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Move the ramp to an angle of zero (horizontal) and draw a free body diagram of the cabinet here: On a horizontal plane, the normal force is _Perpendicular_______ to the weight. The cabinet has a mass of 100kg. It therefore has a normal force of __-100______ N and a friction force (on the horizontal plane) of _2.22N_ μ = 0.30 ￼ the ramp and draw a free body diagram of the cabinet in the box here: The force down the plane and normal force are components of __force diagrams__________. Before we add an applied force on the ramp, there is a force of __gravity__________ that acts against the force down the plane( Force parallel). When we apply a force to get the cabinet moving, the friction force acts in the _opposite___________ direction as movement of the cabinet. Slowly increase angle (0.1 degrees at a time) of the ramp until the cabinet starts to move on its own. What angle is this? ___acute_________ = θ At this point, the force down the plane is __the same as__________ than the force of friction. Since the ramp is now at an angle, the normal force is _less________ than the…

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The m value or 0.0334 showed us the sensitivity of the LVDT. We then took the voltages that were given at different displacements by the LVDT during the calibration. Each of these were converted into position by reformatting equation 1 to solve for position. The ‘Normalizing’ was done by saying that when the block was pushed up against the fixed plate that it was equal to zero. After calibration was completed and the calculations were completed we moved on to the drop test. Each of the three…

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In order to generate a life history table, it was necessary to collect data. The class was divided into four groups. Each group was to collect 10 specimens of G. holbrooki from a pond found on the FIU campus, to total 40 collected specimens. Each group was handed a ruler and a fishing net. All members of the group were to accomplish a task. While one member fished the mosquitofish, another would measure the female mosquitofish in millimeters, another would collect the data, and all would serve…

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object. This is a simple technique. However, I was a beginner to this software. Therefore, by learning the basic skills meant that I was able to learn additional skills, which are more advanced. The strengths of creating a mind map for this project. It is also easy to add ideas later, at any time and it helps you to focus on the links and relationships between ideas so you don 't just have disconnected facts. This is important as it saves time. Whereas, if you do it hand drawn it is time…

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Question from Chapters 5,6,7,8 1. What UML diagram types do you need to represent the essential features of a system? A. Activity diagrams, which show the activity that make up a system process and the flow of control B. Use case diagrams, which show the interactions between a system and its environment. C. Sequence diagrams, which show interactions between actors and the system and between system components. D. Class diagrams, which show the object classes in the system and the…

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Goals According to the flow chart above, we need to generate a binary sequence of 0's and 1's, the length of which is 2N bits, that occur with equal probability and are mutually independent for which a ‘rand’ function is used. The data is then passed through a QPSK modulator to produce N complex symbols of {±1 , ±1j}. At the receiver, noise is added to the transmitted signal and the resultant signal is then passed through the QPSK demodulator to produce estimates of the transmitted binary data.…

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thought speaking about the major qualities of what it wants to deliver. Ideas emerge as deliberations or speculation as a matter of fact or the after-effect of a change of existing thoughts. In simple words Concept is a story, told with two major components: Content (what it’s told) and Plan (how it’s told). A concept outline anticipates the association between thoughts. Concepts are usually illustrated in the form of - circles or boxes joined by lines or pointers containing and connecting words…

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shocked by my grade because I knew that I had tried my best. At one time, I even thought maybe business is not for me. However, I knew I had to keep going and find out what is missing. After reading the general feedback, I knew that I made so many errors. For instance, the strengths and weaknesses should be internal while the opportunities as well as threats should be external. But what matters is that I learned from my mistakes and I have always been making progress since then. It is true. All…

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bring a comprehensive understanding of what each other need at T&L Medical Transportation. Consequently, when communication disparities exist between employees, results in disorder through uncertainty actions; therefore, technological advancements, requiring an upgrade of their office computer equipment is crucial (Capozzi, n.d.). When organizations use a Six Sigma method, it enhances performance and reduces differences point to flaws, improvement in profits, employee morale, and the value of…

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complete a Venn Diagram by writing 2 differences, and 2 similarities between two versions of the same Folktales. Rationale: Using graphic organizers to represent similarities and differences has been shown to progress students ' understanding of content as well as their ability to identify and generate similarities and differences. Learner-Centered: Students will use comparing and contrasting skills throughout their lives in many different situations. Comparing and contrasting helps us make…

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