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8 August 2007 Homework Service Book Physics Chapters 23 to 64 High School Questions Contact homework computer at World Wide Web URL https://hw.utexas.edu/ information: https://hw.utexas.edu/bur/overview.html signup: https://hw.utexas.edu/bur/instrGuestEID.html contact: [email protected]
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Homework Service Book — Physics - 2 - 00 Editing Examples 00-01 Basic Templates 00-02 User-Defined Macros 00-03 Figure Files 00-04 Basic Control Structures 00-05 Advanced Control Structures 00-06 Special Purpose Templates 00-07 Basic Functions 00-08 Special Functions 00-09 Basic T E X Techniques 00-10 Basic Tables 00-11 Special Use Tables 00-12 Using Macros in T E X 00-13 Basic PSTricks Techniques 00-14 Basic Graphs 00-15 Using Figure Files in PSTricks 00-16 Special Figures 00-17 Using Macros in PSTricks 00-18 Basic PPCHTeX Techniques 00-19 PPCHTeX and PSTricks 00-20 Basic Biology Templates 00-21 Basic Chem Templates 00-22 Basic PPCHTeX Structures 00-23 Electron Dot Templates 00-24 Complicated Chem Structures 00-25 Basic CS Templates 00-26 CS Structures 00-27 Basic Math Templates 00-28 Math Graphs 00-29 Basic Physics Templates 00-30 Physics Figures 00-99 Associated problems in Chapter 00 01 Physics and Measurement 01-01 The SI System 01-02 Standard Unit for Length, Mass, and Time 01-03 Derived Units 01-04 The Building Blocks of Matter 01-05 Density and Atomic Mass 01-06 Dimensional Analysis 01-07 Conversion of Units 01-08 Order-of-Magnitude Calculations 01-09 Significant Digits and Measurements 01-10 Elementary Error Analysis 01-11 Mathematical and Scientific Notation 01-12 Coordinate Systems 01-13 Mathematics Overview 01-14 Scientific Method 01-15 Scaling 01-16 Problem Solving Strategy 01-17 Measurement Tools 01-99 Associated problems in Chapter 01 02 Motion in One Dimension 02-01 Displacement 02-02 Velocity and Speed 02-03 Average Velocity for Motion along a Straight Line 02-04 Instantaneous Velocity and Speed 02-05 Acceleration 02-06 One-Dimensional Motion with Con- stant Acceleration 02-07 Freely Falling Objects 02-08 One-Dimensional Motion: Calculus Techniques 02-09 Relative Velocities 02-10 Frame of Reference 02-99 Associated problems in Chapter 02 03 Vectors 03-01 Coordinate Systems and Frames of Ref- erence 03-02 Vector and Scalar Quantities 03-03 Some Properties of Vectors 03-04 Methods of Solving Triangles 03-05 Graphical Addition of Vectors 03-06 Components of a Vector 03-07 Adding Vector Components 03-08 Unit Vectors 03-09 Vector Kinematics 03-10 The Vector Dot (Scalar) Product 03-11 The Vector Cross Product 03-99 Associated problems in Chapter 03 04 Motion in Two Dimensions 04-01 Position and Displacement 04-02 Average and Instantaneous Velocity 04-03 Average and Instantaneous Accelera- tion 04-04 Two-Dimensional Motion with Con- stant Acceleration 04-05 Graphical Solutions 04-06 Projectile Motion 04-07 Uniform Circular Motion 04-08 Tangential and Radial Acceleration 04-09 Relative Velocity 04-10 Relative Acceleration 04-11 Relative Motion at High Speeds 04-99 Associated problems in Chapter 04 05 The Laws of Motion 05-01 The Concept of Force
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Homework Service Book — Physics - 3 - 05-02 Newton’s First Law and Inertial Frames 05-03 Inertial Mass
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