Lecture 1 PowerPoint Notes - Units and Conversions

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    PHY 2048 Physics  for Engineers and  Scientists I Dr. Andrew Winningham MAP 421
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    Class Logistics Class Meets  Thursday 12:00 - 12:50 PM
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    Textbook Physics for Scientists and Engineers Volume 1 (Mechanics), 6th Edition Thomson - Brooks/Cole
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    General Logistics          Office:  MAP 421               Tel:  823-1155           E-mail:  Use the Communications Tool in  WebAssign Office Hours:  Mon. & Wed. 1:00 - 2:00 PM
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    Course Expectations To  do  we ll, yo u m us t: Read the corresponding material in your textbook. Do your homework.  You will get a homework assignment after  EVERY  c la s s . Learn the concepts.  Memorizing formulas is necessary, but  NOT  s uffic ie nt.
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    Grading Homework: 20% Class Participation: 15% Midterm 1: 20% Midterm 2: 20% Final Exam: 25%
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    WebAssign Homework will be handled through a web-based program called WebAssign. You will need to purchase a WebAssign login either from  purchase a WebAssign login either from  the bookstore or from the WebAssign website (with credit  the bookstore or from the WebAssign website (with credit  card). card). For your first contact with WebAssign, go to:   For your first contact with WebAssign, go to:   http://www. http://www. webassign webassign .net .net     Follow the guides to purchase a registration or to Login.  Follow the guides to purchase a registration or to Login.      Be sure to bookmark the final login screen because you will be using  Be sure to bookmark the final login screen because you will be using  it quite a bit. it quite a bit.     Your login ID is your PID with (or possibly without) the  Your login ID is your PID with (or possibly without) the  leading “0” and without any letters from your first name.  leading “0” and without any letters from your first name.  Your password has been set to “physics”.   Your password has been set to “physics”.  
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  CPS We will be using an electronic  response system called CPS You will be required to purchase a  keypad from the bookstore and then  register the keypad online. To purchase your registration, go to 
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2010 for the course PHY 2048 taught by Professor Bose during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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