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1  825 

2  827  Read Chapter 1, and then answer the following: Questions 2, 8. Problems 1  8. Challenge 1. 
3  830  Chapter 1: Problems 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 22, 23. Solutions. 
4  91  Chapter 1: Questions 23, 25. Problems 26, 27, 29. Challenge 2. Solutions. 
5  93  Chapter 1: Question 18. Problems 17, 18. Challenges 3, 4. Solutions. Also, be sure to bring your laptop to lab this coming week. 
6  96  Chapter 2: Questions 2, 3, 7, 8. Problems 2, 3, 5, 7. Challenge 1. Solutions. 
7  98  Chapter 2: Questions 21, 22, 27. Problems 10, 11, 13, 18, 19. Solutions. 
8  910  Chapter 2: Question 29. Challenge 5. Solutions. 
9  913  Chapter 3: Questions 1, 4. Problems 1, 6, 8, 9. Cut up your numbered handouts for next class. Solutions. 
10  915  Chapter 3: Questions 5, 6, 7. Problems 10, 11, 12. Challenge 1. Solutions. 
11  922  Chapter 3: Questions 14, 15, 16, 19. Problems 15, 24, 30. Solutions. 
12  927  Chapter 3: Challenge 5. Chapter 4: Questions 1, 9, 14, 16. Problems 5, 10, 18. 
13  929  Chapter 4: Questions 15, 24. Problems 19, 26, 27. Challenges 7, 9. Solutions. 
14  101  Chapter 5: Questions 1, 2, 3, 4. Problems 1, 3, 5, 6. Solutions. 
15  106  Chapter 5: Questions 16, 25. Problems 10, 11, 13, 16. Solutions. 
16  108  1. Read the National Academy of Sciences online report on global warming at http://www.koshlandsciencemuseum.org/exhibitgcc/index.jsp. 2. Identify the two principal gases that are believed to be the biggest contributors to the current warming trend. 3. What has been the cause of increasing amounts of each of these gases. You need not turn in this assignment, but be sure you understand the material presented. 
17  1011  Chapter 6: Questions 1  5. Problems 2, 5, 7, 9, 15. Solutions. 
18  1013  Chapter 6: Questions 7, 17, 22, 23. Problems 20, 24, 25, 26. Also, please view the tutorial on standing waves here. 
19  1022  Chapter 7: Questions 1  5. Problems 1  5. Solutions. 
20  1025  Chapter 7: Questions 8, 9, 12. Problems 13, 14. Solutions. 
21  1027  Chapter 7: Questions 13, 14. Problems 16, 19, 25. Challenge 1. 
22  1029  Chapter 8: Questions 2, 4, 5, 8. Problems 1, 2, 5. Challenge 5. Solutions. 
23  111  Chapter 8: Questions 18, 25, 30, 33, 35. Problems 8, 10. Challenge 6. Solutions. 
24  115  Chapter 9: Ray tracing Use ray tracing as discussed in class to find the image of the arrow in the following picture: Hint: If you rightclick on the above, image and select "View image", the picture will come up on an otherwise blank page. Print this page, do the ray tracing, and turn it in. You would be wise to use a straight edge. Play with the applet found here. Then adjust it to check to see if you did the above problem correctly. 
25  118  First go through the ray tracing tutorial found here. This also treats concave lenses, which we have not yet done in class. Next, do the ray tracing assignment found here. Note that the assignment has a link that lets you check your answers. Check answers using the applet linked in the previous assignment. 
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