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PHYS218Lab_Syllabus

PHYS218Lab_Syllabus - Lab Syllabus Purdue University...

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Lab Syllabus Purdue University - Physics 21800 Spring 2011 1 PHYSICS 21800 LAB SYLLABUS SPRING 2011 Faculty: Prof. Brian Todd – Room 68, [email protected] Textbook: College Physics – Reasoning and Relationships, Volume One , Nicholas Giordano, Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning, 2009. Lab Coordinator: Dr. Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki - Room 142, [email protected] Lab Manual: Physics 21800 Laboratory Manual , 2010/2011, Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki, Nicholas Giordano and Michael Zimmer, LAD Custom Publishing, 2010. Welcome to Physics 21800 laboratory. This semester, you will explore the fundamental concepts of mechanics by performing experiments, collecting data and analyzing your results. Labs meet in room PHYS 139 . Lab reports are due at the beginning of the next experiment. The exact schedule of experiments is located at the end of this lab syllabus. Always bring a calculator to the lab. Do NOT bring drinks or food to the lab! The help center for Physics 21800 is located in Room 11A of the Physics Building. The help center schedule is available at the following address: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/class/services/HC218220.pdf Additional information about the course can be found on the WWW at: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/phys218/ The Lab manual ( Physics 21800 Laboratory Manual, 2010/2011, Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki, Nicholas Giordano, and Michael Zimmer, LAD Custom Publishing, 2010) is available in local bookstores. Since room PHYS 139 is connected to the ITaP computer network, you need to have the (Purdue) career account to be able to run experiments! Students who completed Physics 21800 lab during Spring 2009 or later may claim the previous credit for the lab. The minimum requirement for the credit transfer is to have all
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Lab Syllabus Purdue University - Physics 21800 Spring 2011 2 experiments completed and have the number of points for the lab equal to at least 75% of the perfect score. Before coming to lab, you must answer all prelaboratory questions scheduled for that week . These questions are closely related to the activities and measurements you will do in lab. The prelaboratory questions typically require 20-30 minutes of effort. The prelaboratory questions are your individual work, so everyone is expected to complete them. The prelaboratory questions must be answered on-line (except of the first experiment M1 and all make-ups) using the Computerized Homework in Physics ( CHIP ). CHIP is accessible to any computer running popular web browser software (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari). Use your Purdue career account login and password to access CHIP.
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