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October 7, 1998 3:55 pm

 

From: Dahl Clark <ClarkD@academic.ncssm.edu>  
To: 'Dahl Clark' <clarkdbc@hotmail.com>
Subject: FW: grades
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 11:41:28 -0400
-----Original Message-----
From: Loren Winters
To: Arpita Kadakia; Dahl Clark; Danny Leung; Daren Zou; Maritza Hobson;
Rashmi Patel; Rohan Lewis; Steven Carpenter; Swapna Putcha; Tejas Patel;
Trajan DOgny; Zachary Keane
Sent: 10/7/98 3:55 PM
Subject: grades

I've posted your problem grades on the web.  Go to the PH210 Student
site to get them.  You'll need to use your alias and code number.  The
alias is the name that you picked on that survey you did the first week
of class.  Your code # is the same one you use to access the web site.

 


October 8, 1998 12:22 pm

 

From: Dahl Clark <ClarkD@academic.ncssm.edu> 
To: 'Dahl Clark' <clarkdbc@hotmail.com>
Subject: FW: last assignment
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 20:45:43 -0500
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Loren Winters
To: Arpita Kadakia; Dahl Clark; Danny Leung; Daren Zou; Maritza Hobson;
Rashmi Patel; Rohan Lewis; Steven Carpenter; Swapna Putcha; Tejas Patel;
Trajan DOgny; Zachary Keane
Sent: 10/8/98 12:22 PM
Subject: last assignment

This is just to make sure everyone's clear on what's needed before
break.

If you didn't turn in today's homework (6-62,72), I'll need that by
Friday at 5 PM.  It will be recorded on this quarter's grade.

Gravitron problems A, C, F will be due the Friday after break at 5 PM.
I'll also want to know at that time who you will partner with for the
quarter lab project and what your topic will be.

Have a good break!

 

 


October 27, 1998 4:46 pm

 

From: Dahl Clark <ClarkD@academic.ncssm.edu> 
To: 'Dahl Clark' <clarkdbc@hotmail.com>
Subject: FW: followup
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 20:44:54 -0500
-----Original Message-----
From: Loren Winters
To: Arpita Kadakia; Dahl Clark; Danny Leung; Daren Zou; Maritza Hobson;
Rashmi Patel; Rohan Lewis; Steven Carpenter; Swapna Putcha; Tejas Patel;
Trajan DOgny; Zachary Keane
Sent: 10/27/98 4:46 PM
Subject: followup

A few things come to mind:

Although I mentioned this Monday, here's a reminder to write your prelab
in your regular lab journal.

Here's good news and bad news for Rohan.  Your solution to 7-30 was
incorrect (the bad news).  An alert student brought it to my attention
after class.  The good news is that I won't change your score on that
problem if you email me what the mistake was.

For anyone else, respond to this email, indicating what the mistake was,
and you'll receive a 10% bonus on that assignment score.

LW

 

 


October 28, 1998 2:45 pm

 

From: Dahl Clark <ClarkD@academic.ncssm.edu>  
To: 'Dahl Clark' <clarkdbc@hotmail.com>
Subject: FW: Friday
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 20:45:03 -0500


-----Original Message-----
From: Loren Winters
To: Arpita Kadakia; Dahl Clark; Danny Leung; Daren Zou; Maritza Hobson;
Rashmi Patel; Rohan Lewis; Steven Carpenter; Swapna Putcha; Tejas Patel;
Trajan DOgny; Zachary Keane
Sent: 10/28/98 2:45 PM
Subject: Friday

I don't know if I told you Friday's problems, although they've been on
the web for a while.  Just in case, do 8-15,45 for 5 PM.

 

 


October 29, 1998 10:11 am
From: Dahl Clark <ClarkD@academic.ncssm.edu>  
To: 'Dahl Clark' <clarkdbc@hotmail.com>
Subject: FW: followup
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 20:36:48 -0500
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Loren Winters
To: Dahl Clark
Sent: 10/29/98 10:11 AM
Subject: RE: followup

Excellent checking!

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Dahl Clark 
>Sent:	Wednesday, October 28, 1998 9:59 PM
>To:	Loren Winters
>Subject:	followup
>
>Dr. Winters, 
>
>     I looked over the notes I took yesterday on 7-30; I believe the
>answer is not 520J, but ~527J.  The reason for this is that when you
>evaluated the integral with the lower limit t = 0, you are left with 3
>squared, and for the upper limit, you get 19 squared.  However, it
>appears that we used 9 squared instead of 3 squared, which caused us to
>get W = ((-Vom)/c)[19^2 - 9^2] instead of an equation using [19^2 -
>3^2].  Also, in a later step, we mistakenly said that 14 * 3 = 52, when
>in fact it is 42.  This is probably a bit hard to follow, so I'll bring
>by my notes tomorrow for class.
> 
>DC