Chapter 21 lecture - Physics 260 F2007 Lecturer Professor...

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Physics 260 F2007 Physics 260 F2007 Lecturer: Professor David Gidley Office: 4428 Randall Lab (734) 936-1134 email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday 1:30-3:30 or by appointment Lecture Times and Location: Monday through Thursday 10-11 AM, 268 Dennison (Labs begin Monday, January 10) Text: University Physics , Young and Freedman, 11th Edition Course Website: Web Homework System: We will be using Mastering Physics for the Young and Freedman text (11th edition). If not already registered from Phys140 then you need to register. The course ID is now MPGIDLEY260F07 (see instruction on ctools)
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Exams and Grading Exams and Grading Midterms : Thursday nights, 6:30-9:00 pm** 15% each (October 4, November 1, and November 29) Final Exam : December 14--evening 20% Mastering Physics Homework: 20% In-class quizzes: 15% **or by appointment after 4:00 pm
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Roughly 1 week per text chapter 4 class sessions 1 Mastering Physics assignment/chapter about 10-12 problems due several days after finishing chapter in class minor, 10% penalty for lateness Occasional in class quizzes to supplement exams The Routine The Routine
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Getting Started Getting Started Checkout your ctools website for course info Read chapter 21: sections 1-4 for Wednesday Read chapter 21: sections 5,6 for Thursday Read chapter 21: section 7 for Monday Login/register to Mastering Physics* (link on ctools): do “Introduction to MP” as/if needed Chapter 21 MP problems due Thursday 9/13 at 6 am.
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Introduction to Electricity & Magnetism Introduction to Electricity & Magnetism Fundamental Forces in Nature Gravitation—phys 140 (mechanics of 1600 & 1700’s) Electromagnetic—phys 240 (~1800’s)(intra/inter-atomic force) Strong Nuclear force—phys 390 (1900’s)
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