Exam II frustrations (University Physics - Mechanics and Heat)

<p>Well, as I was driving to Wal-mart tonight, I began to think about a particular problem and realized I did it incorrectly. It was an Atwood Machine question. In writing out Newton's Laws, in a split-second decision, I didn't add the other mass when figuring out the acceleration of the system. It's not that I forgot. It's that I came to the quick decision that I didn't have to. Obviously, I was supposed to. I had to reason my way through this problem. Maybe I'll get partial credit. It makes me wonder what else I did incorrectly. I'm not just being like this for attention or anything. I was genuinely ****ed off when I realized this. I'm a physics major, and I want to do damn-near perfectly in my physics courses. And I'm not. I made a 100 on the stupid short quiz covering most of this material.</p>

<p>easy there sportsfan. mistakes happen on timed tests. If you were hoping to go through physics with a 100 percent average, then you're in for a rude awakening</p>

<p>As long as you realize what mistakes you made, you are a-okay in my book.</p>



<p>..................just leave.</p>

<p>What do you have against sportsfans? lol.</p>