What is the real secret to pass the PE Exam? Is there a secret, or is it just good preparation? In this article (and video above), I ask that question to a practicing engineer Mason Mallard. Mason is a former professional baseball player, now a mechanical engineer who works for EMA Engineering in Texas and just turned 25 years old and recently passed the PE HVAC exam in January!
Angle of rotation problems can come up in several NCEES FE Exams: Civil, Mechanical, and Other Disciplines. In mathematics, the angle of rotation is a measurement of the amount, of namely angle, that a figure is rotated about a fixed point, often the center of a circle.
A clockwise rotation is considered a negative rotation, so that, for instance, a rotation of 310 degrees (counter clockwise) can also be called a rotation of negative 50° (since 310 degrees + 50 degrees = 360 degrees, a full rotation ( or turn)).
A counter clockwise rotation of more than one complete turn is normally measured modjulo 360 degrees, meaning that 360 degrees is subtracted off as many times as possible to leave a non-negative measurement less than 360 degrees.
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