|Final Exam Review |
final exam has 90 questions. Eight of the questions on Problems; the
other 82 are mulitple choice format. All questions pertain to some
second semester concept or skill. Visit The Review
Session to view Final Exam review information for
Thursday's Final Exam.
a Great Summer! |
The best part of my job is
ChemPhys. I am blessed to have the opportunity to work with such a
great group of students. It has been a pleasure being your teacher over
the last two years. I hope that many of you continue on to pursue
college studies and a career in math-science-engineering. You all have
such great and promising futures ahead of you. I wish you all a restful
summer and best of luck in your future. Stop by and say hello next
year. Let me know if I can ever be of any assistance.
|Coming Down Slowly |
addiction is a very strong force. And it
is very difficult coming off of a powerful and potent addiction to
physics. So for those who know that the coming weeks of no more physics
is going to present some challenges, I would like to suggest a trip to
The Physics Classroom's Pinterest boards. Click the image below
to access a large collection of links to corny humor, physics resources
on all sorts of topics, engineering applications, and a lot of teacher
stuff (which likely wouldn't be of much interest to you). Explore all
you want and come down slowly. (CAUTION: while this might help you come
from your Physics addiction, it is important to know that Pinterest can
be equally addictive.)
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>> Thursday, June 5 <<
- Have a good summer.
- You were an awesome group of freshman physicers! Best of luck in your future.
Time in Class
... Wow! For the
first time in the course, there is no next time. I'ts been a
pleasure having you as a student. You all have bright futures.
I wish you
best of luck. Have a great summer.
If I can be of any assistance as you prepare your college applications,
then let me know. Mr. H