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Unformatted text preview: PHY 2004 Exams Fall 2010 All here in NPB 1001 Midterm: Best two 30 points each 1. Sept. 20 Pd 8 (33:50 PM) 2. Oct. 20 Pd 8 (33:50 PM) 3. Nov. 19 Pd 8 (33:50 PM) Final Dec. 13 (35 PM) 40 points unless third midterm better than final in which case final =30 points and other midterm=10 points) In class questions = bonus of 5 % UNITS Simple metric meter (m), kilogram (kg), second (s) Standard International Units (SI) NOT British: foot, pound , second SCALARS and VECTORS Physics is quantitative. Numbers give precise information and predictability Important difference Scalars: magnitude only weight, volume, length (one number) Vectors: magnitude + direction force, geographical position, velocity, magnetic field Need reference axes: N Vector Addition...
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 Applied Physics, Mass, International System of Units, Kilogram, inclass quizzes, S. Sullivan Fall

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