60 results for "circle".

Question in PH023 Foundation Mathematics for Physicists 1
Recognising the equation of a circle.

Question in PH023 Foundation Mathematics for Physicists 1
Find the points of intersection of a straight line and a circle.

Question in PH023 Foundation Mathematics for Physicists 1
Recognising that $(xa)^2+(yb)^2=r^2$ is a circle of radius $r$ with centre $(a,b)$

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Find the centre and radius of a circle when given an equation in standard form.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Find the points of intersection of a straight line and a circle.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Find the points of intersection of two circles.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Cauchy's integral theorem/formula for several functions $f(z)$ and $C$ the unit circle.

Question in All questions
$x$ is given and (sin(x),cos(x)) is plotted on a unit circle. Then the student is asked to determine sin(y) and cos(y), where y is closely related to x (e.g. y=x, y=180+x, etc.)

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the moment of inertia of semi and quarter circles using the parallel axis theorem.

Question in Engineering Statics
Replace three tangential forces with an equivalent forcecouple system acting at the center of a circle.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find moment of inertia of a shape which requires the use of the parallel axis theorem for a semicircle.

Question in Xiaodan's workspace
Applied questions that could be done with modulo arithmetic.

Question in Trignometry
Unit circle definition of sin, cos, tan using degrees

Question in Trignometry
Use $\cos^2\theta+\sin^2\theta=1$ and/or an understanding on the unit circle definitions to determine $\cos\theta$ given $\sin\theta$ and the quadrant theta is in.

Question in Trignometry
Use $\cos^2\theta+\sin^2\theta=1$ and/or an understanding on the unit circle definitions to determine $\sin\theta$ given $\cos\theta$ and the quadrant theta is in.

Question in Trignometry
Unit circle definition of sin, cos, tan using degrees

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Recognising that $(xa)^2+(yb)^2=r^2$ is a circle of radius $r$ with centre $(a,b)$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Recognising the equation of a circle.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Recognising the equation of a circle.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Recognising that $(xa)^2+(yb)^2=r^2$ is a circle of radius $r$ with centre $(a,b)$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Recognising that $(xa)^2+(yb)^2=r^2$ is a circle of radius $r$ with centre $(a,b)$

Question in Keith's workspace
Locate the centroid of a rectangle, triangle, and semicircle on a coordinate grid.

Exam (9 questions) in Keith's workspace
These practice questions cover:
 resolving axial forces in a truss structure
 stress & strain in a closed thinwalled pressure vessel (an example of 2D plane stress)
 use of Mohr's circle for determining principal stresses for a 2D plane stress case
 calculation of invariants for general 3D stress case, leading to von Mises stress and principal stresses

Exam (5 questions) in Maria's workspace
Using the unit circle definition of sin, cos and tan, to calculate the exact value of trig functions evaluated at angles that depend on 0, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees.

Question in Chris's workspaceBasic example of the Eukleides extension

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the centroid of a shape made from a rectangle, triangle, and circle.

Question in Terry's workspace
Use $\cos^2\theta+\sin^2\theta=1$ and/or an understanding on the unit circle definitions to determine $\cos\theta$ given $\sin\theta$ and the quadrant theta is in.

Question in Terry's workspace
Use $\cos^2\theta+\sin^2\theta=1$ and/or an understanding on the unit circle definitions to determine $\sin\theta$ given $\cos\theta$ and the quadrant theta is in.

Question in Maths support
Circumference and area of a circle
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Question in C&G 2850 (Level 2) Engineering
Area of circle