SR Oral Presentation Guide

SR Oral Presentation Guide - Name Topic Virginia Bardsley...

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Name Topic Virginia Bardsley 36 Galen Crew 52-53 Erik Dennihy 26 Robert Jadczak 36 Jerred Jesse 26 Daniel Kreisler 52-53 Achevi Kuri 52-53 Kirk Lemmen 36 Kara Ponder 36 Alec Stein 26 Joseph Toddy 26 Landon Woodward 52-53 Tara Hufford 67 Tomas Koci 67
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General Guidelines: Your presentation should be geared to the level of a 4102 classmates who is NOT intimately familiar with the particulars of the paradox you are discussing. !!! WARNING !!! Do not plan to read verbatim the “solution” to the paradox as given in Taylor and Wheeler. Rather, use the solution in Taylor and Wheeler as a guide to formulate your OWN presentation in your OWN words. Be prepared to answer questions about the paradox that were not speciFcally addressed in Taylor in Wheeler. In other words, I want you to know the paradox inside and out, and be able to explain it using a variety of modalities, including words, diagrams, and equations, quite possibly beyond what is explicitly presented in Taylor in Wheeler ʼ s solution (which often “skips steps”). 1. Start with a one sentence summary of the paradox.
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course PHYS 4102 taught by Professor Fertig during the Spring '11 term at UGA.

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