Course Syllabus Physics 114A

Course Syllabus Physics 114A - Course Syllabus Physics 114A

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Course Syllabus Physics 114A: General Physics I - Mechanics Winter - 2012 Special Links: Schedule - Clicker - WebAssign - Lab - 11x Sequence - 1st Lecture Lecture Instructor: Prof. John G. Cramer Email: [email protected] Web Site: Office: PAB B451 Phone: 543-9194 Office Hours in the Study Center: Tuesday 12:30-1:20 PM, Thursday 12:30-1:20 PM Also available by appointment in my office (request by e-mail) Physics 117 Lab Instructor: Prof. Henry Lubatti, for LAB ONLY Email: [email protected] Office: PAB B301 Phone: 206-543-8964 NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in the Physics 117 Laboratory is not mandatory , but it is recommended . Course WWW: Lecture Hall: A102 in the Auditorium wing of the Physics and Astronomy Building Lecture Schedule: MTThF 1:30-2:20 PM, See Holidays: Monday, January 16 (ML King Day); Monday, February 20 (Presidents Day). Course Text: Walker, Physics, Volume 1, 4th edition, Prentice Hall, 2010, Custom UW Edition, ISBN: 0-558-38504-4 Note: the Complete 4th Edition of Walker may also be used, if desired. Special Requirements: H-iTT RF transmitter for use in class each day, available from the University Bookstore Homework: WebAssign Homework (on the web) will normally be due on Thursdays at 11:59 PM Lectures: Lectures will be given using PowerPoint, and are available as links from the Lecture Schedule (see above). Examination Solutions: Examination solutions worked using Mathematica will be available as links Course Syllabus Physics 114A 1/20/2012 12:48 PM You created this PDF from an application that is not licensed to print to novaPDF printer ( )
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from the Exam line of the Course Schedule following each exam. Comments Welcome to Physics 114A, the first of a three-quarter sequence of introductory physics courses for students who are NOT physics or engineering majors. You should find this course challenging and stimulating, though perhaps it will not fit your preconceptions of what a University Physics course should be. I hope that you also find it to be interesting and enjoyable.
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Course Syllabus Physics 114A - Course Syllabus Physics 114A

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