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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide for ISP205 Final eview Session: PRINT OUT AND BRING THIS STUDY GUIDE. ASK QUESTIONS! 6 PM Friday May 1 in Natural Sciences room 326. he final will be 2/3 over the material since midterm 3, to the same level of detail as the midterms. The other 1/3 will be over the material covered on the midterms, mostly aimed at major concepts (but you should know some obvious key factoids about planets such as their order out from the Sun, their relative sizes, the surface and atmospheric conditions on Mars and Venus). his study guide includes several of the most important slides from the lectures since Midterm 3. Some questions are asked on each slide, in blue italics. You should know the answers. If you dont, I have given some short and cryptic answers on the final page of this Study Guide, to help you get started towards figuring out more complete answers. IMPORTANT! Just knowing what is in this study guide is NOT enough to get you a high grade in this course. You are responsible for knowing about all of the topics I have talked about in class. ou should also review the following material that is available on the course web site www.pa.msu.edu/courses/isp205/sec-1 or on Angel. the study guides for the three midterms. the homework problems and answers. I asked you the homework questions so that you would learn the answers and/or how to solve the problems. Hint, hint. the lecture notes since Midterm 1. se the textbook to help explain the things that you dont understand as you review all of the above. Remember that specific references to the textbook are given in [square brackets] on the PowerPoint slides. Also, remember that there is a reading schedule that is part of the Course Syllabus, which can be viewed from the Angel Lessons tab. ROF. BALDWINS OFFICE HOURS (including during finals week): Mo 12:30-1:30, Tu 10:00-11:00, Fr 3:00-4:00 in room 3270 BPS. INAL EXAM: 3-5 PM WEDNESDAY May 6, in Anthony Hall room 1281 OURSE GRADES available on Angel by Wednesday May 13. Ill send everybody an e-mail when they are ready. What are the orbits like for stars (and gas) in the three different components? What is the Hubble type of our Galaxy? What are SB galaxies? What are E0 and E6 galaxies? 1 ow does this lead to the gradual build-up of the chemical elements heavier than elium?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ISP 215 taught by Professor Hartman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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