|Assignment 1. Due Tues. (9/3/2016)||Solutions 1.|
|Assignment 2. Due Tues. (9/8/2016)||Solutions 2.|
|Assignment 3. Due Tues. (9/15/2016)||Solutions 3.|
|Assignment 4. Due Tues. (9/29/2016)||Solutions 4.|
|Assignment 5. Due Thurs. (10/6/2016)||Solutions 5.|
|Assignment 6. Due Thurs. (10/13/2016)||Solutions 6.|
|Assignment 7. Due Thurs. (10/20/2016)||Solutions 7.|
|Assignment 8. Due Thurs. (10/27/2016)||Solutions 8.|
|Assignment 9. Due Thurs. (11/3/2016)||Solutions 9.|
|Assignment 10. Due Thurs. (11/10/2016)||Solutions 10.|
|Assignment 11. Due Thurs. (11/17/2016)||Solutions 11.|
|Assignment 12. Due Thurs. (11/24/2016)|
|Final Exam / Assignment 16. Due Thurs. (Noon 12/14/2016)|
This will serve as the final exam for the course. It is as much a writing exercise as a solving one.
The object here is to pick one or two problems and do a descriptive write-up for your choice of problem or problems.
Discuss theory needed to start solving problems. Then develop solutions and follow up with leads to more advanced possibilities as well as connections to earlier or more elementary problems.
Imagine you are the instructor and this is part of a classical mechanics text for upper division and graduate students.
A rough set of solutions to Set 16 will be posted at the start of exam week. Before viewing these you should do as much analysis as you can of several of the exercises before focusing on the one or ones you’ll write up.