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**09/15**: Length scales in Nature and Scientific Notation | A solution to Problem 1 from the Homework | - Assigned on
**09/22**: An introduction to Speed | - Assigned on
**09/29**: Speed and Velocity in 1D: Speed and Velocity | - Assigned on
**10/6**: Instantaneous speed and velocity: Instantaneous speed, instantaneous velocity |

There was an error in the printed handouts that I distributed in class. The error was in the bonus problem, in which it states the "average velocity" of the car. It should say "average speed", as it is in the corrected version uploaded here.

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**10/20**: Acceleration: Introduction to acceleration |

This homework is due on 11/03. That is, you will have two weeks to do it.

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**10/27**: Acceleration: Introduction to acceleration |

Same homework as last week. This time it will be due next class.

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**11/3**: More Acceleration: More problems on acceleration in a line | - Assigned on
**11/10**: Vectors: First introduction to vectors |

The homework is due in two weeks. The "O" in the compass rose stands for West.

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**11/17**: Vectors: Displacement and velocity as vectors |

The homework is the one posted in the previous handout, not this one.

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**11/24**: Newton's Laws: Forces, mass, and acceleration |

We saw everything you need for the homework in class, so try to do it for the next week. If you cannot solve it then you can wait one more week to do it.

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**12/8**: Newton's Laws Continued: Now we will play with the three laws |

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