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Institute of Metallic Materials

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Minorities in Science

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Last modified 25-Oct-97.


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Dr. Abebe Kebede. All Rights Reserved.


 


Every day is physics day

The Physics A Team (PAT)


This is the website for the Aggieland Physics A Team (APAT). It is designed for students of Physics determined to get A in the course. Focussed on Physics 241 and 242, APAT solves physics problems using analogies, models, and appropriate mathematics. APAT is a community of students, Socieity of Physics and faculty members. Members of APAT follow strict disciplines and work ethic unmatched by any group in any university.

Schedule of Events

 
Time
Place
Event
Part I

Mathematics and Physics

Part II 11:35am-12:45pm
Webassign Hints
Part III 12:45pm-2:00pm
Force Concept Experiments
Part IV 2:00pm-3:00pm
Group Discussion

Questions?
Contact Abebe Kebede, Director of APAT
gutaye@ncat.edu or 336-334-7646.


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