"To err is human; to describe the error properly is sublime."
Cliff Swartz, 1999
|A couple of weeks ago we conducted a survey of some of the teaching techniques we have been using in PHY138 this year. The results of the survey is available via the button to the right.|
|The test had two versions. Each had identical questions, but in different order. In addition, the order of the answers in a given question was different. The answers to the test questions are available in pdf form; the Multiple Choice answers are for Version 1.|
Today we talked about error analysis, a topic from the laboratory. It is probably not optimal that not only did I do this class, but also wrote the document on this topic that you have been studying. This is because the treatment in class was so close to the document.