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Week one PHY 119

Week one PHY 119 - results On Wednesday the experiments...

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Three of a kind Jacks Week 1 Paul Robison: Recorder Jessie Seward: Moderator Travis Skoog: Spokesperson Attendance: Mon. Jan. 14th- 3/3 Wed. Jan 16th- 3/3 Participation: Mon. Jan. 14th- 3/3 Wed. Jan 16th- 3/3 Preparations: Everyone had all the materials necessary to conduct the experiments except functioning calculators. We could seem to A) remember to bring them. or B) Get batteries for them. Other than that everyone had the materials to function properly. Pros and Cons: On Monday and Wednesday we had great conversation getting to know each other. Again we had problems bringing functioning calculators but it did not seem to hinder our results. Monday the spring experiments were a bit hectic but we got our
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Unformatted text preview: results. On Wednesday the experiments went much better, our group worked very well together and we achieved accurate and quick results. On the whole our group greatly enjoyed the breaks and the visual learning options that Stu uses. Feedback and Summary: Again the visual learning experiments were most helpful in explaining the different types of waves. The most confusing topics seemed to be those involving the terminology; period, frequency, amplitude. Attempting to find relationships between period, frequency, amplitude, and mass was especially tricky business....
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