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Answer: Determine the distance z to the centroid of the

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Problem 9-85

Determine the distance z to the centroid of the shape that consists of a cone with a hole of height h = 50 mm bored into its base. z y x C 150 mm 50 mm h 500 mm _ z Prob. 985

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The City 1939 Music by Aaron Copeland About urban reform movements Looking back to past (rural values, the folk) Creation of suburban life World War II: The International Crisis I: The Rise of Fascism II: American Neutrality III: World at War IV: The American Century Terms Benito Mussolini “American First” Committee Adolf Hitler Lend-Lease Act Munich Pact Tri-partite Pact German-Soviet Non-Aggression Act Pearl Harbor Isolationism D-day Internationalism Henry Luce  Two biggest crisis’s: o Great Depression (1030’s) o World War II  Threatened existence of Unites States I: The Rise of Fascism  1920-03’s Great Depression o International o Particularly bad in Europe o Shook economic in European places o Suggest failure of democracy o Gave rise to fascism in Europe (political movement)  Italy, Benito Mass o 1 big dramatic example of fascism (1920’s) o Changed government a lot o Took over politics o Expands crusade in Africa (Ethiopia) o Recapturing the greatness in Roe  Germany, Adolf Hitler o Rise of socialist party (Nazi) o Make advances in politics o 1930, elected chancellor, powerful o Beat up opponent, outlawed o “Today Germany, tomorrow the world” (slogan)  Japan o Military imperialism o Invade Manchuria (1930) o Expand southeast Asia  Characteristic’s in common o Authority governments  Non-democratic o Intensity nationalist  Not just patriotic (specific to country)  Mythical destiny of people  Recapture the past  Mussolini (recapture power of Rome) o Radically exclusive  Glorifying ethic/racial purity  Wipe out other groups  Mussolini/Hitler gives Jews a bad time in Europe  War in Europe o Comes from Germany expansion o Hitler wanted to build up military/air force o Mid 1930’s German military is biggest and most powerful o Hitler aimed to expand Germany in central Europe o English and French are worried  Munich Conference which lead to the Munich Pact o French and English get together with Hitler to talk about German expansion o Hitler refuses to back down o French and English try to make agreement  Hitler can take over Techilsivac, he will stop after that o Chamberlin makes announcement about peace o Hitler took over whole country o 1939, shook the European system (German-Soviet Non- Aggression Act between Hitler and Stalin) o Communist government in Russia and German government hates each other  Agreed to not be enemies  September 1939, Hitler launched invasion on Poland (between Soviet Union and Germany)  Stalin let Hitler invade Poland  Staling moved to Poland (east)  Started WW2  English declared war on Germany  In a few days, broke out in war  Germany army launched an attack on low countries (Belgium, Denmark, Norway, and France) o French surrendered, German took over o June 1940, England still making it II: American Neutrality  1930’s, embraced isolationism (official policy of American government) o Not getting involved in war  WW1 disillusion experience  Didn’t want to get into war again  American First Committee o Isolationist company o Inducing minding own business o Charles Lindbergh  Big supporter, made speeches o Henry Ford  Roosevelt was not an isolationist o Embraced internationalism  Argue America wasn’t biggest economy  Can not come home and stay there  Intention interest (economy, politically) o Understands most people isolationist o Stayed under radar o Ex. Lend-Lease Act (1940’s, passed 1941)  Clever  Military support to England  Giving military supplies (tanks, air support)  Not directly involved  Becomes artisal of democracy  Asia, far east o 1930-40’s, growing tension with American government o Expanded o Tri-partite Pact (1940)  Multiple defense treaty (alliance between Germany, Japan, and Italy)  Pearl Harbor (Dec. 4 , 1941) o Sneak attack from Japanese on American naval base (Hawaii) o Morning/wave of Japanese bomber planes o Battle ships went down/hurt o 2,5000 people killed (Americans) o Part of fleet were in ocean and weren’t destroyed o Dec. 25 , Roosevelt “date that with live in infirmly”  Passed on declaration of war  United States WW2 end of 1941 III: World at War  Massive mobilization in United States o Declaration war in couple days o Commanded massive mobilization  Economy, massive order of war equipment o Tanks, uniforms, guns, etc. o American industry giving up to meet that demand o Pulled out of depression o Thousands of people hired o Gross amount of product doubled  1945, end of WW2 o 86,000 tanks o 300,000 airplanes o 6,500 naval ships o 15,000,000 machine guns, rifles  Expansion of government buracay o 1941, 1 million o 1945, 4 million  Armed forces exploded in size o End of WW2, 15 million were in armed service o 31 million registered in draft words  Europe o Hitler made worse military mistakes  1941, tear up Soviet  Invade Russia  Disaster  Russia is huge country  Invasion fails, used a lot of man power  United States, England, and France planned invasions o D-day (June 6, 1944)  Invade Enormity region  1945, Russian (east), American and English (west) o Surrounded Berlin o Hitler commits suicide o German government surrenders  Pacific o Naval war o America rebuilds o Push towards Japan o 1944-45, island hopping campaign  Atomic bomb in Japan o America used atomic bomb (summer 1945) o Jandn refused to surrender, dropped in Hiroshima o 2 bomb in another city in Japan o Later, Japan government surrendered IV: The American Century  Most powerful nation (military and economically)  Henry Luce (Time and Life magazine) o American Century (publish essay, beginning of war)  Argued that A. would be leader of the world o War brought essay to life  Lurking real issues o Causalities of WW2  300,00 killed  700,000 wounded o Soviet Union  21 million people killed o Concentration camps (death camps)  Nazi tried exterminated Jews  6 million Jews o Atomic bomb  Suggest in new and dangerous territory

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Textbook: Engineering Mechanics: Statics
Edition: 14
Author: Russell C. Hibbeler
ISBN: 9780133918922

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