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Physics 2524 General Physics II for Engineering and Science Majors Fall 2011 (2011.09.19) Instructor: Dr. Patrick Skubic, Nielsen Hall 329, 325-3961 x 36329 E-mail: pskubic@ou.edu Office hours: MW 14:00-15:00, R 14:30-16:00 or by appointment Location: NH329 TA: David Bertsche, Nielsen Hall 402, 325-3961 x 36402 E-mail: dbertsche@ou.edu Office hours: MW 10:30-11:30 or by appointment Location: NH402 TA: Thomas Akin, Nielsen Hall 257, 325-3961 x 36257 E-mail: tgakin@ou.edu Office hours: WR 17:00-18:00 or by appointment Location: NH257 TA: TA: Jenna Nugent, Nielsen Hall 406, 325-3961 x 36406 E-mail: jenugent@ou.edu Office hours: T 13:00-14:00, R 10:00-11:00 or by appointment; Location: NH 406 Erin Cooper, Nielsen Hall 405, 325-3961 x 36405 E-mail: Cooper@nhn.ou.edu Office hours: TR 14:30-16:00 or by appointment Location: NH 405 Grader: Cheong Kuan, Nielsen Hall 406 E-mail: cheong@ou.edu Office hours: T 09:00-10:00 or by appointment Location: NH406 Lectures: MWF 11:30-12:20 (S10, S20); 15:30-16:20 (S30) Nielsen Hall 270 Discussions: Section 011 T 08:30-09:20 NH 251 Bertsche Section 012 T 09:30-10:20 NH 251 Bertsche Section 013 T 09:30-10:20 PHSC 359 Cooper Section 014 T 10:30-11:20 NH 170 Bertsche Section 015 T 11:30-12:20 NH 251 Bertsche Section 016 T 08:30-09:20 NH 170 Cooper Section 017 T 11:30-12:20 NH 170 Nugent Section 018 T 10:30-11:20 GIH 228 Nugent Section 021 T 12:30-13:20 NH 251 Skubic Section 031 T 16:30-17:20 NH 302 Akin Section 032 T 17:30-18:20 NH 302 Akin
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Textbook: R.D. Knight, Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 2nd ed. (Prentice Hall, 2008). Suggestions for reading this text: Each chapter starts with general concepts, often motivated by a specific example. In reading, you should check your understanding of theory and explanations by applying your knowledge to these examples. As the theory is developed, worked examples are presented. Study these carefully with pencil and paper to better follow the problem solving approach. This is important because the author is trying to present a consistent approach to problems that will allow you to solve a wide range of different problems. The problems at the end of each chapter are there for your practice. Some will be selected for homework or review, but you can do as many as you wish. Answers to odd number problems are available at the back of the book, but the TA's or I will also be happy to help you with any of these. Another place to go for practice is the "Active Physics" web site related to our text. It is available at http://wps.aw.com/aw_knight_physics_1 . MasteringPhysics: https://www.masteringphysics.com Course ID: SKUBIC2524 Student Response HITT TX-3200 (available at OU bookstore)
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Remote Transmitter: Class Website: http://learn.ou.edu/ What the course covers: Chapters 26-37 Course Description: Physics 2524 is the second part of a two-semester course in introductory physics for engineering and science majors. . The course topics include: electric charge, electric field, electric potential, energy, DC and AC
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