Quiz 1 - Basic Algebra

There are 10 problems in this quiz taken randomly from a pool of 100 problems. If you are able to finish this quiz and will take it again, chances are, you will encounter different problems. Unfinished quiz is internally saved, it will resume where you leave with the same set of problems the next time you run the quiz. The system however will delete any incomplete quiz after 10 days.

This quiz is designed for 30 minutes, you are given three minutes per problem although most of the problems can be answered in less than a minute. The total time allotted for this quiz is 40 minutes, the ten minutes allowance is for the loading of each problem. We assume each problem will load in one minute, we understand that the number is too conservative.

The topics in this quiz are as follows: logarithm, inequality, absolute value, radicals, factoring, determinants, worded problems, polynomials, variations, complex numbers, partial fractions, complex fractions, quadratic equations, progressions, sequence, and other topics in Algebra. You may not encounter all the topics as you are given only 10 items per quiz.

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Questions:10
Attempts allowed:Unlimited
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Pass rate:75 %
Time limit:0:40:00
Backwards navigation:Allowed

Problem 863 | Deflection by Three-Moment Equation

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Problem 863
For the beam shown in Fig. P-863, determine the value of EIδ midway between the supports and at the left end.
 

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Answer

At midway between the supports
$\delta = \dfrac{1066.67}{EI} ~ \text{ upward}$
 

At the left end
$\delta = \dfrac{16,000}{EI} ~ \text{ downward}$

 

For the complete solution using the three moment equation, see it here: http://www.mathalino.com/reviewer/strength-materials/problem-863-deflect...
 

The Polar Coordinate System

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In Polar Coordinate System, the references are a fixed point and a fixed line. The fixed point is called the pole and the fixed line is called the polar axis. The location of a point is expressed according to its distance from the pole and its angle from the polar axis. The distance is denoted by r and the angle by θ.

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