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Phys350 Homework—Ch 10 1 KEY KEY KEY KEY Name: ALSO: NAME on BACK of last page FOLD the long way with THIS COVER PAGE on INSIDE Reading: C & J Chapter 10, sections 10.1, 10.2 (skim), 10.3, 10.4, 10.9 Required Questions and Problems (to turn in): On attached pages—complete your work on the sheets provided. Problems marked with an “(ex)” will probably be done in class as example problems, but you are still required to complete them and turn them in. Check your work: Answers are not always provided. Practice checking your answers in other ways: Alternate method : Try it another way to see if you can get the same answer. Magnitude : is it a reasonable size? Sign : is it correct? Units : are they correct? Note: Some needed information might not be given. You may need to look up certain quantities. Warning: Plagiarism constitutes the substantially verbatim use of material obtained from a source without citing that source. Copying from a classmate or any other source may seem like a good idea at the time, especially if you did not study or if you run out of time to do an assignment. Before you consider any form of academic dishonesty, consider the following: ° It could result in your being suspended from class or expelled from the college. ° This not only applies to copying from other people, but also from any texts, books, or other unauthorized resources. ° Make sure you don’t copy, and no one else copies from you. ° If copying is detected by myself or a grader when grading your paper (any paper—homework, lab, etc.), not only will your paper receive a score of “0” but so also will the person’s from whom you copied—two zeros for the price of one! IN ADDITION, you will also receive a letter from the campus discipline officer notifying you that a discipline file has been created in your name. Bummer! Problem Solving Requirements You must include (as appropriate): Organization: o Diagram : Sketch a well-labeled diagram of the situation. o Symbols : Assign each quantity its own symbol, and write down its numerical value if applicable. o Explanation : Explain any assumptions, reasons, etc. in words as you go. Solution : Solve the problem in symbols , without numbers as much as possible. THEN (& ONLY THEN) Numbers : Substitute in numbers at the end , if necessary.
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