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FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITYFayetteville State UniversityCollege of Arts and SciencesDepartment of Chemistry and PhysicsSummer I 2017Syllabus PHYS 115.D1I.Locator Information:Instructor:Jainab KhatunCourse Name:PHYS115.D1General Physics ISemester Credit Hours:3.0Day and Time Class Meets:Lectures are online. Class runs from 06/05/2017 to08/01/2017.Tel.:N/AEmail address:[email protected]Office hours:There will be one-hour live web meeting once in a week. You are requiredto attend those live meeting, I can answer and clarify any questions you may haveregarding the material covered in the class. In addition, e-mails with questions can be sentany time. I will check e- mails at least once a weekday, e-mails received after 5pm ESTmay be answered the next business day. All the communication should be done usingyour bronco e-mail address.Department of Chemistry and Physics Office Location: Science and Technology Building(STB) Room 305Department of Chemistry and Physics Telephone: 672-2441FSU Policy on Electronic Mail:Fayetteville State University provides toeach student, free of charge, an electronic mail account ([email protected])that is easily accessible via the Internet.The university has established FSU emailas the primary mode of correspondence between university officials and enrolledstudents.Inquiries and requests from students pertaining to academic records,grades, bills, financial aid, and other matters of a confidential nature must besubmitted via FSU email.Inquiries or requests from personal email accounts arenot assured a response.The university maintains open-use computer laboratoriesthroughout the campus that can be used to access electronic mail. Rules andregulations governing the use of FSU email may be found atII.COURSE DESCRIPTIONAn algebra-based introductory study of Newtonian mechanics, thermodynamics, andrelated concepts, with special emphasis on problem-solving. Topics include a description of both
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITYlinear and rotational motion, Newton's Laws of motion, conservation principles (energy andmomentum), heat and thermodynamics. The objective behind studying these principles is tocultivate an interest in the student to understand the natural laws and to develop analytical skillsfor the student to be able to tackle some of the fundamental problems in nature.III.Disabled Student ServicesIn accordance with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Americans withDisabilities Act (ACA) of 1990, if you have a disability or think you have a disability to pleasecontact the Center for Personal Development in the Spaulding Building, Room 155 (1stFloor);910-672-1203.IV.Title IX – Sexual MisconductFayetteville State University (University) is committed to fostering a safe campus environmentwhere sexual misconduct — including sexual harassment, domestic and dating violence, sexualassault, and stalking -is unacceptable and is not tolerated.The University encourages students

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