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PHYS1102_REGULATIONS_SPRING_2012

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Regulations for Students Registered in Physics 1102 Spring 2012 Professor Lowell Wood, Laboratory Director, January 14, 2012 Web Site: http://www.uh.edu/~lwood 1. Students must attend the section for which they are officially registered and must have the prerequisites for PHYS1102. The prerequisite for PHYS1102 is credit for or concurrent enrollment in PHYS1302. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be asked to drop the course, or they will be dropped from the course. Students who do not attend the section for which they are officially registered will be dropped from the course. You may check your registration status at any time the University registration system is available. Check with Dr. Wood in Room 512B SR if you have any questions concerning prerequisites. 2. The laboratory is designed to accommodate 24 students. In general, no more than three students should work at any table. When unusual circumstances occur, the instructor may allow more than two students per table. Even in these situations, the number of students at each table should be equalized to the extent possible; i. e. , not 6 at one table and 3 at all others. 3. Accompanying each laboratory exercise is a homework exercise to be done before you come to the laboratory. These exercises are posted on the web site above and are due at the beginning of each laboratory.
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