Include a relevant diagram; e.g., for Newton’s Law problems a free-body-diagram is usually the most useful diagram

  1. Include a relevant diagram; e.g., for Newton’s Law problems a free-body-diagram is usually the most useful diagram.
  2. Start your solution from one of the fundamental equations (e.g., the equations you find on the formula sheet).
  3. Include all steps of formula manipulation and non-standard assumptions, to ensure that your method is clear.
  4. When you evaluate an equation, show the substitution of each variable’s value; just like you are required to do in lab reports.
  5. If you need to use a formula for the normal force, you must show how you get that formula.
  6. Circle or box your final answer.
  7. Report your final answer to 3 significant digits.
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