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TUTOR & HOMEWORK SESSIONS for Physics 113 This year’s tutors: Chad McKell, Xinyi Guo All sessions will be in room Olin 103 Tutor sessions in past semesters were very successful and received high marks from students. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 4-6 pm Chad McKell 5-7 pm Chad McKell 5:15 – 7:15 pm Xinyi Guo 4-6 pm Chad McKell

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Announcements: Read preface of book for great hints on how to use the book to your best advantage!! Labs begin Jan. 29 (buy lab manual). Bring ThinkPads to first lab (and some subsequent labs)! Questions about WebAssign and class web page? My office hours: MTWHF 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm, Olin 302. Pay attention to demos (may pop up in exams). Keep homework work sheets, etc (to prepare for exams). Keep a good, well-organized notebook (ppt slides, notes, homework)
In this chapter we will learn about vectors. Ø properties, addition, components of vectors When you see a vector, think components! Multiplication of vectors will come in later chapters. Vectors have magnitude and direction . Chapter 3: Vectors Reading assignment: Current: Chapter 3 Homework: CQ1, CQ2, 3, 7, 11, 13, 18, 19, 24, 29, 30, 32, 41, AE1, AE4, AE5 Due dates: Tu/Th section : Monday, Jan. 31 MWF section : Wednesday, Feb. 2 CQ – Conceptual question, AF – active figure, AE – active example No need to turn in paper homework for problems that mention it.

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