Ch21AGM - In PHY 108 we will study the laws of electricity...

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In PHY 108 we will study the laws of electricity and magnetism (EM) These are described by four equations known as “ Maxwell’s equations ”. They are: 1. Gauss’s law for the electric field (Coulomb’s law) 2. Gauss’s law for the magnetic field James Clerk Maxwell 3. Faraday’s law 4. Ampere’s law Note: Maxwell’s equations describe experimental results
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Motivation 1. You need a passing grade in PHY 108 to get an Engineering, Science or PrePharmacy degree 2. What you learn in PHY 108 will help you become a better engineer/scientist 3. This stuff is exciting!
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Recipe for PHY 108 1. Study hard (use the grade of test 1 as a gauge) 2. Come to class 3. Do the homework (and more) 4. Do not stay behind 5. If you have questions get them answered 6. If you have a problem tell me about it
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Credit Map for PHY 108 Highest midterm score: 25% Lowest midterm score: 15% Final exam score: 30% Homework score: 20% In Class Quizzes: 10%
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PASSING OUT TAPE Lift tape sandwich using BOTTOM tab Stick tape sandwich on edge of desk and wait for further instructions
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Instructor Coordinates: Instructor: Dr. Andrea Markelz Lecture Hours: M,W,F: 9:00 - 9:50 AM Lecture Room: 215 NSC Office Hours: Wed 4:00-5:00 PM Fri: 5:00-6:00 PM Office: 130 Fronczak Telephone: 645-2017 ext. 124 e-mail: amarkelz@buffalo.edu
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Textbook: Halliday, Resnick, and Walker , Fundamentals of Physics, 8 th edition, Volume 2 for Buffalo (with eGrade Plus SET). ISBN number: 9780470163481 Course Home page: http://ublearns.buffalo.edu Note: If a student cannot get access to the course webpage send me and e-mail with full name and UB e-mail address so that I can add you to the student list
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WileyPlus Homework System: To register yourself and to access the homework assignments, please use the following URL: Dr. Markelz’s students: http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/class/cls152496/
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An i>clicker remote is required for this course. You can purchase it through the bookstore.
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I ask questions on the screen during lecture. You answer using your i>clicker remote. Class results are tallied. I display a graph with the class results on the screen. We discuss the questions and answers. You get points for participating and/or answering correctly! How will we use the clicker?
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1.Turn on the clicker by pressing the bottom “On/Off” button. 1.A blue “Power” light will appear at the top of the remote. How do you vote?
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1.When I ask a question in class (and start the timer), select A, B, C, D, or E as your vote. I may also ask you to talk about your possible choice/answer with your neighbor or in groups. How do you vote?
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Check your “Vote Status” Light: Green light = your vote was sent AND received. Red flashing light = you need to vote again. **Not sure you saw the light? Just vote again. **Want to change your vote? You can vote again as long as the timer is still going.
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2010 for the course PHY 108 taught by Professor Iashvili during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Ch21AGM - In PHY 108 we will study the laws of electricity...

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