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Unformatted text preview: Print your Name: Print your MSU NetID (@msu.edu): You worked with (list names): Due Thursday, Mar 13, 2008 (late papers not accepted, can hand in anytime before this date.) This paper is worth 50% of the class paper grade; because it is available on the Angel website and in class, it is not a droppable class paper. You must explain your answers to receive credit. Answer the numbered questions 1-10. If you need extra paper, attach the sheets with a staple (no fold-overs or paper clips those papers will be considered lost.) DO NOT COPY ANSWERS. Write your own or get a zero for this assignment. You can talk to other people, but you cannot copy their answers. If you let other people copy your answers you will also get a zero. ASTEROID LEARNING GOALS : 1. The relationship between volume and density and mass. 2. Estimate the kinetic energy of a fast-moving asteroid in Joules. 3. Use and convert distance and time and energy units in the MKS system....
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course CEP, ISS 341, 215 taught by Professor Hussein,cartwright during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08