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Physics Schedule For Week 6 March 3 - 7, 2008 Friday March 10, 2008 Finish Ch. 7 Notes Assignments: Finish Ch. 7 Homework Finish Ch. 7 Practice Quiz (if not finished in class) Tuesday March 11, 2008 Go over Practice Quiz Assignments: Study for Thursday’s TEST over the Ch. 7 packet (force & motion in two dimensions) and Ch. 7 from your book (universal gravitation) Wednesday March 12, 2008 QUIZ: Universal Gravitation Assignments: Study for tomorrow’s TEST over the Ch. 7 packet (force & motion in two dimensions) and Ch. 7 from your book (universal gravitation) Thursday March 13, 2008 TEST: Ch. 7 and Ch. 7 Work on Ch. 9 (NOT CHAPTER 8!!!) assignment below Assignments: Read Section 9.1 (p. 229-233) Do #1-5 on p. 233, due tomorrow. THERE WILL BE B AN OPEN-
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Unformatted text preview: HOMEWORK QUIZ OVER THESE 5 PROBLEMS AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS. • Begin Ch. 9 homework, due Tuesday: #32, 36, 40, … 72, plus 73-81 odd* • Next week’s schedule should be posted to the class website by this evening. Please print out a copy. Friday March 14, 2008 • Open-homework QUIZ over impulse and momentum • Discuss conservation of momentum in one-dimensional situations Assignments: • Continue Ch. 9 Homework • Corrections to the Ch. 7 2 test must be checked-in in person before the next exam. Don’t wait until the last minute – You must successfully complete each problem to receive credit! *To check answers, you may consult the teacher’s edition in the classroom set of textbooks....
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