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Unformatted text preview: Physics 122 Spring 2009 Document #15: Homework Assignment #05 page 1 of 10 PHYS 122: Homework Assignment #05 February 16, 2009 This homework due in Box outside of Rock 207: 5:00 PM Sharp, Monday, February 23, 2009 Announcements: Please pick up your graded First Hour Exam. See posting on web site under Grades for a distribution and interpretation of the scores. See Handout #14 for official policy on requesting re-grades on the exams. Due to research obligations, Mr. Covault will be out of the country for most of this week. Office hours are canceled (sorry). Prof. Gavin Buxton will give the lecture Wednesday, February 17th. Mr. Covault can be reached most easily by email during this time. Impor- tant! Please put Physics 122 in your email the subject header so I know that I am getting email from a student in the course! Note that the lecture on Friday, February 19th is postponed to a time and date TBD. Physics 122 Spring 2009 Document #15: Homework Assignment #05 page 2 of 10 Problem 1. Note that the following problem will be graded for effort not content. Students who coherently address the following problem can expect to receive full credit. The First Hour Exam (with solutions) is posted online at: http://www.phys.cwru.edu/courses/p122/hour_01.pdf Please compare carefully the work that you have done on the exam against the posted solu- tions. Do this first. For each problem where you earned less than 80% of the available points, re-work the as- signed problem, and submit this re-work with your homework. For example, if you earned a score of 23 points or less on Problem 1, then take a blank sheet of paper and work Problem 1 on that blank sheet. Do this for each of the three problems. Be sure to check your new solution against the posted solution to be sure you have done the problem correctly. If not, correct your work. Write a short paragraph (200 words or less) addressing the following: if you performance on the exam was less than what you expected, please describe one or two things that could have been done to improve your score. This would include actions that could have been taken by you, or by the course staff. Alternatively, if you did as well or better than you expected, describe one or two things done that were most important for your success. This would include actions that could have been taken by you, or by the course staff. Possible subjects for discussion might include, for example, lectures (your attendence, my presentations),...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2009 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Covault during the Spring '08 term at Case Western.
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