 On Tuesday, May 7, 2019, we'll have an inclass midterm
exam. You will have 1 1/2 hours to complete the exam, and other
than the equation sheet below, it will be entirely closed book. The
exam will be 35 multipart problems, much in the style of the
homework problems that I've written. The exam will be comprehensive,
including all material covered up to the end of lecture on Tuesday,
April 30, including our discussion of geodesics. The readings
correspond to Chapters 17.4.
If you have any questions in preparing
(or during the exam), please don't hesitate to ask. To help you
prepare:
 [Midterm Solution Key]
 On Monday, June 10, we will have our final exame from 122pm in
Disque 919. As with the midterm, it will be closed book, and as
with the midterm, it will be 45 multipart problems. The exam will
be comprehensive, and will include all topics explicitly discussed
in class (we skipped over topics like the Kerr metric, for
instance). I will also generally stress topics that you saw on at
least 1 homework problem.
To help you prepare:
 [Final Exam Solution Key]
