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Physics 100 – Fall 2007 pick one from the list use it during the class register afterwards Lane, Charles Kenneth Quezada, Andres Luca Rain, Caitlin Evans Simmons, Avery K West, Brett Thomas Done after class Register/re-register i-clicker A6 F7 B5 K2 D4 K5 E5 M1 E6 N4 F2 Need to re-register:
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Physics 100 – Fall 2007 Monday 8/27 Pretest 1 due Pretest 2 posted Tuesday Wednesday 8/29 HW 1 due HW 2 posted Thursday Friday 8/31 Pretest 2 due Monday 9/3 Labor Day No Class Pretest 3 posted Tuesday Wednesday 9/5 HW 3 posted HE 1 posted Thursday Friday 9/7 HW 2 due Schedule
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Physics 100 – Fall 2007 Online Resources – How Things Work Cases For cases, see the HTW Student Companion Website This is also available via External Links on the Course Blackboard site.
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Physics 100 – Fall 2007 “skater” A constant force is exerted on a “skater” that is initially at rest on “ice” – an air track. The force acts for a short time interval and gives her a certain final speed. To reach the same final speed with a force that is only half as big, the force must be exerted for a time interval A. four times as long as B. twice as long as C. equal to D. half as long as E. a quarter of that for the stronger force. Answer: B
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Physics 100 – Fall 2007 Body Mass Index (BMI) = (mass [kg])/(height [m])2 To calculate BMI using English units of pounds-mass and inches, one converts each unit by multiplying by factors of magnitude one, as shown below: Note that you can check your method by canceling units as algebraic quantities as shown.
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