Lecture1_SP10 - Welcome to PHY303L! Instructors name: Prof....

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Welcome to PHY303L! Instructor’s name: Prof. Gennady Shvets •How to contact your instructor: gena@physics.utexas.edu •Where to find him for the office hours: RLM 11.216 •Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursday, 5-6pm •TA’s name: unfortunately, no TA has been assigned so far. Stay tuned! •TA’s office hours: even less known at this point. Again, stay tuned!
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Read ahead Æ be prepared for the lectures I will communicate with you through the Blackboard: http://courses.utexas.edu •You’ll receive various e-mails from me reminding you which Chapter (or sections from the Chapter) to read •It is hard to learn something you’re hearing for the first time: read the chapter before you come to class! •I will be posting all lecture slides: go through them after each lecture, make sure you understand everything! Textbook: Physics for Engineers and Scientists, Ohanian and Markert, v.2 (Chapters 22-36). That covers electricity & magnetism, electromagnetic waves, some optics (mostly geometric, a little bit of physical, and some special relativity).
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Homeworks: 30% of your grade Æ do not neglect! •No other way to learn physics except by solving lots of
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course PHY 303L taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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