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ch1_student_notesFall2010 - ECIV 200 Statics Dr Steve...

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ECIV 200: Statics Dr. Steve McAnally 300 Main, C117 E-mail: mcanally @engr.sc.edu Phone: (803) 777-7403 Office hours: Tu: 10:30 - 12:00 pm; W: 1:45-2:45 pm Walkins, phone, email welcome
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Pre-requisites Math 141 You will be dropped out of statics at any time during the semester if you do not have math 141.
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About the course Website - Course information - Register for MasteringEngineering– Course ID name available in Go to- Blackboard/ Course Information/Item 1 Topics and intended schedule – Go to- Blackboard/ Course Information/Item 2 Course Syllabus– Go to- Blackboard/ Course Documents/Item 1
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CEC HELPDESK Phone: 803.777.7223 E-mail: helpdesk at engr.sc.edu The Help Desk is located in Room 1D35 in the Swearingen Engineering Center . If you are experiencing problems with the following you will need to come to the Help Desk located and bring a photo ID : Profiles Password ( choose a secure password ) Account Lockouts Computer Labs (i.e. Computer, Projector, Printers) Print Quota Inquiries
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Required Materials Principles of Statics by R.C. Hibbeler, Pearson Prentice Hall, 12 th ed., 2010 Text and Electronic version- ISBN: 0137031939 (MasteringEngineering Student Access Kit) I-clicker- ISBN: 0-716779390 (see http: )
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Classroom response system (clicker) Used for class participation (and assistance) Web page:
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Classroom response system Point system Assistance (75% responded) 5 points Correct answer 3 point Incorrect answer 1 points Grades start Friday- Lecture 3
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About the course Grades:
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  • Spring '10
  • Freeman
  • Chemistry, pH, International System of Units, Greek Mechanics, Dr. Steve McAnally, Swearingen Engineering Center

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