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Problem 1.3 A machinist drills a circular hole in a panel with radius r D 5 mm.

Determine the circumference C and area A of the hole to four signicant digits.

Solution:
C D 2 r D 10 D 31.42 mm A D r 2 D 25 D 78.54 mm2

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Problem 1.7 On August 20, 1974, Nolan Ryan threw the rst baseball pitch measured at over 100 mi/h. The measured speed was 100.9 mi/h. Determine the speed of the pitch to four signicant digits (a) in ft/s; (b) in km/h.

Solution:
(a) v D 100.9 mi h mi h 5280 ft 1 mi 5280 ft mi 1h 3600 s D 148.0 ft s

(b)

v D 100.9

0.3048 m ft

1 km 1000 m

D 162.4 km/h

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Problem 1.14 The cross-sectional area of a beam is 480 in2 . What is its cross-section in m2 ? Solution: Convert units using Table 1.2. The result:
480 in2 1 ft 12 in
2

0.3048 m 1 ft

D 0.30967 . . . m2 D 0.310 m2

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Problem 1.19 The moment of inertia of the rectangular area about the x axis is given by the equation
1 ID 3 bh3 .

Solution:
(a) ID 1 200 mm 100 mm 3
3

D 66.7 106 mm4

The dimensions of the area are b D 200 mm and h D 100 mm. Determine the value of I to four signicant digits in terms of (a) mm4 ; (b) m4 ; (c) in4 .
y

(b)

I D 66.7 106 mm4

1m 1000 mm 1 in 25.4 mm

D 66.7 10

m4

(c)

I D 66.7 106 mm4

D 160 in4

h x

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Problem 1.21

The equation D My I

Solution:
(a) D N My (N-m)m D 2 D I m4 m My 2000 N-m 0.1 m D I 7 10 5 m4 D 59,700 lb ft2 1 lb 4.448 N 0.3048 m ft
2

is used in the mechanics of materials to determine normal stresses in beams. (a) When this equation is expressed in terms of SI base units, M is in newton-meters (N-m), y is in meters (m), and I is in meters to the fourth power (m4 ). What are the SI units of ? If M D 2000 N-m, y D 0.1 m, and I D 7 10 5 m4 , what is the value of in U.S. Customary base units?
(b)

(b)

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