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Phys 341: Final Exam Due Friday Dec. 16 at 5:00 PM This is a take-home final exam, due 5 PM on Friday, Dec. 16. You may give your answers to me in person (room 307 in the Serin Physics Building), leave them in my mailbox (mail room 241 in Serin), or email them as a PDF file (to keeton@physics.rutgers.edu). Let me emphasize that I must receive your answers by 5 PM. In working this exam, you MAY use the textbook, your own class notes, your own homework assignments, and the solutions I have distributed. You MAY NOT use any other book, anyone else’s notes, or the internet. You must work on your own; you MAY NOT discuss any part of the exam with anyone else, whether they are in the class or not, until after the due date. There is a total of 50 possible points on this exam. It is to your advantage to show all work, and to present all steps in a clear and logical way. I will give partial credit for partial solutions, but only if it is clear what you are doing. 1. Imagine that an alien astronomer searching for exoplanets measures the wobble of the Sun caused by Jupiter, and then observes Jupiter transiting the Sun. (Ignore the other planets.)
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