Search Question Example

For the search question of the week, you will get credit if you give the correct answer and turn in the path which you took to find your answer.

For example, let's say you were asked to find out what the page was called for the home page for the American Institute of Physics.

You would probably start with a search engine like Alta-Vista and plug in if you start with Alta-Vista's search engine (found on the IMC's Home Page) to locate the home page.

In this case there were 8000 other pages that I could have chosen. I went to Augustana College Physics Department and connected from their page to the American Institute of Physics.

Then the answer to the question is that the first question asked is "What's new and different on this server?"

So the summary I would turn in would be:

Physics Question

For the physics question show all your work completely!!!


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Last Updated: September 13, 1996