Physics307L:Help

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- Please contact [[Koch_Lab:Contact|Dr. Koch]] with questions. + Please contact [[Koch_Lab:Contact|Dr. Koch]] with questions.  [[Physics307L F07|Link to content from 2007 course]] + == How to find primary research references == + * [http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/ NIST CODATA] + * Google Scholar + * http://libproxy.unm.edu + + ==Fitting a line== + See [[/Fitting a line|this page]]. ==Grading== ==Grading== Line 10: Line 17: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Editing_Math Wikipedia guide to Tex editing in a Wiki]
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Editing_Math Wikipedia guide to Tex editing in a Wiki]
[http://www.math.harvard.edu/texman/ Harvard's page on typesetting math in TeX]
[http://www.math.harvard.edu/texman/ Harvard's page on typesetting math in TeX]

Some sample code

f(x) = y + z
$g(x) = \frac {z^{2 x}}{t + b_{j , i}}$

Textbooks

There is no required textbook for the course, but here are two good ones that would help you in your future career as an experimentalist:

New Equipment List

2 New Digital Multimeters (R)
More Banana cords
Flashlights
Meter stick
Stop Watches
Digital Caliper
~50 V Source (Excitation Neon)(R)
matlab, mathematica, or maple (as an alternative to labview)
(R indicates equipment that needs replacement)