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I have a very important lab for statics class
This may be associated with rearrangement of molecules with the structure of aluminum. As strain is increased atoms move to new positions to create new equilibrium in the material. This is because of their nature in mobility and dislocation. The graph is linear to a certain point but it deviates when the limit is reached.

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Calculus project
In fact no directional information or any reference to any co-ordinate system is required while specifying a scalar quantity. Therefore, it is only

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Static Equilibrium
Through the experiment, a number of measurements indicated in an appropriate table and later the values calculated. The final results found is shown at the results table that proceeds

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Vector addition : graphs and components
Vector quantities can be defined as physical quantities that have both direction and magnitude such as acceleration, force, velocity etc. (Park, 2002). Vectors are mathematical representation of vector quantities. Vectors can be manipulated either

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Lab vectors and statics
The study was a success. Algebraically was found to be 0.252N at an angle of 56.3 degrees. The theoretical value of is zero.
Physical quantities can either be vectors or scalar. Scalar quantities are represented by only their magnitude while both

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Vector and Statics
A vector is an amount that has both magnitude and direction. Illustrations of vectors are speed, acceleration, and force. While it is simple to include, duplicate, or subtract scalars, vector expansion, it is not direct to increase and subtract.

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RE_Computational lab
A lower value of the dipole moment will reduce the magnetic field while a high value will result into a larger magnetic field on the simulation.
The simulation agreed totally with the expected results from

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Manufacturing Engineering
This paper elaborates an engineering project carried out by Mechanical Engineering Students. All of the engineering analysis was used to determine the material and the assembly of the device based on a factor of safety. The final design specifications were based on comparisons with current machinery employing the same application e.g. cranes and wrenches.

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