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Unformatted text preview: PHY2054C, College Physics - II Fall 2008, Tu,Th 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Section 002, MAP 0359 Instructor: Dr. Aniket Bhattacharya Office: MAP 322 Phone: 823-5206 Office Hours: Tu & Th 2:00 PM -3:00 PM email: aniket @ physics.ucf.edu or by appointment Web : www.physics.ucf.edu/ aniket Teaching Assistant: Will be announced in the class. Course Outline & Objectives: PHY 2054C is the second of two-semester sequence in introductory physics offered primarily for students majoring in information technology, the biological science and pre-health professions. Emphasis is placed on understanding major principles, and mathematics is used to clarify concepts. Students should have a good working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry. Course Text & related materials: Text: College Physics: Vol-II (Chapter 17 - 30) , Eighth Edition (required) Authors: Young & Geller . Publisher: Pearson, Addition Wesley. A MasteringPhysics is required as a component of the course to solve homework problems. Clickers will be used for more active involvement and feedback on a regular basis. The details will be discussed during the lecture. Course Organization & expectation: The course is quite intense and it will require you to invest considerable amount of time in studying and problem solving. The course will consist of a set of class lectures with demonstrations. Ideally, class time will be used to clarify the concepts that you have read in the text and to work out examples to show and help avoid common pitfalls. To obtain maximum benefit from this course you should read the materialsavoid common pitfalls....
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