Lect03 - Fall 2009 PHYS 172: Modern Mechanics Lecture 3 -...

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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2009 PHYS 172: Modern Mechanics Lecture 3 - The Momentum Principle Read 2.1-2.6 For help with homework problems, go to the Physics Learning Center in Room 11 (PHYS Bldg) during the assigned hours. Schedule can be found on the home page. It is staffed by trained teaching assistants assigned to this course. Use it! Most of the time between 8:30 and 4:30 Monday through Friday Final schedule will be put up on the website soon Reminders: 1. Extensions can be granted for Homework assignments, if you have a good reason and dont abuse the privilege. Download form under HW Extension request which will be given to your Recitation TA. 2. To request an Excused Grade for a quiz or an exam due to a valid reason (illness, etc), download the form under Absentee Report. Do this in advance if at all possible. Advance notification is required for Evening Exams & the Final. 3. Do NOT notify the instructor if you will miss a lecture. We drop the 3 lowest clicker quiz grades to accommodate occasional absences. See the Syllabus for more details. VIII. Academic Honesty Any effort to represent somebody elses work as your own, or allowing your work to represented as somebody elses, is cheating. Working with another student on your homework is not cheating and, in fact, is encouraged. However, having somebody else solve assigned problems for you IS cheating....
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Lect03 - Fall 2009 PHYS 172: Modern Mechanics Lecture 3 -...

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