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Lab_Overview_2009_1 - Physics 106 Lab Overview Location The...

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Physics 106 Lab Overview Location The Physics 106 lab meets in McDonnell 203.  Schedule Labs meet once a week starting the week of February 9, 2009 (no lab the week of Feb 2).  Labs meet on Tuesday and Wednesday starting at 1:30 and Tuesday at 7:30.  Lab  sessions last about 3 hours. You should already know what your lab section is; SCORE  has the official information. If you are unsure about your lab section during the week of  February 9, go to ANY section – don’t skip the lab.    Should you need to change sections some week due to a one-time conflict, contact both  your TA and the TA of the section you would like to attend to confirm that you can make  the change. Usually this is not a problem, but it should be arranged in advance. If you  miss a lab due to illness, contact your TA as soon as possible.  Completion of all labs is a  requirement of the course. Unexcused absence from one lab will result in a lowered  course grade (example: A- becomes B-). With unexcused absences from two or more  labs, you will fail the course.   General Information The Physics 106 lab is independent from the Physics 104 lab. This is different from  Physics 103 and 105, which shared the lab component of the courses.  Lab Notebook You will need a lab notebook. You may use any notebook, as long as the pages are 
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course PHY 106 taught by Professor Roberth.austin,hermanl.verlinde during the Spring '08 term at Princeton.

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