Lect06-f10.BallSpringSolids.Ch4 (1)

Lect06-f10.BallSpringSolids.Ch4 (1) - PHYS 172 Modern...

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Fall 2010 PHYS 172: Modern Mechanics Lecture 6 – Ball-Spring Model of Solids, Friction Read 4.1-4.8 EXAM I is next Thursday 8:00-10:00 PM -THURS SEP 16, Elliott Hall Material: Through Section 4.8 in the book. No Lecture Tues., Sept. 14 To give you more time to study for Exam I.
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1. Absences must be excused in advance by filing an Absentee Report form in Rm 144 PHYS. (See the course website.) For emergencies, contact Prof. Hirsch by email as soon as possible, [email protected] . 2. Students approved for separate test environments must contact Prof. Hirsch as soon as possible for further instructions. [email protected] 3. You may NOT bring equations sheets, books, etc. It is a closed book exam. Necessary equations and constants will be provided. DO bring pencils and a calculator which cannot access the internet. Graphing Calculator is okay. 4. You must show your Purdue Student ID card when turning in your completed exam. 5. The exam covers all assigned material in this course through Section 4.8 in the book, including labs, recitations, and homework. 6. Mostly multiple choice questions + 1 hand graded question Exam 1 - Thursday September 16, 8:00-10:00 PM Elliott Hall 8:00-10:00 PM -THURS SEP 16, Elliott Hall
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7. Practice Exam + Solution are on the course website: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/academic_programs/courses/phys172/
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