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Physics 122: Introductory Physics sec.#03 - SPRING 2008 - CRN. 37815 “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” - Woody Allen (1935 - ) Class Location: Workman Center 109 Class Meeting Times: 11:00 am - 11:50 am Mon. Wed. & Fri. Recitation Meeting: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wednesday Instructor: Raul Morales Juberias; Workman 345; 835-6559; [email protected] Office hours: 4 pm - 5 pm, Wed. & Fri. or by appointment I. Course Objectives and Prerequisites: The course will provide an introduction to the fundamental laws of physics with specific focus on electromagnetism. Pre-requisites for this course: PHYS 121; Co-requisites: MATH 132 and PHYS 122L. II. Text Book: “Essential University Physics” - Vol.2 , by Richard Wolfson (2007) will be the required text for this course. I will follow the book closely, but I may provide additional material for selected topics, for which you will be held responsible. You are welcome to explore additional material in the books listed in section VII below as well as other sources like the library or Internet. III. Format and Procedures: During the semester we will cover approximately 15 chapters of the book, as shown in sec- tion V below. The homework load for this course will amount to 15 sets of homework of approximately 10 problems each. They will be announced on the Wednesday sessions, and they will be due on the following Wednesday at the end of the class. There will be a quiz approximately at the end of each chapter. There will be 4 term exams, and there will be no final. IV. Grading: Quizzes: 10% Homework: 30% Tests: 60% Term #1: 15% Term #2: 15% Term #3: 15% Term #4: 15% [93-100] A [90-92) A - [87-89) B + [83-86) B [80-82) B - [77-79) C + [73-76) C [70-72) C - [67-69) D + [60-66) D [0-59) F 1
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V. Tentative Course Schedule: Announcements will be made in class and posted in the course website (WebCT) if any changes are made to this tentative schedule below.
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