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Ok, I have them now.
I'm sorry about the delay in replying.
The sample problem document does not seem to be related to the current problems. It looks like the ones that we worked on last time.
You might ask your instructor, since the content of the document doesn't match the title. Maybe you were given the wrong document.
In the meantime, I'll see what I can do with these.
Is there a textbook that your course is using, or any other course material that you can refer to?
Unfortunately, what I am finding is a great variety of different types of notation, etc, which will make it nearly impossible to provide solutions that will match what your course is teaching.
Yes. Unfortunately the "soil water calculation tutorial" didn't help with the current problems.
I haven't been able to find an online version of the textbook that I can read. I was able to request the book from a library, but it will take a few days for it to be shipped to my local library. While that won't help get this done today, it may help with some future assignments.
The HW5 document would help more if I had the diagram that went with that particular problem.
That was my initial expectation...but it doesn't fit. For one thing, the part about water flowing from "left to right" doesn't correspond with the positions of point A and point B in the diagram.
I think that this is what they are looking for:
I'd appreciate hearing about any feedback that you receive about this.
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Are there any file sharing sites that will work for you?
Would email work better? (Note that the site requires a small additional charge for that service.)
Try the link following this post. Please let me know if you have any trouble accessing the file that way.