Extended Analytical Physics 750:116
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PLEASE NOTE: In order to pass Physics 116 you MUST pass at least one hourly exam or the final exam. If you fail your first hourly exam, your projected grade will be an F until you pass an exam.
Here is a handout that summarizes the thermodynamic processes.
Here is a compact collection of useful formulae about rotations Translations/Rotations Analogies and Moment of Inertia
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Here is a printable version of the formula sheet for the final.
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