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Unformatted text preview: Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, ENG102 Fall 2011, Monday/Wednesday 2:10pm-4:00pm, 1227 Haring Hall Instructor Teaching Assistants Niels Grønbech Jensen 3049 Ghausi Hall Akshay Nanjangud TB207-113 Discussion & Office hour: Wednesday 4 +-5:30pm tent Office hour: Tuesday 3:30-5 Minh Tran TB207-112 tent. Office hour: Thursday 12:30-2 Course Evaluation : Homework ∼ weekly (a very good idea to do) 10% (average excluding one set) Midterm I * ) ( mandatory ) 15% Midterm II * ) ( mandatory ) 25% Final * ) ( mandatory ) 50% Texts (may be updated and augmented during the course): Meriam and Kraige; Engineering Mechanics Dynamics; 6th Edition; Wiley This quarter’s homework sets and mid-term exam Solutions to this quarter’s homework sets and mid-term exams Other information provided during lectures Lectures, Homework, and Examinations Lectures are optional and attendance is not taken. However, coming to lectures is a very good idea. The lectures show both the material and the emphasis of the instructor. Students are responsible for knowing everything that was said and done during lectures, so make sure to check with your class mates if you have been absent. Homework is optional . However, it is a really good idea to do since on-time homework contributes to the final grade and since exam questions are typically of the same flavor as the homework. All exams are mandatory ; i.e., you must attend all exams on time in order to pass the course....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Eke during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.
- Fall '08
- Aerospace Engineering