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### 3220_PS13

Course: PHYSICS 3220, Fall 2008
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3220 Physics Quantum Mechanics 1 Fall 2008 Problem Set #13 Due Wednesday, December 10 at 2pm Problem 13.1: Surveys! (20 points) Please take the following surveys. You will not be graded for accuracy for these surveys, you get credit just for participating. a) http://www.colorado.edu/sei/surveys/Fall08/Clicker Phys3220 fa08-post.html b)...

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