## Midterm

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Omar Selim 1D
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### Midterm

Which equations should we memorize/ will need to know off the top of our heads for the midterm?

Brooke Yasuda 2J
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### Re: Midterm

I would look at the equation sheet so that you know what equations will be provided. Other than that, you should probably know all of the equations from lecture and the equations used in homework problems

105311039
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### Re: Midterm

I would check the constants and equations sheet from your previous test 1, that is what you will receive on the midterm. So whatever that is not on there will be what you have to memorize. I would make sure to know everything from lecture and the homework.

Jaci Glassick 2G
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### Re: Midterm

Your best bet is to look at the equation sheet provided for Test 1 and then see what equations are not there.

AlyshaP_2B
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### Re: Midterm

Many of the constants and equations we use will be given, but there are also some that I think we will just be expected to know. I would focus on the ones Lavelle spent the most time on in lecture and also be sure to understand the relationships between all of the different equations.

AveryAgosto
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### Re: Midterm

A lot of equations are derived from one central equation and that is typically shown on the equation sheet. As long as you are able to derive the specific equations to set it equal to the variable you are looking for than you should be fine.

MAC 4G
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### Re: Midterm

Typically, you don't have to memorize any equations because they will all be provided on the equation sheet. But, it would be helpful to know how and when to use each equation.