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Last week Schedule for Week 27, Mar 9 - Mar 13 Next week

WebEx Live Session, Tuesday, 9 - 10 PM

An automated email will be sent from WebEx with the meeting link.

WebEx preparation: See Tuesday's schedule for a preparatory assignment.

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About the Schedule

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
Day ID Assignment Prereq Notes Mode
Week beginning March 9
M E.14.1 Wave characteristics   We start Ch. 14 on wave motion. Read sections 14.1,2. WA M  
V115 Waves on Series Strings     WA M  
There is no WebEx session.
T E.13.4 Problems for Review - Ch. 12 and 13     WA T  
W T6 Test on Chs. 12 & 13 (also 11.6,7)   This is a 90-minute paper-and-pencil test. Proctor W  
Continue your reading with sections 14.4,6. Skip over section 5 for now.
Th E.14.2 Traveling Waves     WA Th  
F G14-1 Doppler Effect for a Moving Source and Stationary Observer   Study this page about the Doppler effect and shock waves before doing L146.      
L146 Doppler Effect G14-1 This is a relatively short lab exercise. WA F  
Week beginning March 16
M P147 Superposition and Interference   Continue your reading with sections 14.7-9. WA M  
T L148PL Standing Waves on a String   This is a longer prelab than most. WA T,
8:00 PM
L148 L148PL During the WebEx session, we'll discuss the Experimental Design questions. All students must participate.      
W L148 Standing Waves on a String L148PL The lab report is due. WA W  
L147PL Standing Waves on a Spring   Note that this lab is for a spring, while L148 was for a string. WA W  
Th V117 Measuring the Speed of Sound with an Air Column     WA Th  
F L147D Standing Waves on a Spring L147PL Submit your preliminary data. WA F  

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