture 2 1. Define the strength of a material and the related terms: tension, compression, shear and torque. 2. Describe the events that occur when a specimen undergoes a tension test. Sketch a plausible stress-strain curve, and identify all significant regions and points between them. Assume that loading continues up to fracture. 3.
  2. Honors Physics – Ch Practice Problems 1. A typical compact disc stores information in tiny pits on the disc’s surface. A typical pit size is μm. What is the frequency of electromagnetic waves that have a wavelength equal to the typical CD pit size? 2. A stalagmite that .
  3. The H-T-P (freehand drawing of House, Tree, and Person) is a technique designed to aid the clinician in obtaining information concerning the sensitivity, maturity, and integration of a subject's personality, and the interaction of that personality with its environment (both specific and general).
  4. Chapter 22 Lecture Notes I. The Space Race a. After WWII the US and the USSR (Soviet Union), were in a “ Cold War ”. Each trying to reach space and take command of the “high ground”. b. Soviets were way ahead in the beginning. i. First to orbit artificial satellite, Sputnik I ii. .
  5. Figure 15 also reveals new opportunities for workload similarity analysis based on resource requirements at the microarchitectural level. For example, ammp, applu, equake, and twolf may be similar workloads similarity exposed by microarchitectural clustering may be most useful for hardware accelerator design. In the ideal case, accelerators would be designed for every kernel of interest.
  6. Data Point 3 Etc. Data Table 2 Force (N) Accumulated (cm) Elongation (stretch) Accumulated (m) Elongation (stretch) Elastic PE (Joules) Data Point 1 Data Point 2 Data Point 3 Etc. 2. For each data row in each of your tables calculate: Elastic PE = 2 1 2 kx 3. For each spring and the rubber band, plot the accumulated elongation (x-axis) versus the.
  7. Experiment 3: Cover the bulb with aluminum foil and poke a hole in the foil in the middle front of the bulb. Turn the bulb on. Using the one ray idea, we predict that will see only a spot on the wall directly in front of the hole. Using the multiple-ray idea, we predict that the wall will be dimly lit. We observe .
  8. Look at Figure 3. Predict what will happen when this plate is developed in the chamber. A. the solvent level is too high, it will compromise the test and will not heed any useful reults. e. Look at Figure 4. Calculate the retention factor (R f) for the spots on the TLC slide. Sample Distance from Start to Center of Spot Distance from Start to.

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