

I'll
be in my office

Sunday 14

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 102
"Extra" exercises on oscillations 14.7P, 14.9P,
14.17P
Things we've talked about this semester

How to describe motion

The most important, and at the time revolutionary,
advancement of physics Newton's Laws

Some of Einstein's work his extension of
Newton's work to large and fast moving objects

New mathematics vector math, applications
of calculus, etc.

Forensic science (reconstructing a car crash
from a couple skid marks)

Why the planets move the way they do

The search for extrasolar planets

Oscillatory systems, from pendulums and springs
to molecules and chaotic systems

3 of the 7 conservation laws that govern how
the universe behaves

Problem solving techniques

Data analysis methods
It's been a fun semester for me; I
hope you've enjoyed studying how the universe works!
Good luck with all of your finals next
week and have a great summer vacation!!!

