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  1. Tull

    Tull Guest

  2. On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 21:21:56 +0100, the renowned "Tull" <_remove
    Interesting. ~80M download and 3200+ facing pages (double pages) if
    you want the lot.

    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
  3. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Well, I saw the Foucault's Pendulum paper, and thought that might be
    interesting. It's eight pages long, and this seems to be the important


    MISN-0-40 1
    FOUCAULT'S PENDULUM by Peter Signell
    1. Procedure
    1. This is a learner-originated unit. You must go to a library (see this
    unit's local Guide) and find the derivation described in this unit's ID
    Sheet. We suggest the derivation in either of these books:

    ² Classical Mechanics, V. Barger and M. Olson, McGraw-Hill (1973
    or later)

    ² Theoretical Mechanics, J. S. Ames and F. D. Murnaghan, Ginn
    and Co., Boston (1929).

    2. Prepare a lecture that satisfies the statement in this unit's ID Sheet.
    In your lecture you can use prepared notes that occupy up to both
    sides of a single 4"x5" card.

    3. Make sure you understand each part of your lecture. If you only mem-
    orize the derivation and don't understand it, the examiner is required
    to give you a grade of zero.

    4. For instructions on how to receive credit for this unit, see this unit's
    Local Guide.

    Preparation of this module was supported in part by the National
    Science Foundation, Division of Science Education Development and Re-
    search, through Grant #SED 74-20088 to Michigan State University
    MISN-0-40 LG-1


    Are the others any better, or is this just a collection of homework

    -- Mike --
  4. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Some are actually pretty good, and some are incomplete or seem to be
    some sort of assignment notes.

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