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1 Review for Test #1 on September 13 Topics: Foundations of Astronomy - measurement, exponential notation, etc. The Copernican Revolution - Newton’s Laws, Gravitation, etc. Radiation and the Electromagnetic Spectrum - Black bodies Atoms and Spectroscopy - Doppler Effect, Bohr model Telescopes Methods • Conceptual Review and Practice Problems Chapters 0 - 3 • Review lectures (on-line) and know answers to clicker questions • Try practice quizzes on-line (in MA) •Bring: • Two Number 2 pencils and your Lobo ID • Simple calculator (no electronic notes) Reminder: There are NO make-up tests for this class Test #1 Review How to take a multiple choice test 1) Before the Test: Study hard Get plenty of rest the night before 2) During the Test: Draw simple sketches to help visualize problems Solve numerical problems in the margin Come up with your answer first, then look for it in the choices If you can’t find the answer, try process of elimination
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