Question

9. Determine the production for 36” diameter of 10’ height column with 8#8 rebar for total 100 columns for building structure.

Answer #1

Given: an air column stretching from surface to fixed tropopause
height of 10 km. zeta is initially zero initially. Latitude = 53◦N.
Column then moves until over some mountain barrier (mountain
barrier height = 1.6 km, latitude 43◦N). Please find the columns
absolute and relative vorticity values as said column moves over
the mountain barrier. ASSUMPTION: The flow satisfies the barotropic
potential vorticity equation.

For each number in base-10 notation in the leftmost column of
the following table, find the alphabetical identifier of the binary
string with the same value from the rightmost column and report
these alphabetical identifiers in the middle column which is left
blank for this purpose. DO NOT SHOW YOUR ANSWERS BY JUST DRAWING
LINES CONNECTING ENTRIES IN THE FIRST AND THE THIRD COLUMNS. THERE
WILL BE NO CREDIT FOR ANSWERS THAT DO NOT MENTION ALPHABETICAL
IDENTIFIERS IN THE MIDDLE...

Determine the equation for the system curve of a pipeline
consisting of an 8'' diameter pipe of 2500' length with minor
losses 9 times the velocity head. The static head is 60' and
f=0.02

Use the following costs per unit to identify the prime cost,
total production cost and total cost for a product:
$ per unit
Direct materials: 12
indirect materials 6
direct labor 24
indirect labor 8
variable production overhead 10
variable selling and admin expense 5
fixed production overhead 12
fixed selling and admin expense 8
prime cost: total production cost total cost of product
a. 36 85 85
b. 72 72 85
c. 36 72 85
d. 36 22 72

What is the total probability of rolling a natural on the
come-out roll in craps?
2/36
4/36
6/36
8/36
If a player’s point in craps is 8, what is the probability that
they will win by rolling another 8 before a 7?
5/36
6/36
5/11
6/11
Assume that rolling an 8 before a 7 will pay at 6-to-5 odds
net. Find the net payoff on a $5 wager.
$1.20
$5
$6
$11
Find the expected number of 5’s from 100...

A circular cone is 10 cm wide at the base and has a slant height
of 8.5 cm. Determine:
a. Volume of the cone =
b. Total surface area of the cone =
c. The angle the slant height makes with the base diameter =
d. The cylinder shown here has the same height and base radius
as the cone, by what percent the volume of
the cylinder exceeds the volume of the cone?

46. A cylindrical concrete pile with a diameter of 8 in.
and a length of 10 ft. is to be used to support a foundation in
clay soil. Calculate the end bearing (EB) and skin friction (SF)
for this pile. Assume c = 25 kPa, Nc = 9, and α = 1.
a. EB = 33.56 kN, SF = 7.545 kN b. EB = 3.27 kip, SF =
7.439 kip c. EB = 1.11 kip, SF = 8.65 kip d....

Data Set
Height
Weight
Age
Shoe Size
Waist Size
Pocket Change
64
180
39
7
36
18
66
140
31
9
30
125
69
130
31
9
25
151
63
125
36
7
25
11
68
155
24
8
31
151
62
129
42
6
32
214
63
173
30
8
34
138
60
102
26
6
25
67
66
180
33
8
30
285
66
130
31
9
30
50
63
125
32
8
26
32
68
145
33...

calculate the third quartile, Q3 for the following data
39, 9, 27, 40, 10, 11, 36, 42, 11, 8, 18
a) 22.818
b) 8
c) 39
d) 42
e) 18
- I'm doing 3(11+1/4) and keep getting 9 but that's not an
answer choice.

An object with a height of 8 cm is placed 10 cm in front of a
converging lens with a focal lenth of 30 cm.
a) Is the resulting image real or virtual?
b) Draw a ray tracing diagram including all three principle
rays.
c) Using the thin-lens equation and the definition of
magnification, determine both the image distance and the height of
the image. Express your anser in cm, and include any algebraic
signs. S’= ____________________________ H’ =
____________________________

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