Thx for replying :)
I have already started writing on word and i dont know anything about LaTeX :S I'll try looking for other programs that can be used either as add-on to word or which i can copy paste the tree in word. If i dont find any by the end of the week then maybe im gonna start...
Hi all,
Im doing my final year project on black derman and toy model and for those who know about it, its a binary model.
Ive tried to use visio but it was a failure since i had to create eqns using microsoft eqn editor then place it on the visio tree
My problem here is to create nice binary...
Homework Statement
numerical solution of poisson equation with application to the pumping of water from drains
1. time
2. Amount of water has been pumped
Homework Equations
The poisson equation
The Attempt at a Solution
1. I know i have to use iteration
2. Im still searching...
thx a lot :D
But concerning couples, isnt it that the moment=Fd (where d is the distance between the two forces) whatever the distance is and whatever the angle is?
Im asking that coz i must start the assignment by defining what moment is and then what a couple is...
Im same here. I got this question since monday and ive tried to think about it but if ever i get an answer im not even sure that its good. Or else just as u said before, the case appears to be strange...
Im going to ask the lecturer for more details about the question and im gonna post...
Good question!
lol kidding
In fact im not sure, the lecturer only gave what ive written above
so i guess i have to show two cases where
"Two coplanar couples equal and opposite moments balance each other"
Thats my problem its supposed to be kinda basic but am not sure on how to show it :S
You are assuming that the velocity is constant(average) which is not the case when accelerating or decelerating.
I did the question by using a velocity-time graph.
U could try to do so...
(i may be wrong...havent done these kind of questions for nearly one year)
[Urgent]Assignment On Couples and moments
Homework Statement
Two coplanar couples equal and opposite moments balance each other
Hint:
Case1: lines of action constituting the couple intersect
Case2: lines of action constituting the couple do not intersect
Above is what the lecturer...
Im majoring in maths with computer and i dont have introductory analysis(i guess) coz the course is real analysis.
Ok will look for the book u guys recommended
Hello i too am taking this module for this semester and these proofs really are tricky at times. they are simple true but to think of what to do :S
So what other advice can i get from u guys?(and gals)