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Question 1 |

$$571$$ | |

$$273.1$$ | |

$$621.7$$ | |

$$213.3$$ |

Question 2 |

$$I=-5.4\;amps$$ | |

$$I=5.4\;amps$$ | |

$$I=-.85\;amps$$ | |

$$I=2.1\;amps$$ |

Question 3 |

$$71.7\;MPa \sqrt{m}$$ | |

$$507.8\;MPa \sqrt{m}$$ | |

$$16.06\;MPa \sqrt{m}$$ | |

$$9.15\;MPa \sqrt{m}$$ |

Question 4 |

$$y(t)=2-3e^{-5t}$$ | |

$$y(t)=10+5e^{5t}$$ | |

$$y(t)=10+5e^{5t}$$ | |

$$y(t)=2-3e^{5t}$$ |

Question 5 |

$$2$$ | |

$$1$$ | |

$$0$$ | |

$$3$$ |

Question 6 |

$$W_{cyc}=Q_{23}+-Q_{41}$$ | |

$$\eta_t= \frac{W_{cyc}}{Q_{cyc}}$$ | |

$$Q_{cyc}=Q_{23}-Q_{41}$$ | |

$$W_{cyc}=W_{23}+W_{34}-W_{12}$$ |

Question 7 |

$$$900$$ | |

$$($63.58)$$ | |

$$$13,100$$ | |

$$($12,900)$$ |

Question 8 |

A \(12V \) DC source has been running the circuit below for a long time. Given this information, determine the voltage across the Capacitor:

$$8.5\;V$$ | |

$$6\;V$$ | |

$$12\;V$$ | |

$$0\;V$$ |

Question 9 |

Cargo is being pulled up a ramp as shown in the figure below. The contents within are fragile so it's crucial the container is pulled up at a constant acceleration of \(3 \frac{m}{s^2}\). Determine the Tension necessary on the backside of the pulley (right side) to ensure the \(100kg\) contents are not disturbed.

$$T=671.1N$$ | |

$$T=853.2N$$ | |

$$T=903.4N$$ | |

$$T=1,155.9N$$ |

Question 10 |

$$x^2+y^2=7$$ | |

$$x^2+(y+2)^2=7$$ | |

$$(x+2)^2+y^2=9$$ | |

$$x^2+(y+2)^2=9$$ |

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