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Key Study Materials Clicker questions from lecture. Your CAPAs. Your Recitation Assignments and Lab. Prepare your 8.5”x11” double-sided information sheet. Old practice exam on CULearn. Dr. Michael Dubson’s Chapter Notes & review materials. L9 M 2/1/10 1 Physics 2010
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L9 M 2/1/10 Physics 2010 2 Tomorrow evening at 7:30 PM: Bring a #2 pencil, an eraser, and a calculator. Prepare your 8.5” x 11” hand written information sheet. No cell phones! Exam given in G1B30 and G1B20: G1B30: Vivek Kaila - sections 211, 213, 217 Weisen Shen - 207 Emrah Turgut- 208, 210 G1B20: Joe Yelk – 203, 204 Naresh Sen – 201, 205
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L9 M 2/1/10 Physics 2010 3 Review …. Math Skills: Unit conversion Algebra Trigonometry: sin, cos, tan, inverse trig functions, Pythagorean Theorem Vectors: finding components from a vector’s length and direction. finding a vector’s length and direction from its components. adding vectors: graphically & with components.
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L9 M 2/1/10 Physics 2010 4 A = 2 B = 1 C = 3 θ A = 30 θ B = 45 Given: A sin θ A = 2(1/2) = 1 A cos θ A = 2( 3/2)= 3 B sin θ B = 1 ( 2/2) = 2/2 A  = ( 3 ,1) = (1.7,1) B  = ( 2 / 2, 2 / 2) = ( .71,.71) C  = (0, 3) - 2/2 = -1( 2/2) = B cos θ B
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