1. Students calculate $\langle Sx\rangle$, $\langle Sy\rangle$, and $\langle Sz \rangle$ for a general time-dependent state
  2. Each group does one calculation to make this time-efficient
  3. The results are put together to form the general spin vector $\langle S(t)\rangle$
  4. Students then consider what this looks like graphically
  5. Students then consider what this looks like when starting in specific states (for example, an eigenstate of Sz)

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