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Syllabus PHZ3113, Introduction to Theoretical Methods in Physics Spring 2010 Prof. Patrick Schelling Lecture: MAP 306, M,W,F 9:30-10:20PM Office: PSB 1, Room 305 Email: pschell@mail.ucf.edu Office hours: PSB 1 305: M,W,F 2:00-3:00pm Textbook: Mary L. Boas, Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences , 3 rd Edition Recommended: Integral Table, although I will provide some of the most important integrals. Gradshtein and Ryzhik is a good one. Grades: Final grade will be based on homework, midterms, and final. Here is the breakdown: Homework: 30% Midterms: 30% Final: 40% The final exam will be comprehensive of the entire course. Two midterms will be given during the semester, and homework problems will be assigned weekly. I will give +/- grades. The breakdown for the grades is as follows: A 85-100 B+ 81-84 B 76-80 B- 71-75 C+ 66-70 C 61-65 C- 56-60 D 51-55 F 0-50 Lecture notes will be posted online. There is no guarantee that lecture notes are complete however, so attending class is essential. The general outline of the schedule follows.
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