ME 213 TEST 1 GUIDELINES The test is open-book/open notes.

You may use any paper resourcematerials you think might be helpful. Please don’t swamp yourself with stuff, though. The test is NOT open lap-top, open cell-phone, or (for the record) open neighbor. The test will consist of three short problems - worth a total of 30% - and two long problems, worth 70%. Possible topics for short problems:— Mobility calculations, Barker classification, Transmission Angle, Function/Path/Motion generators. Topics for long problems:— Ranges of fundamental position angles for a Grashof mechanism, Graphical synthesis, using perpendicular bisection. Please note that I’ll be asking for the equation of the line - it won’t be sufficient simply to rough out a picture. The material you’re responsible for was covered in Lectures 1–9. Most of it is to be found in Chapters 2 and 3 of Norton. Transmission angles, toggles, circuits and branches are to be found in sections 4.10-4.12 of Norton.

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