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Spring 2010 EGN 3343.001 Thermodynamics Lecture 1 Instructor: Professor D. Durham Teaching Assistants: Mehdi Khodayari Ann Wang
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Spring 2010 First Day Attendance Expectations on attendance Class etiquette Office Hours will be announced through Blackboard TAs: Mehdi Khodayari: ENG 130 Ann Wang: ENG 126 Dr. Durham: ENC 2209
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Spring 2010 Syllabus and Assignments The Syllabus can be found on Blackboard – please read through it completely for details about the course https://my.usf.edu/ The assignments will be provided on a spreadsheet under Course Documents that will be updated as new assignments are added for the course.
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Spring 2010 Assignments: Reading and Problems Assignments will include both chapter pages to be read and problems to be completed before next class Homework to be handed in at beginning of class Each problem must follow the example in text (Section 1.9) for format Homework will be graded so you know how you are doing, but no points towards grades.
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Spring 2010 Quizzes, Exams and Final There will be four exams and one final. Each exam will focus on the most recently covered material. Each is 15 points towards final grade. The Final Exam covers the full course material. The Final Exam is 30 points towards the final grade. There will be 5 quizzes through the semester that will be 10 minutes each worth 10 points total.
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Spring 2010 Text and Wiley Plus TM Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics by Michael J. Moran and Howard N. Shapiro, 6 th Edition Binder format with Wiley Plus TM is preferred however the hardcover text is acceptable (check that problems haven’t changed).
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