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PHY 108 GENERAL PHYSICS II Spring 2010
Course Information
Instructors and Hours
Course Section:
PHY 108 MAR
Instructor:
Dr. Andrea Markelz
Lecture Hours:
M,W,F: 9:00  9:50 AM
Lecture Room:
215 NSC
Office Hours:
Wed 4:305:30 PM Fri: 4:305:30 PM
Office:
130 Fronczak
Telephone:
6452017 ext. 124
email:
[email protected]
Course Section:
PHY 108 MFC
Instructor:
Dr. Gersh Berim
Lecture Hours:
Tu, Th: 6:25  7:45 PM
Lecture Room:
205 NSC
Office Hours:
TBA
Office:
332 Jarvis
Telephone:
6451210
email:
[email protected]
Course homepage:
http://ublearns.buffalo.edu
.
T.A. office hours will be announced and posted during the second week of classes. You are
encouraged to seek help from any lecture instructor or T.A. during his or her scheduled office
hours.
Required Course Materials
All students should at minimum have WileyPlus registration for this course and the iclicker.
WileyPLUS registration for this course gives students online access to the textbook. Hardcopy
book, WileyPLUS and the iclicker bundle can be purchased at the bookstore:
Halliday, 8e Vol 2 with WileyPLUS with iClicker set ISBN: 9780470566862
Students may also obtain required materials separately:
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View Full Document · Halliday, 8e Vol 2 ISBN: 9780470895375
· WileyPLUS registration Code – ISBN: 9780470127117
· iClicker – ISBN: 9780470056752 (Note: if you already have an iclicker from another course
you can use it in PHY108 as well. Check
www.iclicker.com
to see if your “clicker” is an
iclicker. You may purchase the iclicker from any source)
Grading
Grades on this course will be based on your scores on two midterm exams, a comprehensive
final exam, inclass quizzes and the homework assignments as follows:
Highest midterm score: 25%
Lowest midterm score: 15%
Final exam score: 30%
Homework score: 20%
In Class quizzes: 10 %
Letter grades will be assigned to your cumulative percentage numerical grade. To pass this
course with a C grade or better you should aim for a cumulative numerical grade of better than
50%. Final grade distribution will depend on the performance of the class.
Homework
The homework in PHY 108 is computer based and uses the WileyPLUS system. This system is
based on problems at the end of each chapter and is algorithmic; i.e. each student will get a
different set of numbers for the same problem. The students must purchase the WileyPLUS
package with the textbook or separately if you already have the textbook. The WileyPLUS
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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.
 Spring '08
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