Biomech-Intro+and+Statics-Lecture 3

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Course Policies Homework Late homework will not be graded and will receive a zero. I will try my best to post solutions in a timely manner. Some assignments may be long, hard, and often (seemingly) tedious, but they will prepare you for the exams. So try not to copy your friend’s assignments, or split the assignment and share the answers.
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Course Policies Exams There will be 3 exams. They are cumulative. They are closed book. They will be hard but very fair and will be designed to determine if you understand the material, not if you can regurgitate it. Do not use a programmable calculator, do not copy from your neighbors, do not try in any way shape or form to cheat.
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Course Policies Citing Literature In assignments I may ask you to find and/or review some information from the scientific literature. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE during these assignments, properly cite ANY reference material you use to formulate your answers, and DO NOT EVER directly quote text from one of these sources (not even if you put the
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Unformatted text preview: text in quotation marks). This is plagiarism. Course Policies References Please use the following format for citations: Number the citations in the order in which they appear in your assignment in its entirety. If you repeat a reference, use the number that you used the first time you cited it. At the end of the assignment, add a section called "References", and list the references you cited in numerical order. Use the Concepts from Statics So there is a difference between mass and weight Mass is the amount of matter in something It measures how much inertia, or resistance to being moved, an object has Weight is a measure of how strongly gravity pulls on something. It depends on the amount of attraction between the object and the earth (moon, planet, etc.) Concepts from Statics Once again, check your units Very important, common reason for getting the wrong answer Dont confuse weight and mass...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course BIOENG 125 taught by Professor Freedmen during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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