# WELCOME!

Welcome to the ME 270 course website for the Fall 2022 term. The material on this site is a complement to the lecture book for the course. And, all material here is accessible without the need to log in. Please review the resources that are available to you in the links on the left sidebar of the page. Logging in is required only for adding comments to the blog posts. Read me for instructions in logging in to the website.

Have a good semester!

# Homework 16B Please post questions here on the homework, and take time to answer questions posted by others. You can learn both ways.

# Homework 16A Please post questions here on the homework, and take time to answer questions posted by others. You can learn both ways.

# Homework 15B Please post questions here on the homework, and take time to answer questions posted by others. You can learn both ways.

# Homework 15A What is the minimum weight W_A for which the cone does not sink? Leave your answer in terms of, at most, ρ_w, W, R, and g.

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# Homework 14B Using integration methods, determine the area, and the x- and y-components for the location of the centroid of the area. Leave your answers in terms of a.

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# Homework 14A Using integration methods, determine the area, and the x- and y-components for the location of the centroid of the area. Leave your answers in terms of a.

Please post questions here on the homework, and take time to answer questions posted by others. You can learn both ways.

# Homework 13B Using the method of composite sections, determine the area, and the x- and y components for the location of the centroid of the area. Leave you answers in terms of R.

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# Homework 13A Using the composite section method, determine the area, and the x- and y components for the location of the centroid of the area. Leave you answers in terms of R.

Please post questions here on the homework, and take time to answer questions posted by others. You can learn both ways.

# Homework 12B Calculate the magnitude and location of the single-force equivalent load.

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