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CARLETONPHYS 1004Dag GillbergSummer

PHYS 1004 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Euclidean Vector, Yaoi, Vix

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CARLETONPHYS 1001Thomas GregoireFall

PHYS 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Tash (Narnia), Suzuki Carry, Office Of Strategic Services

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CARLETONPHYS 1004Andrew RobinsonWinter

PHYS 1004 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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CARLETONPHYS 2004Dr.Vinh Q.TangFall

PHYS 2004- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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S moves at a speed v relative to s in the. The origins of s and s coincide at t. At a time t, an event happens at coordinates (x, y, z) in s and (x , y
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CARLETONPHYS 1004Emily Claire HeathWinter

[PHYS 1004] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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CARLETONPHYS 1004Emily Claire HeathWinter

[PHYS 1004] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 116 pages long Study Guide!

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CARLETONPHYS 1003Andrew RobinsonFall

[PHYS 1003] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (68 pages long!)

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The study of the basic particles of matter and their interactions in order to deduce : Physical models of how the universe works. Engineering is the ap
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CARLETONPHYS 1003Andrew RobinsonFall

PHYS 1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ultimate Tensile Strength, Theodolite, Kinematics

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CARLETONPHYS 1004Emily Claire HeathWinter

PHYS 1004 Final: Review

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CARLETONPHYS 1901David MayburyFall

PHYS 1901 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oort Cloud, Helioseismology, Valles Marineris

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CARLETONPHYS 1004allWinter

PHYS 1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Kosovo Force

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2 + 2 d d = i t + t2 when d = i t + t2 and. C = 4 2rf2 ff = unknowns & knowns therefore. Projectile motion: x y table write directions vf = 0@ t. Newto
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CARLETONPHYS 1004allWinter

PHYS 1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pilot Wave, Photon

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1 = v1 = n2 x = . = (xn/l)(d/n- ) or (xn/l)= /d (n- ) p (kg m/s) = h/ = c/f = hc/e = h/mv h = 6. 63x10-34 js c = 3. 00x108 m/s. 1ev = 1. 6x10-19 j (de
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