Unformatted text preview: ction. The last week of class is
a make-up week: you can complete only one lab that week. There are
no labs during finals week.
Lab reports: Youʼll turn in lab reports at the end of each lab. You
donʼt need a lab notebook, but I recommend you use cross-ruled
engineering paper so you can make graphs. Begin each report with
your name and date of the lab. Subdivide the report into sections
corresponding to assigned sections in the lab manual, e.g. 9-1, 9-3.
Each circuit must have a neat, readable schematic in your report; see
Horowitz and Hill appendix E for information on what constitutes a
readable schematic. Record your calculations, make graphs and
sketches of oscilloscope traces as needed, and answer questions in the lab handouts and lab manual. Donʼt make the report
unnecessarily long: keep it short, concise but complete. Youʼll have to
turn in passing reports for all the labs to pass the course.
Lab practice (assessed by your TA): 20%
Lab reports: 40%
The project counts twice as much in your grade as one lab. Youʼll
need to receive passing grades on all your labs in order to p...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PHYSICS 335 taught by Professor Leslierosenberg during the Spring '11 term at University of Washington.
- Spring '11