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CE 3372 Water Systems Design

CE 3372 Water Systems Design

CE 3372 Water Systems Design. Lecture 24: EPA SWMM– Pumps and Lift Stations. OUTLINE. Lift stations Used to “ lift ” water from a low elevation to a higher elevation. Lift provided by pumps. Pumps modeled similar to EPA- NET PUMPS are LINKS The Sump is often a storage node.

By Samuel
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2.6 Related Rates

2.6 Related Rates

2.6 Related Rates. Two Rates that are Related. Suppose x and y are both differentiable functions of t and are related by the equation given. Find dy/dt when x=1, given that dx/dt=2 when x=1. Ripples in a pond.

By ursala
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Station A

Station A

Station A. Write an expression for each word phrase. a) d more than 50 b) 7 decreased by b c) the quotient of 63 and a number k d) 5 less than the quotient of m and n e) 12 greater than the product of 3 and j. Station B.

By asasia
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9.6 Factor a + bx + c

9.6 Factor a + bx + c

9.6 Factor a + bx + c. Students will be able to Factor a + bx + c Solve a + bx + c = 0 Find zeros of the polynomial function. Factor by grouping. Find a GCF in the first two terms. Find a GCF in the last two terms. Find common factors. 5x + 15 2x(x + 3) + 5(x + 3)

By amiel
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Impacts of Technological Systems

Impacts of Technological Systems

Impacts of Technological Systems. The Big Idea The use of technology affects humans in various ways, including their safety, comfort, choices, and attitudes about technology’s development and use. 6/10 Warm-up Answer in a sentence!

By adli
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Algebra Word Problem

Algebra Word Problem

Algebra Word Problem. Projectile Motion Problem.

By mostyn
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Sets and Geometry

Sets and Geometry

Sets and Geometry. Working with Sets. GEOMETRY. Formula given on the Regents:. Formula not given on the Regents Area of a circle = πr2 Circumference of a circle = 2πr. Relative Error Any measurement made with a measuring device is approximate.

By adolfo
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CICS-Longwood

CICS-Longwood

CICS-Longwood. Word Problems Review, Day 1. per. Mike eats 2 pieces of candy per day. How many pieces of candy does he eat in 4 weeks?. 8 12 56 16 28. STEP 1: Find the number of candies per week 2 pieces * 7 days = 14 candies

By urania
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Fractions/ Decimals A. Fractions/ Decimals B. Geometry. Measurement A. Measurement B.

By zareh
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Our Playground

Our Playground

Our Playground. By: David, Peyton, Lara, Hannah. Our park is based on the Hawaiian islands There are 5 tiki hut platforms connected by bridges 1 volcano with a rock wall and slide T here is a ocean based play area on one end of the park The floor is made of yellow recycled rubber

By savea
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Write and simplify ratios. Use proportions to solve problems.

Write and simplify ratios. Use proportions to solve problems.

Objectives. Write and simplify ratios. Use proportions to solve problems. Remember!. In a ratio, the denominator of the fraction cannot be zero because division by zero is undefined. A ratio compares two numbers by division. The ratio of two numbers a and b can be written as

By leona
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Perimeter

Perimeter

Perimeter. 1. 9 feet. 9 feet. Find the perimeter. 2. 4 feet. 11 feet. Find the perimeter. 3. 15 feet. 3 feet. 12 feet. Find the perimeter. 4. 9 feet. 9 feet. 8 feet. 6 feet. Find the perimeter. 5. The perimeter of the square is 48 feet. What is the length of each side?. 6.

By mina
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10 feet

10 feet

Natasia is planning on repainting one wall in her living room. As shown in the diagram below, there are two windows that will not be painted. Subtract the area of the windows from the area of the entire wall…. Find the area of the entire wall…. Living Room.

By kay
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Larry N. Smith Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Montana Tech

Larry N. Smith Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Montana Tech

Columbia Mountain Slide:. Latest Pleistocene and Future(?) Failure, Flathead County, Montana. Larry N. Smith Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Montana Tech. Whitefish Lake. Columbia Falls. Slide. Overview from Columbia Mountain, looking west. Slide. Location. Columbia Falls.

By erol
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Warm-up 12.4 Law of Cosines

Warm-up 12.4 Law of Cosines

Warm-up 12.4 Law of Cosines. A new house is 32 feet wide. The rafters will rise at a36° angle and meet above the center line of the house. Each rafter also needs to overhang the side of the house by 2 feet. How long should the carpenter make each rafter? Draw the picture. Solve for ?.

By idalee
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HURRICANE EARL SUMMARY

HURRICANE EARL SUMMARY

HURRICANE EARL SUMMARY. UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 2:15 PM. Hurricane Earl – Category 4 Storm. HURRICANE EARL PROJECTION. Major category 4 hurricane currently Earl will likely pass 50 to 100 miles southeast of Nantucket late Friday evening Probably as a weakening Category 2 hurricane

By dimaia
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Splash Screen

Splash Screen

Splash Screen. Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 6–6) Then/Now New Vocabulary Key Concept: Similar Triangles Example 1: Find Measures of Similar Figures Example 2: Real-World Example: Find Measures of Similar Figures. Lesson Menu.

By jewell
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Lesson 2 Menu

Lesson 2 Menu

Find the perimeter and area of the parallelogram. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. 2. Find the perimeter and area of the parallelogram. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. Find the height and base of the parallelogram if the area is 168 square units. Lesson 2 Menu.

By flower
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Welcome to LA CRCT Jeopardy!

Welcome to LA CRCT Jeopardy!

Welcome to LA CRCT Jeopardy!. With your host Mrs. Patch. Numbers and Computation. More Numbers and Computation. Word Problems. Mixed Review. More Review. $25. $25. $25. $25. $25. $50. $50. $50. $50. $50. $75. $75. $75. $75. $75. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. F.J.

By sanjiv
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What Do You See?

What Do You See?

What Do You See?. Message of the Day: Before we take measurements we 1st need to know what we are planning to measure. What We Measure Trees (Mature, Saplings, and Seedlings) Shrubs Forbs Grass. FOR 274: Forest Measurements and Inventory. Imagery Source in this Lecture:

By susan
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