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Physics 222, Fall 2008 SYLLABUS Instructor: Adam Windham Email: [email protected] Office: TH 314 Phone: 415-405-0995 Office Hours: M 3-4, Tu 2-5, W 2-4, Th 3-4 Help Sessions: Th 12:30 – 2, room TH 118 A. Required Text and Materials Text: Laboratory Manual for Physics 222 – Fall 2007 edition, available from the Physics and Astronomy Club. You may purchase the manual from Club representatives who will bring them to the lab. You will also need a Lab Notebook: Bound, square-ruled with numbered pages, (please, not spiral bound), a calculator with statistical functions (standard deviation and linear regression), a clear ruler, and a glue stick or tape. Prerequisite: You MUST be enrolled in Phys 220 lecture, or already have credit for it or an equivalent Physics I with Calculus course. If you have credit for college-level or AP Calculus Physics I taken elsewhere, you must bring in a copy of your transcript that shows the credit. If you drop the lecture class, you must drop the Phys 222 lab also. B. Class Procedures 1. Lab Notebooks Each student must record all laboratory work in his/her laboratory notebook. Write in your lab book neatly and in ink AS YOU DO THE WORK . All data should be recorded in data tables, neatly and in INK , together with appropriate units and relevant measurement uncertainty. Number the pages in your lab book (if not already numbered), and prepare a table of contents. Answer any questions asked in the writeup and prepare any required plots. Plots can be pasted in to the notebook.
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