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In the 7 days ending Jan 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Physics6 9:00:00
  Electrical1 1:00:00
  Mathematics1 1:00:00
  Total8 11:00:00

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Tuesday Jan 23 #

Note

HW:
- Math 277 lab #1
- Math 277 assignment
- Eng 201 practice questions
- Eng 202 tutorial questions

Reading:
- Eng 201 -> Chpt 5 / notes
- Eng 225 -> Resistive Circuits / notes
-Eng 202 -> moment
- Math 277 notes

Notes:
- Eng 202
12 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 1:00:00 [3]

Talking about phase diagrams, introduced equations for mass fractions, and moler fractions.
1 PM

Physics (Statics) 1:15:00 [2]

Tutorial, where I was able to follow along, but am not able to solve the problems. Calculating moments in certain cases, using various methods (scalar vs vector).
4 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 1:15:00 [2] **

Went through more PV PT diagrams. Need to do practise questions to remember all of the little things and to fully grasp the three-dimensionality of it.
5 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 1:30:00 [2] *

Practise questions. Went through mass balancing questions, dimensional analysis, and phase rule.
8 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 1:30:00 [3]

Did almost 2 of the 5 recommended questions (heinous when you don't know how). Studied mass balancing at home.

Monday Jan 22 #

Note

HW:
- Math 277 lab
- Math 277 assignment
- Eng 201 practice questions

Reading:
- Eng 201 -> Chpt 5 / notes
- Eng 225 -> Resistive Circuits / notes
- Math 277 notes

Notes:
- Eng 202

8 AM

Mathematics long 1:00:00 [1] **

More rocket science, derived a formula for the speed of the rocket based off of its change in mass. Still need to review it though.
9 AM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 2:30:00 [1]

Q: Why does the number of ions in a solution contribute to a component??? Ex: NaCl(s) + H2O -> H2O + Na+ + Cl- == only 2 components

Also possibly found a mistake in the txtbk (pg 82, ex 4.7).
2 PM

Electrical (Circuits) 1:00:00 [1]

Easy lecture, some examples for circuit analysis.

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