Six-Minute Solutions for Mechanical PE Exam Mechanical Systems and Materials Problems (SXMM2)

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Copyright: 2008
Page Count: 80
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Harriet G. Cooke, PE

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    Harriet G. Cooke, PE, received her professional engineering license in North Carolina in 1998. She holds three patents and several trade secrets, and has written a series of technical papers. Ms. Cooke received her bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1991.


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    Six-Minute Solutions for Mechanical PE Exam Mechanical Systems and Materials Problems (SXMM2), 2nd Edition

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    With an average of only six minutes to solve each problem on the Mechanical PE exam, speed and accuracy are vital to your success—and nothing gets you up to speed like solving problems.

    Six-Minute Solutions prepares you to answer even the most difficult morning and afternoon mechanical systems and materials problems in just minutes. Learning important strategies to solve these problems quickly and efficiently is the key to passing the Mechanical PE exam.

    Beat the Clock on the Mechanical PE Exam

    • 85 challenging multiple-choice problems, similar in format and difficulty to the actual exam

    • Two levels of difficulty: 19 morning (breadth) problems and 66 afternoon (depth) problems

    • A hint for each problem, to help you get started on the right path

    • Step-by-step solutions outlining how to answer problems quickly and correctly

    • Explanations of the three "distractor" answer choices, so you can see where common errors occur and learn how to avoid them

    Mechanical Systems and Materials Exam Topics Covered

    • Principles of Mechanical Systems and Materials

    • Applications: Joints and Fasteners

    • Applications: Materials and Process

    • Applications: Mechanical Components

    • Applications: Vibration/Dynamic Analysis

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