Lect16-Phys172s11-(9.1-9.3-Multiparticle_systems) - Spring...

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Unformatted text preview: Spring 2011 PHYS 172: Modern Mechanics Lecture 16 – Multiparticle system Read 9.1 – 9.3 EXAM 2 is next week Time: 8:00-10:00 pm Wed March 9th Place: Elliott Hall Material: lectures 9-14 (may require previous material as well) Problems: multiple choice, 14 questions (70 points) write-up part, hand graded (30 points) Equation sheet : provided Practice exam: will be posted Note: no lecture on March 10 Exam Write-up section: Detailed solution must be provided to receive full credit. Writing just an answer may receive 0 points.- Identify principle used, system/surrounding, approximations if necessary- Write down the relevant equation and clearly identify variables- Pay attention to vectors, if a variable is vector – mark it accordingly - Physical quantities have units!- Derivation, if needed, should be provided- If you provide two solutions we will pick the one with more errors Suggestion for multiple choice part and write-up:- Do not skip even simple steps in solutions- Draw relevant diagrams and use them to check the answers (for example direction of a vector) whenever appropriate- Use units in calculations as an additional check Exam Seating Balcony 2: Section 11, Th 10:30 Section 18, Th 9:30 Section 29, W 10:30 Balcony 1: Section 19, Th 1:30 Section 20, Tu 10:30 Section 21, Tu 9:30 Section 23, W 11:30 Section 25, Th 11:30 Section 27, W...
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Lect16-Phys172s11-(9.1-9.3-Multiparticle_systems) - Spring...

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