Any general non-science questions (software questions/problems, etc.,) and class announcements.
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Based on how the midterm was, I'll be going over each component of the equations and how you would go about finding missing parts and whatever the question is asking for. And then doing as many of the homework problems as possible.
Based on the midterm, I would review and practice concepts that I am less confident in to reinforce those topics, and as for material that was covered after the midterm, I would make sure that I can fully grasp the conceptual base of the topic and can apply it to practice problems.
I am starting to go through a lot of the practice problems in the textbook to get practice with a lot of the older topics we've covered! I am also reviewing the 2 exams we've had so far to see which topics I struggle in the most and am planning to go to step-up sessions and office hours to make sure I fully grasp these concepts before the final.
As this class progresses, I'm seeing more and more students succeed depending on the homework problems they expose themselves to. So for the final, I plan to work on many different problems! Also, something that gave me trouble (among many others) during the midterm, were solving problems given only one piece of the equation and knowing exactly how to maneuver each equation, perhaps even connecting it to other equations, in order to solve for another component. So, I think also practicing solving for specific components, like wavelength given the work function (LOL) would help as well.
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