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ESC101 – Engineering Science Praxis I – 20089 Lecture 1 Jason Foster & Rob Irish (Most) Everything You Need to Know
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Images courtesy How to distribute the clickers evenly throughout the class? Q: 1 2 3 Turn the clicker on Click on your answer You can change your answer by clicking again (and again) Check your status Green is good; red means try again (and let us know)
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Assume clickers and walls have similar magnitude positive charge Minimize the energy in the room by passing the clickers around http://claymore.engineer.gvsu.edu/~jackh/education/java/book/applets/graphlayout/index.html An “Energy Minimization” Simulation 1 2 A: Go!
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Laboratories They’re 40% of your ESC101 grade!
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The Praxis Sequence So about the next four terms…
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ESC101 Praxis I ESC470 Energy Systems Capstone Design ESC471 !" Capstone Design ESC102 Praxis II ESC201 Praxis III AER201 Engineering Design ESC202 Praxis IV Legend Laboratory Design Development & Change
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ESC101 20079
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ESC101 20079
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ESC101 20079 Significant revisions in 20089 to better link with CIV102 (and reduce workload)
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