How to Use This Web
hierarchy for this site is found in three layers:
- The Table of Contents links take you
to the "home page" of the major topic areas listed
on the table.
- You will find at each home page:
- Text outlining the nature of this general
- Links to majors topics in this branch
- A writing assignment dealing with the
biography of a physicist
- Each major topics page contains the
- Text outlining the nature of the topic
- Links to parallel/redundant web sites
that explain the topic in more detail. These sites, prepared
by others elsewhere, are the heart of this web site. URLs for
these sites are located in tables.
- Links to problem sets are listed in
- Links to equation pages similar to
those in the classroom
- Quotations from famous scientists.
Some are still as pithy now as they were then; others are plainly
laughable. When next you hear someone important offer high opinions
on a topic, will you be able to determine into what category
his/her remarks are likely to be placed?
- Links to interactive sites are designated
with the word APPLET
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Last edited 10/26/07