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# 237solutions1 - Note You may not reference solutions 2 and...

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Solutions/Hints – Module #1 & GRE Practice #1 Module #1: Getting Started 1. a. proton b. same c. proton 2. b 3. a & d 4. a, c, & d Discussion Questions 1. a. see chapter 1 b. see sections 2.2-2.3 c. see section 2.4 2. a. see section 4.1 b. see section 4.2 c. see section 4.5-4.8 d. see section 4.9-4.11 Enrichment Problem 1. 3 i h p 2 2. ni h x n " 1 3. ni h p n " 1 4. The test function reminds you to use the product rule.
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Unformatted text preview: Note: You may not reference solutions 2 and 3 for your homework, but must derive your homework solutions. Note: Don’t forget the following useful relation: [ A , BC ] = ABC " BCA = ABC " BAC + BAC " BCA = [ A , B ] C + B [ A , C ] This is often easier to use then working with the actual derivatives. GRE Practice #1: 10-E, 1-C, 27-B, 29-B...
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