FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
: WINTER 2011
AEPH 114 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 2
Prof. Marcia Knutt
MF 12:35-13:25, W 13:35-14:25 in Raymond R2-045
MF 13:35-14:25 in Raymond R2-045
*** Wednesday 12:35-13:25 is for AEPH 115 (Engineering) students only ***
IN-CLASS OFFICE HOURS
Wednesday 14:35-15:35 in Raymond R2-045
Mandatory labs are 2 hours long, held in Barton B1-015.
For details of your
specific section, see your Minerva timetable.
Prof. M. Knutt, Macdonald-Stewart MS1-022, 514-398-7976
email me for an appointment
Email messages must be addressed to the instructor email address in WebCT.
be accepted from (and sent to) official McGill student email accounts and WebCT
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if you regularly use another email address. Set appropriate forwarding if necessary!
AEPH-112 and AEMA 101, or equivalent
AEMA 102 (Calculus 2 - Integral Calculus) or instructor permission.
College Physics, 2
ed., by Knight, Jones & Field, Pearson/Addison-Wesley 2010
College Physics Student Workbook, by Knight & Andrews, Pearson/Addison-
Mastering Physics Software Access Key
non-programmable, non-graphing calculator
(Good references: Just-in-Time Algebra & Trigonometry for Early Transcendental Calculus,
ed., Mueller & Brent, Pearson/Addison-Wesley, 2006; and College Physics, 8
ed., by Young & Geller, Pearson/Addison-Wesley, 2007)
We shall cover almost all of the material in the textbook that is in chapters 17-26.
Geometrical and Physical Optics, Electric Forces and Fields, Electric Potential, Capacitance,
Current & Resistance, DC Circuits, Magnetic Fields & Forces, Sources of Magnetic Field,
Electromagnetic Induction, EM Waves, AC Circuits. Not all sections will be covered in all