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(Solved) : 9 Truss Right Answer Zero Force Members Ad B Bd C Ad Bd 22 Kips D None 24 Kips Cf 10 Degre Q43331740 . . .

9. For the truss on the right, answer, what are the zero force members? a- AD b-BD C-AD and BD 22 kips d-None 24 kips CF 10.9. For the truss on the right, answer, what are the zero force members? a- AD b-BD C-AD and BD 22 kips d-None 24 kips CF 10. What is the degree of indeterminacy for the truss? 30 kips a- unstable b-determinate – 2nd degree d-3rd degree 30 kips B 40 kips 40 kips 40 kips 70 kipi 50 kips – 4 e 15 = 60 – 11. Using the cut section 1-1, what is the force (kips) in member BC? a-7.5 b–67.5 C-67.5 d-90 12. What is the force (kips) in member BH? a-0 b-40 C–40 d-50

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(Solved) : 9 Hardwood Flooring Tile Quantity Takeoffs Typically Calculated Linear Feet B Square Feet Q43239321 . . .

9. Hardwood flooring and tile quantity takeoffs are typically calculated in A. linear feet B. square feet C. square yards D.

9. Hardwood flooring and tile quantity takeoffs are typically calculated in A. linear feet B. square feet C. square yards D. pieces 10. Trim moldings, such as baseboard, casing, chair rail, and crown molding, are taken off in A. linear feet B. square feet C. square yards D. cubic yards 1. Structural lumber length is rounded up to the closest __dimension for purchasing noring and sizing are determined from or

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(Solved) : 9 Three Hinged Arches Three Hinged Arch Shown Determine Horizontal Vertical Components Rea Q43727573 . . .

9. Three Hinged Arches For the three-hinged arch shown, determine horizontal and vertical components of each reaction, and th

9. Three Hinged Arches For the three-hinged arch shown, determine horizontal and vertical components of each reaction, and the moments at the knees. P2 DATASET: 3 -1- -2- P1 Height A Height B Height C 11 FT 3 FT M2 7 FT 7 FT 6 FT 6 FT M1 Height D Length E Length F Length G Length H R2 bent:ttodu 10 FT 6 FT 6 KIPS Force P1 Force P2 12 KIPS Force P3 17 KIPS Your Response Correct Answer 23 Question Score KIPS HORIZONTAL component of R1 (+ = to the right) SUBMIT VERTICAL component of R1 (+ = upward) KIPS SUBMIT HORIZONTAL component of R2 (+ = to the right) KIPS SUBMIT VERTICAL component of R2 (+ = upward) KIPS SUBMIT 5 Moment at M1 (+ = tension inside) KIP-FT SUBMIT Moment at M2 (+ = tension inside) KIP-FT SUBMIT skip SUBMIT skip SUBMIT skip SUBMIT 10 skip SUBMIT hat

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(Solved) : 9 Highway Definition Term Would Degree Curve Nearest Minute Circular Curve Radius 45000 Ft Q43534219 . . .

9. By the highway definition of the term, what would be the degree of curve, to the nearest minute, of a circular curve with9. By the highway definition of the term, what would be the degree of curve, to the nearest minute, of a circular curve with a radius of 450.00 ft? a. 12°48′ b. 12°44′ c. 1300 d. 15°45′ 10. A circular curve with a radius of 750.00 ft, a central angle of 70′, and its PC station 13+30 must be staked by deflection angels and chords. What is the deflection angle and chord length to station 14+00? a. 3’14’42” and 67.54 ft b. 1’23’32” and 69.95 ft c. 2°40’26” and 69.97 ft d. 3’15’12” and 68.32 ft

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(Solved) : 9 Sketch Figure 7 Shows Air Flowing Nozzle Inlet Pressure Gage Pressure P2 5 Kpa Air Exhau Q43684685 . . .

9. The sketch in Figure 7 shows air flowing through a nozzle. The inlet pressure (gage pressure) is P2=5 kPa and the air exha

9. The sketch in Figure 7 shows air flowing through a nozzle. The inlet pressure (gage pressure) is P2=5 kPa and the air exhausts into the atmosphere at section 2. The nozzle has an inlet diameter of 60 mm, and exit diameter of 10 mm. The nozzle is connected to the supply by flanges. Find the air speed at the exit of the nozzle and the force required to hold the nozzle stationary. Assume the air has a constant density of 1.22 kg/m². Neglect the weight of the nozzle. le Flanges Flow (1) Figure 7

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(Solved) : 9 H 15 Find Centroid Ybar B Find Moment Inertia Icx C Find Moment Inertia Icy Q43456546 . . .

a=9 h=15 - - (a) Find the centroid (ybar=?) (b) Find the moment of inertia Icx (c) Find the moment of inertia Icya=9″ h=15″ – – (a) Find the centroid (ybar=?) (b) Find the moment of inertia Icx (c) Find the moment of inertia Icy

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(Solved) : 9 Project Engineer Adding New Piece Equipment Seco Manufacturing Facility Current W14x99 I Q42903300 . . .

9. A project engineer is adding a new piece of equipment to the seco a manufacturing facility. The current W14x99 is insuffic9. A project engineer is adding a new piece of equipment to the seco a manufacturing facility. The current W14x99 is insufficient for deflect restraints. Calculate the appropriate moment of inertia for vertical loading of each composite steel shape below. Which one will yield the highest I, and thus the lowest deflection, under load? W14x99 W14,99 L6x4x7/16 C10x 15.3

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(Solved) : 9 Given Hma Mixture Containing 5 Binder Total Mixture Mass Pb 5 Test Results Yield Gmb 22 Q42881274 . . .

9. You are given an HMA mixture containing 5% binder by total mixture mass, Pb=5%. Test results yield a Gmb of 2.249, Gmm of

9. You are given an HMA mixture containing 5% binder by total mixture mass, Pb=5%. Test results yield a Gmb of 2.249, Gmm of 2.391, and a Gsb of 2.537. Find the percent of voids in the total mixture voids in the mineral aggregate, and voids filled with asphalt. 10.List four ways in which an emulsion can break.

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(Solved) : 9 R Coordinate Centroid Area Curve Y Cosr R 0 R Tt 2 2 1 Tc B 1 C D B C D Q42936698 . . .

9. What is the r-coordinate of the centroid of the area under the curve y= cosr between r = 0 and r = TT/2? 2 (A) 1 TC (B) 19. What is the r-coordinate of the centroid of the area under the curve y= cosr between r = 0 and r = TT/2? 2 (A) 1 TC (B) 1 (C) (D) A. B. C. D.

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(Solved) : 9 Project Cost 2 000 000 Inflows 600 000 Starting Year 2 Five Years Project B Initial Cost Q43531380 . . .

9. Project A has a cost of $2,000,000 and inflows of $600,000 starting in year 2 for five years. Project B has an initial cos9. Project A has a cost of $2,000,000 and inflows of $600,000 starting in year 2 for five years. Project B has an initial cost of $1,750,000 and inflows of $450,000 each year for five years. Which project has the best NPV? Assume 9% is the cost of capital.

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