Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Questions and Answers  


You can find $q$ as a function of $\theta$ on the bump by setting $\psi$ to a constant which is determined from $r=\infty,y=h$.




Hm, OK. It will be due Tuesday after the Thanksgiving. Note that you will have two homeworks due on that week.




But, can you prove that the force has no component in $\vec{j}$? This is easier to do and will guide you towards the right solution to find the component along $\vec{i}$.




That's right. It has been corrected.




Question #2 is clear, just answer the question.




Yes, the answer is for the drag coefficient. And yes, your answer is correct.




The problems A1Q1, A1Q3, A4Q1, A6Q1, A6Q2, A7Q3 are excluded from the final. All other problems given in the assignments are included.




As noted in the Syllabus, the final exam is given at the time specified by UA: 


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