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Unformatted text preview: Physics 2305, FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS I, Spring 2009 Instructor Dr. Yangsoo Kim, Office: 322E Robeson Hall E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 231-7410 Office Hours Mondays, Wednesdays: 09:00 am 2:15 pm, 4:00 PM-5:15 PM, exceptions announced, and by appointment. Textbook University Physics , 11 th or 12 th Edition, by Young and Freedman together with Mastering Physics . A new book comes with a Mastering Physics Students Access Code. If you purchased a used book, you should get a Student Access Code from www.masteringphysics.com . Lecture notes The Lecture notes will be on Blackboard . It is highly recommended that you download the lecture note into a separate folder of your computer or print out the slides before coming to class. Recitations In addition to the lectures, it is mandatory to attend your recitation section. These are mostly problem solving sessions where questions about homework and additional examples and problems will be discussed. Occasionally, class material will be also discussed. Homework will be assigned through MasteringPhysics (see below). The importance of your doing homework can hardly be overstated. Students are strongly encouraged to discuss problems and questions among themselves, but they are not to share solutions. What you submit must be your own work. You may use an idea gained from a discussion, but may not copy the written details. Evidence of copying could result in your appearance before the honor court! E-mails Nowadays, lots of students try to contact me using e-mails. Most of e-mails are welcome. However, since it is not easy to explain how to solve problems via e-mails, it is not recommended to ask homework questions in e-mails. You may use my office hours or common office hours where TAs are homework questions in e-mails....
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