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I think we just need to have a general understanding of how they work/what concepts were discovered through those experiments. I remember Lavelle saying in class that we won't need to know too many details about the specific experiments. However, he did say it would be important to know which experiments resulted in which theories/equations since we talked about multiple different ones.
I believe a general understanding of the experiments is required as understanding the experiments will help you understand the concepts and the equation, but I don't think that there will be any questions about the experiment method on the midterm.
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