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Course includes opportunities for teaching and individualized projects. It has been magnified in the front-to-back direction. A wealth of research effort from both academia and industry in recent years has fueled the demonstration of multiple solutions to these and other problems, and as time progresses new approaches are increasingly being conceived. Brief description of a coil symbol. Per Johnson, I learned that Foucault's experiment produced a displacement less than a single millimeter, which was very difficult to measure accurately.

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