Class 8 - Engineers Without Borders Freshmen Leadership...

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Engineers Without Borders Freshmen Leadership Board Monday, 9/26, 7 pm Lind 5 General Chapter Meeting Wednesday, 9/28, 7 pm Tate 133 •Get involved with a student group engineering sustainable solutions in international partner communities •Leadership positions •Resume builder •Meet people •Have fun! You Decide
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2 Projectile Motion Physics 1301, Fall 2011: Class 8 Tuesday, September 20, 2011
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Lecture on Dark Matter 3 Roger Blandford, Stanford University The Dark Side of the Universe McNamara Alumni Center, 7:00 pm Today
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4 Objectives: Tuesday, September 120 Projectile Motion Problems in Projectile Motion
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5 Demonstrations 1d60.16 Howitzer with mass and pulley 1d60.20 Simultaneous fall 1d60.30 Monkey and hunter 1d60.40 Range of gun 1d60.65 Water trough trajectory
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Strategy for Projectile Problems Make a table with two columns, one for the horizontal axis variables and one for the vertical axis variables Mark which variables you know and which ones you don t know Start with the axis with the fewest unknowns. Solve
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