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Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions Welcome!
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What is Physics? Physics is the study of nature in order to understand how the universe behaves. Physics lets us predict the future! Some early physicist include... Archimedes 287 - 212 BC Imhotep 2650 - 2600 BC Alhazen 965 - 1039 AD Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions
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Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions Prof. Jennifer Curtis 2211 Lecturer Prof. Jennifer Curtis Office Hours G024 Molecular Science and Engineering Building (MoSE) Mondays 12-1pm S106 Howey Thursdays 4-5pm MoSE G024 Phone 404-894-8839 Email [email protected] 2211 must be in the subject line to receive response
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Course Administrator Dr. Ed Greco Office Hours Howey W206 To Be Announced Phone Office: (404) 385 – 3928 Cell: (404) 924 - 9148 Email [email protected] Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions
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Book Matter & Interactions I: Modern Mechanics, 3rd Ed. Online Homework: Webassign https://www.webassign.net/gatech /login.html Username: Your GT Account (e.g. "gth####", or "jdoe3") Institution: gatech Password: Your GT id # (e.g. 90#######) Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions
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By the end of the course, you will be able to Apply a small set of fundamental physical principles to a wide variety of physical situations. Use these principles to explain a wide variety of physical phenomena, including at a microscopic level. Use these principles to predict the behavior of a variety of physical systems. Create a 3D, animated computer model of a physical situation www.vpython.org Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions
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Three Fundamental Principles (Your Toolbox) Momentum Energy Angular Momentum Physics 2211: Matter and Interactions p = F net t E = W Q L A = net t
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T-square is used for https://t-square.gatech.edu Announcements Posting all Lecture Notes Test Preparation Practice problems Old Tests Class Participation (Attendance sheet) Solutions Practice problems Lab Quizzes Old Tests Physics 2211: T-Square Class Communication and Lectures
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Final grades will be calculated according to the following weights: Homework 5% Class Participation 6% - Attendance: 2% - Reading Assignments: 4% Lab 14% - Lab Work / Exercises: 7% - Lab Quizzes: 7%
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