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Last week Schedule for Week 5, Sep 22 - 26 Next week

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R = Reading | P = Formal Problems | E = Online Exercises |  C = Communication
M = Multimedia Problems | V = Video | L = Lab | Q = Quiz | T = Test

WA = WebAssign | BH = BrainHoney | CV = Canvas
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Week beginning Monday, Sep 22
M L105 The Simple Pendulum L105D Your report is due. WA M  
R Reading Physics   This is the Ch. 3 reading assignment.      
  Preparing for and Taking Tests   Reposted from last week      
  Some preparations for the first cumulative test   I've updated this with links to the test cover page and practice problems.      
See this guide if you need a review of trigonometry: Trigonometry: Math for 2-Dimensional Physics.
T E.3.1 Ch. 3 Review and Practice     BH T  
DVAT practice This is optional and recommended practice for the test. WA T  
 
W T1 Test on Chs. 1 & 2   This is a 90-minute paper and pencil test. proctor W  
 
Th E.3.2 Ch. 3 Exercises     WA Th  
P105B Pursuit Problems, Part B P105A This is the next part of the hare and the tortoise problem. WA Th  
 
F P107 Problems in Vector Addition     BH F  
L109PL Finding acceleration with the finite difference method     WA F  
Week beginning Monday, Sep 29
M,
9-29
L109D Finding acceleration with the finite difference method L109PL   WA M  
E.3.3 Ch. 3 End-of-Chapter Problems (on WebAssign)     WA M  
 
T,
9-30
E.2.6 Interesting DVAT Problems     WA T,
8:00 PM
 
We start Ch. 4. Read sections 4.1 and 4.2.
W,
10-1
V101 Video Demonstrations:  Introduction to Projectile Motion   View some demonstrations and then do the WA assessment. WA W  
 


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