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Ch E 111 Project Fall 07 pdf

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Ch E 111 Project Fall 07 pdf
Ch E 111 Project Fall 07 pdf

You must make that decision prior to taking any other action on the hand, and after the dealer turns over his second card. Once you draw a third card, split, or double down, surrender is no longer an option. 3.2: Hitting/Standing The most common decision a player must make during the game is whether to draw another card to the hand (hit), or stop at the current total (stand). If you hit and go over 21, the dealer will collect your bet. This can only be done before a card has been drawn.

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Ch E 111 Project Fall 09 pdf
Ch E 111 Project Fall 09 pdf

Wheel of Fortune” pursuant to the rules described herein.  Use  comments to explain each the purpose of each built‐in function,  user‐defined function, subfunction, and looping operation that  occurs in the code.  WheelComposition (shown at right)The wheel has 24 spaces, representing a cash value or penalty. GamePlay andRulesThe game is played by three players.  A "used letter  board

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Ch E 111 Ex1 Spring 07 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex1 Spring 07 pdf

Assure you have delivered it to the correct address, files will not be accepted after class. • Sign this document and leave with the exam proctor before leaving the exam room. D.A. Rockstraw, Ph.D., P.E. Use your function to solve for the roots of the equation x2 + 6x – 91 = 0.

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Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 09 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 09 pdf

Finally, I accept and agree to fulfill my responsibility to report (in writing) to the supervising professor should I observe any solicitation for assistance or action that can be regarded as cheating within 24 hours of the completion of the exam. Signature Date Examination Rules • Open Book • Solutions should be sent to your instructor as attachments to a single email. This begins logging the commands made to a file.

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Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 06 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 06 pdf

If n is a non-integer, the function should ask the user to re-enter another value that is an integer. This check is easiest to accomplish using a while loop. Using the following procedure: use the function round(n) to truncate any decimal the user may have included with their input, then subtract that result from n. If the difference is anything but zero, the user must have input something other than an integer, and the while loop is not exited.

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Ch E 111 Ex3 fall 06 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex3 Fall 06 pdf

I understand the "Student Code of Conduct" provides policies and procedures that will be followed by the faculty member administering this examination should an accusation be made by the exam proctor or a fellow student. Finally, I accept and agree to fulfill my responsibility to report (in writing) to the supervising professor should I observe any solicitation for assistance or action that can be regarded as cheating within 24 hours of the completion of the exam. D.A.

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Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 08 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex1 Fall 08 pdf

The solution to this equation is −

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Ch E 111 Ex2 fall 06 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex2 Fall 06 pdf

Individual homework assignments are of equal value, therefore an average percentage may be used determine HW score. Final grades are distributed using the scale: A ≥ 90%; B ≥ 80%; C ≥ 70%; D ≥ 65%. Write a script with the name ChE111grade.m which a student in this class can execute, be prompted for their scores at any point during the semester, and be told their total score (as a percentage), as well as their current grade.

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Ch E 111 Ex2 fall 08 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex2 Fall 08 pdf

Signature Date Examination Rules  Open Book & Notes  Print a hardcopy of your solution and attach to this cover page.  Attach Mathcad files of your solutions to an email and send to [email protected] Problem 1 (25 points) Solve Problem 3.11 from Introduction to Mathcad 13 by Larsen. Problem 2 (25 points) Solve Problem 5.10 from Introduction to Mathcad 13 by Larsen. Ignore the suggestion to use the vectorize feature.

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Ch E 111 Ex2 Spring 07 pdf
Ch E 111 Ex2 Spring 07 pdf

Determining what constitutes each of these four cases, and a logic sequence to walk the code through each takes some time, and represents the most difficult portion of the code. My code (excluding comments) is 143 lines; and the input section is the first 107 lines. The calculation and output sections are accomplished in 36 lines. SCRIPT FILE CALCULATION AND OUTPUT SECTIONS (25 points) After the data has been input, use a series of logical statements to calculate the unknown information.

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