110209 - Physics 121 2/9/11 2/9/11 1 2/9/11 1.1 Physics 122...

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Physics 121 2/9/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 1 2/9/11 1 Physics 122 2/9/11 2 Physics 122 2/9/11 3 Physics 122 1.1 Y N 1.2 1.3 1.4 a 20% 80% a 91% 76% 39% b 28% 72% b 6% 3% 8% c 51% 49% c 1% 20% 43% d 86% 14% d 3% 1% 10% e 24% 76% f 18% 82%
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Physics 121 2/9/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 2 2/9/11 4 Physics 122 2/9/11 5 Physics 122 2/9/11 6 Physics 122 yf t y f x t ii == () ( ,)
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Physics 121 2/9/11 Prof. E. F. Redish 3 2/9/11 9 Physics 122 2/9/11 10 Physics 122 y t y x Why do I draw beads on the x-graph but not on the t? Are the widths of the x- and t-graphs the same?
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