Exercise 1.5: Small scale map projections cannot preserve both shape and size. Analyze the mops on the previous page and answer the following questions. 1. Map A is most likely which type of projection? Explain your reasoning. 2. Map B is most likely which type of projection? Explain your reasoning. 3. Map C is most likely which type of projection? Explain your reasoning. 4. Out of the three types of projections (Conformal, Equivalent (or equal area) or Compromise), which projection would be the best for measuring the extent of a Tropical Rainforest? Explain your reasoning. 5. Out of the three types of projections (Conformal, Equivalent (or equal area) or Compromise), which projection would be the best for a general reference world map? Explain your reasoning.

Exercise 1.3: Now you try a few conversions using the following conversion factors. Show your work.

Exercise 1.2: Open the Lab 1 Digital Map: and answer the following questions. You may also access this map from Canvas. Go to the Fullerton College Bookmark. Using the Measure Distance Tool, answer these questions: 1. The Red Pushpin is the location of the library. Imagine that you were to exit the building (blue pushpin) and walk to your car (green pushpin). You can only walk along the sidewalk until you get to the parking lot. How far is it in feet from the building's exit to your car?______ 2. You need to drive from the blue star to the orange star. What is the difference in miles if you take N. Berkley Ave versus N. Lemon St. and Nutwood Pl? How accurate are your measurements? Let's find out. Change the Basemap to Imagery and go to the Valencia High School Bookmark to measure the length of the football field. Note: Football fields are 100 yards between the goal lines. I marked the goal lines in yellow on this image: 3. How close were you to the actual length? Return to the Fullerton College Bookmark (with Basemap as Imagery). 4. Using the measure area tool, measure the area of the field I labeled. How many sq. feet is it?

Lab One: Measurements, Metric Conversions, and Map Comprehension Exercise 1.1: 1. Draw a line on a piece of paper. a. Using a ruler, measure the line in inches and in centimeters. b. Take a picture of the line with the ruler, so I can check your measurement. c. Record the measurement as both a fraction and decimal. Line in Inches (as a fraction and a decimal) Line in centimeters (as a fraction and a decimal) Insert image of line and ruler here: What if you didn't have access to a ruler? Knowing the size of common household goods may come in handy. 2. Measure the width and height of a credit card, gift card or ID. What is the width in inches? Height? 3. Measure the height of a standard 12 ounce can of soda or similar beverage? a. What is the diameter of the lid? 4. Revisit the line you drew in Problem 1, approximately how many quarters is the length of that line? What does this tell you about the approximate length in inches?

*12-48. The race car starts from rest and travels along a straight road until it reaches a speed of 26 m/s in 8 s as shown on the vr graph. The flat part of the graph is caused by shifting gears. Draw the a-t graph and determine the maximum acceleration of the car.

G_{1}=+5.1 \%, G_{2}=-2.8 \%, \quad \text { Sta. } P V I=68+70 f t Given: Elev. PVI = 327.5 ft.,L= 500 ft. Required: 1- Sta. and Elev. of PVC and PVT 2- e 3- Elevation of the Highest point on the curve 4- Elevation of even 100 ft station on the curve

A high-speed drill reaches 2000 rpm in 0.50 s. What is the drill's angular acceleration? Through how many revolutions does it turn during this first0.50 s?

The four masses shown in are connected by massless, rigid rods. a. Find the coordinates of the center of mass. b. Find the moment of inertia about an axis that passes through mass A and is perpendicular to the page.

*12-24. The acceleration of a particle traveling along a straight line is a= 1/4 s1/2 m/s2, where s is in meters. If v=0,s=1m when t=0, determine the particle's velocity at s=2 m.

12-95. The basketball passed through the hoop even though it barely cleared the hands of the player B who attempted to block it. Neglecting the size of the ball,determine the magnitude va of its initial velocity and the height h of the ball when it passes over player B.