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Physics 1402 First Day Homework 1. Visit the classroom website. Read over the class syllabus. http://nhscience.lonestar.edu/physics/stinnett/phys1402.html 2. Read chapter 17 3. Definition Quiz – Complete the first online definition quiz in eCampus Vista - due on Tuesday (9/1/09) by 11:59PM - Password: magnet I would encourage you to use this browser to take the quiz: Mozilla Firefox Browser If you have any problems, email me immediately. Include the date, time, browser,
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Unformatted text preview: and a detailed description of what happened. 4. Send me an email from the email address that you check regularly. (Please do not request a read receipt) Put the following information in the subject line : Your Last Name, Your First Name – Phys 1402 – First Day Email Send it to [email protected]
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