PHY111 Quiz #1 Name: /
You may use your calculator and the back of this sheet.
Your calculator is unnecessary though you may use one if you choose.
(10pts; conversions) 1. Roman legions marched in short, two step (Left then Right)
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New physics Reading Log (4 Ed)
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Date' w LL? If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
- Albert Einstein
First Reading Notes 1? Glossary
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How do companies launch their products to the public? Adverting plays a part
in our daily lives from rural to urban, from work to home, and it is becoming more
Suggested 7.2 HW
The region bounded by f x cos x , the x-axis, x 0 , and x
revolved about the x-axis. Find the volume of the solid.
The region bounded by f x 9 x 2 and the x-axis is revolved about the
x-axis. Find the volume of the solid.
7.2 Suggested HW Answers
Cos x , x, 0,
7.2 HW Ans (S14).nb
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Professor Tim O Shei
March 11, 2014
The use of media in todays world has become overwhelmingly popular. Social
media, which, has huge impact on people lives; people communicate with others and/or have
access to any news by technolo
Is The Constant Speed Really Constant
The goal was to figure out if the buggy that claims to move at constant
velocity really does move at a constant velocity. We brainstormed to think of
different ways to calculate if the buggy had a constant spe
Lab Report # 3
The goal of this lab was to figure out how far it would take for multiple parachutists on
one parachute to reach their terminal velocity. The objective was to see how far above the ground
would they have to open the parachute
PHY111 Quiz #2 2-6-2015 Name:_i 7 _7 7 A 4
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though you may use one if you choose.
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Final Project Report
The vision was to recreate a perpetual motion machine using Bhaskara wheel in
attempt to see if it was able to create a perpetual motion proving that with enough
density on the o