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 One does not have to study nature very deeply to realize that much of the physical world is well-behaved.
By "well-behaved" we mean that when certain conditions apply, the behavior of objects can be predicted.
What you see above this box is a collection of equations that are commonplace in high school physics.
They appear high on the wall in our classroom. You need not know them by heart, but rather know where
they are and how to use them. Print a list and post it near your study area

This page was last reviewed 12/13/08.