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**09/20**: Scientific Notation: scientific notation and length scales in nature | - Assigned on
**09/27**: Length scales in nature continued: Useful application of Scientific notation |

The handout is the same, but the homework problems are different.

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**10/4**: Speed: Average speed, distance and time | - Assigned on
**10/18**: Difference between Distance and Displacement: A first approach to Cartesian coordinates | - Assigned on
**10/25**: Instantaneous speed and velocity: Comparison between average and instantaneous speed | - Assigned on
**11/1**: Acceleration: Change of velocity over time | - Assigned on
**11/8**: Acceleration 2: More about change of speed as function of time | - Assigned on
**11/15**: Vectors: An introduction to vectors | - Assigned on
**11/22**: Vectors and motion in the coordinate plane: Space explorers | - Assigned on
**12/6**: Equations of motion in more than 1 dimension: A nice application of vectors in Physics | - Assigned on
**12/13**: Newton's laws: An introduction |

There is no homework for next week. Just make sure to read the handout!

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**12/20**: Newton's laws: Now with exercises | - Assigned on
**01/10**: Newton's laws: The three laws | - Assigned on
**01/17**: Work and Kinetic energy: An introduction to the concept of energy |

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